Woodsy Airbnb Cabins Near Philadelphia That You Can Book for Your Next Hiking Getaway
All around a two-hour drive from Philly.
If you’re ready and eager to spend a weekend (or midweek!) hitting the trails, these Airbnb cabin rentals — all around a two-hour drive from Philly — make it easy to turn any woodsy outing into a full mini vacay, no matter the season. Read on for our pairings of Airbnb rentals and hiking itineraries perfect for exploring and enjoying the great outdoors of Pennsylvania.
Airbnb Cabins Near Philadelphia
This ultra-sleek, two-bedroom cottage near Long Pond has a gorgeous deck for outdoor grilling if the weather’s nice, or you can camp out inside in front of the fireplace with a good book and some hot apple cider. Price: Averages around $279 per night.
Where to hike: Big Pocono State Park is good for experienced hikers who aren’t afraid of steep grades. Hit the Indian Trail for some great vistas.
The aesthetic of this A-frame near Greentown is basically woodsy comfort meets midcentury modern. Along with two bedrooms, you’ll find a wood-burning fireplace, fully stocked kitchen (with a cute Coolerator!), and retro-inspired furniture and decor. There’s also a fire pit, back deck, and grill. Price: Averages around $306 per night.
Where to hike: A 10-minute drive away is Promised Land State Park, where you’ll find 50 miles of hiking trails, including Bruce Lake Trail featuring a natural glacier lake.
If you want to feel like you’ve been dropped into a movie set out west, we suggest this adorable four-bedroom cottage near Lake Harmony. Set right in the middle of Split Rock Resort, your stay will put you near all kinds of kayak and other boating rentals as well as recreational sports fields. Plus, there’s a fire pit right outside for all the s’mores roasting and ghost-story telling you could desire. Price: Averages around $294 per night.
Where to hike: Beltzville State Park, where you can hike to some waterfalls or past historic landmarks, like a 1700s slate quarry. Alternatively, this cabin is also right next door to Hickory Run State Park, where you’ll find more than 40 miles of hiking trails and fishing-friendly streams.
An interior decorator’s dream, this elegant cabin in the Poconos features an inviting, open-floor-plan common space, complete with a fireplace and a well-equipped kitchen, that will ensure you won’t want to leave. Price: Averages around $203 per night.
Where to hike: If you do decide to explore, the cabin is close to Tobyhanna State Park, with great trails and views of the gorgeous 170-acre Tobyhanna Lake.
This cabin is so cute that it has its own Instagram! Check out @poconocabin for more views of the cozy living room and picturesque lakes and waterfalls nearby. With endless trees in sight from its spacious deck or cozy windows, you’ll forget the outside world even exists. Price: Averages around $195 per night.
Add a touch of luxury to your fall getaway with this stunning choice. Featuring a hot tub overlooking a brook, a mezzanine catwalk, and a gorgeous modern living space, this cabin is both cozy and stylish. Price: Averages around $359 per night.
Where to hike: For a fall trip, check out the Mountainview County Nature Park, with views of the Tappan Zee Bridge and the bio-diverse Bear Swamp near the top. In winter months, try Camelback Mountain (only minutes away), which boasts some of the best skiing in Pennsylvania.
While the weather’s still warm, this pet-friendly cabin boasts a large front deck perfect for hanging out with friends and enjoying the beautiful fall foliage. Inside, warm redwood tones and a charming fireplace will make you feel at home right away. Price: Averages around $133 per night.
Where to hike: The Austin T. Blakeslee Natural Area features two-ish miles of dog-friendly hiking trails that will take you past a waterfall.
This secluded one-bedroom cabin is a total break from the outside the world: It’s 100-percent solar-powered, off the grid, and perfect for a quiet romantic getaway. Plus, it’s got a deck, grill, and fire pit outside. Price: Averages around $99 per night.
Where to hike: If you’re ready for a trip, check out the 1,000-acre Locust Lake State Park, which has a 3.4-mile trail beside the calm Locust Lake.