Treetop Safari Tent Perfect for a Glamping Getaway in Idyllwild, Southern California
- ID authenticated
- Phone, email and address confirmed
- Hosted a verified guest
- Pets allowed
- Jacuzzi/Hot Tub
The tent opens onto a private deck that boasts sensational views of the valley below and the lush canopy of trees surrounding the tent. Here, glampers can sit back in the Adirondack chairs and enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning or a glass of wine as the sun sets. There is a propane barbecue for those delicious al fresco dinners and a hot tub awaits glampers and offers a luxurious experience. Just a short walk from the tent, the outdoor bathroom comes with hot and cold running water, a composting toilet, and a shower in the trees. Towels are provided by the hosts.
Hiking trails abound in the area and offer wonderful sights and sounds, while the village of Idyllwild is just as impressive with a vibrant art and food scene.
- 1 King-size bed
- Running water
- Outdoor furniture
- Linens and pillows
- Jacuzzi/Hot tub
The outdoor bathroom is about 25 yards from the tent and comes with a composting toilet and a shower in the trees.
Location + Surroundings
- National Park
- River, stream or creek
Driving from San Diego is two hours. LA is three hours Mon-Fri (due to a detour until Sept), two hours on the weekend. GPS will route guests correctly. The nearest international airport is about a 50-mile drive, in Palm Springs, while San Diego can be reached in just two hours.
- Meditation on-site
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
This glamping experience is located in Idyllwild, a picturesque village in the San Jacinto Mountains of California. The area is surrounded by wilderness and national parks and brims with outdoor recreation all year round. During spring, the scent of wildflowers fill the air and the lakes teem with a variety of fish. Lake Fulmor is great for trout fishing, while Lake Hemet is stocked with rainbow trout, catfish, big-mouth bass, and bluegill.
The Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail is a 38-mile trail that crosses Goat Rocks Wilderness and Packwood Glacier and is very popular during the summer months. Furthermore, mountain biking and rock climbing opportunities abound and popular rocks include Tahquitz and Suicide. When the snow falls, the area turns into a winter wonderland with some of the best backcountry skiing adventures in Southern California.
Idyllwild offers an impressive array of things to do and experience when staying here. The village brims with a fantastic art scene, vintage stores, and some great eateries including Cafe Aroma and the Idyllwild Brew Pub. There are live music spots and wine tasting tours in the area as well.
Check-in: from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
Campfires are prohibited.
The composting toilet has no plumbing and relies on separating liquids and solids. All glampers, including men, must sit to allow the toilet to convert all waste into fertilizer. There is a silent fan that runs constantly.
There is a propane heater in the tent, which can be used on the deck as well.