Best Tent Views Under $30

We’re passionate about two things: camping and sticking to a budget — and the two don’t have to be mutually exclusive.  We did some searching to find the best tent views that won’t break the bank, and boy did these sites deliver. Take a peek at some of these seriously spectacular views for true camping inspiration, from highest ($30) to lowest ($10) cost per night.

Slow Boat Farm

Puget Island, Washington

Photo by Andrew Shepherd

Cost: $20 per night
The view: A large grassy field offers ample space, and a private kayak launch is a short walk through a cottonwood forest.

Get Lost at Glen Isle: Tent Sites

Bailey, Colorado

Photo by Caitlin Fullam

Cost: $25 per night

The view: A river setting, glorious valley views, and a private setting surrounded by the National Forest.

Mountain Top Paradise

Coastal Range, Oregon

Photo by Ashley Tiedgen

Cost: $30 per night
The view: 22 acres in the foothills of the Coastal Range, high above the valley.

Mt. Adams View

Trout Lake, Washington

Photo by Lisse Lundin

Cost: $28 per night
The view: Wake up to 12,280-foot Mt. Adams at your doorstep, looming above in the clouds.

Water Canyon Cliffside Campsite

Hildale, Utah

Photo by Kat Wagner

Cost: $25 per night
The view: Bask in the beauty of the towering, red Canaan Mountains just outside your tent door.

Prairiedise

Buford, Wyoming

Photo by Taylor Higgins

Cost: $25 per night
The view: This high prairie Wyoming site offers 70 acres to explore, a permanent stream, a pronghorn/falcon hangout, and solitude.

Sanctuary of the Oaks

Bridgeport, California

Photo by Colby Moore

Cost: $25 per night

The view: Come and enjoy nature and listen to the birds sing in the Sierra foothills, just 31 miles from Yosemite Valley.

Valley View, Montour Falls, NY

Mountour Falls, New York

Photo by Quinton Marchand

Cost: $25 per night
The view: Peek out over Mountour Falls and get a classic Fingerlakes view all to yourself.

Oh! Pear Orchards

Gibson, Pennsylvania

Photo by Chantilly W

Cost: $25 per night
The view: Sleep creekside and wake up to the sun peeking through the canopy of trees above.

South Park Forest and Plains

Garo, Colorado

Photo by Brittany Stepp

Cost: $24 per night
The view: Rock outcrops, and great views of the Continental Divide.

Dos Rios Camping

Mason, Texas

Photo by Ashlee Newman

Cost: $25 per night
The view: Camp along the waterfront on the banks of the Llano River, where you can take a dip or a 20-foot plunge off of nearby cliffs.

Saddle Up Ranch Retreat!

Temecula, California

Photo by Andy Fortson

Cost: $10 per night
The view: Glance across the horizon at beautiful ridgelines stretching across as you camp among giant boulders.

Mountain Escape

Montello, Nevada

Photo by Meredith Moyer Bontrager

Cost: $20 per night
The view: Face your tent door toward the Murdock Mountain range and crawl out into a secluded paradise of rolling peaks.

Mountain Views, Raw Land Camp

Fort Garland, Colorado

Photo by Brittany Stepp

Cost: $15 per night
The view: Stake your tent in the foothills of the Sangre De Cristo range with spectacular views of 14,345-foot Blanca Peak.

Brazos Outdoor Center

Nemo, Texas

Photo by Lindsay Mccoy

Cost: $20 per night

The view: River view or set up under our abundant shade trees.

Colorado Mountain Valley Farm

Mancos, Colorado

Photo by Kat Wagner

Cost: $10 per night
The view: Pitch your tent along Chicken Creek and enjoy the peaceful solitude among 11,000-foot peaks circling your campsite.

Hipcamp Staff

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