Looking for the perfect city escape, a country recharge, a night under the stars or a getaway tucked away by the mountains of the PNW? Check out these 14 best glamping in Washington as well as the best yurts in Washington for the ultimate getaway or staycation surrounded by beauty and nature you get from camping but with the comforts of glamping!
Whether you’re looking for the best yurt camping in Washington, a break from the city, or just a fun, romantic way to be connected to nature, these properties have your cure.
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Best Glamping & Yurts in Washington
The Rolling Huts in Methow Valley
With a scenic location in the Methow Valley, The Rolling Huts provide glamping in Washington with beautiful mountain and forest views. Hikers, mountain bikers, and cross-country skiers will be in heaven at this year round friendly glamping in Washington option!
The smart huts are grouped into ‘herds’ of six which is great for groups. Each hut sleeps up to 4 people with a sleeping platform and transforming modular furniture in the living room space. They also feature the modern comforts of electricity and wifi.
Each hut has an adjacent portable toilet, shared full bathrooms and showers are fitted in the centrally located barn a short distance away.
The cleverly compact and light-filled units incorporate a refrigerator and microwave for basic bites to eat and there’s a water faucet outside each hut for washing up in the fresh air. Step outside for a morning coffee amongst the wildflowers.
Shared facilities include 12 seat picnic tables plus a picnic shelter with propane and charcoal grills for a smokey dinner. There is a shared shower and toilets in the nearby main barn, plus each hut has a private portable toilet just outside.
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Moroccan Glamping Tent on Whidbey Island
Glamping in Washington can be a romantic getaway at this Moroccan themed tent on Whidbey Island, a short ferry ride away from downtown and all the best places to visit in Seattle.
This is a tranquil and rejuvenating spot where guests may bike, jog, practice yoga on the outdoor platform, and explore the grounds. Connect with nature strolling through the organic vegetable garden, fruit trees, and flower garden.
There are just two canvas wall tents on the whole, private, 2-acre property that enjoy the company of grazing deer, soaring eagles, and cheerful birdsong from the tent deck. There is space for two adults per tent (ages 21+).
A fully stocked and beautiful outdoor communal kitchen is perfect for dining under the stars before sitting around the campfire with owl hoots and s’mores. The Tiki BYOB bar is also a unique shared hang out area.
The shabby-chic (but most definitely upscale) shared outhouse has a composting toilet and rain-water sink with solar-powered outdoor lighting. The shared hot water Zen rain shower is also outside and a gorgeous experience. Book this Washington glamping option on Airbnb.
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Charming Yurt Camping in Washington Near Leavenworth
This option for yurt camping in Washington is a wonderful way for you and your pets to take a digital detox and enjoy nature. The private glamping site is located just outside the Bavarian village of Leavenworth, right on Nason Creek and is one of our favorite day trips from Seattle, although once you get here you’ll want to stay so why not enjoy the beauty of this area by enjoying some glamping?!
The yurt can sleep up to 6 guests on one Queen cot with an air mattress and two single cots, another two guests can bring along tents. Be sure to pack all the bedding, toiletries, food, and water supplies you’ll need for your stay. Dinner can be cooked over the open firepit.
Facilities include an outhouse with toilet and handwashing station, grill accessories, and a dutch oven for al fresco meal prep.
There are plenty of activities to enjoy in the area such as hiking, biking, water activities on the creek, and skiing or snowmobiling in the winter months. Book this yurt rental in Washington option on Airbnb.
Be sure to also read our guide to all the best places to stay in Leavenworth!
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Glamping in a Peaceful Yurt tucked in the Forest near Hood River
For more yurts in Washington, try this peaceful glamping site 12 miles from Hood River. It’s close to many outdoor activities like kayaking, fishing, rafting, and hiking. From November to February the area transforms into a winter wonderland, with cross country ski areas nearby.
The spacious yurt is great for couples or young families, with small children sleeping on a sofa bed. A handsome woodburning stove helps to keep the space warm in the colder months.
Basic kitchen and dining facilities also fit nicely into the yurt, or you might opt for outdoor dining on the charcoal BBQ and picnic table.
The yurt is on a big deck with chairs, very pleasant for a morning coffee while spotting wildlife. Allow yourself to escape the fast-paced world, swapping wifi for glamping in Washington.
There’s a shared outdoor bathroom and shower (available May-October) with an open-air design. Although there is a firepit, note that there’s a burn ban in the months from June to September. Book this yurt in Washington on Airbnb.
Thiselle Creek Farmstay Yurt Rental in Yacolt
This gorgeous Yurt rental in Washington on a working farm is perfect for an escape in nature, with modern comforts. The accommodation, set on 20 acres of wooded farmland, is just two minutes away from Moulton Falls, a beautiful summer swimming spot.
Two guests can enjoy smart, clean and cozy glamping in Washington with interior wooden lattice details and stylish furnishings. Modern fixings like electricity, wifi, a fridge and hot running water make for a comfortable experience. Keep warm with the woodburning stove.
The pretty outdoor kitchen has everything you’ll need for cooking meals before winding down by the firepit on the beautiful stone-slab patio. Theres also a cedar sauna for a glamping spa treat.
A private and well-kept shower, sink and composting toilet can be found just outside the yurt.
Wander the property with your pets and spend some time with the sheep and pigs, or explore the various ecosystems found at the southern end of the property. Book this yurt rental in Washington option on Airbnb.
Glamping Yurt Between Mt. Rainer & Olympia
This is one incredible Yurt in Washington and what will feel like your home away from home, the 24-foot tent is nestled into a 20-acre forest, just over an hour’s drive away from Seattle perfectly situated 37 miles from Mt. Rainer and 35 miles from Olympia.
The downright magical and very large dome structure can sleep four guests with a double bed and Queen-sized sofa bed. The details really make this glamping experience in Washington; a woodburning stove, full wooden kitchen, paisley pastels, and tapestries set a unique backdrop.
Guests have private access to an adjoining bathhouse complete with a clawfoot tub, flush toilet, and paisley mosaic wall for glamping in style without sacrificing comfort.
Outside provides shared facilities and areas including an outdoor shower, firepit, Wifi in the main house, gardens, and trails to explore. Book this Washington glamping option on Airbnb.
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Hideaway Glamping Tent with Pool and Hot Tub in Walla Walla
This gorgeous glamping in Washington is brought to you by the Colorado Yurt Company and is a luxury experience under maple trees. The town of Walla Walla is only 10 minutes away for some of Washington’s finest wining and dining.
Four guests can stay in the yurt on a Queen and large sofa bed or an additional portable bed is available upon request. The gas fireplace ensures toasty evenings in the large tent and there’s a kitchen to accommodate light cooking. Custom, handmade furniture throughout the tent adds a unique style point.
Guests enjoy a private indoor bathroom 25 steps from the luxury yurt in Washington just got a little better thanks to an indoor pool and hot tub.
Wifi can be used from the comfort of your own yurt and there’s even a basketball half-court for some more active fun. Pets are very welcome too. Book this Washington glamping option on Airbnb.
Hilltop Retreat near Olympic National Forest
Take a digital detox at the secluded ‘Forever Young’ campsite; you’ll love their spacious tent for glamping in Washington beneath the moon and stars. There are only 2 camping spots in the whole 20-acre property, each encircled by a beautiful grove of alder and evergreen trees.
On your private campsite, or glampsite, you can enjoy the fire ring, grill, picnic bench, and posts to sling up your hammocks. There’s a shared porta-potty and an ingenious hands-free washing station to clean up.
The fairy light-laden bell tent comfortably sleeps four glampers – remember to bring sleeping mats and whatever bedding you’ll need. A further three guests can stay at the campsite, pitching tents just outside.
The friendly hosts offer a tour of the homestead to explore the gardens, meet the animals, and feed the goats. There’s plenty to do in the area with several swimming holes and the Chimacum-Toandos Peninsula Bicycle Loop half a mile away. Hood Canal can be reached in 20 minutes and the hiking trails of Olympic National Forest in 30 minutes.
Ravenshouse Yurt on Harstine Island
Ravenshouse offers yurt camping in Washington that’s perfect for couples or an artist’s retreat. The secluded property is surrounded by cedars, firs, pines, and fruit trees, located on Harstine Island on the Puget Sound.
The cozy yurt sleeps two people and is a lovely space to chill or use the wifi to work on personal projects. Sit out on the yurt’s deck with a coffee to start the day, looking out to the pretty courtyard.
Guests have access to the Sunroom, a great space for cooking and dining, or getting lost in a book. The ‘ Entertainment Center’ is a fun place to pass the time playing games or tinkling on the piano. Shared showers and a toilet are available.
As part of your glamping experience in Washington, the hosts can lend bicycles to explore the island roads. There’s also clam and oyster fishing nearby, as well as launching spots if you bring a kayak or boat.
Glamping Tent with Beach Access at Hood Canal
This gorgeous glamping tent in Washington is perched on Sund Rock, an underwater marine preserve established by the host’s family back in the 80s. The site overlooks Hood Canal; bald eagles can be admired from the eastern side of the property and even Orcas have occasionally been spotted.
The private wall tent sleeps 2 guests and has electricity – that means heat, lights, phone charging, and wifi! Pets are welcome to join this relaxing getaway too.
There’s a gas stove and everything you’ll need for cooking, eating, and coffees. A shared warm shower area and toilet provide comfortable facilities.
Bathe in the sunrise or moonrise with the easy heat of a propane fire pit, as you take in the water views and beautiful scenery from wooden Adirondack chairs.
Access to the swimmable beach is just a short walk from the tent, and you may see the occasional scuba diver heading into the water. Downtown Hoodsport, Lake Cushman, and hiking in the Olympic Mountains are also nearby.
Feather + Fern Yurt Glamping on Whidbey Island
Come to Feather + Fern for glamping in Washington, on the beautiful Whidbey Island. The glampsite is just over an hour away from Seattle with a short ferry crossing, yet provides a private and lush setting to escape the fast-paced city life.
Four guests can sleep in the traditional bell tent on a Queen mattress and two available sleeping pads. A complimentary s’mores kit for the artist-made fire pit and morning French Press are thoughtful details.
The area doesn’t need electricity to be pretty, instead lit up with ferry lighting, lanterns, and solar lights along the private mossy path. Enjoy the fire in the evening as you cook with the charcoal grill and Coleman stove.
With no running water or wifi, this is an opportunity to get back to basics without distractions from the natural surroundings.
Venturing out of Feather + Fern, there are wonderful hikes, beaches, restaurants, and wineries to experience on the island and the cute town of Langley is just a 10-minute drive away. The ferry is only 10 minutes away from the site for easy arrival and departure.
Forest Yurt Palace in the North Cascades
The amazing Forest Yurt Palace can be found on a small farm, with the Mount Baker National Forest behind. With Skagit River to the south, Baker Lake, and North Cascades to the north there’s plenty of hiking and icy swims available.
This yurt in Washington is a large one at 700 square feet and can sleep seven people on a couch, double and single beds divided by sheet hangings, which can be dropped for privacy. Guests are welcome to bring sleeping pads and bedding for additional glampers.
There are loads of well-thought-out features inside the yurt to make the stay both comfy and special like the woodburning stove, mini kitchen, and a curated mini-library.
Admiring the blue mountain view from the yurt’s porch is a spectacular way to greet the day. You’ll also want to meet the pigs and sheep that live on the farm.
A basic shared toilet is available for the use of guests. Note there are no showers or wifi, so you can spend more time gazing at those beautiful hills.
Pacific Northwest Waterfront Yurt on Vashon Island
This is a truly stunning yurt rental in Washington, located on Vashon Island right on the banks of the Puget Sound. It’s also convenient, accessed by a short ferry ride from Seattle and Tacoma.
The yurt is spacious, clean, and stylish with an incredible view of Mount Rainier from the door and water views from the bed. A kitchen, lounge, and dining area within the tent make this a really comfortable stay yet not crowded in the slightest.
Just outside there’s a fire pit, Adirondack chairs, and a hammock for some serious waterfront relaxing. Guests are also welcome to take out the kayaks and explore. Native sea life includes small and giant porpoises with PNW parrots overhead.
For more nearby activities try the amazing biking, hiking, beachcombing, and walking trails – you won’t even have time to miss wifi!
A toilet is available outside the yurt and pets are welcome at this waterfront site.
Cascade Rose Alpaca Farm Stay in the Cascades
For a classic glamping experience in Washington try the Cascade Rose Alpaca Farm Stay, near the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. The working alpaca farm is just one hour from Seattle in Snoqualmie Valley and there’s no shortage of activities!
Apart from making friends with the cute alpacas, you might like to visit the nearby town of Carnation for superb farm to table dinners. The Snoqualmie River is fun for tubing, paddleboarding, and kayaking, then there’s the Railroad trail for walking and biking. There’s also a nearby winery for tasting and making merry as well as berry picking at nearby farms.
Up to six glampers and their pets can enjoy the site, with one Queen tent and space for campers’ additional tents.
The secluded woodland area provides the perfect opportunity for a digital detox, replacing electricity and wifi with the sounds of peeper frogs and bird calls as you sit around the fire pit grilling. There’s also a shared camp loo and sun shower available at the campsite. Book this Washington glamping option on Tentrr.
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