Revisit history and explore forests, rivers, and lakes with a West Virginia glamping trip.
Nestled within the Appalachian mountain range, West Virginia offers an escape into forested lands and year-round outdoor adventures. Walk down history lane and visit museums within Harpers Ferry National Historic Park, or on the streets of historic towns such as Charles Town and Hinton. Birdwatch or picnic within Kanawha State Forest, or white water raft or rock climb within New River Gorge National Park. Explore the mountains of Monongahela National Forest and hike or bike through the wooded terrain. Enjoy fishing or boating on the lake within Stonewall Jackson State Park, or capture beautiful photos within Blackwater Falls State Park. In the winter, enjoy miles of cross-country trails. West Virginia state parks offer hundreds of cabins that range from rustic to modern, making it easy to glamp in comfort. For glamping tents, domes, treehouses, yurts and cabins with deluxe amenities like hot tubs and fireplaces, look to the many private glamping options.
In West Virginia, glamping is a type of outdoor stay combining camping's nature setting with the luxury and convenience of comforts like beds, warm showers, or electricity. When glamping in West Virginia, there's no need to bring your own tent—instead, glampers may stay the night in a cabin, a vintage Airstream, a canvas bell tent, a yurt, or even a treehouse.