17 Best Glamping Spots in Tennessee — From Vintage Airstreams to Stargazing Domes

Book these gorgeous Tennessee glamping sites for the state's best views, adventures, and digs.

From a popular national park to the world-renowned synchronous fireflies, Tennessee promises adventure lovers an awe-striking outdoor getaway — and you can take that up a notch with a night or weekend of glamping.

Even better, the glamping in Tennessee goes beyond cute forest-fringed tents; these glamorous camping experiences fully immerse guests in the state's scenic surrounds, with posh cabins from brands such as Getaway House, unique treasures like a treehouse in the Smokies, or low-key campsites for reconnecting with nature sans Wi-Fi. To inspire your next trip, here's a look at some of the best places to go glamping in Tennessee.

Getaway House, Moss

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See what the Getaway House hype is all about at one of the company's tiny floor-to-ceiling window cabins in the forests of Moss, Tennessee, just south of the Kentucky border and about two-hour drive from Nashville. Options include one- or two-bedroom cabins with showers, queen-size beds, two-burner stoves, and dog-friendly amenities — treats included.

Little Arrow Outdoor Resort, Townsend

Little Arrow Outdoor Resort

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Little Arrow Outdoor Resort offers something for every camping and glamping style: RV sites, tents, tiny homes, cabins, and Airstreams. The getaway, which sits just north of Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Townsend, has heaps of amenities — an on-site dog park, a fresh java lounge featuring local coffee, a food truck hangout, a zero-entry pool with a splash pad and hot tub, and access to several hiking trails, just to name a few — making it the perfect base for all your national park adventures.

Under Canvas, Gatlinburg

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Under Canvas is known for its dazzling national-park-adjacent stays, and that reputation continues at its Great Smoky Mountains National Park property. These luxe, safari-inspired tents sleep between two and four people, plus, they're outfitted with king-size beds, wood-burning stoves, and en suite bathrooms with hot showers.

Canopy Ridge, Pigeon Forge

Canopy Ridge glamping tent in Tennessee

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If the stunning natural aesthetic at Canopy Ridge doesn't entice you, its proximity to Great Smoky Mountains National Park will. The forest-fringed retreat, just 10 miles from the park entrance, has four tents with both king- and queen-size bed options, plus two full shared bathrooms.

Treetop Hideaways, Chattanooga

Interior of the Luna Loft at Treetop Hideaways | Chattanooga, Tennessee
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Perched on scenic Lookout Mountain just outside Chattanooga, Treetop Hideaways brings hygge vibes and outdoor fun to southern Tennessee. The hideaway includes two types of accommodations — Elements and Luna Loft treehouses — which each fit up to four guests, with full bathrooms in each unit.

Glamp X Stay Minty, Cosby

Glamp by Stay Minty

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At Glamp X Stay Minty, located in the Smoky Mountains about 35 minutes from Pigeon Forge, you'll have eight glamping domes to choose from, with options perfect for couples or groups of up to six or seven — three smaller domes measure 415 square feet while five larger 1,000 square-foot domes offer two stories worth of space. All feature private bathrooms, Jacuzzis, and fire pits, as well as cozy beds sporting memory foam mattresses and luxe linens, while some come with kitchenettes, electric fireplaces, or other household appliances like dishwashers, microwaves, and full-sized fridges.

Geodesic Dome, Altamont

Aerial view of the Luxury Glamping Geodesic Dome, Altamont, Tennessee, United States
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This eye-popping geodesic dome isn't just quirky; it was featured on the DIY Network show Building Off the Grid and is famous for good reason. The mountaintop escape, located roughly one hour north of Chattanooga, is about as secluded as glamping in Tennessee gets. At 450 square feet, the dome can welcome up to five guests at a time, with a full bathroom, kitchen, and outdoor grill and fire pit for making the most of all that tranquility.

Grandview Camp at Lemon Lane Farm, Grandview

Exterior of the Grandview Camp at Lemon Lane Farm | Grandview, Tennessee
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Don't just go glamping in Tennessee; glamp on a farm with pigs, dogs, donkeys, cats, and bunnies, among other adorable critters. Lemon Lane Farm, about 90 minutes west of Knoxville, features a handful of cozy glamping sites, including a vintage canned ham camper, a 1968 Winnebago, a tiny house, a "cowgirl" cabin, and a 40-foot school bus.

Forest Gully Farms, Santa Fe

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Visit a real-life Hobbiton on your next trip to Tennessee with Forest Gully Farms' underground hobbit-style accommodation, complete with a bathhouse, food forest for foraging, and near-total seclusion. This getaway, which comes with two bedrooms and six beds for up to eight guests, is less than one hour from Nashville.

Luxury Treehouse, Bloomington Springs

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Just over an hour east of Nashville, this quaint treehouse guarantees one of the state's most surreal glamping experiences. You'll snag a bird's-eye view perched 15 feet above the forest floor, with vintage touches like a 100-year-old stained-glass window for some personality. The treehouse can sleep up to two guests, and includes one full bathroom plus a private hot tub.

TreehouseTopia, Sevierville

Exterior of TreehouseTopia, Sevierville, Tennessee, United States
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Prepare to be dazzled at TreehouseTopia, a densely forested getaway that's just five miles from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park entrance. This dream of a Tennessee glamping retreat sits on 25 secluded acres, with beds for up to two guests, a bathroom, a kitchen, and perks like a fire pit and yoga mats for enjoying the state's mountain scenery.

Stamish Castle at Treehouse Mountain, Copperhill

Exterior of Stamish Castle at Treehouse Mountain, Copperhill, Tennessee, United States
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At Treehouse Mountain's Stamish Castle, you don't just walk to your home away from home, you cross a suspension bridge to reach it — and that's only the beginning of the fun in store here. Stamish Castle, located on Tennessee's Georgia border, sleeps up to four guests; dogs are also welcome. The treehouse has its own private half-bath, with a full bathhouse just a few paces away.

Smoky Mountains Glamping Dome, Sevierville

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Sleep beneath the stars from the comfort of a covered dome just outside Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This sleek dome retreat sits on a 140-acre farm, with an oversized bay and sky windows for enjoying the getaway's top attraction: the view. Up to two guests can sleep here, while indoor showers and bathrooms are located in the property's barn. Pets are welcome, too.

Five Meadows Farms, Smithville

Five Meadows Farms

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About an hour's drive from Nashville in Smithville, Five Meadows Farms offers visitors a secluded glamping experience complete with plush Saatva mattresses, air conditioning and heating, a private bathroom, and a kitchenette. Guests also have access to private outdoor space, a natural gas fire pit, a private hot tub, and all the mountain views this peaceful natural setting can provide.

Smoky Mountain Treehouse, Pigeon Forge

Exterior of the Smoky Mountain Treehouse | Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
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This luxury treehouse in Pigeon Forge is another stellar Great Smoky Mountains National Park-adjacent getaway. Built by The Treehouse Guys of the DIY Network, the accommodation goes above and beyond with glamping splendor, from a natural oak-and-hickory aesthetic to a 20-foot suspension bridge connecting it to a crow's-nest deck. The treehouse can sleep up to four guests, with one full bathroom.

Vintage trailer on the farm, Ashland City

Airbnb Airstream in Ashland City, Tennessee

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If you're dreaming of staying in a vintage trailer on a farm, look no further than this glamping Tennessee gem, located just 25 minutes from Nashville in Ashland City. Head to No. 9 Farms to camp out in a fully restored 1949 Spartan Mansion, parked in a secluded garden. Guests can also make use of the private outdoor bath house, kitchen, covered deck area, and fire pit. Get ready to unplug — while there is Wi-Fi, cell service is minimal — and take advantage of the private outdoor claw-foot bathtub, perfect for couples or solo travelers in need of a relaxing escape.

Eco-chic Mountain Yurt, Maryville

Interior of the Eco-Chic Mountain Zen Yurt (Balinese), Maryville, Tennessee, United States
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Fall asleep in the foothills of the Smokies with a night in this eco-chic Balinese-style yurt. Located less than an hour from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park entrance, this yurt village is as convenient as it is cozy, and can sleep up to 15 guests. You'll also have access to a garden, a shared dining area and bathhouse, and a peaceful gathering place for yoga and meditation with a view.

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