Stay tree houses, domes, log cabins and yurts in West Virginia
Technically forming part of the Southern United States, West Virginia holds an interesting position between Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. The state's slogan is "Wild and Wonderful," a perfect fit in conjunction with West Virginia's hilly and mountainous landscape. In fact, West Virginia is located entirely in the Appalachian Mountains, which has helped shape and form other parts of its history and culture, such as Appalachian folk music. Glamping in West Virginia will lead you to secluded, rustic cabins, tipis, and domes—learn the ins and outs of the flora of this state from an onsite course, or make your way to the Appalachian National Scenic Trail for an all-day hike. Suffice it to say, active and adventurous glampers will be in their own personal paradise while luxury camping in West Virginia. Unique glamping accommodations include tree houses, domes, log cabins and yurts in West Virginia.
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