Conestoga Ranch, Garden City, Utah: Life at this remote Utah ranch is centered around Bear Lake, where guests can stay in 19th-century style Conestoga wagons or glamping-style tents.
Orca Island Cabins, Seward, Alaska: Seven solar-powered yurts are tucked into this private island in Resurrection Bay, where guests can fish for their own dinner or stand-up paddleboard or kayak to spot wildlife.
The Broadmoor Cloud Camp, Colorado Springs, Colorado: More than 9,000 feet atop Cheyenne Mountain, this property offers 12 individual cabins and seven rooms in an American West-style lodge and 360-degree views of the Colorado Rockies.
El Capitan Canyon, Santa Barbara, California: Upscale cedar cabins and fully-equipped safari tents are clustered in villages along the seasonal El Capitan Creek.
Schooner Stephen Taber, Rockland, Maine: While there are plenty of places to stay along the Maine coast, the Schooner Stephen Taber offers a different view: seafaring adventures from three to six nights without a set itinerary. The weather and the tides help decide your schedule.
Saugerties Lighthouse, Saugerties, New York: There are just two coveted bedrooms in this 1869 lighthouse on the Hudson River. The lighthouse offers views of the Hudson River Valley and Catskill Mountains.
Treehouse Cottages, Eureka Springs, Arkansas: While three of these tree houses are located on a wooded hillside just minutes from downtown, four are actually within a 33-acre forest. (Jacuzzi included.)
El Cosmico, Marfa, Texas: A 21-acre nomadic hotel and campground, El Cosmico has Sioux-style teepees, renovated vintage trailers, safari and scout tents, a Mongolian yurt and tent campsites to rent. The shared spaces include a reading room, hammock grove, an outdoor kitchen and outdoor stage.
Jade Mountain Resort, Saint Lucia: The fourth wall is absent at each of this Caribbean resort's 24 infinity pool sanctuaries or five sky Jacuzzi suites. In keeping with the peaceful atmosphere, there are no televisions or Wi-Fi in the guest rooms.
Free Spirit Spheres, Qualicum Beach, Canada: People can sleep in the trees in one of three handcrafted spheres in the trees of Vancouver Island's rainforest. Heaters, bedding and snacks are included in the spheres.