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Modern Luxury Elevated Cabin for Tree House-Style Experience in Seattle
Tree Houses
Seattle, Washington (United States of America)
Olympic National Forest Glamping Village for the Ultimate Northwest Outdoor Adventure
Safari Tents
Lilliwaup, Washington (United States of America)

Visit Washington State for glamping getaways

Perched in the northwest of the United States, Washington is an excellent destination for a glamping getaway. Its coastal location and varied terrain make it ideal for outdoor enthusiasts and avid explorers. Whether you’re looking to spend some time in the Rocky Mountains, Columbia Plateau, Cascade Mountains, Puget Sound Lowlands, the Coast Range, or the Olympic Mountains, this state has it all! 

After you have spent some time adventuring in nature, check out the impressive cities in Washington. With places like Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia, and more, you’ll never be stuck for something to do here.

Top Things to Do in Washington State

When heading to Washington for a glamping break, you’re likely wondering what to do in the great outdoors - we’ve got you covered! With the Pacific Ocean hugging the state's impressive coastline, you have a plethora of pristine beaches to choose from. These provide the ideal place for those hoping to relax and unwind. 

When wandering around Washington, you will also discover its huge lake offering (over 8,000 of them)! These are excellent for watersport enthusiasts as there are several opportunities to try out surfing, sailing, rafting, jet skiing and much more. 

Washington is also the perfect destination for anyone hoping to catch a glimpse of impressive wildlife. Here you will find incredible whale watching opportunities, alongside much more of the state's wildlife throughout its national parks and dense forests. Whatever you’re hoping to get out of your luxury camping trip, you will be sure to find it in Washington

When is the Best Time to Visit Washington?

The best time to make the most out of a glamping trip in Washington is to visit between June and September. This is when the weather is at its best with high temperatures ranging from 65° to 80°F. With hot sunny days and plenty of blue skies, visitors are able to make the most of all that the state’s great outdoors has to offer. Enjoy the watersports at the beaches or the lakes, or hike into the mountains and take in the vast vistas. 


You will also find that summer is a great time for festivals, creating a lovely atmosphere in many towns and cities. Although, for anyone hoping to make the most out of the winter sports in Washington, winter is a great time to do this. There are some excellent ski resorts here, providing the perfect place to hit the slopes and head back to your cozy cabin or other glamping accommodation after.

Where is the best place to glamp in Washington?

There are several amazing places across Washington state, making it ideal for all types of adventurers. Places like Whidbey Island, Greenwater, Seattle, Lilliwaup and much, much more are all popular glamping spots. Use our search tool to filter your camping preferences, this will help you discover your next perfect getaway!

What are the national parks in Washington?

Washington boasts many natural wonders, making it perfect for glamping enthusiasts and outdoor lovers. Places like Olympic National Park, Mount Rainier National Park, Grand Teton National Park and the North Cascades National Park, all display much of the state’s beauty. Wander through the parks and enjoy the multiple hiking trails on offer, the perfect way to truly disconnect and unwind.

How do you stay warm while glamping in winter?

If you’re planning a trip to Washington in winter, you might be surprised to know that you can still make the most of a glamping trip during this time! With many accommodations offering heaters, log burners and open fires, you can hit the slopes during the day and cozy up in your camping rental by night!

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