These Cozy, Under-$200 Vacation Rentals Prove Glamping Doesn't Have to Be Expensive
Glamping doesn't have to come at an unattainable price tag. Rent these campers, treehouses, RVs and tents across the U.S. for a budget-friendly glamping getaway.
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Teardrop Trailer for Two in Denver
RVShare allows you to rent an RV or camper directly from a family rather than a more corporate rental company, so you can find a wide assortment of rental RVs all over the country, including pet-friendly, drivable, towable and deliverable rental options. Think of it like Airbnb, but specifically for RVs and trailers.
Two adults can sleep comfortably in this pint-sized teardrop trailer available for rent in Denver. There's a queen-size mattress, two doors that each have screens so you can breathe in the crisp night air, and a kitchen with a sink, small refrigerator and stove. Extra bonus? There's an entertainment system complete with Bluetooth speakers and a DVD player.
Book Now: RVShare, Starting at $105/night
Dreamy North Carolina Treehouse
This dreamy treehouse is on a 20-acre farm in Concord, North Carolina. You'll have everything you need inside the home and might not want to leave since it's so picturesque, but the Airbnb hosts have plenty of gear for you to rent to enjoy the outdoor space, too. In the summer months, you can swim in the outdoor pool, and in cooler weather, you can enjoy access to the hot tub. You'll also have private access to a propane grill so you can cook outside.
Book Now: Airbnb, Starting at $125/night
Airstream in Texas Hill Country
This gorgeous retro Airstream is set on 10 creekside acres so you can explore nature as much as you'd like or just relax on the patio. You'll have access to a hot tub, indoor and outdoor showers and a treehouse ideal for picknicking. Recent Airbnb guests rave about the location, which is just far enough from hustle and bustle to feel like a world away, but in reality it's only a few minutes from Wimberley, Texas, about halfway between San Antonio and Austin.
Book Now: Airbnb, Starting at $135/night
Convertible A-Frame Cabin Near Zion National Park
This adorable A-Frame cabin near Zion National Park is more than initially meets the eye. One of the walls opens up like an awning so you can sleep in the fresh mountain air as if you were truly camping. Recent guests rave about the location, the views and the incredible stargazing at night.
Book Now: Airbnb, Starting at $119/night
Retro Trailer Near Taos, New Mexico
This spacious, cozy retro trailer is just a few minutes away from Taos, New Mexico, one of the most beautiful, artsy towns in the Southwest. You'll be minutes away from the Rio Grande Gorge, which has ample hiking (including to a few natural hot springs, if you can find them), whitewater rafting and other outdoor activities. In town, you'll find incredible New Mexican cuisine and a large number of art galleries. Recent guests rave about the stunning mountain views from the trailer.
Book Now: Airbnb, Starting at $72/night
Luxury Tent Camping in Sedona, Arizona
Sleep in view of one of the Southwest's most photographed rock formations, Cathedral Rock, in this luxury tent outfitted with a king-size bed. You'll be minutes away from the kitschy town of Sedona, Arizona, and right along Oak Creek. Make sure to turn off all the lights and venture outside once it gets dark. The Sedona area has epic stargazing.
Book Now: Airbnb, Starting at $108/night
RV Rental Near Phoenix
This kitted-out, yet affordable RV has space for six adults and four kids to sleep comfortably. It's based in the Phoenix area, a prime location to kick off a Southwest road trip, and the family who owns it will even pick you up at the airport if you ask in advance. All the dishes, kitchen tools, towels, linens and even games and DVDs you could need are included.
Book Now: RVShare, $175/night
Upstate New York Yurt With Private River
This yurt in upstate New York near Minnewaska State Park is a true escape. A private river runs through the property so you can spend your days lounging on the banks or swimming. Kids will love the trampoline, chefs will love the outdoor kitchen and your dog will love roaming free on the 5-acre property. Recent guests rave about the secluded location.
Book Now: Airbnb, Starting at $175/night
Coastal Farm Stay in Oregon
Escape to beautiful coastal Oregon at The Hideout, where you'll stay in a luxury tent outfitted with a kitchenette and comfy bed. The property is in Langlois, about 10 minutes from the beach in southern Oregon, and you'll be staying on a working farm. Guests will get to eat farm fresh eggs and hang out with goats in the morning as they drink their coffee. Recent guests have raved about the whole experience.
Book Now: Airbnb, Starting at $99/night
Home Sweet Camper in Black Hills, South Dakota
This large RV in South Dakota's Black Hills is so kitted-out, you might just forget you're staying in an RV. The property is within short driving distance of everything this corner of South Dakota has to offer, including the Crazy Horse Memorial, Custer State Park, Mount Rushmore, Jewel and Wind Caves and more. Recent guests raved about the gorgeous views and proximity to all kinds of outdoor adventure.
Book Now: Airbnb, Starting at $89/night