Glamping in Texas

Here's where you can go Glamping in Texas!

In theory, the idea of pitching a tent under the stars sounds great, but for some, the whole idea of “roughing it” is really not what leisure time is all about. If you like the romantic idea of a camping trip, but are reluctant to leave your home comforts behind, then glamping in Texas could be just the thing for you!

Glamping means “glamorous camping” and it gives you the chance to experience camping in the lap of luxury. Glamping in Texas is the perfect merger of ideas for people who want to connect with nature without disconnecting from comfort. From luxury RVs to teepees and cabins, there are plenty of glamping options throughout the state. See below to find where you can go glamping in Texas. Traditional camping might be all about pitching tents and cooking on a campfire, but the glamper is more interested in canapes than canopies

Where To Go Glamping in Texas

Sinya on Lone Man Creek

Wimberley, Texas


Sinya on Lone Man Creek looks like something from an African Safari paradise. It is hard to believe that you are actually less than an hour from Austin. Your beautifully appointed cabin blends luxury with eco-friendly practices. It also boasts a plush king-size bed and a Tassimo coffee machine! Whether you want to spend the day lazing in the hammock or out hiking and swimming, you know that you can return to the lap of luxury at the end of the day.

El Cosmico

Marfa, Texas

El Cosmico Tents

If you like the luxury of Sinya but are looking for something a little more extreme, El Cosmico in the high desert plains of far west Texas, could be just the spot for you. The 21-acre site has a choice of teepees, tents, a Mongolian yurt, and even a vintage trailer. Of all these choices, the teepees probably offer the most luxurious experience, featuring a queen bed with a heated mattress pad. The site also boasts some wood-fired hot tubs, which are perfect for a romantic evening of stargazing in the amazing night sky over Marfa.

River Road Treehouses

New Braunfels, Texas

If you have ever made a treehouse as a kid, then rest assured that these six luxurious homes among the branches are quite different! Each features air conditioning, wi-fi, and a modern kitchen and bathroom.  

The houses are connected by wooden footbridges and give you a unique bird’s eye view for a truly unforgettable glamping adventure.

Rainbow Hearth Sanctuary & Retreat Center

Lake Buchanan, Texas

Rainbow Hearth Yurt

Rainbow Hearth has a variety of lodging options including a cool and comfortable yurt. In addition to sleeping in something unique and in the trees you'll get to enjoy a great breakfast when you wake up plus hiking, swimming, fishing, and beautiful sunsets over Lake Buchanan. And you can end the day soaking in a hot tub. Read about our enjoyable stay at Rainbow Hearth.

Geronimo Creek Retreat

Sequin, Texas

Geronomo Creek Tee Pi rental

Geronimo Creek Retreat has 5 Tipis that overlook a stock tank. From the outside you may think that you'll be roughing it but each Tipi is fully furnished with modern conveniences like air conditioning, a kitchenette, toaster oven/microwave, a satellite TV, and much more! And for a good nights sleep there are two or three queen size beds. Plus each Tipi has access to its own private bathroom with a vanity, commode and large walk-in tiled shower.

Texas State Parks

Throughout Texas

Bastrop State Park Cabins

Texas State Parks offer the perfect opportunity to enjoy nature and the outdoors - hiking, biking, kayaking, swimming, bird watching, and lots more outdoor activities. Texas State Parks offer a number of options for glamping including screened shelters, rustic cabins, yurts, and more.


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