The idea is simple- our glamping site will offer a true camping experience without all the hassles and fuss. With 350 acres of private ground, adjacent to thousands of acres of state park and forest, Wild Yough offers plenty of space to spread out, stretch your legs, watch the deer, and howl with the coyotes. You won’t be packed into a row of RV’s or tents where you can he
The idea is simple- our glamping site will offer a true camping experience without all the hassles and fuss. With 350 acres of private ground, adjacent to thousands of acres of state park and forest, Wild Yough offers plenty of space to spread out, stretch your legs, watch the deer, and howl with the coyotes. You won’t be packed into a row of RV’s or tents where you can hear your neighbor snoring. You won’t have to set up camp in the rain. And you’ll never have to sleep on the ground! You’ll have your own heated hut, warm soft bed, and private space for long evenings around the campfire. And our bathhouse and pavilion facilities are designed with comfort, cleanliness and relaxation in mind. Oh yeah… large field for enjoying lawn games or just relaxing quietly under an endless blanket of evening stars.
Each hut is furnished with a double bed, additional seating/pullout bed, cabin cooking center with stove, dining table, LED lighting, and a propane heater. Outside, each hut has comfortable chairs on the porch, a large picnic table, and a fire-ring/cooking grill with extra seating. And all this is just a short walk to the bath house and paviliion!
Our bathhouse is designed to bring you all of the comforts of home, with modern, comfortable features which include full size showers, plenty of counter space, professional ventilation, and regular maintenance by our partners at Offlake Rentals. Additionally, we have outside water facilities and separate, deep sinks for washing dishes.
The adjacent pavilion area is furnished with comfortable lounge furniture and picnic tables, making it the perfect place to socialize with your fellow Glampers or host a pot-luck meal with a large group.
Here’s what else you will find at the bathhouse and pavilion:
– Outside spigot and hose for quick cleanup (also great for doggie washing)
– Sockets for charging mobile phones and laptops (leave property at your own risk)
– Take one leave one book and magazine library
– Selection of board games and outdoor activities
– Information on the area and suggested must see and do activities
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Wild Yough Glamping Huts in Maryland.
The vibe at Wild Yough Glamping Huts
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If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
We stayed here during the middle of October at the Stanley hut. The foliage color was nice, and the weather was scattered light rain, changing to snow overnight. Our group consisted of two couples in or 30’s. We booked the Stanley since it also included the tipi, which the other couple had planned to use. However, due to the low temperatures, plywood floor of the tipi, and the invitingly cozy Stanley on site, we all just opted to stay in the same hut. The tipi would be great in the summer, but I wouldn’t have wanted to sleep there and wake up to snow cover on the ground like we had in mid October.
The hut has a small propane space heater that kept the temperature comfortable when operated at the low setting. If you are visiting during cooler weather, I would recommend bringing a minimum of four to five 1-lb. propane canisters per day for cooking and heating.
Check out Swallow Falls State Park located minutes away, for some short “hikes” appropriate for nearly all ages and ability levels. We would have liked to explore more in the area, but the bushwackers at the Honi got the best of us.
I would definitely recommend staying at Wild Yough for a nice base camp to use for exploring the western MD and northern WV outdoors attractions. We were torn between booking a cabin, or an actual camping trip for the weekend, and the Wild Yough Huts fit perfectly right in the middle of our two options.
Beautiful and peaceful glamping
These huts had everything you need for a successful camping experience. All you need to bring is food and a set of bed sheets! The land is beautiful and there are multiple state parks within a 10 min drive. The bathrooms were really nice too! There were about 4 other huts nearby but they are far enough apart in the woods where we felt privacy the whole time.
This is a gorgeous property and the accommodations are truly wonderful and very clean!! We were there in early June 2020 and the experience exceeded our expectations. The huts are fully decked out with everything you need. Each one has a private fire pit, picnic bench, and covered porch. The shared pavilion has a bbq, lots of seating, and tons of games. And the bathrooms are immaculate! There are tons of hiking trails in the area and lots of other outdoor activities. We will definitely return and we are telling everyone we know how fabulous this place is.
A lovely little cabin in the woods, private and inviting. Far enough from the other neighboring cabins, but close enough to feel included and could chat and interact if need be. All amenities were there and made staying there so easy. Everything was clean and kept up, even the trails. The only item that could be improved would the river access at Otter Point, be aware it is muddy and steep.
Beautiful property and cabins
I came here with my pup for a 3 night getaway. The property is absolutely beautiful! I loved the hiking trails, the proximity to the river, and all the national parks near by. The cabin is very clean and cute and has everything you would need to relax. Beth and the management company are all responsive and helpful. They even set up a campfire for me on my first night. I would highly recommend it. My only suggestions are to make sure you bring your own lantern/headlamp and candles (there is no electricity in the cabin), maybe a cell phone charger portal (charging is at the bathhouse), and extra propane if you are going in the colder months. It is very near the town so you can always buy whatever you need anyway.