Looking for some unique outdoor lodging for a glamping trip – try these safari and luxury tents, tipis, or eco domes. Organized glamping trips feature all of the exposure to the great outdoors as traditional camping trips, without the bugs, wild animals, sudden storms, leaking tents, smelly sleeping bags, and questionable food but with amenities such as tents that are rigged for electrical power, which means occupants can operate appliances, reading lamps, and climate controls. People may sleep on full-size air mattresses, or even regular spring mattresses. The tents or tipis are like stand-alone rooms with canvas walls and ceilings, hardwood floors and made-up beds with heated mattress pads.

Texas Safari Tents You’ll Love

Waywaytaysee Resort

Wahwahtaysee Resort

Kingsbury, Texas

Blisswood Bed & Breakfast

Blisswood Bed & Breakfast Ranch

Cat Spring, Texas

Ranch 3232

Ranch 3232

Johnson City, Texas

Son’s Blue River

Kingsbury, Texas

Sinya Safari Tent lodging

Spoon Mountain

Wimberley, Texas


Geronimo Creek Retreat

Seguin, Texas

Fossil Rim Safari Tent Lodging

Fossil Rim Wildlife Center

Glen Rose, Texas

Safari tent rental in Marfa

El Cosmico

Marfa, Texas

If you are looking for an unusual weekend stay, then take a look at If you can’t find something here of interest, then take a look at our cabins, treehouses, vintage caravans, tiny houses, railroad cars, yurts, safari tents, eco domes for some other unique glamping options.

Simon Trask
Author: Simon Trask

Simon loves Texas and the Great Outdoors. From East Texas pines to West Texas mountains, he calls North Texas home but is always ready to float a river in Hill Country or go fishing on the Gulf Coast. Simon loves camping and road trips as well, whether it's cruising Highway 287, 82, 69 or 281, that's the true way to see what Texas is all about!

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