12 Unique Spots for Glamping in Washington State!

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Glamping Washington State

12 Unique Spots for Glamping in Washington State!

If you like the idea of camping but want heat, a bed to sleep in, and other luxuries, then glamping might be just the thing for you. Fortunately, we have several great spots to go glamping in Washington State. Although we have some wonderful options, they do not always show up in more traditional travel searches, like when you are using a travel booking site for instance. But do not fret, we have compiled a big list of some great spots to go glamping in Washington.

On our list, you will find something to offer everyone, from being out in the woods to doing something closer to the city with lots of amenities. We picked a number of different options, from family-friendly to remote, to ones that sit on a casino property. Pricing will run the gamut from more rustic, to luxury options as well. Inspiring all kinds of glamping options was our goal here. Now on to some of our favorite resort picks for glamping in Washington and Oregon here.

For this list we have kept it focussed on luxury yurts and canvas tent options. If you are looking for ideas that include cabins and tiny houses, check out this list about where to find those in the Northwest too.

The Best Glamping in Washington Ideas Include:

Note that some glamping tents only sleep two. We have added a note when they are family-friendly, for places that have options to sleep more than two people. 

Here are some fun options for yurts and canvas tent options in Washington, that will provide you the glamping experience, amenities, and most importantly no setup or take down!

Millersylvania Glamping Huts

Pampered Wilderness at Millersyvania Park

Update – they currently have a special on Groupon for just $196 a night, which includes s’mores popcorn kits too!

Location – Olympia, Wa.

Price Range – $244.50 per night for 2 adults, $25 extra per person after that. Note that we have seen these guys on Groupon in the past, so keep an eye out for deals there.

Family Friendly? Yes, it can be – but it will cost you more. You are only allowed 2 extra guests per tent, and you will need to pay $25 pp. They will provide a cot, foam mattress, fleece sleeping bag, and a standard pillow for each paid guest.

Open seasonally from April 1st to October.

My mom and her sister have made many weekend trips out here in the summers over the years. It was their go-to glamping spot and they always enjoyed it. That is a picture of one of the tents they stayed in over the years. This spot offers some nice luxury and is not located too far from the Seattle area for a shorter drive. They are located in the Millersylvania State Park, so you will need a Discovery Pass to visit too (you can get one upon arrival if you do not already have one).

There is plenty to do onsite (like hikes, renting Kayaks, and more). The town of Tenino is also nearby if you want to try out a new restaurant or do a wine tasting. If you are visiting during the summer, the Tenino Rock Quarry Pool is one of my kid’s favorite swimming holes!

View from Glamping Cottages overlooking Neva Lake

Lakedale Resort – Great Family option on the San Juan Islands

Location – San Juan Islands, Wa. on Friday Harbor.

Price Range – Starts at around $189/nt for glamping options.

Family Friendly? Yes, they offer options here that will work for many families. They even have a duplex canvas cabin that is ideal for two families vacationing together, or a bunk canvas cabin too.

This spot is great for families, as there is so much to do right on-site with the kids. Jen’s family stayed in this canvas tent one year, and she shares her full review of the Lakesdale resort here, for more in-depth ideas. They offer both the Canvas Glamping Tents, Yurts, and more options here. There are also quite a few amenities on-site, making it a really ideal option for families.

Orcas Island Glamping

The San Juan Islands have more than one option too. A couple more locations you may want to check out on the San Juan Islands include”

  • West Beach Resort on Orcas Island – these guys offer 3 different view options, and one of those is an ocean view! We found rates starting as low as $119/nt here (but they can double in price too depending on dates) for non-view tents. They do offer pack-and-plays for an extra charge as well.
  • Moran State Park (bring your own bedding and a 3-night minimum stay is required here). These are walk-in sites (no driving up to your tent here). There are 2 ppl tents and ones that sleep 4 people. We found rates starting at $179.99 a night.

Mosquatch Resorts Canvas Tents

Location – Forks, Wa.

Price Range – Starts at $195/nt

Family Friendly? Yes, they have tent sizes that will accommodate some families.

This spot is in the Forks area, and we get many requests about where to stay here so I thought this one may be of interest to many. This spot is more remote and will provide a more rustic experience (it says the tents do not have power). The Mossquatch Resort property features covered outdoor cooking and eating areas, onsite showers and restrooms, guest-only walking trails, a play area, and a private, peaceful creek.

Methow Tents 

Location – Methow Valley, Wa.

Price Range – $75/nt for the Canvas Tents & $145/nt for the Rolling Huts. Canvas tents come with 2 cots, and it is $5 for each extra one.

Family Friendly? Yes, but you will need to bring your own bedding here.

These canvas tents are the most rustic options we share, but they also have rolling huts on site if you want something a little bit more. You will need to bring your own bedding, and they also provide cots, not real beds, but this spot is also the most affordable option as well, so it may fit the bill for some of you. The Methow Valley is beautiful in the summer too. We share lots of things to do in Winthrop which is nearby as well.

Angel of the Winds Luxury Yurts

Location -Arlington, Wa.

Price Range – from $150/nt

Family Friendly? Yes, their yurts sleep 4 with a queen bed and queen-size pull-out couch.

Angel of the Winds is just opening their new RV park, and 8 luxury yurts are part of this. That means they will be brand new. Plus, the park offers some fun amenities. This is the spot to pick if you want the glamping experience, but also want restaurants and entertainment in walking distance to you. The new RV Resort will have a pool you will have access to the workout room, and more, all separate from the Casino.

And then the casino has more fun, like an events center, bowling, VR, great restaurants, and more. If you are one who wants to experience glamping, but not be out in the woods, this is a great option for you.

Sagecliff Luxury Resort & Spa (Formally Cave B)

Location – Quincy, Wa.

Price Range – $199/nt

Family Friendly? Yes, they do offer Yurts with 2 Queen Beds that allow 2 children. While the setting here is geared toward adults, I would bring my kids in a heartbeat.

I have some girlfriends who stayed here on a girl’s trip, and they loved this spot. It used to be Cave B, but they sold the resort part of it and that is now Sagecliff Luxury Resort. You can still walk to the Cave B Winery, and access many of the beautiful amenities on this resort property. They have also added pickleball courts, a seasonal cliffside infinity pool, a whisky bar, and more.

These are luxury yurts, and one really special feature is that you can enjoy star gazing through the roof sky-dome. These also come with private baths, and you can book a vineyard or river gorge view to boot. 

The thing I really love about this one is that you can experience an upper-scale resort, but at much more affordable rates if you choose to stay in one of the yurts. Although I would definitely visit with my kids (they are teens now), I do think this spot lends itself especially well to couples getaways and girls’ getaways.

Tahuya Adventure Resort

Tahuya Adventure Resort

Location – Belfair, Wa.

Price Range – start at $200 a night.

Family Friendly? Yes, some of the tents even offer bunk beds.

This spot is 15 minutes away from Belfair, nestled on 40 acres in the Tahuya State Forest. It has miles of trails for off-road vehicles, so if that is your thing, this is your spot. There is also plenty of outdoor trails and beautiful spots to explore throughout the Tahuya State Forest. For those of you who want to make it part of a road trip, we share lots of ideas on what to do and where to go in our Kitsap Peninsula Road Trip Itinerary here.

Pacific Dunes Resort

Location – Copalis Beach, Wa.

Price Range – starts at around $300 a night.

Family Friendly? Yes, they offer options here that will work for many families.

This spot is located in Copalis Beach and offers some affordable options. Couples glamping tents start at as low as $85 and family tents start at as low as $95! During the warmer months, you will see those prices move to around $300+ a night thought. They even offer options for you to “Bring your pitch tent and toss your kiddos in the side yard so hard-working parents can relax with some arms-length privacy”!

Cave Creek Farms 

Location – Trout Lake, Wa.

Price Range – This one varies. Rates start at as low as $75 on Air BnB, but they have some extra fees added, so the rate will depend on how many days you stay.

Family Friendly? Yes, they offer options here that will work for many families.

If you want a farm stay, check out the canvas tents at Cave Creek Farms. You can book farm tour adventures and more here. Enjoy wood-fired hot tub under the stars, in these canvas tents set along the creek.

Skamania Lodge Glamping

Skamania Lodge Resorts

Location – Skamania, Wa.

Price Range – rates here can go from $500 and upward.

Family Friendly? Yes. There are lots of family-friendly activities here including

This spot is by far the most expensive but is a wonderful mix of enjoying the outdoors with plenty of comforts and amenities of staying at a resort. It is located 45 minutes from Portland and a few hours from the Seattle area. The canvas tent village sits next to the Treetop cabins, and you will have access to the resort amenities too, like

  • *Indoor Swimming Pool & Indoor/Outdoor Hot Tubs
  • *Outdoor Fire Pits to enjoy (we loved doing smores at the fire pits)
  • *Three beautiful trails around the property
  • *Tennis, basketball & volleyball courts
  • *Fitness center with 2 Peloton bikes
  • *Zipline & aerial adventure park on site (extra cost)

And if you are looking for something more affordable or rustic, we have a big round-up of affordable camping spots in Washington to check out too!

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