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11 Best Glamping Spots in Washington for a Natural Getaway

by Brittany Varano

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Escape to the great outdoors without sacrificing the conveniences of home in one the top glamping rentals in Washington.

There’s no denying that Washington is an incredible travel destination for nature enthusiasts. In the Pacific Northwest along Canada’s border, the state has mountains, oceans, waterfalls, and even rainforests.

Washington also lays claim to three of the nation’s top national parks: the North Cascades, Olympic, and Mount Rainier, where millions of visitors come each year to hike, ski, and engaging in some good ol’ fashioned exploring. And if that weren’t enough, the state boasts over 100 state parks that cover miles and miles of pristine wilderness.

If you’re itching to get out and see these exciting attractions, what better way to immerse yourself in nature than with the comfort of one of these rad glamping spots? And no, you don’t need to be way out in the woods, as there are fantastic urban glamping sites in Seattle in case you want to see the city but stay in a glamping-like retreat.

While camping is fun and all, sometimes it’s nice to just relax without completely roughing it.

1. Olympic Tiny House

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Why you should stay: A hiker’s paradise disguised as a cozy tiny home on the border of Olympic National Park.

  • Location: Sequim
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $125/night

The Olympic tiny house is a four-season glamping experience in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains offering guests a fantastic home base for outdoor sports. Although small, this tiny home is furnished with two sleeping lofts, one of which has a queen while the other has two twins – so it’s one of the best glamping rentals in Washington for a small family.

This charming airbnb features attractive knotty pine surfaces, heated floors, and a front porch. It does not, however, have Wi-Fi, so plan to disconnect during your stay.

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2. The Eagle’s Perch

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Why you should stay: A rugged but modern treehouse with epic ocean views of the Strait of Juan De Fuca.

  • Location: Port Angeles
  • Sleeps: 3
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $242/night

The Eagles Perch is a beautiful treehouse where floor-to-ceiling windows and knotty pine walls envelope you in a feeling of rustic coziness. Sit back and relax on the balcony while mini propane fire pit burns, or cozy up next to the larger bonfire overlooking the water.

This little home also features an outdoor sink with running water, a sleeping loft with a queen bed, a kitchen nook, as well as a ground-level bathroom. Keep in mind that there are actually two treehouses here that share a wall; this rental is just for one of them. But you can rent the second — appropriately named “The Eagle’s Nest” – right here.

“Your surroundings are ideal for a quiet getaway, if you’re looking for a place to simply rest and enjoy a cup of coffee in the trees with ocean views you’ve found it.”

Jai, Puyallup, WA
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3. Hideaway Tent

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Why you should stay: A spacious, elevated tent with easy access to an indoor pool and hot tub.

  • Location: College Place
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $86/night

Take your camping trip to the next level in this Hideaway Tent near the Oregon border, complete with luxury amenities like an include an indoor pool and hot tub. This spacious 16-by-20-foot tent rocks a kitchen nook and full electricity, as well as a heater in the winter, and a cooler in the summer.

There is a separate private bathhouse just 25 feet from the tent that includes a shower and a flush toilet. In front of the tent is a little covered patio area for lounging in the fresh air. And the cute and quiet university town of College Place is just down the road for any shopping needs, as are plenty of nearby trailheads. Considering the starting price and the fact that it sleeps four, it’s one of the most value-priced glamping rentals in Washington state.

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4. Forest Yurt Nature Retreat

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Why you should stay: Sleep in a roomy yurt surrounded by conifer trees on Whidbey Island.

  • Location: Clinton (Whidbey Island)
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $98/night

Tucked away on a peaceful 24-acre farm stands a homey forest yurt. The elevated yurt has a lovely front porch area with a grill and Adirondack chairs, so it’s a great way to make your “escape into the woods” dreams of 2020 come true. Inside, a wood-burning stove provides ample warmth as you relax on the sofa or prep a light meal. Other amenities include an outdoor cedar sauna, a fire pit, and a plush king-sized bed.

You’ll have to take a quick ferry ride to get to Whidbey Island, and you’ll be so glad you did: the beautiful island has local wineries, organic farmer’s markets, and beaches galore, plus some pretty amazing whale watching.

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5. Mountain Airstream

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Why you should stay: A modern airstream camper close to Seattle and Snoqualmie Pass.

  • Location: North Bend
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $79/night

Located in a small town on the outskirts of Seattle, this mountain airstream will immerse you in nature near the foothills of the Cascades. You’ll have popular hiking trails like the Snoqualmie Valley Trail within easy access and be about 30 minutes from Seattle.

This shiny camper’s exterior is strung with lights that hang over Adirondack chairs and a small fire pit. Expect clean and classic decor insider, plus a full kitchen and bathroom with a shower. There’s also a private bedroom area complete with a queen bed and a Roku TV. It’s pet-friendly, so feel free to bring along a dog of your choice – but let the owners know in advance as there’s a reasonable $30 dog fee.

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6. Moroccan Wall Tent

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Why you should stay: Who could say no to hanging glass lanterns and colorful textiles?

  • Location: Greenbank (Whidbey Island)
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates start: $239/night

The Moroccan Wall Tent is a 14-by-16-foot canvas tent thats spacious, tall enough to walk in, and paneled with windows  it’s like a safari tent, but with a decidedly Moroccan twist. The tent features a covered patio area with a set of comfy chairs and a firepit. Inside, you’ll find a comfortable queen bed, a gas fireplace, and a plush sofa for lounging.

One of the reasons this is one of the more popular glamping rentals in Washington (aside from the sweet vibes) is that guests have access to the community glamping grounds where a tiki lounge, game tent, outdoor shower, and kitchen gazebo provide everything you could need for a good time. These community areas are located on Whidbey Island and shared with a second similar tent (listed below.) The price is the same year-round, so you won’t pay a premium to snag the best summer dates.

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7. Strawbale Cottage

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Why you should stay: An all-natural earthen home on an organic farm with stunning views of Mount Hood.

  • Location: White Salmon
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $50/night

The Strawbale Cottage is a pet-friendly, off-the-grid, and eco-conscious cottage for those who want to get up close and personal with nature. The home is built almost entirely with natural materials like wooden ceilings and lime-plaster walls, and even the linens are natural wool. Tall chalet-style windows allow both for sunshine to fill this two-bedroom home and for guests to look out on the region’s lush rolling hills.

The home has a separate but private composting toilet, a hot shower, and an open-air kitchen in a communal space shared with other units. Portland is about an hour and 15 minutes away, and the cute town of White Salmon on the Columbia River Gorge is much closer. And, bonus: this airbnb is dog-friendly with no extra fee. But if you’re not bringing a dog, you’re in luck: you’ll get $50 refunded.

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8. Urban Yurt

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Why you should stay: A homey yurt near Seattle well-loved by Territory Supply editors and glampers alike.

  • Location: Seattle
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $99/night

Make your trip to Seattle a memorable experience by staying in this colorful and unique urban yurt. It’s furnished with all of the modern conveniences you’d expect from Airbnb but with the added touch of a camping experience. Inside, enjoy an indoor fireplace, a TV, Wi-Fi, and a kitchenette. There’s a bathroom with a flushable toilet and a luxurious rain shower just for the tent’s use near the pool house.

The yurt has a private fenced-in yard with patio seating, a gazebo, a sauna, and a firepit for good times outdoors. When it’s time for bed, fall into the comfort of a soft queen bed.  It’s also next door to a “healing spa,” so if that’s your thing, swing by for a massage or other treatment.

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9. Guemes Island Tiny House

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Why you should stay: A tiny home with a spacious private yard on a quiet island in Padilla Bay.

  • Location: Anacortes
  • Sleeps: 3
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $99/night

This Guemes Island tiny house is a remote retreat on an island of about 650 residents in Padilla Bay. The property has a lofted sleeping space, a reading nook, and a fun outdoor area with a fire pit. It’s filled with homey touches, including local artwork, a stellar DVD collection, books, and board games.

“This is truly a hidden gem. If you want a get away, this is your place! The attention to detail made the place seem so warm.”

Lisa, North Charleston, SC
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10. Sir Cedric’s Cedar Treehouse

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Why you should stay: Medieval-inspired treehouse with unique amenities near a cool outdoorsy town.

  • Location: Ferndale
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $175/night

Sir Cedric’s Cedar Treehouse is a fairy-tale airbnb near the charming coastal town of Bellingham and incredible hikes around the Mount Baker area. This treehouse has three separate rooms; a kitchen, living room, and bedroom, all brimming with detailed craftsmanship.

A massive red cedar acts as the primary support for the home and even passes through the living spaces, creating a feeling of closeness with nature. Guests also appreciate the host’s thoughtful touches, the cozy deck, the whimsical open-air shower, and the stained-glass windows. Bellingham is an awesome town, but it’s especially well-known for great trail running and mountain biking.

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11. Romantic Wall Tent

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Why you should stay: Have a romantic safari tent glamping getaway on Whidbey Island.

  • Location: Greenbank
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $239/night

Escape to a rural island town and unwind in a romantic wall tent next to South Whidbey State Park. Guests must take a ferry ride to get to the island, but it’s worth it to experience the peace of the island’s main attractions, which include sprawling vineyards, incredible shoreline, and numerous state parks.

This canvas tent is a spacious 14-by-16-foot space complete with luxurious furnishings, rich velvet textiles, and a front porch. The surrounding glampsite comprises a three-acre property with a fire pit, bamboo shower, outdoor kitchen, tiki bar, and more. It’s on the same property as the Moroccan Wall tent, so it’s one of the best glamping rentals in Washington for two couples traveling together.

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