Spending a night or two sleeping under the stars is a memorable experience at any time of the year, but if the thoughts of ‘pitching the tent’ fill you dread, then fear not. There’s plenty of luxurious places to go glamping in Idaho. You can experience the vast outdoors without giving up any home comforts.
Here’s our pick of the very best…
Best Places To Go Glamping In Idaho
Live out your childhood dreams with a treehouse sleepover! This three-story property located just outside Sandpoint has stunning views overlooking Lake Pend Oreille.
Guests have a private dock and seating area to sit back, relax, and enjoy the views. The whimsical treehouse has one king bed, a small kitchenette, and a small bathroom, and is best suited for two guests. You will need to climb steep stairs and a ladder. While there are handholds, it can still be dangerous, so it’s not suitable for young children or people with difficulty climbing.
Nestled near the Clearwater River, this lodge offers glamping tents with luxurious amenities. Comfortable pillow-top beds (King or Two Twins), Wood floors, Luxury wall-to-wall canvas tent, Small wood stove, Back porch, Private claw-footed soaking tub,
Pitcher and washbasin.
River Dance Lodge is an ideal location to explore a part of America that few know. Rich in history and culture; From Lewis and Clark passing near there over 200 years ago, to the Nez Perce Indians and the important site of “Heart of the Monster”. A history buffs dream!
At an elevation of 5780 feet, Willow Glamping Yurt is located at the spectacular area of Castle Rocks State Park. Visitors enjoy the outstanding recreational opportunities it has to offer. From climbing, biking, horseback riding, birding, photography, fishing, an archery course, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and miles of hiking trails.
The glamping yurt is in aq grassy meadow, with Almo Creek a short distance away. The yurt also has sweeping views of granite spires, monoliths, and Cache Peak. The yurt is equipped with electricity, king size bed, futon, propane heater, fire ring, picnic table, and propane grill.
A truly luxurious glamping experience can be found at Mary Janes. Uber plush beds, country-chic decor, and just a touch of glam make this cozy farm a must-stay.
The number of activities is endless from biking, birdwatching, breakfast campfire, catered meals, dining games, canyon hiking & trekking. You’ll be sure to be find plenty of things to enjoy throughout the day.
This site is on the banks of the Salmon River, which has some of the best steelhead fishing and whitewater rafting around. Several teepees are directly under shady trees where guests can sit back and enjoy the beautiful landscape.
More glamorous and scenic than a traditional tent, these rustic sleeping quarters will offer you a scenic experience like no other. The teepees are not furnished, so be sure to pack a sleeping bag and pad!
Huckleberry Tent & Breakfast offers three secluded campsites, each outfitted with a canvas-walled tent, screened camp kitchen with a propane stove and water pump, an airy comfortable outhouse and an outdoor heated shower.
You’ll enjoy a secluded home in the woods with everything you need to make your stay unforgettable. Cozy up to your own private fire pit that, with camp furniture and citronella candles to keep the bugs away!
These yurts have prime access to the best hiking trails in Idaho. The Stargazer yurt offers every guest its own unique setting and luxuries (some even have their own personal hot tubs).
There are no park employees on-site, so yurt renters should be familiar with the yurt Manuals and the specific Guide for the yurt they rent. The Yurt is only accessible by foot you must park and hike a short 200 yards to the yurt.