The Fourth of July is almost here, and friends and families are getting ready to spend time with their nearest and dearest—firing up the grill, pulling out their favorite red, white, and blue outfits from the closet, and planning where to see their local fireworks from.
America’s Independence Day is all about celebrating, so what better way to celebrate than taking a last-minute weekend getaway to one of these incredible and unique glamping accommodations?
Texas Glamping Getaway
Picture Fourth of July weekend relaxing in Texas with your closest friends and family at this unique multi-level cabin—indulging in the indoor hot tub or sauna and sipping on a cool beverage.
Accommodating six guests, this cabin rental is perfect for the holiday weekend, with an open-plan main floor for an inclusive chilling area, a patio with outdoor furniture, and a propane barbecue for grilling out.
You can also use the spacious yard to play themed games, or for a more active weekend, explore the 26 miles of fossil-laden trails on the property.
If you don’t want to miss a Fourth of July fireworks display, visit the nearby Fossil Rim Wildlife Center to see an epic show!
New York Glamping Getaway
This repurposed Winnebago camper provides the ultimate glamping getaway on the Fourth of July. Encompassed in 103 acres of woodlands, this rental is ideal for escaping the inevitable crowds and can accommodate up to four guests.
The camper is perfect for cooking up a feast in the kitchen, while outside, you can enjoy the fruits of your labor al fresco style—complete with a view of the sweeping trees that surround the accommodation.
What’s more? If you don’t feel like leaving your furry friend at home, you can bring them along for the party, as the camper is also pet-friendly!
California Glamping Getaway
Being surrounded by the serene lakes and mountains of California sounds nothing short of heavenly for a long weekend away, and this rustic cabin in Big Bear City has a plethora of activities for a more unique Fourth of July!
The adrenaline-filled experiences include zip-lining tours, helicopter flights, boating, and kayaking, with the undeniably stunning San Bernardino National Forest as the backdrop.
If the usual traditions are set in stone, don’t worry—this six-person cabin has a furnished deck and a charcoal barbecue, where all the festivities can easily take place.
To take your celebrating to another level, visit Big Bear Mountain Resort to watch Southern California’s largest fireworks show at the summit of the mountain, which will give you both awe-inspiring views and family-friendly entertainment.
Colorado Glamping Getaway
Call up your 10 closest friends and family, and head to this gorgeous cottage rental among a mountainous paradise near Breckenridge, Colorado.
This is perfect for the large group getaway you’ve all been looking for. What could be a better excuse than Fourth of July weekend?
Food holds a special place in everyone’s hearts, and stomachs, on this holiday, and a full spread can be whipped up in the well-equipped kitchen and arranged on the large dining table—burgers, hot dogs, and chips galore.
After a hearty meal, kick back and relax in the hot tub, sip on a cool beverage, and soak in the miles of stunning vistas.
Washington Glamping Getaway
Wake up to some of America’s most beautiful landscapes with this vacation rental in White Salmon, Washington, which boasts floor-to-ceiling windows every which way you turn.
Whether you’re looking out at the view from inside or relaxing out on the private deck, the natural beauty will make you appreciate this country, even more, this Fourth of July.
Guests can grill out on the deck, take a dip in the hot tub, and appreciate the incredible views of the Columbia River Gorge below.
If missing a parade is not an option, be sure to head into downtown White Salmon for a fun-filled afternoon for the whole family.
If you’re feeling inspired to pack up your things and escape the city next weekend, check out more of Glamping Hub’s Fourth of July favorites that are all available for the festivities!
This post was written by the fabulous Eleanor Stanesby.