For those who love getting back into nature, but also don't want to live without a comfy bed and coffee maker, glamping is the way to go. Thankfully, there are 17 amazing locations on Airbnb where you can make your glamping dreams a reality while still getting that overall "camping" experience.
At $66/night, you'll feel like you're living in the trees.
Staying tucked away in Oregon for $66/night, you'll be able to stay on a pond filled with wildlife, and take advantage of your own private fire bit and yoga deck.
This tent in PA has more of the "camping" essentials, like only a tent and campfire. But, with gorgeous views, this glamping spot is worth the $99/night.
This actual treehouse has an organic mattress, BBQ grill, small kitchen, and more, and for $175/night, you can make your childhood memories a reality.
In this location, you'll be glamping, quite literally, inside nature. The huts are built into the hills and cost $325/night.
More than just an RV, this glamping spot for $68/night places you in a cool bus in the middle of the forest so you can get back to nature.
At $184/night, this gorgeous glamping spot in WA is run by solar power, so you can stay eco-friendly while basking in nature.
This tent, for just $112/night, goes back to the basics of camping - with a few extra glam options (like a grilling station and comfy bed).
Without wifi and and electricity, this glamping location is totally off the grid. If you're looking to get peace and tranquility, this tent, for $129/night, is the way to go.
More than just a camper, this place is a classic airstream trailer with a pool, outdoor eating area, and stunning scenery, and costs $124/night.
For $175/night, this yurt is in the perfect location for all four seasons, and has breathtaking views.
For $145/night, you can stay in this luxury glamping spot on a farm.
Unlike the other spots, this location provides a minimal amount of amenities for $98/night.
Priced at $65/night, this glamping spot features a view of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
This tent is in the heart of the Alaskan forest, and costs roughly $149/night.
For $164/night, you can stay in this tent that is placed on 10 acres of private land.
This glamping place, for $145/night, is on a beach instead of in the woods, which makes for a great place for sandy hikes.
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