There’s much more to lodging than just a traditional hotel. From spending the night in a tiny home to glamping in a yurt, there are plenty of out-of-the-ordinary accommodations. Rent out an entire apartment or home. All that’s on top of choosing among hundreds of destinations.
Cabin, Yurt, and Glamping Rentals in CO
Colorado is full of unique hotels and vacation rentals, one-of-a-kind places that will live long in your memories. These range from yurts, teepees, and cabins, similar to those found in the state parks above, to home and apartment rentals, such as the Indy’s boyhood house where Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark was filmed.
Of Colorado’s forty-two state parks, over thirty provide campgrounds, however, a select few offer a glamping experience worth sharing here. You can stay overnight in a tepee, yurt, or cabin at some of these state parks. All are reservable.
Map of Cabin, Yurt and Glamping Rentals
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Renting Cabins, Yurts and Glamping in Colorado
Travelers, these days, no longer want a generic, one-size-fits-all vacation. They want to explore and feel immersed in the surroundings they find themselves in, such as the outdoors. It’s no longer just about experiencing life from inside, it’s about living in what’s outside. Cabin, yurt, and glamping rentals are just the way to do that and experience the most beautiful places in the world.
Beyond the four walls of a traditional hotel, there are many alternatives for lodging and accommodations in Colorado that seamlessly blend with the outdoors and today’s modern amenities. For many who travel to and live in Colorado, there are many ways to experience the adventurous spirit of the Rocky Mountains, and what better way to do that than with a stay in a cabin, yurt, or glamping tent?
Gain backcountry access in the winter from the simple confines of a yurt or pamper yourself with fine furnishings and running water in a glamping tent. Many state parks offer cabins, yurts, and tipis for rent. Or private ranches and certain hospitality locales feature glamping yurts or tents on their property for the full the Mountain West experience.
The perfect blend of glamour and camping, Glamping is ideal for those who want to experience the beauty of nature at their doorstep but without ‘roughing it’ in a basic tent. It provides those who need a little more cushioning with modern luxuries such as a bed, running water, and sometimes electricity.
While there are certainly glamping yurts to rent in Colorado, most yurts you’ll find are a bit more basic and primitive and tend to be more remote in location. The portable circular structure can either be built for winter or for summer using different materials. Most rentals you will find have basics like bed linens, a wood stove, and a washbasin but no running water or electricity.
Renting a cabin in Colorado is pretty easy to come by. Almost any town or city you visit will offer some sort of rental cabins. For those who still like the security of four walls, but want direct access to the outdoors, cabin rentals are your thing. You’ll find everything from basic fishing and hunting cabins to luxurious cabins with all the fine fixings.
Find your Colorado cabin, yurt, and glamping rentals below and begin your adventure today!
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