Planning a nature-filled getaway and looking for the coolest Glamping Maryland sites in 2023? That’s a solid plan, as Maryland is fast becoming a glamping hotspot of the USA, and it deserves all the praise.
The Mid Atlantic state, more famous for its cities than its countryside, is showcasing its wide-open spaces to the masses and putting on unique glamping experiences that will suit any style of traveler.
There are huts and cabins, tents and cabooses, treehouses and yurts, and they are all available for you to rent for the glamping trip of a lifetime.
These are the 15 best Glamping in Maryland experiences that are guaranteed ti please everyone!
1) The Treehouse – Lakefront w/ Hot Tub
Price: $593+ per night
Sleeps: 16 people (8 beds/6 BR/5 bath)
This massive luxury accommodation is a can’t-miss rental for large groups or a family vacation in the heart of the Maryland wilderness. You’ll be provided not only with sweeping lake views from the balconies, fire pit, or backyard dock, but also from the hot tub! Modern rustic touches throughout, you’ll feel pampered and at the same time unplugged and in touch with nature.
The Treehouse is a wonderfully whimsical getaway for those wishing to relax as well as anyone who enjoys any number of outdoor activities.
Guest review: “The house was very spacious, clean, and well maintained. I would certainly recommend The Treehouse and Taylor-Made to my friends and family. We are already thinking about returning in early fall. This was my first experience in Deep Creek Lake but will not be the last.”
2) Glamping Yurt at Yorkie Acres Farm
Price: $90+ USD per night
Sleeps: 4 people (1 beds/1 BR/1 bath)
The Yurt at Yorkie Acres Farm is a budget-friendly glamping offering in Maryland, with space to sleep up to four guests comfortably. The spacious yurt is located on a working farm, and features a king bed, sofa bed and air mattress.
Guests will find a pavilion right next door with a kitchen, as well as a bathhouse with a hot shower. If you visit in the summer, there’s an AC in the yurt, and a heater for winter stays. Friendsville is near to Pennsylvania and West Virginia and has wide open spaces as far as the eye can see.
Guest review: “This place was super super cute, they had a nice area to sit outside by the creek and the whole space was…