If you know anything about Washington State, you know that going camping is a must. After all, when it comes to planning a weekend getaway, who wouldn’t want to be immersed in the beautiful nature of the Pacific Northwest? But, spending the night without toilets, electricity, and air conditioning isn’t for everyone. Because of this, opportunities to go glamping in Washington State are popping up everywhere.
Now, you can enjoy the outdoors without sacrificing the luxuries of a hotel room. We’ve rounded up 5 of the best locations to go glamping in Washington State so you can start planning your next weekend trip. Get ready to camp in style.
Soap Lake Resort is located directly on the shores of the world-renowned Soap Lake. This naturally mineralized lake is known for its healing water with a “soapy” texture and DIY mud baths. With family-friendly, lakefront cabins, Soap Lake Resort is perfect for a weekend of glamping and relaxation.
Each cabin has a unique mix of new furnishings and local antiques, creating a healing and rustic ambiance. You have access to Wi-Fi, cable TV, barbecues, full bathrooms, and complete kitchenettes or kitchens. Plus, they’re pet-friendly.
Also, your cabin is just a few steps away from the lake! Whether you’re feeling adventurous or would rather spend your day relaxing, there is something for everyone. Most guests enjoy their time kayaking, hiking, sunbathing, and taking a dip in the refreshing lake.
You won’t find any shops or dining on this private island, but you will find an adventurous glamping experience. It’s located about 90 minutes from Seattle and can accommodate one to eight people.
This specific glamping spot has an on-site laundry facility, a shower, and even a wood-burning stove. Socialize in one of the many indoor lounge spaces, or kick back and relax in the garden deck area. Also included are two kayaks, a rowboat, and crab pots!
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If you love a tranquil atmosphere with a woodsy feel, you’ll love what the riverfront cabin property has to offer. Huge windows and lush, carpeted floors make this camping trip feel like home. Enjoy a full kitchen, flat screen TV with a DVD collection, and plush, pattern sofas after an adventurous day.
This stunning cabin, located directly on the Wenatchee River, is only a 3-minute drive away from the city-center of Leavenworth! This town is a Bavarian-styled village, perfect for enjoying a hefty German meal and experiencing European culture, right here in Washington!
If you would prefer a romantic getaway for two, consider staying in an intimate tipi. Located on Bainbridge Island, these accommodations come equipped with a comfortable queen size bed, tables, warm robes, log rocking chairs, and reading lamps.
Step outside and go about 20 steps to reach the charming bath hut tucked away in the trees. Take in the views while sitting in the outdoor furniture, or simply sit together in the fire pit and enjoy each other’s company.
Thanks to cedar lined walls, cascading views, and plentiful windows, staying at Treehouse Point will make you feel like you’re sleeping on top of a blanket of trees. These rentable treehouses, located 30 minutes outside of Seattle, have everything you need for a comfortable stay.
Included with your rental, you have access to heat, full bathrooms, Wi-Fi, board games, a multi-purpose event space, and more. You can also add-on yoga, a massage, or tai-chi lessons.
Where awe-inspiring nature meets modern luxury, glamping allows you to enjoy glamour and camping simultaneously. Whether you’re traveling as a family, in a couple, or as asolo-traveler, head over to Soap Lake Resort for the perfect glamping getaway. With beautifully crafted, lakefront cabins, you are sure to satisfy your camping-craving.