Experience Nature in Style with Top Glamping Destinations near Mount Rainier - Visit Rainier
Cabin Exterior: Timbuktu at Wellspring

Experience Nature in Style with Top Glamping Destinations near Mount Rainier

Want to spend a few nights in nature but hate the idea of sleeping on the ground?

Enjoy the great outdoors without sacrificing your comfort! The Mount Rainier region has got your back! Experience the ultimate luxury camping experience – glamping.

Glamping offers all the joys of camping – fresh air and outdoor adventures – with the bonus of comfortable accommodations and the convenience of packing light. Arrive and find everything set up for you. In the Mount Rainier region, there are numerous glamping options to choose from, each with its unique features and charm. Alexander’s Lodge, for example, offers two yurts – the Paradise Yurt and the Sunrise Yurt – both of which come equipped with a cozy queen-size bed, seating area, electricity, and WIFI.

For those seeking a retro vibe, Darla the Glamping Trailer is a vintage 1950s camper trailer at Ashford Lodge.

The camper features a cozy bed, retro kitchenette, and seating area. Coming soon, Lulu the Glamping Trailer will make her debut this summer.

If you’re looking for something more luxurious, Happy Tails offers the Huckleberry Yurt.

This spacious Pacific yurt has a full indoor bathroom, kitchen, dining area, and even a wood stove. The queen-size bed is topped with a hybrid memory foam and latex mattress, complete with a mattress heater for those chilly nights.

Take your glamping experience, to new literal new heights at the new Iron & Vine Luxury Treehouse.

This new two-story, one-bedroom treehouse is nestled among towering fir trees and wrapped in a cloak of vine maples. It’s the perfect romantic retreat for couples or a decadent solo adventure.

For a touch of botanicals, Lavender Passion Flower Farm offers a Dome with a panoramic view of lavender gardens.

The plush bed and “boho” decor provide a relaxing and natural feel, making it the perfect spot to unwind after a day of exploring. And did we mention it’s within walking distance from Mineral Lake? Go swimming, fishing, or kayaking at the lake this summer.

For views of Rainier and a bucolic vibe look to Mason Jar Farm.

If you’re looking to disconnect and reconnect with nature, Mason Jar Farm offers a “tiny house” for guests to stay in. The Enumclaw farm is a short drive to shops, breweries, and restaurants in downtown historic Enumclaw.

For another farm stay experience, the Red Cabin at Left Foot Farm offers a rustic cabin on a working goat farm.

The farm has two cabins for guests. Each features a living room area, kitchenette, and bathroom. Linens, WIFI and electricity provided.

Timber River Glamping offers rustic glamping with a furnished tent.

Rest easy on a plush queen-size memory foam mattress. The campsite has a fire pit, picnic table, and restroom. Located near the Nisqually entrance to Mt. Rainier National Park.

And last but not least, Wellspring offers a range of glamping options.

From a cozy treehouse perched 15 feet up off the ground to rustic camper cabins nestled in the forest. The Timbuktu Cabin even offers a taste of African safari life.

No matter which glamping option you choose, the Mount Rainier region offers a truly unique camping experience that combines the beauty of nature with the comfort of home. So, pack your bags, grab your hiking boots, and get ready to explore the great outdoors in style.