The population of Washington State is said to be one of the most active in the U.S. and it is obvious why. With three national parks, nine national forests, thirty-one wilderness areas, and twenty-three national wildlife refuges, there is hardly room for any occupation that isn't related to outdoor recreation. Moreover, about sixty percent of the residents of Washington live in the Seattle metropolitan area, leaving endless acres of woodland, rainforest, and mountains open for exploration and entertainment of the open-air sort. As such, it is not surprising that glamping is ever-present in the evergreen state. Soaring tree houses, lakeside yurts, authentic tipi retreats, mountain bungalows, and luxurious canvas cabins have found homes in Washington's wilderness, and are now simply waiting for lucky glampers to find them.