Best places to stay in the Tri-State Area: cabins, yurts, tree houses and more!
The Tri-State Area refers to the combined statistical area of parts of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut (though sometimes Pennsylvania, too), which is marked by the Tri-State Monument in Port Jervis, New York, where the Delaware and Neversink Rivers meet. Glamping in the TriState Area will bring you to a unique luxury yurt in New Jersey or to deluxe cottages, safari tents, tree houses, and more in New York—all of which offer travelers a tranquil place to get away from it all and disconnect from the madness of the modern world. For glampers who can’t be pulled away from their technological devices, however, never fear; many of these glamping sites have free Wi-Fi, so you’ll be able to check your email with ease from up in the mountains or deep in the forest. From an upscale tree house in Connecticut or on a plush houseboat or restored caboose in Pennsylvania, you’ll find that luxury camping in the Tri State Area will put you at the perfect distance from the big cities, should you so decide to head in for a day to take a break between hiking trips. Find the best places to stay in the Tri-State Area here!