Tennessee is the perfect state to enjoy an all-inclusive glamping experience surrounded by the Great Smoky Mountains, verdant valleys and a distinct Southern charm that’s pure Tennessee. There is an excellent choice of glamping in Tennessee, from budget conscious to extravagant and everything in between.
With large metropolitan hubs in Nashville and Memphis, getting to Tennessee’s abundance of glamping tents, cabins and treehouses is extremely easy. From Nashville’s popular Tiny House Cottage, rated as the state’s most popular glamping destination, to the Geodesic Dome, featured in the TV show Building Off the Grid, the range of Tennessee’s glamping options makes it truly worthwhile.
- Tennessee Glamping
- Top Glamping Picks
- 20 Places To Go Glamping In Tennessee
- 1- Under Canvas, Gatlinburg
- 2- Huff Farm, Maryville
- 3- Forest Gully Farms, Santa Fe
- 4- Geodesic Dome, Altamont
- 5- Getaway House, Celina
- 6- Stamish Castle, Copperhill
- 7- Evins Mill, Smithville
- 8- Treetop Hideaways, Chattanooga
- 9- The Double Bell, Morrison
- 10- Grain Silo, Mt. Juliet
- 11- The Crash Pad, Chattanooga
- 12- Eco-chic Yurt, Maryville
- 13- TreehouseTopia, Sevierville
- 14- The Bostonian, Johnson City
- 15- Smoky Mountain Tree House, Pigeon Forge
- 16- Cowgirl Cabin, Grandview
- 17- Stillwaters Farm Airstream, Henderson
- 18- Tiny House Cottage, Nashville
- 19- Olde English Farm, Englewood
- 20- Deer Park, Dunlap
Top Glamping Picks
Tentrr Signature Sites – Looking for a ready-made campsite in a beautiful location? With so many natural spots, it’s not surprising Tennessee has a range of Tentrr Signature Sites where you can camp comfortably without having to bring your equipment. Check out these Tentrr glamping spots in Bluff City, Sevierville, Maryville, Pigeon Forge, Waynesboro, Turtletown and Roan Mountain.
20 Places To Go Glamping In Tennessee
1- Under Canvas, Gatlinburg
When your neighbour is the picturesque Great Smoky Mountains National Park, you’re bound to be treated to incredible panoramic vistas at every turn.
That’s exactly what visitors to Under Canvas near Gatlinburg can expect, where guests are treated to some of Tennessee’s best views while relaxing inside luxurious canvas tents complete with king-sized beds, en suite bathrooms and rustic wood-burning stoves.
Under Canvas is at 1015 Laurel Lick Rd, Pigeon Forge, TN 37862. Find out more here.
2- Huff Farm, Maryville
The sole glamping tent situated on Huff Farm, a picturesque farmstead near Knoxville which has been owned and operated by the Huffs for four generations, is the closest glamping will ever get to camping.
Enjoy kayaking or fishing at the nearby river, get fresh farm produce daily at the working Huff farm, or explore the majestic Great Smoky Mountains nearby.
Huff Farm’s glamping tent has everything you need to kick back and relax in style.
Huff Farm is at 4219 Cave Mill Rd, Maryville, TN 37804. Find out more here.
3- Forest Gully Farms, Santa Fe
The Hobbit-inspired Forest Gully Farms’ subterranean glamping cabin, complete with a washroom, an outdoor food forest for food scavenging, and total remoteness, makes it one of the unique glamping spots in Tennessee.
The Forest Gully Farms’ glamping “Hobbit House” has two individual rooms and six beds, making it an excellent glamping spot to visit with family and friends less than a one-hour drive from downtown Nashville.
Forest Gully Farms is at 6016 Fly Hollow Rd, Santa Fe, TN 38482.
4- Geodesic Dome, Altamont
Altamont’s unique Geodesic Dome is an architectural masterpiece that was once featured on the TV show Building Off the Grid.
Perched on a mountainside roughly one hour north of Chattanooga, the Geodesic Dome is one of Tennessee’s most remote and secluded glamping getaways, perfect for enjoying Tennessee’s wild nature in solitude.
Complete with a kitchen, a washroom, an outdoor fire pit and a BBQ grill on the outside deck, the Geodesic Dome is a wonderful glamping destination worth staying over a night or two at.
Geodesic Dome is at Gap Rd, Altamont, TN 37301.
5- Getaway House, Celina
Situated right on the shores of Dale Hollow Lake, the Getaway House allows guests to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of everyday life between the gorgeous outdoors of Celina, Tennessee.
The Getaway House comes complete with a quaint kitchenette, an outdoor grill and a bathroom with a hot shower.
The tiny Getaway House with its bedside floor-to-ceiling window is as close to nature as glamping in Tennessee can possibly get.
Getaway House is at 2493 Moss Arcot Rd, Celina, TN 38551.
6- Stamish Castle, Copperhill
Perhaps the only glamping spot in Tennessee where guests have to cross a suspension bridge to reach the front door, Stamish Castle on the Tennessee-Georgia border is a unique treehouse capable of accommodating up to four people.
Stamish Castle offers amenities such as a private washroom, an outdoor fire pit, and comfortable beds, all while being surrounded by lush forests.
The amazing Stamish Castle has a truly unique magical aura that creates an inviting glamping experience right as you step inside, setting the mood for a beautiful glamping vacation in Tennessee’s remote southeast.
Stamish Castle is at 871 Burgertown Rd, Copperhill, TN 37317.
7- Evins Mill, Smithville
This beautifully converted mill is a luxurious resort/glamping spot where top chefs prepare gourmet meals throughout the day for guests to sample and enjoy surrounded by trees and water.
Evins Mill has a unique romantic atmosphere that makes it ideal for couples looking for solitude within a short drive from Nashville.
Evins Mill’s plethora of outdoor activities, such as fishing, hiking and outdoor picnicking, make it an excellent glamping destination in Tennessee for families with kids too.
Evins Mill is at 1535 Evins Mill Rd, Smithville, TN 37166.
8- Treetop Hideaways, Chattanooga
Oozing ‘hygge’ better than a rustic Norwegian mountainside cabin, the inviting Treetop Hideaways, located just outside Chattanooga, offers two cosy cabins, the Luna Loft and Elements, for guests to choose from when planning to stay overnight.
Capable of fitting up to four people in utmost comfort and style, the Treetop Hideaways cabins welcome visitors to the majestic forests of southern Tennessee with open arms and fantastic glamping amenities all year round.
Treetop Hideaways is at 576 Chattanooga Valley Rd, Flintstone, GA 30725.
9- The Double Bell, Morrison
The Double Bell near Morrison allows guests to experience a unique traditional yurt glamping experience at an affordable price without sacrificing comfort or quality.
Situated on a sprawling acreage with hiking and biking trails on site, the yurts at Double Bell come complete with all the amenities you’d expect to find at a five-star glamping resort.
Enjoy the Double Bell’s bar, kitchen and kid’s area inside the facility’s community centre, where you’ll have fun meeting and conversing with fellow glampers basking in the great Tennessee outdoors.
The Double Bell is at N Main St, Morrison, TN 37357.
10- Grain Silo, Mt. Juliet
This one-of-a-kind converted grain silo near downtown Nashville is one of the only two grain silos in Tennessee listed on Airbnb and is neatly tucked away between lush forests in a unique farmhouse setting that screams eclectic chic.
The spacious silo, capable of accommodating up to two people at a time, is fitted with an en suite bathroom, a queen-sized bed and modern furnishings throughout, making the grain silo at Mt. Juliet the perfect glamping destination for couples.
Grain Silo is at 750 Beckwith Rd, Mt. Juliet, TN 37122.
11- The Crash Pad, Chattanooga
The eco-friendly Crash Pad, located just outside downtown Chattanooga, provides prospective glampers with a budget-friendly glamping experience close to nature and all the amenities of one of Tennessee’s largest cities, Chattanooga.
The Crash Pad is also a hostel where adventurers can book one of its 24 bunk beds if they’re travelling on a tight budget and cannot afford to spend extra for a private room.
Fully furnished and kitchen, bathroom and Wi-Fi included, the Crash Pad offers Tennessee glampers the most bang for their buck in this wonderful state.
The Crash Pad is at 29 Johnson St, Chattanooga, TN 37408.
12- Eco-chic Yurt, Maryville
These eco-conscious traditional Balinese yurts, situated in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains near Maryville, combine to create a comfy yurt village that can accommodate up to 15 guests at a time.
Maryville’s eco yurts come complete with a bathroom, a shared kitchenette, yoga and meditation spaces, and a beautifully maintained garden on site, making sure there’s plenty to see and do while you’re glamping away in these stylish yurts of Maryville.
Eco-chic Yurt is at 125 Sweet Hollow Way, Maryville, TN 37803.
13- TreehouseTopia, Sevierville
Situated on 25 acres (10 ha) of dense forest, the unique TreehouseTopia near Sevierville is a 15-minute drive from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
This intimate octagonal treehouse can accommodate up to two people at a time and features comfort amenities such as a fire pit, a full bathroom and kitchen, and a yoga space.
TreehouseTopia blends nature and glamping like few other spots in Tennessee can, making it the ideal place to visit for couples or lonely travellers looking for a well-deserved break in rural eastern Tennessee.
TreehouseTopia is at 107 Pheasant Ridge Rd, Sevierville, TN 37876.
14- The Bostonian, Johnson City
The Bostonian is another fantastic Tennessee glamping treehouse.
It is perched in-between tall verdant trees on a picturesque 34-acre (14 ha) property just west of the Blue Ridge Mountains in eastern Tennessee.
This stylish treehouse, complete with all the creature comforts you’d expect to find at a top-notch glamping site, overlooks a picturesque old stone quarry pond that sits adjacent to the treehouse.
Perfect for late-night stargazing or making s’mores at the fire pit, the magical Bostonian is one of Tennessee’s most fabulous glamping destinations and well worth checking out the next time you’re looking for a place to stay in eastern Tennessee.
The Bostonian is at Journey Pl, Johnson City, TN 37615.
15- Smoky Mountain Tree House, Pigeon Forge
This sizeable treehouse near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park was featured in and constructed on the popular TV show The Treehouse Guys, and can comfortably accommodate up to four people at any given time.
The oak and hickory Smoky Mountain Treehouse features a 20-foot (6 m) suspension bridge, a crow’s nest and a large deck/patio where guests can spend cosying up to a warm fire while enjoying the beautiful night sky after dark.
Complete with all the creature comforts of home, the Smoky Mountain Tree House is a delightful Tennessee glamping destination that promises a fantastic glamping experience that’s hard to eclipse.
Smoky Mountain Tree House is at Secona Way, Sevierville, TN 37876.
16- Cowgirl Cabin, Grandview
The Cowgirl cabin is a beautiful glamping destination featuring stylish décor both inside and outside that sets the mood for a relaxing vacation right as you walk through the door.
Situated in a secluded patch of verdant forest on the scenic Cumberland Plateau, the Cowgirl Cabin blends chic farmhouse living with a romantic setting to create a delightful glamping destination that’s one of the most sought-after Airbnb spots in Tennessee.
Cowgirl Cabin is at 2392 Possum Trot Road, Grandview, TN 37337.
17- Stillwaters Farm Airstream, Henderson
If glamping in a tent is not your cup of tea, try the four-person renovated Airstream trailer in Henderson, where guests are treated to a fantastic all-encompassing glamping experience combining retro and modern in spectacular fashion.
Perched on a family-run farm where guests are encouraged to connect with nature, spend time at engaging workshops hosted by the owners, or just sit back and unwind, the Henderson Airstream is a glamping idea worth trying out.
Stillwaters Farm Airstream is at 375 Oak Grove Ln, Henderson, TN 38340.
18- Tiny House Cottage, Nashville
The famous Tiny House Cottage is perhaps Tennessee’s best glamping destination and has even been featured in magazines and travel blogs such as USA Today and Travel+Leisure.
Tennessee’s most wish-listed destination on Airbnb, the Tiny House Cottage envelops guests in a blissful combination of cottage charm and beautiful nature in a compact cabin that’s a mere stone’s throw away from downtown Nashville.
Tiny House Cottage is at Kline Ave, Nashville, TN 37211.
19- Olde English Farm, Englewood
Olde English Farm is a rural Tennessee glamping experience where guests are treated to the spectacular scenery of the surrounding Cherokee National Forest in complete comfort and style.
Capable of accommodating up to five guests at a time, the Olde English Farm makes up for its lack of amenities, such as Wi-Fi and king-sized beds, with down-to-earth outdoor activities that all ages would love.
Enjoy sitting around the outdoor fire pit after dark, venture into the surrounding forest for a scenic picnic, or enjoy eating breakfast at the camp’s outdoor dining table surrounded by majestic scenery to feast your eyes on.
Olde English Farm, Englewood, is at 129 Adams Rd, Englewood, TN 37329.
20- Deer Park, Dunlap
Rated five stars on Vrbo, the quaint and comfortable Deer Park treehouse features excellent indoor-outdoor amenities such as hammocks, an outdoor fire pit, and even a newly installed outdoor movie theatre where guests can cuddle up after dark.
You can find scenic outdoor trails near the treehouse, where you can enjoy hiking or biking through the beautiful Tennessee countryside.
If hiking’s not your cup of tea, feel free to play board games or curl up with a gripping book as the sun sets on yet another wonderful day at the fantastic Deer Park glamping treehouse.
Deer Park is at 412 Woodland Ridge Rd, Dunlap, TN 37327.