12 Best Yurts in Pennsylvania and other Glamping Getaways

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city, and go camping or glamping in one of these awesome yurts in Pennsylvania – a truly unique experience!

Experience Pennsylvania’s grandeur while camping in a yurt. Pennsylvania is full of culture and adventure and also pristine natural beauty every camper can experience. Today is the perfect time to plan for your next camping escapade anywhere in the state. 

Whether you prefer a modern and luxurious yurt, a rustic yet romantic and charming tent, or an off-grid campsite, you can choose from these 12 beautiful and unique yurt-come-tent accommodations we have gathered to make it easy for you. All you have to do now is to set a date and book your yurt.  

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Copperhead Retreat Glamping Tipi

Location: Kennerdell, Pennsylvania

Price: $105+ per night


This glamping tipi offers a leisurely accommodation overlooking the Allegheny River. Copperhead Retreat is perfect for a glamping experience in Pennsylvania. 

The tipi easily accommodates up to 4 guests as it is outfitted with a queen-sized bed and a sofa bed that converts to a full-size bed. Enjoy a picnic with your friends while BBQ-ing, and when it gets dark, you can gather around the fire pit with the other guests. Start your morning relishing the served continental breakfast, then indulge in the fun activities around the area like swimming and hiking. They also welcome pets! 

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Tipi in Pennsylvania
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The Glamper

Location: West Hempfield Township, Pennsylvania

Price: $200+ per night


The Glamper is not a yurt, but you can experience glamping at its finest here. This restored 1975 Airstream Land Yacht offers glamorous camping surrounded by nature and farm animals. Thus it’s named The Glamper. 

Everything is just perfect, from the outdoor kitchen and the fire pit to the kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom. It is decorated elegantly with modern touches. While here, guests can choose to just spend time and relax or explore the nearby attractions in West Hempfield Township. 

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Yurt Camping at Lake Raystown Resort

Location: Entriken, Pennsylvania

Price: $114+ per night


Yurt Camping at Lake Raystown Resort promises “the perfect getaway to enjoy nature’s playground.” Enjoy a comfortable camping experience with your family or friends while staying on one of the resort’s yurts. Each yurt is equipped with features enough to make guests feel at home. Inside, there’s a comfortable bed with linens, a mini-fridge, and a TV. A skylight at the peak of the roof lets you gaze into the night sky from the comfort of your toasty bed. 

Experience the thrill of Raystown and get ready to indulge in a whole bunch of adventure activities, including a waterpark, cruising, hiking, and much more. If you wish to have peace and quiet, you can enjoy your own space and have a picnic or make your own campfire in your own fire ring. Don’t book yet, though; we have plenty more yurts in Pennsylvania to share with you!

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Lake Raystown Resort
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Shawnee Riverside Glamping

Location: Shawnee on Delaware, Pennsylvania

Price: $114+ per night


Spending time in nature will help you overcome the daily stresses and distractions of the world. Shawnee Riverside Glamping offers an incredible glamping experience that allows guests to restart and calm their minds. 

Overlooking the wild and scenic Delaware River and located on the semi-secluded North Lawn of the Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort, each yurt blends nature and luxury effortlessly, creating a perfect home base for your PA trip. Each tent features one queen bed, one daybed, and a private deck. Have breakfast at the River room, go on a canoe trip or make s’mores from your own campfire. On-site amenities include guided hikes, an indoor pool and jacuzzi, and activities like hayrides and archery – you can enjoy all of this and more during your weekend getaway. 

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Airydale Retreat

Location: Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania

Price: $109+ per night


Spend a romantic getaway with your special someone/family in one of Airydale Retreat’s glamping sites. Airydale Retreat offers campsites with stunning nature and modern luxury in a new and refreshing way to experience yurts in Pennsylvania.

Different campsites come with different features to provide for each guest’s needs. Yet each features a cozy bed, a table with chairs for dining, a kitchenette, and an outdoor shower. The front porch is equipped with comfortable camping chairs. Other amenities include a campfire and picnic table for outdoor dining. 

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Big Bear Yurt at Jellystone Park

Location: Harrisville, Pennsylvania

Price: $94+ per night


If you’re looking for a campsite to bring your big family, then Big Bear Yurt at Jellystone Park is for you! Enjoy fun activities like swimming in the park’s pool, playing sports (basketball and golfing), crafts, and games with your family or friends at Jellystone Park. Both children and adults will have a wonderful time here. 

Big Bear Yurt is a 20’ diameter yurt and easily sleeps up to 6 guests. It features two sets of combo double/single bunk beds, a table, and chairs, and a kitchenette with a small refrigerator and microwave. A picnic table, charcoal grill, and fire ring are provided for your enjoyment right outside. Do note that you’ll need to bring your own bedding, pillows, towels, bath mat & toiletries.

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Yurts in Pennsylvania
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Luxury Safari Style Tents

Location: Dover, Pennsylvania

Price: $323+ per night


If you are looking for a secluded place to escape for the weekend in Pennsylvania, then this safari-style tent is perfect for you. Here, you can enjoy camping without sacrificing comfort.

Each tent features a wood-burning stove to keep you warm during the colder days. The main living space has a queen-size bed and a seating area, as well as a dining table and chairs. Outside amenities include a fire pit with a grill. 

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Pennsylvania Safari Tent
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Slippery Creek Farm

Location: Orwigsburg, Pennsylvania

Price: $80+ per night


Perched on a hill, overlooking the Christmas tree fields of the farm and the rolling valleys of the Blue Mountains, guests will enjoy camping on a farm. Guests can experience adventures like hiking, biking, swimming, or kayaking. Other attractions in the area include a tour of the old coal mines or Yuengling (America’s oldest brewery) and visiting quaint mountain towns like Orwigsburg and Hawk Mountain, one of the world’s best bird observatories. 

The tent features a queen bed, camp table and chairs, a fire pit, wood stove, campfire grill, and bathroom. It accommodates six guests and also welcomes pets. 

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Glamping in Pennsylvania
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Riverhouse Farm

Location: Mt. Bethel, Pennsylvania

Price: $135+ per night


Riverhouse Farm offers guests their own private retreat on the river. Set on a 40-acre farm in Mt. Bethel, PA, guests have an opportunity to enjoy the wonders of nature. Go for a swim, kayaking, canoeing, inner tubing, fishing, or just enjoy communing with nature. You might see foxes, owls, wild turkeys, and bald eagles if you’re lucky.  If you wish to explore the area, check the guidebook in your tent for directions to hiking trails, wineries, farm markets, music festivals, and antique shops. 

The tent features a queen bed, camp table and chairs, a fire pit, wood stove, campfire grill, and bathroom. 

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Pennsylvania Glamping Tents
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Secluded Off-Grid Yurt

Location: Mehoopany, Pennsylvania

Price: $205+ per night


For a romantic glamping experience, stay in this secluded off-grid yurt in Pennsylvania located in Champion Mountain. Even off-grid, guests are provided with the basic amenities, including bed linens, towels, gallons of fresh drinking water, a washbasin and dish, two solar chargers, and a flashlight. This yurt is the ideal vacation spot to unwind and disconnect!

Local attractions include canoeing down the scenic Susquehanna River, wine tasting at the local vineyards, fascinating antique shops, hunting (in season only), skiing, golfing, biking, hiking, and birding at the Wyalusing Rocks. 

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Off Grid Yurt in Pennsylvania
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Misty River Retreat

Location: Hopewell, Pennsylvania

Price: $224+ per night


Would you love to have your own little paradise in Pennsylvania? I found the perfect spot for you and your special someone. Here at Misty River Retreat, you get to spend a memorable time with your partner and enjoy nature simultaneously. 

This 20 Foot diameter bell tent offers a king-size bed, a YETI powerpack solar setup, a workstation, an ORCA cooler with ice retention of up to 10 days, and a deck overlooking the river. The bathhouse is solar-powered, and the water is propane-heated. Camp area amenities include a fire ring for campfires, a small grill for BBQ, and a table and chairs. You’ll have access to the riverbank, where they can fish and swim.

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Yurts in Pennsylvania
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Idyllic Getaway in a Colorful Yurt-Style Cabin

Location: Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania

Price: $262+ per night


Looking forward to spending a weekend getaway in nature with your family? This stylish yurt-like cabin is situated among the trees in a gated community near Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania is the perfect spot for a family of six.

This newly-renovated yurt-style cabin features floor-to-ceiling windows in the lounge, with colorful sofas, chairs, and rugs; a full kitchen, washer & dryer. Modern touches include Wi-Fi with a laptop-friendly workspace, plus a television with an Amazon Fire Stick in the lounge. Guests will have a full patio set for al fresco dining, plus other seating. Shared facilities include a swimming pool and gym. 

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