Are you looking for cool places to go glamping in Pennsylvania? Then this list is perfect for you!
Pennsylvania is a beautiful state full of rural areas and state parks.
Part of the Appalachian Mountains runs through the Keystone State and a lot of the state is fairly untouched.
That makes glamping in Pennsylvania the perfect outdoor activity, no matter the time of the year.
With that in mind, I’ve come up with some of the absolute coolest places in Pennsylvania to enjoy the state and go glamping.
There are yurts, cozy off-grid cabins, and even a tipi!
If glamping isn’t your thing, but you’d love to experience beautiful cabins in Pennsylvania, then make sure you check out my list of Pennsylvania Cabins.
For those that love glamping, let us take a look at the 14 Coolest Places to go Glamping in Pennsylvania!
14 Coolest Places To Go Glamping In Pennsylvania
River Mountain Glamping Pod
In Everett Pennsylvania you’ll find the River Mountain Glamping Pod.
The River Mountain Glampin Pod is essentially a glamping hostel.
Inside a large building that resembles a shipping container there are rows of sleeping pod bunk beds.
When you rent your pod you get to choose whether you’d like a top or bottom bunk.
You’ll also have access to a large bathroom in each building, a desk space, and a small kitchenette.
Outside the Pods there is a grill and fire pit for guests to use.
If you need packing tips here are some on how to pack lightly for your trip.
The River Mountain Glamping Pod is a really unique glamping experience for individuals who are looking to travel in the Pennsylvania woodlands.
Quaint Glamping Tent
The Quaint Glamping Tent is on the Fairview Farm in Granville Summit in Pennsylvania.
It is just above the farm itself and a small pond, and nestled against the woods.
Guests are also welcome to visit the working farm and use the pond as much as they’d like.
Inside the tent, you’ll find two separate spaces.
The entry of the tent is a large space with a woven rug and a small bench.
You’ll then walk into the main part of the tent.
The main space in the tent has a full-sized bed, a day bed, a small dresser, a rocking chair, and a small picnic dining table.
There is plenty of space to stretch out and enjoy the tent, but there is also a small patio for your use just outside the tent.
The bathrooms and bathhouse are just a short walk away from the tent.
The Quaint Glamping Tent is a cozy space to enjoy Pennsylvania glamping!
Whippoorwill Woods is the perfect Pennsylvania glamping experience for hikers.
You’ll be staying on over 100 acres of completely private Pennsylvania woods.
The host offers free guided hikes, or you can set out on your own. For 360 degree mountain views you only need to hike for about an hour.
The tent is completely secluded and you will feel like the only ones for miles because you will be.
Inside the tent you’ll find a cozy queen-sized bunk bed, so you can bring a small group or the family.
There is no wifi or electricity, but there is an outdoor camping shower and toilet.
Near the campsite there is also a fire pit, picnic tables, and a pop up tent for extra shelter.
You will love your stay at the Whippoorwill Woods camp site and it is one of the best Pennsylvania glamping sites.
On the Apple Blossom Farm in Orrtanna Pennsylvania is the groovy Serenity Airstream.
The Serenity Airstream is a permanently parked 1960s Silver Airstream camper.
The camper has been completely renovated and now it is a comfortable spot to go glamping in Pennsylvania for an individual or couple.
Inside the camper there is a comfy seating area with a tv, a small kitchen and bathroom, and a queen-sized bed.
Outside, there is a large patio space that has plenty of seating, a fire pit, and a grill.
Guests can use the hot tub on the property at an extra cost.
If you don’t like the sound of roughing it, but you want to be in nature and seclusion, then the Serenity Airstream is perfect for you.
Scandinavian Cabin Treehouse
The Scandinavian Cabin Treehouse is a unique glamping experience in Huntingdon Pennsylvania.
This may be considered more of a luxury glamping set up and it is a super cool one.
The cabin has been designed to look like a traditional Scandinavian and is a really cool place to stay.
It has all the modern amenities that you’d expect like wifi and electricity, but it feels like you’re staying in an old cabin.
There are two beds that are nestled into nooks in the walls, a small living area, a kitchen, and a private deck.
The Scandinavian Cabin Treehouse is located on the land of the Slovang Inn, which has tons of hiking trails, 70 acres of woodland, and more.
If you want a more luxurious glamping experience but something that still feels totally unique and cool, then you’ll want to stay at the Scandinavian Cabin Treehouse.
Copperhead Retreat Tipi
The Copperhead Retreat Tipi overlooks the Allegheny River in Kennerdell Pennsylvania.
There are a total of four camp sites at the Copperhead Retreat, and each have a unique tipi.
The four camp sites share a nice sized bathroom and bathhouse with a glass walk in shower and plenty of space to get changed.
At your campsite you’ll find a private tipi that has a queen-sized bed and a a pullout sofa.
So you can bring the family, come on your own, our enjoy the private tipi as a couple.
The campsite also has its own fire pit, a picnic table protected by an umbrella, and a bbq grill.
You’ll be able to enjoy the entire property and you’ll have direct access to the Allegheny River where you can enjoy watersports.
The Copperhead Retreat is a great places to experience Pennsylvania glamping.
Secluded Off-Grid Yurt
If you’d like to experience yurt camping in PA, then you’ll want to check out the Secluded Off-Grid Yurt.
Nestled in the woods on Mehoopany Pennsylvania, the Secluded Off-Grid Yurt is perfect for those who want to disconnect.
There is limited electricity in the yurt, but there is no WIFI and no tv.
Instead, you’ll be able to go hiking on the property, enjoy the nearby stream, or soak in the hot tub.
The yurt itself is very cozy with a queen-sized bed, a small kitchenette, and a super cool skylight in the middle of the yurt’s ceiling.
Outside there is a fire pit with seating and a deck with a hot tub.
Just steps from the yurt there is also a bath house that has a compostable toilet and a standing shower.
This is truly a unique yurt camping in PA experience and you will love your stay.
Eco Arts Cabin
If you are looking for an off-grid artists retreat then you’ll want to check out the Eco Arts Cabin.
The cabin is fully stocked with an eclectic and fun mix of décor and found items that makes for a truly cozy environment.
Guests will have access to the entire cabin which is a studio sized space.
There is a queen-sized bed, a large table to sit and do crafts, eat a good meal, or a puzzle on, and a small sitting area.
The cabin is technically ‘off-grid’. There is electricity, but no heat or air conditioning.
If you stay in the winter, you’ll need to keep the wood-burning fireplace going in order to keep the cabin warm.
On the property you’ll be close to a creek and there is outdoor space for you to use as well.
Outside you’ll find an herb garden you can enjoy, a yoga platform, and a small patio with a grill.
The Eco Arts Cabin is located in Pennsylvania’s beautiful Amish country, but you’ll still be close to great breweries and resturants.
If you are looking for a quiet and funky retreat away from the digital world then the Eco Arts Cabin is a great place to go glamping in Pennsylvania.
The Groovy Glamper
In Columbia Pennsylvania you’ll find The Groovy Glamper.
The moment you step through the front door you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time to the groovy 70’s.
That’s because The Groovy Glamper has been lovingly restored to all it’s 1975 glory. Inside you’ll find a fun space to call home for a few days.
There is a cozy sitting area, a bar that looks out the windows of the camper, and a small but fully equipped kitchen.
Towards the back of the glamper is a comfy full-sized bed.
Outside there is a large patio for guests to use.
It has a fire pit with seating around it, a large area for grilling, and a bathhouse.
The bathhouse is a newly built building with a large tile walk in shower. But there is also a fun mosaic tile bathroom in the glamper too.
If you are looking to be in the great outdoors but be in a cozy space a the same time, then the Groovy Glamper is a must stay.
In Lock Haven, Pennsylvania is the cozy rustic cabin lovingly named The Dollhouse.
The Dollhouse was built in the 1800s and sits on over 200 acres of beautiful Pennsylvania woodland.
Since the 1800s the cabin has been updated, but don’t expect a super modern space inside.
Instead its a cozy space with vintage appliances, a wood-burning fireplace, and you’ll even find the shower is actually in the kitchen.
Upstairs there is a king-sized bed and there is a little room that houses the toilet. It’s a unique set up for sure, but that’s what makes it interesting!
There is electricity throughout the cabin but there is no WIFI or tv. So it’s a little off-grid.
Outside you’ll be able to sit on the front porch and admire the lake in front of the cabin.
Or you can explore the 200 acres of woodland and enjoy watersports, hiking, and mountain biking.
The Dollhouse is the perfect home base for a couple looking to disconnect in a cozy cabin surrounded by the beautiful PA landscape.
In Millcreek Pennsylvania, families can come and explore and stay in the Tent Treehouse.
The Tent Treehouse is a large luxury tent perched on a large platform in the trees.
Because it is on the side of a hill, the back of the treehouse butts up to the side of the hill while the front gives you the illusion of being high in the trees.
On the side of the Tent Treehouse that is the raised platform you’ll find a large deck and a slide that lets you get down to the ground.
Under the platform there is a large picnic table and space for the family to hang out.
In the tent itself there is a queen-sized bed, a small sitting area, and a set of cot bunk beds.
There is no kitchen, so you’ll need to do all your cooking on the provided camp stove or on the fire pit.
Just a short walk away is the bathhouse where you’ll find showers and a toilet.
You’ll be immersed in the trees while you enjoy Pennsylvania Glamping in the Tent Treehouse.
Deer Path Tiny Cabin
The Deer Path Tiny Cabin is an off-grid cabin located in Ringtown Pennsylvania and is surrounded by farmland and woods.
You’ll be completely surrounded by nature and can enjoy the quiet serenity of Pennsylvania’s beautiful landscape.
The cabin is a one room cabin, which means everything is in one space.
There is a cozy living area with a couch and even a tv. Next to that you’ll find the fully equipped kitchen.
To the side of the main living area you’ll find a queen-sized bed.
The bathroom is towards the back of the cabin and has a compostable toilet and a small walk in shower.
Outside the cabin you’ll have full access to explore the grounds and there is a large patio for you to use.
There you will find a nice grill, a fire pit, and an outdoor dining set.
Enjoy the stars every night before you go to bed and relax in the quiet tranquility of nature at this cozy Pennsylvania glamping cabin.
Glamping at Airydale
If you are looking for a cozy tent experience then the Glamping at Airydale tent is a must-see.
The large tent is located in Mill Creek Pennsylvania near Raystown Lake.
In front of the tent you’ll find a nice sized deck with a tarp to protect you from the elements while you sit outside.
Stepping into the tent itself you’ll find a cozy space.
There is a full-sized bed in an iron bedframe, a small bistro dining table, and even night stands.
Outside the tent there is a picnic table, a fire pit, and an outdoor shower.
You’ll need to know how to cook over an open flame or on a camping stove because there is no kitchen.
It is an elevated camping experience where you’ll be immersed in the beautiful PA woodlands.
Magical Off-Grid Treehouse
Near the Endless Mountains in rural Pennsylvania is the Magical Off-Grid Treehouse.
The Magical Off-Grid Treehouse is a beautiful red treehouse perched amongst maple trees, which makes it a beautiful glamping in Pennsylvania experience in the Fall.
You’ll be 30ft in the air enjoying stunning views and the cozy charm of the treehouse.
Inside the treehouse there is minimal electricity. You’ll be given a generator to use to charge any of your electronics, but that’s about it.
There is a small living area and bathroom and a kitchen of sorts.
You’ll do all your cooking on the propane grill on the deck, but there is a kitchen space for you to prepare your meals.
In the kitchen space is where you’ll find the dishware and cooking equipment.
Outside there is a private deck and on the ground below you’ll find hammocks and a fire pit.
The Magical Off-Grid Treehouse is a wonderful place to experience Pennsylvania glamping at its finest.
I hope you enjoyed this list of 14 Coolest Places to go Glamping in Pennsylvania!
Have you ever experienced Pennsylvania glamping? If you have, or if you’ve stayed at one of these great places, let me know in the comments!
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