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July 16, 2024

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Dome Glamping in Savage Gulch, Tennessee

Fun Options for Tennessee Glamping

Now that winter's behind us ... let's go glamping! We've found lots of special sites and accommodations in Tennessee, so it's time to get adventurous!

It’s spring, and that means it’s Tennessee Glamping time. We’ve done a little of the inspiring footwork for you with a few selections below. Simply click on the links to find rates and booking options. Have a little fun on your own by exploring everything that’s out there. And don’t overlook Hipcamp for Tennessee Glamping options in addition to Airbnb and GlampingHub. There is everything from yurts, cabins and tents to lots of treehouses, too.

Tennessee Glamping, Y’all!

These four-person dome dwellings overlook Center Hill Lake. PHOTO: FACEBOOK.

CENTER HILL LAKE GLAMPING DOMES

Center Hill Lake Domes include Twin Falls for four guests overlooking the lake. Or, you can choose the Burgess Falls Glamping Dome with a multi-tier deck and jacuzzi.

 

One of the dwellings at Forest Gully Farms.Β  PHOTO: FACEBOOK.

 

 

FOREST GULLY FARMS

In Santa Fe, Tenn., stay in an underground Hobbit-like dwelling for up to eight. Included are a bath house and seclusion for the most private of getaways.

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Tiny cabin at Getaway Dale Hollow. PHOTO: FACEBOOK

 

GETAWAY DALE HOLLOW

Located in Moss, Tenn., 40 Tiny cabins await. Each cabin comes with a queen-size bed or bunk, AC or heat, a two-burner stove, a toilet, sink, drinking water and more.

 

 

 

 

A Dome dwelling by Glamp By Stay Minty. PHOTO: INSTAGRAM

 

 

GLAMP BY STAY MINTY, SMOKY MOUNTAINS

Stay in one of eight domes in Cosby, Tenn. Private jacuzzis are included with all domes. Large domes sleep up to seven people.

 

 

 

 

Lemon Lane Farms accommodations include this “canned ham” style camper. PHOTO: FACEBOOK

 

 

 

 

LEMON LANE FARM

Book one of Lemon Lane’s accommodations in Grandview, Tenn. Options include the “Happy Camper” (shown). In addition, there’s “Winnie Jane,” a 1968 Winnebago, “Cowgirl Cabin” with a vintage vibe, a Tiny House and more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of the treehouses at CampLeconte.

 

 

 

 

CAMP LECONTE LUXURY OUTDOOR RESORT

Located in Gatlinburg, stay in one of Camp LeConte’s tree houses high above the ground. Furthermore, you can opt for a safari tent or retro camper or bring in your own RV or trailer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Treetop Hideaways, Ruby Falls includes five options for rustic glamping. PHOTO: Treetop Hideaways.

 

 

 

TREETOP HIDEAWAYS, RUBY FALLS

Treetop Hideaways is located in Ruby Falls at the foot of Lookout Mountain. There are three different glamping cabins to choose from such as The “Dogwood” (pictured).

 

Under Canvas Smoky Mountains, PHOTO BY PAUL JOYNER/Under Canvas

 

 

UNDER CANVAS

Under Canvas Smoky Mountains is located near Gatlinburg. Glamping options include deluxe tents with adjacent kid tipis. In addition, there are tent suites, a Stargazer tent with a viewing window and several options in Safari tents.

 

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