Cabin life isn’t out of anyone’s grasp, thanks to the amazing camping cabin. These rugged stays are heaven for families that want a taste of the simple pace. If you dream of cabin life but are unsure if it’s for you, a short stay can help you determine your next step. Are you wondering where the best camping cabin is?
There are endless possibilities, but we’ve narrowed it down to our top 20 must-see cabins in the US. From fancy to minimalistic, there’s a cabin for everyone! Let’s dig in.
The West Cabin features a hygge A-frame design with a spacious loft. Though this camping cabin is small, it feels roomy due to its clever design. Families with kids will love this rental as it has bunk beds, a large yard, and a projector for movie night. The West Cabinn is near all the best Lake Tahoe offers, including skiing, fun restaurants, and tourist attractions.
If you’re planning on visiting Teton National Park AND Yellowstone, you’ll adore the Headwaters Cabins. These cozy abodes are situated between the two parks, giving you the best of both worlds. There are at least five different cabins to choose from, with accommodations for couples or large families. Disclaimer: Wi-fi and cell service are non-existent at the Headwaters Cabins. If you’re looking to unplug, this is a serene way to do it!
The Fivemile Butte Lookout is a unique cabin that’s as remote as they come. You’ll be 40 feet above the ground, giving you a birds-eye view of the world. This cabin doesn’t have electricity, so you’ll have to check the recommended supplies list carefully. You may want to visit this unique destination with older kids, as getting there can be a journey. If you’re looking for a real adventure, the Fivemile Butte Lookout is a great option.
The Hiker’s Hideout sleeps six, making it a great family vacation spot! This cabin has luxury down to a fine science. It features a modern aesthetic, a hot tub with a mountain view, a fully stocked kitchen, an in-house washer and dryer, and wi-fi/cable. There’s even a shared pool just 5 minutes away. The Hikers Hideout is glamping at its finest.
As its name suggests, the Evergreen Castle is fit for royalty. If you prefer to stay home, you’ll love this fun cabin that includes everything you need in one place. Little ones will be obsessed with this picturesque castle! It features a gorgeous sauna, a fire pit, and a reading nook hidden away from the world. This camping cabin is perfect for people who want to relax amid plenty of friendly neighbors.
The Tuscany Treehouse will bring out your inner child! This destination accommodates up to 4 adults and is the perfect love shack. You’ll be 20 feet off the ground, just high enough to feel secluded. The cabin is rugged yet offers modern amenities like a hot tub, television, and electricity. A rope bridge provides plenty of photo opportunities!
If you want to learn about the homesteading aspect of cabin life, book a stay at the Maple Rustic Creekside Cabin. You’ll enjoy the sound of rushing water and cool creekside air. This cabin has access to a wood-fired pizza oven, pool, and grill. You can dig your toes into fresh dirt in the organic garden and food forest. You’ll never forget this unique experience.
The Owl Creek Cabin sits on five luxurious acres, giving you a secluded stay. There’s an upstairs loft that sleeps two and a downstairs sofa bed that accommodates two more. The camping cabin is nestled within tall conifer trees, giving it an ethereal feel. This location is close to Crater Lake National Park and Ashland.
The Bent Apple Farm has four cabins, ranging from small art studios to an expansive barn. These cabins are incredibly gorgeous in the Fall when the leaves change color and apples are ripe. Wildlife sightings are the cherry on top!
If you want to go entirely off-grid, check out Little Cabin the Woods. This camping cabin has no running water, but the hosts provide plenty of water for bathing, cleaning, etc. The cottage is perfectly cozy and heated by a wood stove. One unique feature is the outdoor shower!
You’ll feel like a pioneer in this 1800s Restored Log Cabin in the Woods. Though the cabin has been restored, the owners have kept the decor charmingly vintage. The house sleeps two, making it ideal for a honeymoon. A few modern amenities to keep things manageable, such as a television, hot tub, microwave, and electricity.
This 1930s cabin has cottage-core vibes that will delight the younger generation. The rental has a lovely balcony, bright decor, and everything you need to make it feel like home. If you enjoy a taste of nightlife, you’ll love walking to the gourmet wine bar and steakhouse.
Elk Ridge Campground has many unique cabins, including The Old Scale House. This cabin is decorated in a 1920s style and is the ideal place to make memories. Nearby activities include mushroom hunting, fly fishing, scenic drives, and more.
The Bar N Ranch has a wide variety of cabins to accommodate many groups. Each camping cabin features intricate woodwork, wood-burning stoves, and full bathrooms. The ranch has over 200 acres to explore! If you want a camping experience with resort flair, you’ll adore this ranch.
The concept of Getaway Gilchrist Springs is remarkable: Small cabins in remote areas all around the U.S. allow people to connect with nature. These cabins are tiny-house style and feature bunk beds and a queen bed. The focus is on unplugging; each abode has a lock box to place your cell phone in. The cabins come equipped with everything you need. You only have to bring your clothes and a toothbrush!
Lone Mountain Ranch has a comprehensive buffet of options, but one of the most popular is the Columbine Cabin. This cabin boasts a picturesque mountain view, state-of-the-art amenities, and an outdoor sitting area. If you get lonely, travel up to the ranch, where you’ll find a garden, saloon, and continental breakfast.
The Adirondacks is a vacation spot you can enjoy any time of the year. This log cabin is a new construction though it has vintage charm. The abode’s most notable feature is the screened-in front porch, which allows renters to enjoy the seasons without bugs. The town is just a short walk away, where you can experience the world’s best ice cream before returning to your home away from home.
If you want to treat yourself, check out Dunton Hot Springs. Our favorite cabin is the Well House, which features a private hot spring and cold plunge. All the cabins are high-end, and you’re provided with many experiences to keep you busy. Unusual activities include yoga, snowshoeing, rock climbing, and horseback riding, depending on the season.
The 1975 Luxury Cabin will amaze interior designers everywhere. This cabin was built to refresh your soul, with high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a clean aesthetic with marble accents. One of everyone’s favorite features is the soaking tub near the skylight. Ah, relaxation at your fingertips.
Winvian Farm has a lot of relaxed stays (including a renovated helicopter!), but we think the log cabin is the bee’s knees. The camping cabin has an open-floor concept that inspires connection. It’s built in a rustic style but has some modern features like a gorgeous full bathroom. One perk that vacationers will love is the complimentary breakfast!
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