Are you looking for the top Glamping New York destinations!? Well, you’ve come to the right place, as there are a ton of breathtaking, unique and fun options in the state and this guide showcases the best of the best!
Home to the powerful Niagara Falls, buzzing Manhattan, impressive mountain ranges, and some of the best festivals in the USA. It’s easy to get distracted by the allure of New York City, but the entire state is spectacular and diverse and has so much to offer.
Glamping in New York is an epic way to discover the natural wonders of the beautiful area. And the best part? You don’t need to ‘rough it’ in order to have a wild and wonderful experience.
Whether you’re seeking a romantic getaway in the woods, a hiking trip in the mountains or a beach getaway – New York has it all. And I’m here to help you choose the best ‘glampsite’ for it.
Quick Breakdown of Glamping in New York
If you’re in a hurry, check out these top 5 glamping places! There are tons more in the article, but here are just a few of our top picks for NY Glamping!
- Overall Best New York Glamping Site – Willow Treehouse – secluded, unique, romantic
- Best Unique Glamping in New York – The Glass House: A Hudson Valley Tiny Home Escape
- Best Glamping in New York City – Collective Retreats
- Best Catskills, NY Glamping – Geo Dome on Farm Upstate Catskills
- Best Glamping in New York for Hikers – Scenic Hiking Paradise! Relaxing Glamping Tent!!
Throughout this post, you’ll also find plenty of awesome and inspiring videos to get you revved up for your upcoming trip. Don’t forget to give them a watch for top travel tips about New York!
Top 17 Destinations for New York Glamping
There are so many wonderful, unique, luxurious, and quirky glamping spots in the stunning state of New York. Check out the top 17 places to have the perfect getaway.
1) The Glass House: A Hudson Valley Tiny Home Escape
“The World’s Most Beautiful Tiny House”
Location: Hudson Valley, Marlboro
Price: $259+ USD per night
Referred to as an ‘off-grid oasis’ by the Today Show, this spectacular tiny glasshouse is exactly that. Imagine lying in a cozy double bed, with 360-degree views of vineyards, orchards in the morning and a starry sky just before you fall asleep.
Packed into 180 square feet is everything you need. Choose to whip up a meal in the loaded kitchen or slap a steak on the grill on the fire pit outside. Don’t be surprised to see deer, coyotes, and a flourish of amazing birds while you make the morning coffee.
This cabin is fully off-grid, with solar paneling, a dry-flush toilet, and a propane heating/cooling system. But there’s still an excellent wifi connection to send off stunning holiday images to family members. It’s a fantastic place for glamping near NYC, and one of the most popular Glamping Airbnb New York listings!
2) An Adirondack Tree House Retreat
Location: Middle Grove
Price: $225+ USD per night
Hidden amongst the forest is this fairytale treehouse, the perfect spot to reconnect with nature in true glamping style. Tucked away in private woods at the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, it is a rustic retreat ideal for a romantic getaway.
The outdoor kitchen equipped with everything you need, including a charcoal grill and fire pit, offers an authentic camping experience.
Outside the ‘bedroom’ is a covered porch, a tranquil spot to read a book with a cup of coffee in the morning or to enjoy some sunset drinks.
While treehouses aren’t known for their plumbing, a full bathroom is just a winding staircase and a couple of steps away. This unique place is a fun option for glamping in Adirondacks.
3) Geo Dome on Farm Upstate Catskills
Location: Outliers Inn, Woodridge
Price: $350+ USD per night
Sitting on a 12-acre property in the mountains is an amazing Catskills glamping experience. The geodome, with its wooden floors and minimalist design, is New York apartment chic meets wild retreat.
The dome’s design is spectacular, with a comfortable double bed facing uninterrupted views of the beautiful woods. It has a lovely snow globe effect, keeping guests close to nature but not so close that you’ll have unwanted creepy crawlies bothering you.
You can finish off your day of ultimate relaxation with a soak in the clawfoot tub in the outdoor bathroom. Roast marshmallows over the large fire pit or whip up some dinner in the outdoor kitchen.
4) NY Glamping With a Gorgeous View
Price: $110+ USD per night
Camping doesn’t need to entail waking up on a deflated blow-up mattress in a windswept tent. This canvas tent on a raised platform with an epic view of the pristine surrounds offers luxury camping in NY.
The tent is bright and cozy without being overstated and as the sole guest space on the working farm, it’s peaceful and secluded. The comfy double bed and sleeper couch is ideal for a couple or up to four guests. Families will love gathering around the fire pit in the evenings or relaxing on the porch.
The outdoor kitchen and bathroom form a sweet little farm stay compound with everything you need for a glamping getaway. There is no wifi or electricity in the tent, but there are plug points in the bathhouse to charge devices. This really enhances the opportunity to disconnect and be present in nature.
5) Hudson Highlands Base Camp
Location: Cold Spring
Price: $180+ USD per night
Who doesn’t want to relive a childhood dream and stay in a vintage Airstream in the middle of ‘nowhere’? Hikers will especially love the amazing location of this unique accommodation in the Hudson Highlands.
The authentic campervan, with almost entirely original fittings, is a journey back in time. The only new feature is the extremely comfortable double bed, which you’ll find difficult to drag yourself out of after a day of adventures. With all the creature comforts in a quirky old-fashioned style, this is a seriously fun glamping experience.
It’s an amazing option for families, and the kids will love the novelty of the charming motorhome. Laze in a hammock strung between trees or in cozy deck chairs around a fire.
6) Cozy, Private Yurt on 27 acre Horse Farm w Hot Tub
Price: $159 USD per night
Becoming more and more popular at glampsites are circular, fully-loaded yurts. This one, located on a horse farm in the Hudson Valley, is 700 square feet of comfort. If you’re seeking that nostalgic camping feeling but wish you could bring your house with you – this is the perfect place.
The interior of the circular tent has every feature of a modern home. A bedroom with a huge bed, a living room, bathroom, and kitchen.
The gas fireplace keeps it toasty and inviting in the winter months. And for those blissful summer evenings, there’s nothing like grilling a steak on the barbecue on the deck and then moving to the nearby fire pit to make S’mores.
Families will have fun making homemade pizzas in the wood-fired oven and couples will love the outdoor hot tub.
7) Waterfall Campsite – 40 Acres w/ Waterfalls
Price: $250+ USD per night
This incredible tent on stilts is nestled among towering trees with unparalleled surroundings and a palpable sense of serenity. Sitting on the deck in the morning and gazing out into the woods is a fantastic way to start the day.
After a night in the luxurious queen-size memory foam bed, you’ll be ready and roaring for an adventure to the three waterfalls on the property. After a day of exploration, the covered outdoor kitchen and fire pit are the perfect places to rustle up a hearty meal.
The tents are hidden away, offering a lot of privacy and guests must be 21 years and older. This ensures a quiet and tranquil stay. While kids aren’t allowed, dogs are welcome so don’t hesitate to bring your puppy pal along.
8) Scenic Hiking Paradise! Relaxing Glamping Tent!!
Price: $90+ USD per night
Perched atop the Shawangunk Mountain Ridge is this no-frills campsite. You won’t find Egyptian cotton sheets here, but you will wake up to birds singing and 1600 acres of magical landscape to explore.
Outdoor enthusiasts and adventure seekers who are on the hunt for epic hiking trails and rock climbing will revel in this spot. The bell tent is equipped with everything you need, favoring necessity over opulence.
String lights twinkling in the trees show the way to the tent which has a propane heater to keep it cozy for winter glamping New York! There is even wifi and a portable power bank so that you can stay connected.
9) Willow Treehouse – Secluded, Unique & Romantic
Price: $350+ USD per night
This is not your average treehouse built by dad in the backyard. It is a piece of architectural art, offering a completely immersive experience from every spot.
Completely secluded in a clearing in the woods and overlooking a large pond, the treehouse is something out of a dream. When you’re not cooling down in the pond, or reading a book in the loft bed with views from every angle, you can hang out in the hot tub next to the pond. There is no TV, but rather a couch facing a large window with unbelievable views. You risk turning into a couch potato here.
The stylish interior and fully-loaded kitchen perfectly complement the angular design of the cabin. With large windows allowing light and offering beautiful views, you won’t want to leave.
This is an unbeatable spot for a romantic getaway or a solo retreat.
10) Yurt Rental on 80 private acres
Price: $100+ USD per night
Another yurt makes the list because, well, yurts are awesome. They’re functional, warm and provide the best opportunity to brave the wild, without the ‘brave’ part. It’s essentially a little home squeezed into a 16-foot circle which is pretty awesome.
Sitting on 80 acres of blissful forest and fields, this is the perfect base from which to have a fun-filled glamping holiday jam-packed with outdoor activities.
The yurt has more than enough space for a couple of people to bunk down in the queen bed, futon and single bed. Once guests have whipped up some dinner in the kitchen, they can enjoy it on the picnic table on the deck.
11) Glamping – Fire Island – Watch Hill
Price: $129+ USD per night
Beach camping is romantic, fun, and the perfect vacation. But sandy tents and no respite from the sun definitely isn’t. This glamp-spot is the best of both worlds – the adventure that camping on the beach offers, and the comfort that you’d expect from a B&B.
The tents are on raised platforms, brilliant for avoiding sandy beds, and sit just behind the majestic dunes. So you’re only a short walk from the beach. Groups of up to six people can share a tent with two queen-sized beds and additional camping cots if needed.
After a day enjoying the coast, you can sip a cold drink from the cooler on your covered porch. While there’s no kitchen, the charcoal grill is ideal for a fireside meal.
12) Entire Glamping Site: 2 Tents/Dining Gazebo/more
Price: $396+ USD per night
Looking for a hassle-free family glamping-trip or a weekend away with friends? Look no further. This fully-equipped site on top of Ohayo Mountain is a natural wonderland of meandering streams, mystical forests, and scenic meadows.
Expect carpeted floors, cloud-like queen size beds, and beautiful personal touches throughout the two luxury tents. Take a moment to relax on your private porch or meet up with the rest of your party in the outdoor kitchen or fully-equipped dining gazebo.
Once you’ve shared a BBQ dinner, your group can settle around a bonfire and marvel at the stunning starry sky.
13) Stargazer Upstate NY glamping at Gatherwild Ranch
Price: $175+ USD per night
This stunning ranch in the rolling hills of the Hudson Valley is a glamping haven. There are a number of unique accommodation options ranging from tipi tents to repurposed vans.
A beautiful bell tent is a popular option for its simple luxury and undeniable comfort. On the colder evenings, you can snuggle up on the queen-sized bed draped in sheepskins. Its east-facing position means you can enjoy mesmerizing sunrises from bed or the private porch.
The minimal design and soft-glowing solar lights are incredibly inviting and add to the majestic atmosphere. The back-to-basics composting toilets and solar shower are eco-friendly and function well. You can meet like-minded vacationers in the outdoor kitchen or grab some privacy around your fire pit.
14) Scottland Yard Farm- Wisteria- Glamping Tent
Price: $143 USD per night
Only 15 minutes by car from Ithaca and gorgeous gorges and wineries you’ll find the picture-perfect wisteria tent. This is the smallest glamp option on the farm and is a fantastic hideout for two people.
It is a very homely tent with a sumptuous double bed and a small kitchenette with a fridge and coffee/tea appliances. If cuddling up with your loved one doesn’t keep you warm on the chilly nights, the electric blanket certainly will.
Sitting on the private deck below dripping greenery is lovely. But if you’re seeking a dip in the pool or some socializing, there are a number of public spaces, including an outdoor kitchen and bistro.
15) Blue Hills Farm Glamping Tent w/private Bathroom
Price: $199+ USD per night
Tucked into the heart of the Upper Delaware River Valley is Blue Hills Farm. And nestled in the picturesque farm is a single standing tent promising a tranquil and relaxing stay. Although, calling it a tent seems hyperbolic as it’s more reminiscent of a grand hotel suite.
The wooden floors throughout, the charming seating area and the hallway connecting the bathroom and a bedroom might just be the most non-camping camping experience you can have.
You’ll love the sound of birds singing as you wake up and the merry bullfrog residents of the pond.
16) Seneca Sol Safari Tent – Maple (Queen Bed)
Price: $175+ USD per night
Seneca Sol is a brand new glampground with a couple of awesome accommodation options. You can choose between a tipi or a safari tent, hidden in a beautiful forest.
This ambient safari tent, with soft lighting and a seductive queen bed, is the ultimate place to rest your head. And you’ll want to get a good night’s sleep because this NY glamping experience includes a bunch of awesome activities such as wine tours and hiking.
There’s an outdoor kitchen, but the complimentary breakfast on your private balcony will give you the kickstart for your day. Expect to be looked after, and not worry about anything but relaxing.
17) Collective Retreats
Location: Governors Island, New York City
Price: $175+ USD per night
I bet you never thought that you would go glamping in NYC. But just an 8-minute ferry ride from Manhattan is the amazing Collective Retreat.
The accommodation options at the retreat are described as ‘Instagram-worthy’, but truly they’re even more spectacular than that. You can choose between rustic glamorous tents or full-on luxury tents. Whichever you choose, you’ll be astounded by the level of detail and care in each tent.
Find a little slice of solitude in all the buzz of the city. Enjoy complimentary yoga and meditation sessions, outdoor movie nights, or a sunset cocktail at the bar.
Am I Missing Any Glamping NY Spots?
Let me know about any incredible glamping spots that you’ve visited that aren’t in this post. I’m always on the lookout for some local knowledge and will do my best to fit them in.
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Final Thoughts on Glamping in NY
Glamping is definitely the way to take your adventure to the next level and have a completely unique experience. Why stay in a hotel when you can choose a lavish yurt or vintage motorhome? Staying in one of these awesome glamp sites is an experience in itself and definitely the best way to enjoy upstate New York.