What’s more Washington than camping? Not much in our books but that being said, not everyone likes the same camping experience. If you’d rather have a more home-like camping trip, glamping is probably way more up your alley. So here are 10 of the best places to go glamping in Washington.

Glamping Retreat on Whidbey Island

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Enjoy comfortable safari tents perfect for nature lovers, writers, and health enthusiasts alike on Whidbey Island. You’ll find rugs, a queen-size bed with down comforters and luxurious bedding, and a “camping” experience you won’t soon forget.

Where: Greenbank, Washington
Cost: $269 a night

White Aspen Colchuck Enchantments Luxury Tent

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This tent sits on over 600 acres of private property and seriously has views for days. Enjoy luxury camping with a canvas tent, a shower, a fire pit, and much more. Plus you’re right in the middle of some of Washington’s best nature.

Where: Leavenworth, Washington
Cost: $295 a night

Strawbale Cottage on a Mountaintop

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Curious about truly natural living? This strawbale cottage is located on a farm and is made from completely natural materials like straw bales, lime plaster, sheep’s wool, and cedar. It’s off the grid, has composting toilets, and is the perfect place to get back in touch with nature.

Where: White Salmon, Washington
Cost: $145 a night

Waterfront Yurt

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Imagine waking up on the beach without having to deal with all of that pesky sand. You can do just that at this true yurt glamping stay on Vashon Island. Enjoy tent camping with the luxury of a comfy bed and of course the waterfront views.

Where: Vashon Island, Washington
Cost: $175 a night

Mossquatch Resort

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Staying in a canvas tent in Forks, Washington might not be ideal for vampire believers. That being said, it’s unlikely the Cullen family will find you at the tranquil Mossquatch Resort. Enjoy tent camping with the comfort of a bed.

Where: Forks, Washington
Cost: $195 a night

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Luxury Glamping Tent

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Yet another spot with dreamy views. This luxury glamping tent looks out over the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the Canadian coast, Port Angeles harbor, and Ediz Hook. You’ll be surrounded by madrone trees and are just 30 minutes away from the Olympic National Park & Hurricane Ridge gate.

Where: Clallam County, Washington
Cost: $185 a night

River View Cabin

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The listing calls this a cabin but it’s much more like a campsite. Expect three-cabin walls that overlook the Hoh River. However here there are no beds or bedding provided so be sure to bring your own bedding and cozy up next to the woodstove you’ll find inside the cabin.

Where: Forks, Washington
Cost: $35 a night

Peaceful and tranquil rustic cabin on the water

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If you’re looking for an island getaway you can’t go wrong with a rustic cabin stay. This one has all of the PNW wood paneling you could ever desire. You’ll have cabin amenities while being just steps from the beach.

Where: Eastsound, Washington
Cost: $135 a night

Hurricane Ridge Stay

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It just so turns out that you can glamp at a beautiful secluded tent just 1.5 miles from the Olympic National Park entrance station, and 5 miles from downtown Port Angeles. You’ll be nestled amongst ancient cedar, douglas fir, and alder trees.

Where: Port Angeles, WA
Cost: $160 a night

Mother Goose Cabin

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Glamping meets farm stay at this little cabin on a hobby farm. You’ll find both Sebastopol geese and about 50 chickens! Daydream about your future farm life while enjoying all the cuteness that this Airbnb has to offer.

Where: Clinton, WA
Cost: $152 a night

Enjoy your glamping adventures in Washington!