Texas Safari Tents, Tipis, & Eco Domes

Looking for some unique outdoor lodging for a glamping trip - try these safari tents, tipis, or eco domes. Organized glamping trips feature all of the exposure to the great outdoors as traditional camping trips, without the bugs, wild animals, sudden storms, leaking tents, smelly sleeping bags, and questionable food but with amenities such as tents that are rigged for electrical power, which means occupants can operate appliances, reading lamps, and climate controls. People may sleep on full-size air mattresses, or even regular spring mattresses. The tents or tipis are like stand-alone rooms with canvas walls and ceilings, hardwood floors and made-up beds with heated mattress pads.

If you don't find something here that you like try our Yurts, Treehouse, or Tiny House Page

Safari Tents & Eco Domes


Sinya Safari Tent lodging

Situated high atop a ridge overlooking Lone Man Creek in some beautiful Texas Hill Country is a modified safari tent waiting for you. This is glamping at it's finest - a king-size bed with goose down pillows and comforter and linens that feel like a blend of cashmere and silk, a claw foot tub, a feather-cushioned sofa, a well stocked kitchenette, hammocks, and decks with stunning views.


Geronimo Creek Retreat

These six glamping cabins are not like the tents you had when you were a kid... Each cabin is elevated about ten feet off the ground and is fully equipped with air conditioning and heating to keep your comfortable throughout the year. They are located between a spring fed pond and quiet creek that is great for swimming! They are furnished with two queen sized beds, a twin couch, a small dinner table, a microwave and a mini-fridge. Step out on to your private deck that overlooks the property and breath in the fresh country air. 

Fossil Rim Wildlife Center

Glen Rose

Fossil Rim Safari Tent Lodging

Sleep close to some of the wildlife at Fossil Rim Wildlife Park in a tents are made to look like safari tents in Africa. Each tent is custom designed and fitted with two twin beds, fresh linens, a private bath, ceiling fans and central heat and air.

Trevor's Dome


Eco Dome rental in Terrilingua

Stay in an adobe solar powered eco dome which has a kitchen with a propane stove and oven, as well as a refrigerator, and the sink that pumps collected rain water. Somewhat primitive but the views are stunning and you're close to Big Bend.

El Cosmico


Safari tent rental in Marfa

Their Safari tent is 120 square feet and has wood floors, canvas walls and doors, a queen bed, chair, and simple lighting. In addition to Safari tents, El Cosmico has yurts, vintage trailers, and tepees.


Overnighting in a TiPi (TeePee)

New Braunfels

Geronimo Creek Tipi

The 4 teepees surround a stock tank and inside they are fully furnished and cozy with all modern conveniences including: air conditioning, satellite TV, kitchenette with sink, under-counter refrigerator, stovetop and extra-large toaster oven/microwave. Each Tipi has a kitchenette, two queen size beds and a queen sized pullout couch.
Originally built in 1942 and operated for 40 years until the highway system rerouted the travelers. But then was reopened by new owners who brought the property back to life in 2006 with a lot of charm. The tee pees features picnic tables and grills and firepit for roasting marshmellows. They have full size beds or queen size.

New Braunfels

Reservation on the Guadalupe River tipi lodging

There are 8 Tipis on one and a half acres with Guadalupe River access and they each unit sleep up to 6 guests in three queen-sized beds. Traditional looking from the outside, on the inside you'll find all the modern conveniences including AC, kitchenette, small refrigerator, and lots more.

Round Top

Rancho Pillow

Rancho Pillow, in southeast Texas, has been a artistic adventure for owner and designer, Sheila Youngblood. An air-conditioned, king-sized dreamland, the teepee is a favorite for guests. With handpainted imagery of the Four Elements tattooed on the sheetrocked walls, this is truly a secret, sacred place for a good night's slumber. And the Rancho's Bathhouse is just a few steps away.  The wide open spaces at Rancho Pillow provide both fun and relaxation for everyone.



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