Pennsylvania Glamping

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Pennsylvania glamping:
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Why Choose Glamping in Pennsylvania?

The state of Pennsylvania has long attracted tourists and visitors. They come to see the rich history and perfect combination of metropolitan life, quaint small towns, vibrant forests, and lush countryside. Despite industrial growth and deforestation across the country, forest land still accounts for over 50% of the terrain in PA. Several Pennsylvania attractions can be admired in the glorious Appalachian Mountains, with the most significant subranges being Allegheny and the Poconos.

Camping in PA is great year-round and during the warmer months. Watersport enthusiasts flock to the state to go kayaking and white water rafting on some of the biggest rivers in the country. Getaways here really are the perfect blend of charming colonial culture and outdoor adventures.

Top Things to Do in Pennsylvania

There are so many amazing ways to spend your trip in Pennsylvania. Popular outdoor attractions include the beaches and winding trails of Presque Isle State Park, home to Lake Erie and its prime conditions for fishing and kiteboarding. Another renowned attraction is the Laurel Highlands which spans 3,000 square miles and is home to world-class skiing resorts and many hiking trails. 

Architecture enthusiasts will love a tour of the mystical Fallingwater constructed by the famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. This is situated in a tranquil area of the Laurel Highlands. Mountaineers can head to northeast PA for the valleys and ravines of the 67,000-acre Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, in the Poconos. Rentals of kayaks, canoes, and bikes are easily found, making this vast area a big hit with families and friends who want to get out on the water or explore the area. 

Visiting Amish Country in Lancaster, kayaking down Slippery Rock Creek Gorge, and stargazing in Cherry Springs State Park are just a few more incredible things to do in Pennsylvania. Camping has also long been a favorite pastime for visitors enjoying a PA getaway.

When is the Best Time to Visit Pennsylvania?

 Pennsylvania sees the majority of its tourism during summer when there are highs of 90°F (30° C) and lows of 70° F (20° C). Winter welcomes snow sports enthusiasts to the slopes with highs of 55° F (13° C) and lows of 28° F (-2° C). While the changing foliage in autumn also attracts lots of visitors. Local events in PA include well-loved Punxsutawney Phil waking from his slumber on Groundhog day in Pittsburgh (February 2nd). Bethlehem’s Musikfest (August), and the Philadelphia Marathon (November). 

No matter what time of year you choose to visit Pennsylvania, you will find lots to do and see across the state. With warm summers and snowy winters, there is something for everyone here, all year round.

Is there luxury glamping in PA?

There are so many different glamping types in Pennsylvania, you can find the perfect luxury accommodation for you. Whether you’re looking for a lavish villa, stunning a-frames, or rural cottages, there is something for all in this stunning state. Browse the glamping collection and filter your search to find the best one for you! 

Is there glamping near Pittsburgh, PA?

You can find your perfect rental near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with glamping accommodations in Jamestown, Emlenton, Slippery Rock, and more. This provides the ideal opportunity to explore the great outdoors alongside the lovely city.

Are there glamping domes in Pennsylvania?

There are many different types of glamping accommodations in Pennsylvania, with domes being a favored option for many. These rentals provide the perfect blend of indoor, and outdoor living. You can rest easy in your cozy dome while staring up at the sky or the stunning vistas surrounding you.