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If you're currently on the hunt for the top places to go camping, Virginia should be one of the destinations you're considering this year. Home to the Shenandoah National Park which extends along the Blue Ridge Mountains, Virginia is home to some of the most scenic trails and outdoor places to camp in the U.S. Whether you're looking for luxury tent camping in Virginia, primitive camping, Virginia campgrounds with private hot tub rentals or the best RV campgrounds in Virginia; you can find it all here with Glamping Hub. Our collections of Virginia camping cabins vary from site to site and there really is something to cater to everyone here. With the current state of affairs in the U.S. and globally, glamping offers families and couples a unique opportunity to discover peace and quiet away from others in their own private retreats secluded in nature. Secluded camping in Virginia is a precious opportunity for first-time and veteran glampers to get out of the city and swap busy restaurants and bars for stunning Virginia attractions in nature, rich forested areas, and much more.
Look forward to mountain camping in Virginia when you book the top Shenandoah National Park rentals for scenic vacations with friends and family
Best places to camp in Virginia
As mentioned, Virginia is home to a variety of luxury campsites and rentals where guests can really enjoy some time away from it all in the best destinations to experience quiet camping in the U.S. So, if you're already based in populous cities in Virginia like Richmond, Norfolk or Charlottesville and you're looking for somewhere to settle down for a couple of days; check out this collection of VA rentals and discover the best places to camp in Virginia for yourself! For example, Virginia Beach rentals are some of our favorites thanks to the many benefits they offer glampers; enjoy close proximity to the beach, coastal views, and luxury amenities inside which will make your stay all the more comfortable and enjoyable. Alternatively, for mountain camping and even more scenic views, head to Shenandoah National Park where you can enjoy glamping in Virginia with Skyline Drive and the Shenandoah Valley ready to be explored. More top sights in Virginia include the Luray Caverns, a hot spot for cool camping nearby where kid-friendly activities in Virginia can also be found. Interested in camping near the North Carolina border? Be sure to check out the Blue Ridge Parkway and take a drive along this unmissable scenic route by the Appalachians.
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There are many extraordinary places to go camping in Virginia where guests can find some of the most unique rentals in the world, all designed to ensure a memorable glamping experience. Roanoke rentals are a great place to start and for anyone looking for 'farm camping near me' in Virginia, check out our dome rentals in Floyd, Lynchburg, and Fancy Gap for a unique experience glamping near Roanoke. Cabins near Richmond also come in various shapes and sizes and if you want to give the kids something they won't forget in a hurry, book luxury treehouse rentals near Richmond where the adventures can continue even when you return home. Hotels in Virginia simply can't compete with our VA rentals when it comes to family vacations from Richmond and when you arrive at your own luxury treehouse on Buttermilk Trail, VA, you'll be glad you decided to go glamping! If you want to take a dip in the ocean during your next summer getaways in Virginia, take a look at our Cape Charles rentals for beach camping in the state!
Best time of the year to visit Virginia
The best time of the year to visit Virginia is arguably between the months of April and October when guests can enjoy the oceanfront culture in the state. While this period is also considered to be the peak season in Virginia, glampers will be able to enjoy their Cape Charles rentals and beach homes in Virginia to the fullest! If you're looking to avoid colder weather, avoid booking your VA getaways from November to January when average lows of 26ºF in January are a possibility.