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The 7 Best Places To Go Glamping In Vermont

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 Vermont. You can experience the vast outdoors without giving up any home comforts.

Here’s our pick of the very best..

The Best Places To Go Glamping In Vermont

1. Moose Meadow Lodge & Treehouse

This magical treehouse redefines glamping, featuring a living & dining area on the first floor with an expansive wrap-around deck and a stunning bedroom on the second floor. The lodge provides “tree service” and deliver breakfast to you each morning.

This secluded 86 acre property boasts impressive mountain views, private trails, trout ponds, and Firepits for BBQs. In the winter months be sure to make use of their complimentary snowshoes & sleds.

2. Yurt- Putney 

Experience a modern-day yurt in the middle of nature, with all the necessary things needed for a great stay. Electricity, hot running water, a wood stove, fire pit, deck, and a kitchen.

The place is surrounded by walking trails and multiple downhill ski resorts, making it perfect for all seasons. Make sure to take advantage of the outdoor fire pit, the perfect place to sit with a blanket at night and stargaze.

3. Rambling Ridge

Perched on top of 120-acre mountain property with sweeping views and gorgeous sunsets. This remote property is truly one of a kind.

Spend your day wandering and exploring the stunning landscape, with many activities such as biking, fishing, paddling, snow sports, and swimming. You’re guaranteed to have an adventure-packed day. In the evening sit out on the spacious deck and cozy up with your favourite drink.

4. Northwoods Gypsy Wagon

This off the grid wagon is a serene and peaceful escape. With an indoor cooking stove and a potbelly stove for the cooler nights, you’ll be sure to find your inner zen here.

This is a true experience for those who want to live in the wilderness for a few days with no running water, electricity (no indoor plumbing). However, there are some essentials provided such as freshwater, battery operated lights, candles, oil lamp, coffee/tea setups, and cooking/eating utensils. Wi-Fi is not available and cell coverage is spotty. A true escape from busy life.

5. La Lu Farm Goat Yurt

Located on a working goat farm, with views of rolling hills and a picturesque road in Warren town.  This beautiful escape is ideal for animal lovers with their 50 goats and Chickens, you’re guaranteed to see some roaming around.

With close access to the river, the views from this yurt are simply stunning. Enjoy a fire at night with their firepit, ideal for roasting smores or warming your hands on those colder nights. The yurt has a futon and a night table, however, you must provide your own linens. Join in on the farm activities such as milking, feeding baby goats, and planting a garden (available upon request).

6. The Horse Run-In

Situated on the edge of the national forest. With a pond on the property where you can swim, fly fish, and bird watching. Surrounded by farms on all sides where you will see horses and sheep.

Relax and unwind in their hot tub which provides stunning views of the Stratton and Bromley ski mountains. If you are lucky, you’ll be able to see moose and bears! They also have a brand new sauna by the pond. A perfect escape for all seasons.,

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7. Beach Bunkhouse

Located in a beautiful wood directly behind the beach, just a short walk to the beach along the brook. As you reach Lake Willoughby you are greeted by a breathtaking view of the beach, the water, and the mountains.

The bunkhouse is cozy and ideal for a couple’s break, with a full-sized mattress and a battery-operated lamp. There’s all that you need to relax and unplug from a hectic and busy life.

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Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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