The best glamping sites near Asheville offer mountain views, hiking trails, and stargazing opps.
In recent years, Asheville has gained popularity for its artsy vibes and abundance of craft breweries, with plenty of things to see and do in town, from exploring the River Arts District, a gallery and maker area along the French Broad River, to visiting the chateau-like Biltmore Estate. The city is also a great jumping-off point for a glamping getaway in North Carolina’s Pisgah National Forest and the Blue Ridge Mountains, a short drive from downtown Asheville. While there are campgrounds offering tent camping sites with picnic tables and fire pits in the area, those looking for a glamping experience won’t have any problem finding a place to stay. Glamping spots abound, from funky treehouses to cozy yurts, bell tents to converted Airstreams, and many vacation rentals offer extra perks such as kitchenettes with coffee makers, wifi, air-conditioning, hot tubs, and even outdoor showers.