Want to go glamping in Kentucky? Welcome to the Bluegrass State, a southeastern state in the US well-known for its legendary Bourbon Trail, the world’s largest cave system, and the world-famous Kentucky Derby. Kentucky is also blessed with natural beauty and enchanting outdoor landscapes. From picturesque lakes and forests to majestic mountain ranges and rivers, Kentucky has it all!
Looking for accommodation in Kentucky? The Bluegrass State is home to countless glamping spots ranging from romantic treehouses and vintage airstream trailers to cute yurts and cabins. Of course, if you decide that glamping in Kentucky isn’t right for you, you might want to explore our pick of luxury cabins in Kentucky instead.
If you are a fan of a more glamorous type of camping, check out our list of the best ten glamping sites in Kentucky – perfect for some R&R after experiencing one of Kentucky’s best festivals!
Quick Breakdown of Glamping Sites in Kentucky
Before you scroll down and check out our full list, here is a quick breakdown of the best glamping sites in Kentucky split into different categories.
Best Glamping in Kentucky for Couples – Red River Gorge Glamper
Best Glamping in Kentucky for Families – The Grace Airstream
Best Glamping in Kentucky for Treehouse Lovers – Turtle Dome Treehouse
Best Luxury Glamping in Kentucky – Stunning Tree House Tucked Away Among the Trees
Top 10 Glamping Sites in Kentucky
Without further ado, here is our list of the bestten0 glamping sites in Kentucky. From yurts and treehouses to airstream trailers, this diverse list of unique glamping sites in Kentucky has got you covered.
1) Turtle Dome Treehouse Glamping
Price: $193+ per night
Dome Town isundoubtedlyt one of the finest glamping destinations in Campton, Kentucky. Located just a stone’s throw from the Red River Gorge Geological Area, this series of geodesic domes suspended in the trees is an ideal place to spend the weekend in nature. All domes are connected by suspension bridges and have shared bathrooms and cooking facilities.
Located lower on the hillside, Turtle Dome is one of the largest domes in this complex. It has its own private kitchenette and a comfortable queen size bed. Guests can relax in the hammock swing, enjoy numerous hiking trails, and unwind with a refreshing drink at the nearby Rock House Café.
Guest Review: “Our stay at the Turtle Dome was amazing! The location is central to many local restaurants, climbing spots, hiking trails, and attractions”.
2) Lakeway Loft Glamping
Location: New Concord
Price: $150+ per night
If you are looking for a picturesque place to stay in New Concord, book your stay at the legendary Lakeway Loft. This tiny home accommodates up to 4 people and has everything needed for a peaceful weekend getaway in Kentucky. You will find a small kitchenette equipped with a microwave, toaster, oven, and a refrigerator. The bathroom is nicely decorated and offers a sink and a toilet. Guests also have access to the outdoor picnic table, fire pit, and charcoal grill.
The owners, Whitney and Sydney, are super friendly and helpful, making sure that you have everything that you need during your stay. Want to hear more good news? Lakeway Loft has its own store where you can purchase everything from lake essentials to souvenirs. They even have a café that offers freshly made cinnamon rolls, muffins, pizza, and hand-dipped ice cream.
Guest Review: “What a beautiful and relaxing find, from the minute we arrived everything was beyond expectation. We enjoyed our first night in the hammocks by the water watching the sunset.”
3) Plush Yome Glamping Tucked in the Woods
Price: $115+ per night
Glamping in Kentucky can be a memorable experience, especially if you are staying at the Plush Yome in Monticello. With easy access to a lake and numerous hiking trails, Super Bon Bon is located just a short walk from the Community Shelter. The property offers a perfect balance of camping and comfort.
There is a queen and a bunk bed, a vintage chaise lounge, lamps, tables and chairs, and a coffee maker. Outside, you will find a picnic table with chairs and a fire pit where you can prepare tasty BBQ delicacies. Keep in mind there is no running water at the property, but the owners provide a 5-gallon jug with a dispenser for guests. It’s a great place to disconnect from the modern world and enjoy the sounds of nature.
Guest Review: “This yome was the perfect balance of camping and comfort! We had everything we could have asked for (a fan, coffee pot, fresh water, firewood, and chairs) but still felt like we were alone in the woods.”
4) The Grace Airstream Glamping
Price: $191+ per night
With a 4.96 rating (from like 200+ reviews) on Airbnb, the Grace Airstream is definitely one of the best glamping sites in Louisville, Kentucky. This beautifully refinished and refurbished vintage Airstream trailer is situated at Progress Park and accommodates six people. Progress Park is a great place to stay for people who love the great outdoors and glamping. It has four beaches stocked with canoes, kayaks, and paddleboards. Guests will also get a map of the entire property.
The 1974 Airstream Sovereign Land Yacht itself looks absolutely amazing. Expect to find an inviting and Instagram-worthy interior with a bunch of hipster designs like reclaimed wood details and custom artwork. The Grace is fitted with everything from a full kitchen with concrete countertops to a dinette table with reclaimed wood. Guests can look forward to enjoying their morning coffee in the hammock, going fishing, hiking, and swimming, or visiting tourist attractions such as Churchill Downs, Louisville Slugger Museum, and the Urban Bourbon Trail.
Guest Review: “Incredible experience and highly recommended for a friends/family getaway. Very clean and the ownership is tremendous. They go above and beyond to make sure you enjoy your stay”.
5) Whimsical “Glamping” Cabin Getaway
Price: $115+ per night
If you are searching for a glamping site in Grayson Kentucky, for the entire family, look no further than this charming cabin that sleeps up to 5 guests. Rough River Lake will be right at your doorstep, and you will have access to a stocked pond where you can enjoy fishing for catfish, blue gill, and bass in the mornings. The famous Mammoth Caves are just a short drive away from the property.
The cabin offers a living area and a sleeping cabin. If you are traveling with kids, you will be pleased to hear that the property is equipped with toys, a basketball hoop, a cornhole, and a foosball table. Outside, guests will find a fire pit and a patio area with tables for dining.
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Guest Review: “The cabin was perfect and looked exactly as advertised, with plenty of room and privacy. The property was well maintained and had all the comforts you would expect for a “Glamping” site.”
6) Stunning Tree House Tucked Away Among the Trees
Price: $344 + per night
You will find this magnificent treehouse on the outskirts of Germantown in Kentucky. With private access to200 acress of themed trails, this place is a perfect place to stay for all you hikers out there. Guests love the newish Jacob’s Ladders but also say that the cute hobbit trail is great for kids who wish to discover small hobbit houses.
The treehouse rental itself has one main bedroom that is furnished with a king bed. There is also a second bedroom with a full-sized mattress. However, the living room is what really makes this place so special. With a picturesque bar table, a nicely decorated kitchenette, and a large sofa, this living room looks like something you would see in a travel magazine. Outside, there is a balcony suspended in the treetops. Guests also have access to a cozy fire pit and a charcoal barbecue. We should also mention how there is cell phone reception here, but there is no running water to the tree house. The good news is that guests can use the three-gallon tank of water that is located inside the kitchenette.
Guest Review: “Cannot say enough good things about our stay at this treehouse! It is truly a unique place surrounded by plenty to do in the beautiful rolling hills of Kentucky.”
7) Red River Gorge Glamper
Price: Frenchburg, Kentucky
This unique glamping tent in Frenchburg will leave you breathless. A large 12×16 elevated safari-style glamping tent with a private camp toilet, hot water shower, and electricity is all you need for an unforgettable glamping trip in Kentucky. The Red River is just a 2-minute walk away where you can enjoy kayaking and other water activities.
Inside the tent, you will find a fridge, microwave, coffee maker, ceiling lights, queen bed with mosquito net, and fresh, clean towels. Once you step outside, expect to find a covered porch with two chairs, a picnic table, a charcoal grill, and a fire pit with a cooking grate. The Red River Gorge Glamper is probably the best glamping site on this list for couples on vacation in Kentucky.
Guest Review: “The tent has electricity and a big deck, as well as a private restroom situation with hot water and a shower just a few yards from the tent. When you decide to venture away from your glamping site, you’ll be able to quickly make your way to the river and hiking trails.”
8) Renovated Camper turned Tiny House
Location: Valley Station
Price: $121+ per night
This beautiful 200-square home on wheels used to be a rundown camper. Fortunately, the owners decided to do some renovation and built a lovely camper out of recycled materials. Located just a short drive from Louisville, the Camper sits on 15 acres of land and can accommodate three guests.
You can enjoy a drink on a large outdoor deck, prepare food in the kitchenette, and even bring your dog along. Guests will be delighted to hear that tourist attractions such as Kentucky Kingdom, Riverside Farnsley-Moremen Landing, and The Waverly Hills Sanatorium are just a short drive away.
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Guest Review: “Cute clamping spot with our dog.”
9) The “Boho” Glamp Wagon
Price: $100+ per night
Welcome to Boho in Stanton, Kentucky. This pretty little glamping canvas tent is a perfect place for a weekend getaway in Kentucky. With easy access totrailheadss, kayaking, and restaurants, amazing river views, and a comfy porch, the property is spectacular in every way.
Inside, you will find a queen-size bed with pillows, a fridge, custom lighting, electricity, and air conditioning/heating. Whether you wish to sit on the porch and enjoy mesmerizing lake views, go kayaking, or spend a day hiking, there is plenty to look forward to when staying at this glamp wagon.
Guest Review: “This was just about exactly like it showed in the listing. It was a cute and comfy little canvas-over frame structure on a large flatbed trailer with wheels. The little porch with table and chairs was nice to sit on in the evening and have dinner.”
10) HomeGrown Hideaways Glamping
Last on our list of the best glamping sites in Kentucky is a farm and a campground where you can choose from different accommodation options. It’s all about glamping here at this hundred-acre site, and guests can choose to stay in airstreams, yurts, tipis, tiny houses, and everything in between. This place blends luxury with nature!
You can stay in Abi’s Arboreal Abode & Hammock Haven, a lovely 15’ yurt nestled like a bird-nest 10 feet from the ground. Maybe spend a night in the Nook, a secluded glassed-in porch with neither electricity nor water. Couples on vacation particularly like the Treetop Flyer, a cute one-room treehouse with a wrap-around porch and a loft.
Guest Review: “I cannot recommend staying at HomeGrown Hideways enough! If I could give them 100+ stars, I would! Jessa & Nathan are absolutely the best & the farm is no less than magical! I am already planning my next getaway there”
Am I Missing Any Kentucky Glamping Sites?
If you know of any other incredible places for Glamping in Kentucky, please do reach out so I can keep this guide as up to date as possible!
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