One of the most picturesque destinations in the United States for glamping, the state of Vermont is abundant with New England cozy charm and gorgeous natural areas for camping. Glamping across the state comes in many different options, such as vintage campers, well-appointed tents, yurts, cabins, and treehouses. Glamping in Vermont offers an ideal getaway into nature, an escape from the usual hustle and bustle of daily life. Fortunately, there are plenty of choices throughout the “Green Mountain State” for a peaceful, fun glamping adventure with several creature comforts and other outdoor recreation activities nearby. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.Tyler Place Family Resort
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Often noted as one of that nation’s best family resorts, as well as one of the coziest, the Tyler Place Family Resort provides a perfect mix of time for children to unplug from their electronic devices and parents to reconnect, combined with a number of activities and fun things to do for campers of all ages. Dedicated for multiple generations to families, the resort offers all-include family vacations, including entertainment for the whole family, several resort facilities, housekeeping every day, meals, sports and many other activities, and many programs for kids, ranging from programs for infants to teen programs.
175 Tyler Pl, Swanton, VT 05488, Phone: 802-868-4000
2.Vermont Glamping: Sterling Ridge
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Located in the Jeffersonville area, Sterling Ridge provides a fun camping experience with a touch of “glam.” For this destination for glamping in the scenic state of Vermont, this means roasting marshmallows by a campfire and guests sleeping in the rustic cabins. The “glam” at this glamping destination comes in the form of fully equipped cabins with king-size or queen-size beds, full bathrooms, a kitchen, wireless internet, and a number of other amenities. Some of the cabins at Sterling Ridge also feature whirlpools and there are also designated dog-friendly cabins available. Other activities nearby include hiking, biking, fishing,and kayaking.
155 Sterling Ridge Dr, Jeffersonville, VT 05464, Phone: 802-644-8265
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3.The Treehouse at Moose Meadow Lodge
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The Treehouse at Moose Meadow Lodge is separate from the main lodge, but located only two hundred feet away. This means it’s far enough away for a peaceful, secluded glamping experience, but close enough to take advantage of the Moose Meadow Lodge’s amenities. The Treehouse is two stories and offers a unique place for camping, featuring a number of creature comforts, such as a dining area, living area, wrap-around deck, queen-sized bed, bathroom, and a shower. “Tree service” is offered as well for breakfast, and the grounds include hiking trails and the Sky loft, which offers great panoramic views.
607 Crossett Hill, Waterbury, VT 05676, Phone: 802-244-5378
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4.Vermont Glamping: Cottages at Crofter's Green
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The Cottages at Crofter's Green, located in the Vermont town of Montgomery Center, are located on beautiful grounds encompassing approximately twenty-five acres. Each of the cottages features Wi-Fi, satellite television, queen sized beds, dishware and other kitchen amenities, a refrigerator, convection oven, and a microwave. A great base for exploring the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont and an ideal destination for a glamping getaway, Crofter’s Green offers nature trails, an eighteen-hole disc golf course, and amazing sunset views across its grounds, as well as fire pits, outdoor grills, and hot tubs. Several other outdoor activities can be found nearby as well.
2956 Mountain Rd, Montgomery Center, VT, 05471, Phone: 802-326-3130
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5.Greenwood Lodge and Campsites
Located in Woodford, the Greenwood Lodge and Campsites are situated adjacent to the scenic Green Mountains. The more than one hundred acres of scenic and tranquil settings feature three different ponds offering opportunities for boating, canoeing, swimming, and fishing, as well as trails for biking and hiking. Accommodations at the Greenwood Lodge include forty mostly wooded, well spaced campsites and a hostel next to the Green Mountain National Forest. Amenities include fire rings, picnic tables, a microwave, dishwashing sink, complimentary hot showers, and heated, modern, and clean bathrooms. Activities possible also include basketball, tetherball, horseshoes, volleyball, and a recreation room.
311 Greenwood Dr, Woodford, VT 05201, Phone: 802-442-2547
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6.Vermont Glamping: Half Moon Pond State Park
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The Half Moon Pond State Park is situated within the forested grounds of the 3,500-acre Bomoseen State Park. This quiet camping area is nestled in a densely wooded area surrounding the Half Moon Pond in a sheltered, small basin. The Half Moon Pond campgrounds features camping options for a variety of tastes, such as five furnished cabins, lean-to’s, and waterfront campsites. For even more of the comfort glampers look for in a camping getaway, the Tall Timbers Cottage boasts numerous amenities to make guests feel at home, a waterfront location, and its own private boat dock.
1621 Black Pond Rd, Fair Haven, VT 05743, Phone: 802-273-2848
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7.Glamping in Vermont: Button Bay State Park
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Button Bay State Park encompasses 253 acres of land along the 130-mile Lake Champlain on a bluff near Ferrisburgh. The campground at the park is a primarily grassy and open area that overlooks the lake, as well as the Adirondack Mountains. Named after the button-like concretions created by clay deposits on the shoreline, Button Bay State Park features four cabins, more than a dozen lean-to sites, and over fifty campsites for RVs and tents. Other campground amenities consist of a nature center with an array of nature programs, a pool with lifeguards, picnic areas, and restroom and shower facilities.
5 Button Bay State Park, Vergennes, VT 05491, Phone: 800-551-6949
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8.Vermont Glamping: Craftsbury Farmhouse
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A boutique glamping spot, the Craftsbury Farmhouse is located in the heart of the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Campers have access to the garden and walking trails on property, the deck that overlooks Whetstone Brook, an infrared sauna, and the screened porch with hot tub. The unique and beautiful canvas glamping tents are weatherproof and are designed for great stargazing experiences. Amenities at the Craftsbury Farmhouse include broadband internet, coffee maker, microwave, refrigerator, outdoor fire pit, hot tub, sound machines, air conditioning, and laptop-friendly workspace. There’s also the on-site Blackbird Bistro, which serves breakfast and dinner with a view.
1037 South Craftsbury Rd, Craftsbury, VT 05826, Phone: 802-586-2247
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