Head inland to find glamping experiences in the San Diego area.
A glamping getaway near San Diego allows you to explore some of the area’s inland attractions. While San Diego is known as a beachfront city with a wealth of water activities, glampers typically need to head away from the coast to find rustic glampsites and will discover there’s plenty to explore. Consider the Ramona Valley AVA, where you can return to a wine country yurt after a day of wine tasting, or check out Lake Jennings for boating, fishing, and a canvas tent for the night. Further west, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park offers hiking trails in the Cuyamaca Mountains, where bell tents and yurts sit amid the forest. To the north near Palomar Mountain State Park, glamping retreats provide a place to relax after a long hike or a trip to the Palomar Observatory. This region has mostly pleasant weather year-round but average nighttime temps in the winter hover around freezing.