ZOOMER Magazine



If you want starry nights, campfires and s’mores, as well as hot showers, soft sheets and reliable wi-fi, Virginia offers lots of creative options for getting close to nature without roughing it. These alt-accommodat­ions include Rose River Farm’s cedar and glass yurts, nestled at the base of the Blue Ridge mountains, with over 1,100 square feet of space and all the mod cons. Primland Resort’s three luxe treehouses let you sleep close to the sky and take your morning coffee on a forest perch with spectacula­r views of the Dan River Gorge. The tipis at Sandy River Outdoor Adventure Resort are climate-controlled and can comfortabl­y sleep six people, while The Depot Lodge in northern Virginia can fix you up with a tricked-out vintage 1967 Airstream.

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