Glamping in upstate New York: 7 most popular luxury campsites


Pack up your sleeping bags and tent stakes – you won’t need any gear at these glamorous upstate New York campsites. You can enjoy the great outdoors hassle-free by booking a stay in one of these rentals listed on Glamping Center.

The site is a portal to over 1,000 glamping accommodations in upstate New York and has shared a list of its top rentals for 2018 with NewYorkUpstate.com.

Perfect for a family vacation or a romantic getaway, these glampsites allow you to enjoy the best of New York nature from the comfort of a cabin, tent, yurt or treehouse. modern.

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Arietta hut by the lake

Capacity 4 people
3 night minimum stay
From $ 268 per night

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When you visit the Adirondacks, nothing compares to having your own private lake access – and this rental comes with a dock and boathouse that stores four kayaks and a canoe. The two bedroom cabin, surrounded by forest, sits directly on Lake Piseco.

Inside, guests will find a cathedral ceiling, gas fireplace, TV room, kitchen island, and a window-facing desk perfect for writing and reading. Outside, this rental offers an outdoor shower, a fireplace surrounded by large Adirondack chairs, a hammock, a barbecue and a speaker system.

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Contemporary Cabin in Phenicia

Capacity 5 people
2 night minimum stay
From $ 240 per night

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Overlooking a stream in Phenicia, New York, this rental home nestled in the woods offers guests the perfect blend of natural recreation and luxury amenities. The cabin-like exterior, wood-burning stove, wooden deck and surrounding greenery allow you to enjoy the wilderness. Meanwhile, the modern kitchen, air conditioning, flat screen TV, Wi-Fi, and catering (optional) make you feel pampered.

Located on the side of Panther Mountain in the Catskills, this home is close to hiking trails and water access for fishing and kayaking. In winter, vacationers can ski or snowboard. Although the house is off the beaten track, it is only a short drive from the shops and restaurants of downtown Phenicia.

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Hudson Valley Treehouse

Capacity 5 people
2 night minimum stay
From $ 268 per night

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Don’t be fooled by the name – although high off the ground, this treehouse has the same accommodations as any other vacation home – not to mention a 2,000 square foot patio. Glampers looking for a little romance will love this two-bedroom, two-bathroom rental, perfect for a couple’s weekend getaway from New York City. (The treehouse is in the Carmel Forest, New York, just an hour’s drive from the city.)

Vacationers who love to cook will appreciate the full kitchen equipped with all the cooking utensils and appliances needed to prepare an entire home-cooked meal as well as a barbecue on the patio. The in-house Wi-Fi, cable TV and heating / air conditioning systems keep guests comfortable all year round. For indoor entertainment, this quirky and elegantly decorated home includes a comprehensive collection of cookbooks, DVDs (which guests can watch on a projector), new and vintage magazines, and a record player with various vinyls. Outside, guests can eat and drink on the wraparound deck for a night of serenity under the stars.

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Burdett Safari Tents

Sleep 2 people
2 night minimum stay
From $ 175 per night

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If you associate tent camping with sleepless nights on hard ground, these safari tents in Burdett may change your mind about spending time in the great outdoors. Don’t think of the park rangers – think of the front desk with a concierge and a continental breakfast.

The tents, raised on wooden platforms, feature hardwood floors, queen-size beds, comfortable seating, personal decks, lantern lighting, Wi-Fi and USB ports. Guests can take hot showers and get ready for the day at the newly constructed public baths which, like hotels, provide clean towels, soap, shampoo, and conditioner.

Located east of Seneca Lake, this glamp site gives glampers access to activities such as horseback riding, wine tasting, brewery tours, hiking, swimming, canoeing, jet skiing and more. the Peach. Safari tents are also not far from the Finger Lakes National Forest and the beautiful gorges of Watkins Glen State Park.

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Waterfront Cabin in Woodstock

Capacity 4 people
2 night minimum stay
From $ 273 per night

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Once a watermill, this waterfront cabin retains its original wooden structure, but with the added feature of a cedar deck that places guests directly above a stream. It has two bathrooms and a one and a half bath, a fully equipped kitchen, an open concept living room, large windows offering panoramic views of the stream and the forest and a stone patio.

While visiting, you can fish on the cedar deck, hike along the creek to a nearby waterfall, or cool off in the swimming hole. If you want to maximize relaxation, you can have a masseuse and a private chef for an additional cost.

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North River Canvas Cabins

Capacity 8 people
No minimum
From $ 134 per night

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Glamping meets vintage at this canvas cabin resort in North River, New York. This campground features two tents built on a wooden deck surrounded by wildflowers and the Adirondack Mountains. Antiques decorate the tents and the bathrooms and kitchen are inside a barn a few steps away, creating a shabby chic vibe. However, it is the unique location of the cabins that creates the best feature of the site. The glamping grounds are isolated enough so that there is no light pollution, which makes stargazing incredible.

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Modern Waterville Yurt

Capacity 3 people
2 night minimum stay
From $ 128 per night

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In the heart of the Waterville, New York countryside, campers can find serenity and stay comfortable in this secluded yurt. Although small, the yurt has electricity and running water, a mini kitchen, a bathroom with a shower, an oven and futons for three people. Outside on the deck are a table and chairs perfect for a sunrise breakfast or stargazing. The site also includes a charcoal barbecue and fire pit.

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Sally J. Minick

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