West Virginia Glamping

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West Virginia glamping:
What you need to know

Why Choose Glamping in West Virginia?

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.

Top Things to Do in West Virginia

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, 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 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.

When is the Best Time to Visit West Virginia?

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 trips, fitted with heaters, extra blankets, air conditioning, and more to make you feel at home. 

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!

Can you stay in a dome in West Virginia?

There are some excellent domes available for glamping in West Virginia. These provide the perfect place to stay in nature, all whilst enjoying the comfort of a cozy rental. Whether you’re visiting with family, friends, or your partner, domes are the ideal glamping type for a range of vacation itineraries.

Where are the best sites to glamp in West Virginia

There are so many amazing places to glamp across West Virginia, it can be difficult to narrow it down to one. From Harpers Ferry to Philippi and Hico, there are so many great destinations that offer a range of activities for visitors.

Are there luxury glamping places in West Virginia?

Yes! There are several luxury accommodation types in West Virginia. From cozy cabins to lavish villas and unique yurts, you get to pick from a wide selection to choose the best one for you!