Virginia Glamping

Welcome to Glorified Camping, your resource for Virginia Glamping locations. Our goal is to provide you with the resources needed to help you plan a stress-free luxury camping vacation. Take a look through our directory to finding the glamping destination across the United States that suits your needs.

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Rock-n-Creek Cabin

Rock-n-Creek Cabin

Address: 964 Zinks Mills School Rd., Montebello, Virginia 24464

Rock-n-Creek offers guests the opportunity to glamp in the Virgina wilderness, all while staying in an elegantly appointed 2,050-square-foot cabin. With sleeping accommodations for up to 11 guests, the Rock-n-Creek cabin is suitable for the larger family or corporate gatherings. The cabin comes completely furnished with everything you will need to enjoy your stay. Simply bring the food you wish to enjoy, and your vacation will be complete.

However, if you wish to skip the hassle of preparing your own food, the onsite executive chef can prepare a variety of meals for an additional fee.

Nightly rates vary from $195-315 depending on the site of your party. Rock-n-Creek cabin is very family friendly, offering kids 12 and under the opportunity to stay at no additional charge.

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Rose River Farm

Rose River Farm

Address: 3099 Old Blue Ridge Turnpike (Rt.670), Syria, Virginia 22743

When it comes to glamping in a yurt, we do not know if we have ever seen a more luxurious setup than those at Rose River Farm. Located in Madison County, Virginia, Rose River Farm offers guests three yurts/cabins. Step outside your accommodations and enjoy the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Rose River Valley.

Each 1,100 SF yurt is constructed of sturdy cedar, glass, and steel, providing for a secure experience. All units are equipped with air conditioning and heat and feature two bedrooms with two full baths. Bedrooms have two double beds. Unit includes a large living room with domed 17 foot ceiling, leather club furniture and a jumbo flat screen TV with satellite, DVD player and an iPod docking stereo. Guests looking for high speed internet can do so for an additional $4/day charge.

In addition, units include a full kitchen (stove, oven, microwave, full size fridge and freezer with ice maker) and a dining/gaming table. Fly fishing enthusiasts will also enjoy the tying table with a Regal vise.

Units rent for $250 per night or $1,500 per week. Discounts and free nights are often promoted on their site.

Primland Resort


Address: 2000 Busted Rock Road, Meadows of Dan, VA 24120

Enjoy your night in the Virginia trees with the treehouse cabins of Primland. Guests reserving the treehouses get a large studio with king bed, bathroom with soaking tub, telephone, flat panel television, Keurig coffee maker, in-room beverage center, complimentary high-speed internet, 400-thread count sheets and duvets, quilts and pillow shams, robes and slippers, daily housekeeping services, expansive private deck overlooking Dan River from an elevation of nearly 2,700 feet, and nightly turn-down service.

Guests also get access to a four wheel drive vehicle for accessibility to and from the Lodge.

Pets and children are not allowed in the treehouses.

Prices range from $675-900 per night, depending on the day and time of year.

Camp Karma

Address: 2056 Stone Mountain Road, Bedford, Virginia 24523

No need to bring any of your own gear, as Camp Karma provides a four person tent, two cots with mattresses, utensils, a free bucket of wood and bag of ice. All guests need to provide are your own sleeping bags, pillows and food.

Set out on your day enjoying the Appalachian Trails, knowing that when you return, your campsite will already be set up for you.

Cost is $75 per night. Price includes a bucket of wood ($10), 10lb. bag of ice ($2.35) and electric ($5).

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