These 6 Spring Glamping Sites in West Virginia Will Leave You Speechless

Imagine camping in the beautiful rolling hills of West Virginia without compromising the comforts of home. From secluded tree houses to domes fit for avid stargazers, Almost Heaven crafts stunning scenery for glampers who aspire to try something new.

This spring, try out these six incredible glamping sites that will wow you during your visit to the Mountain State.

Country Roads Cabins

Hico, West Virginia

The New River Gorge National Park and Preserve makes a great place to explore West Virginia’s most scenic features. Nearby in the town of Hico, Country Roads Cabins offers unique rental stay options. Enjoy a stay in a luxury yurt, be one with the treetops in a treehouse or get cozy in a cabin.

These cabins promise a memorable stay and are even dog-friendly. Explore more of the New River Gorge’s 70,000-plus acres at new heights with Country Roads Cabins.

Three Otters Eco Retreat

Great Cacapon, West Virginia

Three Otters Eco Retreat in Great Cacapon has a little bit of everything when it comes to glamping. Rent one of five refurbished vintage trailers that are equipped with electricity, air conditioning and all the amenities of home in a mini package. If you’re into the early Mongolian lifestyle, settle in one of three beautiful riverfront yurts – all equipped with electricity, fans, end tables, queen beds, side tables, sofa beds, area rugs, lamps and plenty of ventilation for fresh air.

If you’re not one to necessarily leave the traditional house setup, you’ll love the three-bedroom cabin. This cabin features a full kitchen, full bath, living room and dining room. Linens and blankets are provided.

Three Otters Eco Retreat is just a 10-minute drive from the charming town of Berkeley Springs and just over 20 minutes away from Cacapon Resort State Park.

WV Glamping Domes

Alderson, West Virginia

Like you, the mountains also get spring fever in Almost Heaven. WV Glamping Domes in Greenbrier County offers a unique experience as their domes are settled on a historic property that is the site of an 1800s mill. Choose from Aromatic Cedar™ glamping domes that are equipped with air conditioning and heat, a hot tub, kitchen, bathroom, fire-pit, farm-to-table food service, kayaks, stargazing sky window and much more that sleep between two and four people.

The Manor glamping domes sleep between two and ten people and offer similar amenities with two private bathrooms, a large hot tub, Wi-Fi and much more. The Fireflight™ glamping domes are perfect for couples as they sleep up to two people and offer many of the same amenities as the larger domes. Come and see why The Washingtonian says this is a great glamping getaway within short driving distance from Washington D.C.

Greenbrier County is also home to iconic exploration destinations like Lost World Caverns and Beartown State Park.

Loves Way Village

Moorefield, West Virginia

For a stay that’s guaranteed to impress, make way for Loves Way Village in Hardy County on your list of destinations to go glamping. Choose from the King or Double Love Pod that comes equipped with WiFi, air conditioning and heating, electricity, bed linens, refrigerator, coffee pot, microwave and towels. There is also the King Hot Tub Love Pod, which, of course, has a relaxing hot tub for you to melt away your stress.

You will also be treated to a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains – no matter which Pod you go with.

Adventures on the Gorge Resort

Lansing, West Virginia

An adventure hub in Fayette County near Fayetteville, Adventures on the Gorge Resort offers perfect glamping accommodations for everyone who has an itch to explore new gems. Rest your head in cabins that sleep up to 12, Deluxe Outback Cabins that sleep between six and ten people and the Ames House that holds 14.

Enjoy amenities that compare to the comforts of home while soaking up views that only West Virginia can offer. Whether you’re with the entire family or with a group of friends, you will make memories that will have you coming back to make even more.

Staying in this area also puts you within close proximity to some delicious dining options like Cathedral Cafe and Pies & Pints.

Buffalo Trail Cabins

Bluefield, West Virginia

In the heart of the Hatfield-McCoy Trail Systems, Buffalo Trail Cabins provides ATV-friendly glamping experiences for those who need a place to crash after hitting the trails. Relax in one of the 2-4-person cabins, including Ronnie’s Roast, Nana’s Nest, Jason’s and Grandma’s Getaway. Amenities include linens, towels, a kitchen with utensils, hot water, WiFi, cable TV, heat, air-conditioning, a fire pit and charcoal grill.

Get cozy in a rustic treehouse that sleeps up to four people – equipped with four beds, a campsite, an outdoor water faucet and a 12×12 picnic table. While there is no air conditioning, heat, bathroom or towels, these rustic cabins stick to their roots and enable you to enjoy the natural setting at a deeper level.

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This post was last updated on May 1, 2024