Glamping is a wonderful way to enjoy the rolling green hills and lush meadows of the Pennsylvanian countryside—without having to totally "rough it". Glamping allows you to be fully outdoors, yet enjoy some of the conveniences and comforts of home, like a real bed and some solid camp furniture.
Many of Tentrr's camping & glamping sites are actually set on privately owned land. These unique accommodations will sometimes include access to your own private swimming holes or tranquil riverfront views; truly perfect settings for kicking back and recharging. Here are four fantastic Pennsylvanian glamping spots, ideal for a weekend getaway or a mid-week retreat.
This lovely glamping site is situated right alongside the Deleware River. It's outside Belvidere, Pennsylvania on a 40-acre farm where sightings of bald eagles, owls, and wild turkeys are common. You can swim, fish, or set sail on a kayak right from the campsite. Or, you can just relax on the tent porch and listen to the calming sounds of the river.
A variety of restaurants and shops are just 10 minutes away. Plus, there are also hiking trails, wineries, and antique shops in the nearby area. The site itself sleeps four campers and there’s a fire pit, grill, and sun shower available for use.
If you’re looking for a secluded camp spot with your own private fishing hole, the Elk Valley Creekside Tentrr is the spot for you. This glamping site is nestled among the trees just steps away from Elk Creek. The creek is a tributary of Lake Erie, and is usually brimming with brown trout and steelhead. The host is an avid outdoorsman and can give you advice on the best places to go fishing.
The Elk Valley Creekside campsite is just outside the town of Girard. This location means it's about 30 minutes from both Erie, Pennsylvania, and the gorgeous sandy beaches at Presque Isle State Park. The campsite comes stocked with firewood, a camp table, wood stove, and all sorts of extras to make your stay as cozy as possible.
This super peaceful Tentrr campsite is tucked into the Deleware River Valley—only 90 minutes from New York City. The canvas tent accommodates two campers, and a spare tent is available to sleep two additional guests. You can bring your own linens or pay a little extra to have them provided by the host. Site amenities include an outdoor shower, fire pit, and double hammock.
There’s plenty of hiking trails to explore around Barkley’s Resort. Or, you can sit back and relax at camp, listening to the creek that meanders through the site. Pets are welcome here and there are plenty of spots for them to cool off in the creek.
Located on the border of Pennsylvania Dutch country, the Slippery Creek Farm campsite is nestled into a picturesque hillside. Guests will have views that overlook the Blue Mountains, just outside of Orwigsburg. Plus, from the platform deck of your tent, your views stretch across a nearby Christmas tree farm. There are also numerous hiking trails that head out into the hills, right from the campsite. This particular site sleeps six people and features a swimming pond, fire pit, picnic table, and more!