New England Glamping
Looking for the best glamping sites in New England? Thoreau may have had his cabin at Walden pond, but we’ve got yours in a variety of great locations — from the Catskills to Katahdin. Hipcamp’s New England Read more...
New England Glamping
Looking for the best glamping sites in New England? Thoreau may have had his cabin at Walden pond, but we’ve got yours in a variety of great locations — from the Catskills to Katahdin. Hipcamp’s New England glamping options include all types of structures — from treehouses to yurts to an 18th century farmhouse. Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway, a basecamp for some much-needed self care or a comfortable way to introduce the kids to the outdoors, Hipcamp’s glampsites will bring you to a place to get some fresh, crisp, piney New England air.
Despite its centuries of settlement, New England’s countryside remains surprisingly wild, rugged and diverse, with regions that still hold a mystery and a “local” feel. New England’s treasures include the Ithaca Gorge and Mt. Washington, Bish Bash Waterfall, and the Thunder Hole. The Appalachian trail reaches its terminus in New England and makes for a superb day hike wherever you can hop on. Regional hot spots for rock climbing, kayaking and mountain biking abound.
The Atlantic Coast is a spectacular glamping destination, dotted with parks and beaches from New Haven to Bar Harbor. Here, Acadia National Park rises from the cold, choppy sea. The pink granite cliffs of this rugged park should be on every New Englander’s bucket-list. And did we mention fresh fish, lobster, and clams at every dock?
Or you can leave the city below and head to one of New England’s mountain ranges. Upstate New York has the Catskills and the Adirondacks. Vermont its namesake Green Mountains. And for the hearty alpinist, New Hampshire and Maine have the White Mountains. These mountain ranges provide beautiful hiking in the summer, the best fall foliage vistas in autumn, and excellent skiing and snowshoeing in the winter.
Intermingled throughout New England are numerous rivers, waterfalls, swimming holes, and farms. Whether you’re coming from Boston, Providence or Burlington, there’s always a remarkable glamping or camping getaway close by.
And don’t forget — no matter what your destination, New England’s historic countryside has some of the best growing regions in the US. For foodies, this means three seasons of farm-hopping for fresh tomatoes, mushrooms, blueberries, apples, and root veggies. Vermont has exceptional cheese makers, maple syrup, and craft beers. Wineries and distillers are prolific in the Hudson River Valley and Atlantic Coast. And we would never drive past a New England bakery without bangin' a U-ey for a scone or an apple cider donut.
Ready to book? Below are our favorite glampsites to retreat, reset and rejuvenate in New England’s nature.