20 BEST PLACES TO GO GLAMPING IN TEXAS, the Lone Star State of Texas is the largest state in the contiguous United States and is home to many wild, undeveloped areas where you may completely disconnect from technology and appreciate the natural side of the nation. But camping is one of those pastimes that people either love or despise. The capacity to appreciate the natural beauty of the surroundings is cited by some who favor it, while those who object to it point to problems like bad cleanliness or a lack of comforts and conveniences as reasons why it’s not for them.


What if you could have the best of both worlds? That’s exactly what’s on offer with the popular trend of glamping in Texas. Looking for comfortable, high-tech camping experiences offering the benefits of camping without the need to “rough it”? Here are the 20 best places to go glamping in Texas to help you enjoy the real side of Texas as comfortably and conveniently as possible.




udoscape Texas glamping bubble pod internal
Here’s why Udoscape is a fantastic glamping experience in Texas – the cool bubble pod is lavishly furnished so you can sleep in style with views of the landscape. Photo: Udoscape.

Udoscape is unique even in the glamping world, as it allows you to stay in a futuristic bubble pod.

It has out-of-this-world views and amenities like hot tubs, fire pits, private bathrooms, and air conditioning.

You can get back to nature in a location that keeps you wholly rooted in the 21st century.

Udoscape is at 19508 Boggy Ford Road, Lago Vista, 78645.



Glamping Texas Collective Hill Country – A Retreat At Montesino Ranch
Another place to go glamping in Texas is the Collective Hill Country Retreat At Montesino Ranch. Photo: Collective Hill Country Retreat.

Collective Hill Country allows you to select one of their beautifully styled and furnished glamping tents, complete with working electricity and Wi-Fi and stunning views of the scenic surroundings.

This perfect balance of nature and convenience is furthered by gourmet wining and dining experiences and more traditional campfires and BBQ pits.

Throw in a horse ride off into the countryside, and this is a destination that perfectly demonstrates traditional glamping in Texan style.

Collective Hill Country is at 7431 Fulton Ranch Road, Wimberley, 78676.


Tentrr tent, deck chairs, fireplace and picnic table with a forest backdrop
Tentrr Hidden Forest is one of the sites to go glamping like a local.

If you’re looking to go camping in unusual places without the hassle of setting up a tent, Tentrr has a range of off-the-grid campsites in stunning natural locations across the state.

The company provides safari-style canvas tents with either a queen-sized bed or a bunk bed, with tables and chairs on a raised timber platform.

The company partners with landowners to offer accommodation facilities in stunning outdoor locations to help visitors camp in comfort.

Here are some Tentrr Signature Sites to check out:
Agave (Johnson City) – go wine tasting as it’s near wineries, breweries and distilleries. Access to free WiFi and kitchen.
Prickly Pear (Johnson City) – Texas Hill Country near Pedernales Falls State Park. Activities include kayaking, horseback riding, hiking and biking. Pets allowed.
Campsite near Brazos River (Bellmead)– go fishing, kayaking and horseback riding. Pets are allowed at no extra charge.
The Cedars Ranch (Wimberley) – near Canyon Lake. Pets allowed.
Texas Glamp Camp (Montgomery) – hammocks, tree swings and bird watching. Near wineries, farms and farmer’s markets.
Hidden Forest (Montgomery) – Hideaway in Sam Houston National Forest. Activities include hiking and horseback riding.
Painted Lady (Amarillo) – Hiking, wildlife preserve and stunning sunsets
Texas 1873 (May) – Near Lake Brownwood, cooking facilities, pets allowed.
Shabbat Retreat (Riverside) – lakefront camp, pets allowed.


glamping tent with a luxe safari vibe
Lost Horizon is another place to go glamping in Texas for a safari vibe.

Enjoy a slice of Africa on a luxury safari glamping vacation at Lost Horizon in Texas Hill Country.

The luxury safari retreat has three tented suites with private bathrooms, decks, outdoor dining areas, verandas and timber floors.

Suites are heated and air-conditioned, with stunning valley views and many city comforts, such as electric blankets, kitchens, stovetops, comfortable beds and bathtubs.

The 1700-acre ranch is in a remote location on the Lampasas River has a wildlife reserve with 18 species of wildlife that roam free, such as scimitar oryx, gemsbok and barbary sheep.

Other activities include hiking, kayaking and fishing.

Lost Horizon is in Kempner, Texas.



Palo Duro Glamping Texas
The stunning landscape of the Palo Duro canyon makes it a perfect spot to go glamping in Texas.

Palo Duro Glamping offers guests the choice of four different campsites, each of which boasts sturdy canvas structures and covered porches filled with comfortable, rustic furniture.

With both one and two-bed options and some even featuring panelled wood interiors, there are plenty of choices here, whether you want a romantic break away or plan to explore the countryside with a slightly larger group.

Palo Duro Glamping is at 11450 State Highway Park Road 5, Canyon, 79015.


Texas glamping reserve at green leaf
Another fantastic place to go glamping in Texas is The Reserve at Green Leaf. Pictured is ‘The Agave’, a yurt-style cabin among the trees. Photo: The Reserve at Green Leaf.

The Reserve At Greenleaf offers four uniquely styled yurts in a remote, isolated location outside Austin.

It’s an excellent choice if you want to enjoy the landscape’s natural beauty, unspoiled by humans.

Each yurt boasts luxury interiors and amenities, creating the feel of a luxury resort you wouldn’t imagine could be achieved in a tent.

You can participate in activities like fishing, hiking, kayaking, swimming, or enjoy the peace to do a little soul searching and get closer to nature.

The Reserve At Greenleaf is at 408 Laura Lane, Bastrop, 78602.


The Purdon Groves retreat allows you to rent a single private yurt on this working farm.

It offers an experience of rural life in Texas, without any other tourists, yet without sacrificing the luxuries you want while on vacation.

The cosy tent is quaint and includes a comfortable bed, a private fire pit, and a drink station.

With fresh produce offered right outside and tours of the farm available, Purdon Groves may be the closest city folk will ever come to understating life on a Texas farm.

Purdon Groves is at 9802 Southwest County Road 3100, Purdon, 76679.


paradise cove glamping in Texas
A tent at Paradise Cove is on the border between Grapevine and Southlake. Photo: Paradise Cove.

The Paradise Cove Glamping at Lake Grapevine experience lets you choose to stay in either a bell tent or a traditional yurt.

Both options include comfortable furniture and stunning views of the lake, and access to activities like fishing, hiking, kayaking, and swimming.

The choice comes down to the finer details of your stay, as options like a fire pit, BBQ, air conditioning, refrigerator, and private bathroom will determine which of the two attractive options is better suited to your needs.

Paradise Cove is at 3029 Midway Road, Southlake, 76092.


Glamping in Texas Walden Retreats tent
The Hill Country is a wonderful place to go glamping in Texas. Check into Walden Retreats for a luxurious stay. Photo: Walden Retreats.

Located on 96 acres (39 ha) of private land along the Pedernales River, Walden Retreats Hill Country features beautiful, luxurious, safari-style tents on raised platforms, offering stunning, panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.

The resort aims to seamlessly blend the luxury of a hotel and the adventure of the outdoors.

They do this by including luxuries like air conditioning, running water, a gas grill, a private bathroom, and a refrigerator, which you can sit back and enjoy while taking in the scenery and listening to the sounds of the local wildlife.

Walden Retreats Hill Country is at 1388 Gibson Road, Johnson City, 78636.


Glamping Texas yurtopia wimberley yurt with colourful door
Choose from several yurts at Yurtopia Wimberley, which provides a wonderful Texas glamping experience you won’t forget. Photo: Yurtopia Wimberley.

Yurtopia features a collection of nine traditional Mongolian-style yurts, with remote options scattered across the hilltop and a more communal collection along the river bluff.

Whichever location you choose, all yurts are designed to offer maximum privacy and are filled with luxury furnishings and amenities while positioned to take advantage of beautiful views.

Some more exclusive options even include additions such as a private plunge pool or BBQ.

Yurtopia Wimberley is at 135 Winn Ranch Road, Wimberley, 78676.


Sinya On Lone Man Creek is the perfect opportunity for those seeking a private, luxury glamping experience.

As opposed to a resort, guests can rent a single, safari-style glamping tent perched atop a ridge offering stunning views of the creek and surrounding forest.

The sprawling tent features a bedroom, living area, private bathroom, luxurious furnishings and modern amenities like a microwave.

Combine this with the private hot tub on the terrace, and this is a destination equally well suited for exploring the landscape or enjoying a romantic retreat.

Sinya On Lone Man Creek is at Deer Lake Estates, Wimberley, 78676.

12- RANCH 3232

Texas glamping Ranch 3232 comanche glamping tent
Ranch 3232’s Comanche glamping tent is a Texas favourite. Photo: Ranch 3232.

Ranch 3232 offers visitors the chance to stay in a collection of Native American-inspired glamping tents, traditional log cabins, or a unique oversized birdhouse.

Two miles from Pedernales Falls State Park, Ranch 3232 is the perfect option for those looking to enjoy the nature and beauty of glamping in Texas hill country yet who don’t want to rough it during their trip.

Ranch 3232 is at 1712 Ranch Road 3232, Johnson City, 78636.


Glamping in Texas at Wahwahtaysee Resort safari tent
Wahwahtaysee Resort has luxurious safari tents that offer a top-end Texas glamping experience. Photo: Wahwahtaysee Resort.

Wahwahtaysee Resort features chic, luxurious permanent tents and cabins on the edge of the San Marcos River.

Surrounded by a beautiful wilderness, guests can make the most of all the amenities you would expect from a luxury resort while enjoying all of the sights and sounds experienced on a traditional camping trip.

Wahwahtaysee Resort is at 17002 to 17062, Farm To Market Road 20, Kingsbury, 78638.


serana Texas glamping tent
Serana is a glamping destination in Texas to the east of Austin, with tents scattered among oak trees and native grass.

Serana is an adults-only glamping resort on 53 acres (21 ha) of beautiful Texas grasslands.

Each tent offers comfortable bedding and a wood-burning stove, while those who upgrade to a cabin will also benefit from central heating and cooling.

With communal amenities like refrigerators and cooking facilities, you can have a grown-up weekend away, getting back to nature and relaxing, without completely sacrificing all of the home comforts.

Serana is at 197 Orts Lane, Paige, 78659.


Glamping at Texas Spoon Mountain
Spoon Mountain has three luxuriously furnished tents to complete your Texas glamping vacation.

Spoon Mountain Glamping offers guests the chance to rent large, luxurious tents designed to give you the feeling of staying indoors.

This is the definition of luxury camping, from the wood floors and wall panels to an overhead chandelier, king-size bed, and working water, electricity, and air conditioning.

With your private terrace surrounded by a fence to offer privacy and several communal activities and amenities, you can have a vacation as active or relaxing as you want.

Spoon Mountain Glamping 210 Masonic Lodge Road, Wimberley, 78676.


Lone Star Glamp Inn in Texas
One of the vintage glampers at the Lone Star Glamp Inn. This is a truly unique glamping experience in Texas. Photo: Lone Star Glamp Inn.

The Lone Star Glamp Inn is a unique glamping experience in that it is designed for those who aren’t interested in being outside.

Instead, two larger buildings contain a collection of 10 vintage glampers and 18 themed tepees.

With each unit featuring multiple beds, air conditioning, restroom and shower facilities, all undercover, this is perfect for people who like the idea of camping but don’t want to worry about the weather or being uncomfortable.

Lone Star Glamp Inn is at 4212 South Texas 237, Round Top, 78954.


El Cosmico is a 21-acre (8.5ha) campground boasting a collection of Mongolian yurts, renovated vintage trailers, safari tents, Sioux-style tepees, traditional glamping tents, and even the luxurious Cosmic Kasita bunkhouse for those wanting to go all out.

Amenities include a hammock grove, wood-fired hot tubs, outdoor kitchen and dining areas, a communal lounge and bike rentals.

This Texan glamping spot also has a stage for entertainment and community events such as sing-along sessions and group yoga, allowing you to enjoy camping and not be bored.

El Cosmico is at 802 South Highland Avenue, Marfa, 79843.


Glamping in Texas 13 Acres Retreat
13 Acres Retreat is another place in Texas to go glamping. Pictured here is the Nirvana Cabin. Photo: 13 Acres Retreat.

The 13 Acres Retreat is the perfect Texas glamping experience for those seeking complete and utter relaxation from start to finish.

Once you’ve settled into your quaint, cosy cabin, participate in organised hiking, stargazing, yoga, and meditation events and classes.

It’s a fabulous destination for those seeking peace of body and mind with designated hours of quiet and a pool for you to cool off.

13 Acres Retreat is at 802 Bell Springs Road, Dripping Springs, 78620.


glamping in Texas at Son's Blue River Camp
Son’s Blue River Camp is a lovely spot for a glamping vacation in Texas. Photo: Son’s Blue River Camp.

Son’s Blue River Camp provides stylish glamping tents in Texas with stunning views of the San Marcos River.

Private cabanas boast BBQs, hammocks, picnic tables, comfortable furniture, and working water and electricity, allowing you all the conveniences of home, with the views and fresh air you can only get in the great outdoors.

With activities like fishing, tubing, kayaking, beach volleyball, campfire sing songs, and shuttle trips up and down the river, you can do as much or as little as you want here to ensure you have the sort of Texas glamping vacation you were hoping for.

Son’s Blue River Camp is at 2769 Sherrill Road, Kingsbury, 78638.


Glamping Texas Son's Guadalupe tent and cabana
Son’s Guadalupe offers a glamping tent set up to make your stay so easy. Photo: Son’s Guadalupe.

Son’s Guadalupe is located on the banks of the Guadalupe River and provides guests to enjoy a vacation in a tropical paradise, halfway between two of Texas’ largest cities.

Each booking includes a glamping tent with air conditioning and multiple fans and soft mattresses to keep you comfortable during your stay.

You can also book a Hawaiian-style cabana with tables, chairs, running water, and a BBQ, or covered picnic tables in the river, allowing you to spend your days dining and relaxing however you choose.

Son’s Guadalupe is at 12611 River Road, New Braunfels, 78132.


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Skybox cabins has some unique cabins and this lovely glamping tent among the trees. Photo: Skybox cabins.

The Skybox Cabins is at the very top of hill country and an excellent place to experience the natural side of glamping in Texas.

Each accommodation option provides stunning views of the surrounding area in a style that matches your taste.

Choose from options that include cabins designed to look like a birdhouse, bird’s nest, a French chateau, and a treehouse complete with a mesh floor to provide unobscured views down to the ground, as well as traditional glamping tents.

Skybox Cabins is at 1767 County Road 1011, Glen Rose, 76043.


Glamping in Texas Big Bend glamping Agave Abode
The Agave Abode at Big Bend Glamping is one of several types of glamping tents. Photo: Big Bend Glamping.

Anyone interested in glamping in Texas surely has to give some consideration to Big Bend National Park.

The park is the only national park in the state.

Big Bend Glamping features a collection of cabins, tents, tepees, and trailers across multiple campgrounds within the park’s boundaries.

Each site has a different theme, with distinct and unique styles.

Surrounded by canyons, deserts, forests, and mountains filled with wildlife, including deer, foxes, javelina, bats, and more than 450 species of birds, what better place in Texas to go glamping and appreciate the true natural beauty of the state?

Big Bend Glamping is in Big Bend National Park, 79834.

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