[leadin]Rent this spot in the woods, a private site in the Ozarks, for $49 a night. It’s among the hundreds of Airbnb “tent rentals” found around the United States, some with hammocks included.[/leadin]
Called Home of Hamping, the Ozark mountain get-away above, which is near Park HIlls, Mo., includes everything you need for a peaceful night in the woods, including firewood, marshmallows, and breakfast each day.
“Unplug while hanging out in America’s first ‘hammpground,’ luxury camping in hammocks,” notes the Airbnb description of the private retreat for two. Proprietors Keith and Benka rent it at $49 a night.
In total, there are more than 300 Airbnb “tent” rentals in the United States. They range from simple spots to pitch a tent from $10, to extravagant “glamping” seaside outposts that cost hundreds of dollars a night.
Below are a dozen Airbnb options — certainly not an exhaustive list — for anyone looking to spend a night or two in the woods. Check them out and get inspired for a weekend getaway. Not in your neck of the woods? Just type “tent” into the search field on Airbnb to see many more options.
Boutique Canvas Bell Tent: Union, Washington
Accommodating two people, this canvas bell tent lets you fall asleep in comfort while listening to the sounds of a babbling brook. Pets allowed. From $57 a night.
Three Whiskers Farm Campsite: Delhi, New York
Spend the night at a 150-year-old dairy farm in New York. This comfortable safari tent is set on a raised platform with a deck on a 10-acre private meadow with mown trails, two fire pits, and woodland areas. It has a queen-size bed with a “real mattress” and sleeps two from $145 a night.
Canvas Under the Stars: Cody, Wyoming
Enjoy western hospitality and sleep under the stars in a private canvas tent decked out with a real bed, no camping gear needed. The site includes an outdoor shower with hot water in the aspen trees in the yard. This site is off the beaten path for those looking for a little seclusion. For groups of two at $60 a night.
Camping With A Hot Tub & AC: Asheville, North Carolina
This private, fenced site near Ashville, N.C., comes with pleasures not common for the camper, including a hot tub and air conditioning. Hosts Joanna and Josh have earned five star reviews and the canvas tent sleeps up to four at $106 a night.
A Quiet Canvas Respite: Howard, Colorado
Stay in a 200 sq. foot tent on top of a hillside overlooking mountains and valleys and “the prettiest sunsets you’ve ever seen.” The only sounds you hear will be animals. The stars are ridiculous and the moon is so bright it casts hard shadows. There’s one queen-size bed with sheets and a pillow. The tent can accommodate up to four people for $50 a night.
Malibu Safari Chic Tent: Malibu, California
This five-star rated airBnB gives “total privacy and panoramic views of pure nature surrounded by native wildlife.” It sleeps two for $140 a night and has en-suite bath and solar-heated shower. It’s a “wifi-free zone” so you can really unplug just an hour away from Los Angeles.
Shambhala – peace and tranquility: Running Springs, CA, United States
Found 1.5 hours from Los Angeles, this mountain camp will whisk you away from the hustle and bustle of the city. As owner Tim touts, “Bring a bag of ice and an open mind; nature will provide the rest.” No stress at 6300′ in the clouds — welcome. Accommodates up to six at $58 a night.
Ozark Hammock & Tent Camping: Chattanooga, Tennessee
Whether or not you have gear, this space can put you up for the night on a two acre wooded lot with a fire pit. Elizabeth has gear to rent for up to two people and camping starts at $25 a night. Located 10 minutes from downtown Chattanooga.
Tent Cabin on Brook in Woods: Stillwater Township, New Jersey
Rent a two-room tent set up next to a cascading brook. It’s a short walk to an outdoor shower, community area, hot tub, and a grill. You can hike and bike nearby. 60 miles to New York City and 70 miles to Philadelphia, it’s an easy way to get away from the city for a night or two. Cost is $91 a night for two people.
The Lee, Glamping Tent With Deck: Dugspur, Virginia
Shaded by mature trees, overlooking pasture, on 100 acres with a superb view of the Blue Ridge mountains, this tent for two will give you a retreat from everyday stress. The raised canvas tent is even “mosquito free” according to the owner, has electricity, and available for $65 a night.
Delightful Tent Camping Adventure: Saint Petersburg, Florida
Fleeing the northern winter? This all-included campsite in St. Petersburg, Fla., will stay warm most of the year. The easy and relaxing tent escape has sky views and a queen bed. Enjoy grilling, wifi, full electric, and more at one of the highest rated beaches in the country. All the comforts of home including running water and showers. Kayak rental and boat trips can be arranged from the location. All set up and prep is done for you for $69 a night. Arrive and enjoy the beautiful location.