Glamping in Georgia is a fabulous option for a holiday or staycation; especially if you cherish seclusion but don't want to sacrifice comfort. Plus, Georgia's relatively temperate weather offers plenty of opportunities for year-round camping/glamping trips.

Compared to traditional tent camping, Tentrr sites are "winterized". They typically include your very own wood stove inside the canvas tent, which itself is built on a wooden platform to raise you off the cold ground. Plus, you'll have a cozy queen size mattress for peak comfort, a fire ring outside the tent for extra warmth, and last but certainly not least...clean, private restrooms. So, load up your comforter, sheets & pillows, and drive out into nature for a truly memorable camping adventure.

With so many great options, it's a real challenge to choose the best glamping sites in Georgia. So, for this list, we’ve chosen to highlight 4 of our favorite glamping destinations across the Peach State—from yurts to bell tents, these spots are perfect for a family getaway, any time of the year!

1. Berry Farm Orchard View

Family sitting around a fire roasting marshmallows.
Photo by Lesli Peterson

Two hours from Atlanta you can camp in luxury at Berry Farm Orchard View. With over 23 acres dedicated to over 5,000 berry plants, this quiet and out-of-the way spot beckons. For a winter getaway, you’ll have your own wood stove. If you prefer views, this glamp spot is ideal—the surrounding farm is wide open countryside.

This is the perfect spot to relax, read a book, and soak in the quiet natural setting.

You’ll have a comfy bed, toilet adjacent to tent, and toilet paper and paper towels provided by hosts. If you don’t feel like cooking, the hosts are happy to provide lunch and dinner. Get to know glamping in Georgia on a working farm. You may decided to come back and pick berries in the summer.

2. Atlanta Glamping Tent Near Conyers

Glamping in Georgia

Near Conyers, not far from Atlanta, is an affordable getaway inside a luxury canvas tent. As with all Tentrr sites, you’ll find a wooden platform, 2 Adirondack chairs, and a lovely wooded setting. This camp is nestled among hardwood trees, at the end of a stone walkway. But this is much more to this site!

Inside the tent you’ll find a delightful and comfy queen bed where up to four campers and spend the night. Next door is an open-ceiling full bathroom with sink, shower and toilet. The tent is roomy, with plenty of indoor seating. Best of all, there is a working woodstove to keep everyone cozy both night and day. Cooking amenities include tea kettle and basic kitchen supplies.

The fire pit is large enough for a group, and next to it sits a BBQ grill. On the grounds of this glamp-tastic retreat, you’ll find a large, private dock that opens up to a pond. Pack your pup because dogs are welcome on the grounds!

3. Secluded Yurt

Luxurious glamping yurt with panoramic windows and circular rugs.

If you love space, you’ll want to check out another great glamping getaway in Georgia, also within an hour of the Atlanta area. Luxury glamp is a spacious home-away-from-home that sleeps up to six guests. It has a working bathroom with hot water, a huge outdoor space, and dedicated parking. This isn’t a tent—it’s an upscale yurt!

The grounds are not shared with any other campers. This yurt is much more like a luxury cabin than standard. Inside, you’ll find a 2-burner stove and sink, many square feet for lounging, a queen bed plus bunk beds, and a dining room table. Perfect for four, the outdoor deck is also expansive with plentiful seating.

This is an excellent winter destination, as the indoors is heated by woodstove.

The grounds include a short work to a private boat dock and view of the water. At $189/night this yurt is a steal for a private getaway.

4. Forester Farms and Apiary

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About an hour northwest of Atlanta, you can glamp at Forester Farms and Apiary Signature Site. The wooded enclave offers a canvas tent with room for four, located not far from Chatanooga, TN. This lodging is rated “winter ready.”

Inside the tent, a queen bed and twin night stands are set up and ready to go. You provide bedding and pillows. Outside, you’ll find chairs, a grill and a fire pit. As with all Tentrr sites, you’ll be provided with water and there is an outhouse on-site.

In this area, there is plenty to do if you love hiking or sightseeing. Several state parks and wildlife areas are within an hour’s drive: Ruby Falls, Point Park, and Cloudland Canyon State Park make wonderful day trips. The Lulu Lake land trust is another choice destination. The hosts get rave reviews and may be able prepare farm fresh meals for a fee.