Bucket List Lakeside Glamping in a Boxcar near Vergas, MN

I’m constantly on the lookout for a great place to spend the weekend on a lake – and thanks to this unique location via Airbnb, you can glamp in a private boxcar on Rose Lake in Otter Tail County.

Located near Vergas, Minnesota, Rose Lake Glamping offers a unique way to escape your routine for a unique getaway.

Each of their two conestoga covered wagons can accommodate four people and you can rent one or both depending on availability on the north shore of Rose Lake.

The wagons include their own grill, outdoor table, fireplace and bathroom. There is also a separate playroom and laundry room and kitchenette which would be shared if another wagon was rented by another party. There is a dock with a swimming area – and you can also hire a pontoon.

Bucket List Minnesota Glamping in a Covered Car by the Lake

At $ 150 a night per car, it’s economical enough for a truly unique experience. You can find out more about booking a wagon HERE.

The website GlampingHub.com has listings for over 200 glamping opportunities unique to Minnesota, including cabins, yurts, remodeled barns, luxury tents, private islands, treehouses, and more.

When I think of heading out into the great outdoors, I naturally turn to summer accommodations – but looking at all of these cool glamping options, many with wood-burning stoves and heat, a winter getaway can be cozy, unique. and just as memorable as anything in summer.

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