North Carolina is home to many exceptionally scenic areas which offer outstanding outdoor recreational facilities. Camping and glamping are by far the best ways to enjoy an immersive vacation or getaway in one of the state’s stunning mountainous regions. North Carolina has been quick to respond to the growing trend of glamping and many ideal accommodation options have sprung up in recent years. All offer comfortable beds (as opposed to camping cots) and quality linens, while some go a whole lot further to ensure that you can get close to nature without giving up your little luxuries. Some options have in-suite bathrooms and kitchens while others require you to use a Bath house and cook your meals outdoors. These are just some of the great options waiting for you to discover. Certain attractions may be temporarily closed or require advance reservations. Some restaurants are currently offering pickup only. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.Falling Waters Resort
Located in the Nantahala Gorge area of Bryson City in North Carolina, the Falling Waters Resort is a popular weekend destination for adventure seekers. The resort is nestling right in the heart of the prime Smokey Mountains adventure area where you can participate in a wide selection of adventure activities including white water rafting, hiking, zip-line, canopy tours, mountain biking, fishing and horseback riding. The resort offers glampers romantic yurts on elevated wooden decks, offering great views of the forests. Each yurt is comfortably furnished with a Queen Bed (all linens supplied), futon, mini-fridge, coffee maker and heater. The bathhouse and laundry are close by and each yurt has a private BBQ.
Falling Waters Resort, 10345 US Hwy 19/75, W. Bryson City, NC 28713, Phone: 800-451-9972
2.Glamping in North Carolina: Asheville Glamping
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Asheville enjoys brilliant year-round glamping weather and offers several options for adventurous couples and families to consider. These include an excellent adult tree house, a dome-home with clear skylight for star gazing and a variety of other options including trailers, safari-style tents, yurts, tipi’s and airstreams. All of these offer all the fun activities of camping combined with a few home comforts at the end of the day. One of our spacious domes even features a fun tunnel slide from the loft to the lounge. All options include comfortable beds, outdoor seating and BBQ areas and access to near-by bath houses. Many include more little luxuries like TV, temperature control and coffee makers.
Asheville Glamping, Asheville, NC 28806, Phone: 828-450-9745
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3.North Carolina Glamping: The Tipi Village at Eagles Nest
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The Tipi Village at Eagles Nest Lodge offers the ultimate in rustic chic glamping along with all the activities this wonderful mountain resort has on offer. The comfortable tipis have a King Bed and 2 twin beds, (all linens and pillows supplied) and indoor heating to cope with chilly mountain nights. Each tipi has Wi-Fi, a Keurig coffee maker and a fridge and freezer for your food. You also have access to a private bath house and the popular communal hot tub. Activities at the property include hiking, biking, ATV, archery, a ropes course and loads of fun water sports on the river – rental equipment is available on site.
The Tipi Village at Eagles Nest, 51 Eagles Nest Lane, Banner Elk, NC 28604, Phone: 866-370-1817
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4.Glamping in North Carolina: Mountain Springs Cabins
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A glamping experience is not always limited to sleeping in a luxury tent – at Mountain Springs Cabins you can choose to live in a quaint little cabin, a tiny house or a yurt. This resort is located on 50 scenic acres in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, just 10 minutes west of Asheville. Here you can get back to nature as you enjoy beautiful waterfall hikes, mountain biking, trout fishing, trail hiking and whitewater rafting. At the end of an exciting day your comfortable tiny home or yurt awaits. All options are thoughtfully appointed to offer home comforts life Wi-Fi, private bathrooms, TV and comfortable beds in the heart of the mountains.
Mountain Springs Cabins, 27 Emma’s Cove Rd, Asheville, NC 28715, Phone: 828-665-1004
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5.North Carolina Glamping: The Cabins at Long Branch
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Located very close to the breathtaking Nantahala Gorge, the Cabins at Long Branch are an ideal glamping option for a group getaway. The property comprises 2 X 2-bedroom cabins which can be rented individually or together to accommodate up to 12 adventurous guests. Each of the two cabins are set in a secluded woodland setting, just minutes from exciting whitewater rafting and other fun activities on Nantahala lake. You can spend your evenings around your campfire or listening to the sounds of nature on your large covered porch. Or, if you prefer, you can watch TV and connect to friends and family using the Wi-Fi.
The Cabins at Long Branch, Clinton Cabin Rd, Nantahala, NC 28781, Phone: 662-773-3009
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6.Glamping in North Carolina: The Arbor Cabins at Lake Lure
This popular glamping resort is located just a few steps from Lake Lure Beach and Marina, where it offers a selection of very privately-situated rustic log cabins. The romantic cabins are ideal for a couple’s getaway, boasting a comfortable King Bed, quality linens and a brilliant private deck with a hot-tub for two. Inside there is a log fireplace, Wi-Fi and TV with Netflix. Additional thoughtful touches include a welcome pack of delicious breakfast treats.
The cabins are nestled under a tree canopy inhabited by some amazing wildlife – be sure to bring your camera. Activities include hiking, biking, boating and paddling as well as exploring many local attractions including wineries, breweries and craft outlets.
The Arbor Cabins at Lake Lure, 2494 Memorial Highway, Lake Lure, NC 28746, Phone: 828-625-1171
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7.North Carolina Glamping: Blue Bear Mountain Camp
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Located on 150 pristine acres of mountain splendor in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Blue Bear Mountain Camps offers camping and glamping to suite all tastes. You can choose a secluded hike-in campsite and set up your tent or opt for a few home comforts in one of the camps’ furnished and equipped Teepees. Each teepee has a queen bed (with electric blanket), outdoor table and chairs, fire ring and park grill. Each teepee site can accommodate one or two small tents – ideal for families or small groups of friends. On-site facilities include miles of hiking trails, a trout pond and access to many fun water sports including kayaking, tubing, white-water rafting and more.
Blue Bear Mountain Camp, 196 Blue Bear Mountain Rd, Todd, NC 28684, Phone: 828-406-4226
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8.Glamping Near Me: Sugar Creek Treehouse
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At Sugar Creek Treehouse you can find the quintessential tree house of your childhood dreams. Located 35-ft above a trickling mountain stream and surrounded by 6 acres of dense North Carolina wilderness, Sugar Creek Treehouse is an ideal getaway for nature lovers. Much more than a glamorous camping experience, the Sugar Creek Treehouse boasts a full kitchen, proper bathroom, large outdoor deck, a wood-burning stove for chilly nights and a brilliant hot tub which can be used all year round. More traditional camping amenities include an outdoor fire-pit. Activities include swimming or paddling in the Toe River, fishing for your dinner or hiking and wildlife watching.
Sugar Creek Treehouse, 27 Sugar Creek Lane, Green Mountain NC 28740, Phone: 803-312-2536
9.North Carolina Glamping: Linville Falls Campground
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Located just off the Blue Ridge Parkway in western North Carolina, the Linville Falls Campground offers a shady, privately-owned retreat where everyone can enjoy a relaxing camping or glamping experience. The resort offers a choice of rustic wooden cabins (with in-suite bathrooms and kitchens) or comfortable trailers. Each campsite has an outdoor grill, fire pit and picnic table for alfresco dining under the stars. There are clean bathhouses, some of which offer access to guests will mobility restrictions. Activities include scenic drives to several outstanding locations and exploring miles and miles of hiking and biking trails. Other on-site facilities include a laundry and a children’s playground.
Linville Falls Campground, 717 Gurney Franklin Road, Linville Falls, NC 28647, Phone: 828-465-2681
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