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Stunning Tree House Rental in the Forest near Beckley, West Virginia
Tree Houses
Hico, West Virginia (United States of America)
African-Themed Safari Tent for Glamping in West Virginia
Safari Tents
Hico, West Virginia (United States of America)
Fantastic West Virginia Glamping Retreat near Oglebay Park
Tiny Houses
Triadelphia, West Virginia (United States of America)

Go glamping! West Virginia vacations

West Virginia is much more than country roads; explore West Virginia and discover a state full of surprises. Start in the sprawling hills of the Mid-Ohio valley through to the enchanting peaks and plateaus of the Potomac Highlands and enjoy all that West Virginia has to offer. With amazing outdoor destinations like Blackwater Falls State Park, Summersville Lake, or the New River Gorge National River, families, friends, and couples alike will delight in the outdoor adventures available here. And the best way to vacation in West Virginia? Glamping. West Virginia is a great place to enjoy a glamping getaway, just take a quick look at our WV vacation rentals and you’ll see why! Among our many locations for glamping in West Virginia, you’ll find state parks for camping, cabin lodging, WV cottages, and even West Virginia tree houses. Whether it’s a tree house, West Virginia state park, or even a yurt, West Virginia is home to some amazing outdoor rentals for some really inspiring vacations. Get outdoors for your next trip and relax in the fresh air, as you de-stress from the week past. So if you’re looking for a romantic weekend getaway or family vacation ideas, Glamping Hub is here to help you book your WV lodging in some of the best places to visit in West Virginia. Discover one of the best kept secrets on the East Coast and go glamping in WV! Cabins, campgrounds, tree houses in West Virginia, State Parks camping and more await.

Things to do in WV

West Virginia, despite being a rather small state, is home to a large variety of outdoor adventures and Glamping Hub is here to help you do it all! From things to do in Morgantown, West Virginia to the most amazing yurts in WV, go glamping and get outdoors for your next vacation. Whitewater rafting, rock climbing, fishing, hiking and more await adventurers in the Appalachian Mountains, while those looking for some rest and relaxation can plan a day at one of the many luxurious spas with natural mineral springs. From adrenaline-pumping adventures to mountain towns with art galleries and live music, West Virginia’s scenic route is well-worth the time. There are so many things to do in WV, no matter the season, and a great way to further enjoy these outdoor activities is by glamping. WV has four, full seasons, meaning that depending on when you go, you could either go snowshoeing or water skiing, apple picking or cycling, and so much more. Outdoor tourist attractions in West Virginia can be found all across the state, and of course, near a wide selection of Glamping Hub rentals. WV tourism spots perfect for summer vacations include Blackwater Falls State Park and Babcock State Park, New River Gorge National River and the New River Gorge Bridge, Monongahela Forest, and Summersville Lake. There is also Dolly Sods Wilderness and the Appalachian Trail, where you can find some of the best hikes in West Virginia. Yurt rentals, WV camping sites, and secluded cabins to rent in West Virginia can be found near all these locations! Come winter, check out Snowshoe Mountain Resort or Canaan Valley Ski Resort for some great fun in the snow. The ski resorts have slopes perfect for all ages and abilities, and everyone is guaranteed to have a great time. So whether you choose our cabins in Canaan Valley, tree house rentals, WV campgrounds, or yurts in West Virginia, you’re sure to find yourself in some pretty amazing outdoor locations. Go luxury camping in West Virginia! Camping cabins are waiting to be enjoyed!

West Virginia weather & when to visit

West Virginia is a state with four distinct seasons, so make sure you know what you want to do outdoors before you book! All of our rentals are comfortable for winter or summer vacations, fitted with heaters, extra blankets, air conditioning, or whatever other amenities guests might be looking for to make them feel at home. The best campgrounds in West Virginia can be a summer or winter vacation spot, and the same could be said for our tree house rentals in West Virginia. Find vacation rentals and lodging complete with whatever facilities or amenities you might need based on the season you decide to visit. West Virginia weather can be surprising for many. Temperatures in the winter can be as low as 20° F (-6° C) while summer stays around 85° F (29° C). No matter the temperature, West Virginia camping is a great and comfortable way to get outdoors! Find the best camping in West Virginia & State Parks camping on Glamping Hub. In no time at all you could be strolling along a picturesque hiking trail and enjoying your break in style. Why would you look anywhere else when booking a stay in West Virginia state parks? Cabins are available today and are not to be missed out on.