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The Most Luxurious Airbnb Cottages in Every State

The Most Luxurious Airbnb Cottages in Every State


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You don't need to literally live large to enjoy luxury.

Beautiful views and gorgeous interiors abound at these quaint and luxurious listings.

By their very nature and history, cottages are typically small, modest homes, often located in a serene location near a lake or the sea. Today, the styles of these quaint abodes can run the gamut, and best of all, it's easier than ever to stay one. In order to help you plan your dream vacation, we've assembled some of the best, most luxurious cottages listed on Airbnb.

Click here for the The Most Luxurious Airbnb Cottages in Every State gallery.

All of these cottages are well-appointed and comfortable, but some have more going for them than that. Their gorgeous settings make them stand out from the crowd, so they’re perfect for those who crave a cozy old home near a beautiful beach, up in the mountains, or secluded in a peaceful, wooded area. Others have a funky, creative, or minimalist vibe, bearing the feel of the big cities in which they’re found.

Within this guide, you'll find a whimsical cabin cottage in Washington state on the water and a castle cottage in New York's romantic Lake George, with stunning views from its stone terraces. A beach cottage in Old Saybrook, Connecticut, is an example of a true cottage, its owners note — a simple summer getaway that is mostly unheated. In Hawaii, you’ll find a tropical version of the beloved cottage — an elegant Honolulu bungalow with jaw-dropping views from its many windows and the lanai. No matter where you may want to roam, you should make it a point to check out the most luxurious Airbnb cottages in every state.


Look inside 10 of NJ's wildest Airbnbs: Teepees, a yacht and a house boat (PHOTOS)

Ever wonder what it would be like to stay on a yacht for a few nights outside of Manhattan or go "glamping" in a tent in Sussex County?

Airbnbs have become a popular alternative to the traditional weeklong vacation rental or booking a few nights at a hotel.

The hospitality company, which allows homeowners to rent out their properties, was on pace to have more than 100 million stays in 2017. The service allows travelers to choose from a variety of unique lodging options that previously were not available to the public.

Here are 10 of New Jersey's more interesting Airbnbs.

Tiny Lakefront Cabin, Cape May Court House ($200 per night)

There may be no running water, no air conditioning, no TV and no Wi-Fi, but this Cape May Court House Airbnb has a lot to offer. The eco-friendly Amish-built log cabin sits on 32 acres of scenic (and secluded) land.

The tiny cabin sleeps two. While there is no running water indoors, there is an outdoor shower to use during the warmer months.

The stay at this Airbnb includes beach passes and opportunities to hike and boat on the property.

"Come to write, read, create, connect or find stillness and silence," the listing states. "Make this your base for outdoor recreation and adventure."

Sioux Indian teepee, Cape May ($135 per night)

It's not as authentic as it may look on the outside, but yes, you can rent a teepee in New Jersey. Located within the Beachcomber Camping Resort in Cape May, these Sioux Indian teepees sleep six and include an outdoor picnic table and fire ring, as well as a charcoal grill, according to the listing.

You are not limited to the confines of the teepees. The 100-acre park has "full-service resort amenities," including two lakes, a large beach and six pools, and offers kayak and paddle board rentals. Oh, and it's just 25 cents to shower for 4 minutes!

River Resort Tiny House, Egg Harbor Township ($145 per night)

While not as tiny as the lakefront cabin in Cape May County, this Egg Harbor Township Airbnb also fits the bill as a tiny house. Built on a 28-foot trailer, the rental is located in an RV park along a river in the Atlantic County township. It has three bedrooms and one bathroom.

Pictured is the "main" area of the tiny home.

The rental is located within 15 minutes of Ocean City and 30 minutes of Atlantic City. According to the listing, the home comes with three beach badges to use at the Ocean City beach.

The Little Fisherman's Cottage, Ocean City ($260 per night)

Located on a street referred to as "Tiny Town" in Ocean City's Riviera neighborhood, this bayside cottage has one bedroom and one bathroom. According to the listing, the tiny home has been meticulously restored over the past 12 years.

French doors lead into the 420-square-foot space that is "decorated with unique nautical artifacts reminiscent of the old shore-side lifestyle," according to the listing. The home is close to Jersey Shore summer staples, like the beach, the boardwalk and mini-golf.

Industrial Barn Artist Studio, Lebanon ($57 per night)

We now step away from the world of tiny homes and teepees down the Shore and head to Hunterdon County, where this old-school, recently restored barn is available on Airbnb. The 547-square-foot studio can sleep two and has ceilings up to 14 feet high.

The listing describes the Airbnb as being "ideal for a retreat, writing, reconnecting, decompressing." The rental has seven large windows and three skylights.

Outside, the barn offers a supreme area for "nature strolls and jogs."

Houseboat, Brick ($89 per night)

All aboard Captain Ron's houseboat! Docked on the Metedeconk River, the boat has three decks, two bedrooms and can sleep four. "It's a great place to destress from the hassles of everyday life in the city," the listing states.

It is a little cramped inside, and that could be the reason why the Airbnb's listing harps on the three decks it has to enjoy. The listing says guests can enjoy fireworks every Thursday during the summer from the top deck.

Some pro tips when renting this place:

  • The toilet has a limit of 21 flushes a week.
  • You cannot use the microwave while the air conditioning is running.

House and Horse Farm, Pilesgrove ($125 per night)

Every wonder what it is like to live on a working farm? This is your opportunity. While the owners won't turn the whole farm over to its guests, two bedrooms and two bathrooms are available to rent at this 45-acre Pilesgrove horse farm.

The listing describes the private rooms as "spacious hotel-quality guest rooms." Also on the property is a patio area with a large saltwater pool (pictured below), woods to explore and an opportunity to see how a horse farm operates up close.

"Denise has a beautiful home in a farm full of wonderful animals. It was slightly difficult to find the first time as my GPS wasn't working properly in the remote area, but Denise was quick to give directions over the phone and they even drove out to main road to meet us. They have nicely equipped kitchen which was a priority for us as my mom likes to cook meals. Denise and her husband were gracious enough to cook and dine with us, and made us feel at home." Simar Preet, June 2018

Tent Cabin in the Woods, Stillwater

"Glamping" has become more and more popular over the years. Out with the days of hunting your own food and making a fire with some sticks. Now you can rent a tent on Airbnb for $119 per night. At that price, guests get a "magical site on the enchanted brook" and the ability to tell their friends they did something adventurous and say they went camping.


Look inside 10 of NJ's wildest Airbnbs: Teepees, a yacht and a house boat (PHOTOS)

Ever wonder what it would be like to stay on a yacht for a few nights outside of Manhattan or go "glamping" in a tent in Sussex County?

Airbnbs have become a popular alternative to the traditional weeklong vacation rental or booking a few nights at a hotel.

The hospitality company, which allows homeowners to rent out their properties, was on pace to have more than 100 million stays in 2017. The service allows travelers to choose from a variety of unique lodging options that previously were not available to the public.

Here are 10 of New Jersey's more interesting Airbnbs.

Tiny Lakefront Cabin, Cape May Court House ($200 per night)

There may be no running water, no air conditioning, no TV and no Wi-Fi, but this Cape May Court House Airbnb has a lot to offer. The eco-friendly Amish-built log cabin sits on 32 acres of scenic (and secluded) land.

The tiny cabin sleeps two. While there is no running water indoors, there is an outdoor shower to use during the warmer months.

The stay at this Airbnb includes beach passes and opportunities to hike and boat on the property.

"Come to write, read, create, connect or find stillness and silence," the listing states. "Make this your base for outdoor recreation and adventure."

Sioux Indian teepee, Cape May ($135 per night)

It's not as authentic as it may look on the outside, but yes, you can rent a teepee in New Jersey. Located within the Beachcomber Camping Resort in Cape May, these Sioux Indian teepees sleep six and include an outdoor picnic table and fire ring, as well as a charcoal grill, according to the listing.

You are not limited to the confines of the teepees. The 100-acre park has "full-service resort amenities," including two lakes, a large beach and six pools, and offers kayak and paddle board rentals. Oh, and it's just 25 cents to shower for 4 minutes!

River Resort Tiny House, Egg Harbor Township ($145 per night)

While not as tiny as the lakefront cabin in Cape May County, this Egg Harbor Township Airbnb also fits the bill as a tiny house. Built on a 28-foot trailer, the rental is located in an RV park along a river in the Atlantic County township. It has three bedrooms and one bathroom.

Pictured is the "main" area of the tiny home.

The rental is located within 15 minutes of Ocean City and 30 minutes of Atlantic City. According to the listing, the home comes with three beach badges to use at the Ocean City beach.

The Little Fisherman's Cottage, Ocean City ($260 per night)

Located on a street referred to as "Tiny Town" in Ocean City's Riviera neighborhood, this bayside cottage has one bedroom and one bathroom. According to the listing, the tiny home has been meticulously restored over the past 12 years.

French doors lead into the 420-square-foot space that is "decorated with unique nautical artifacts reminiscent of the old shore-side lifestyle," according to the listing. The home is close to Jersey Shore summer staples, like the beach, the boardwalk and mini-golf.

Industrial Barn Artist Studio, Lebanon ($57 per night)

We now step away from the world of tiny homes and teepees down the Shore and head to Hunterdon County, where this old-school, recently restored barn is available on Airbnb. The 547-square-foot studio can sleep two and has ceilings up to 14 feet high.

The listing describes the Airbnb as being "ideal for a retreat, writing, reconnecting, decompressing." The rental has seven large windows and three skylights.

Outside, the barn offers a supreme area for "nature strolls and jogs."

Houseboat, Brick ($89 per night)

All aboard Captain Ron's houseboat! Docked on the Metedeconk River, the boat has three decks, two bedrooms and can sleep four. "It's a great place to destress from the hassles of everyday life in the city," the listing states.

It is a little cramped inside, and that could be the reason why the Airbnb's listing harps on the three decks it has to enjoy. The listing says guests can enjoy fireworks every Thursday during the summer from the top deck.

Some pro tips when renting this place:

  • The toilet has a limit of 21 flushes a week.
  • You cannot use the microwave while the air conditioning is running.

House and Horse Farm, Pilesgrove ($125 per night)

Every wonder what it is like to live on a working farm? This is your opportunity. While the owners won't turn the whole farm over to its guests, two bedrooms and two bathrooms are available to rent at this 45-acre Pilesgrove horse farm.

The listing describes the private rooms as "spacious hotel-quality guest rooms." Also on the property is a patio area with a large saltwater pool (pictured below), woods to explore and an opportunity to see how a horse farm operates up close.

"Denise has a beautiful home in a farm full of wonderful animals. It was slightly difficult to find the first time as my GPS wasn't working properly in the remote area, but Denise was quick to give directions over the phone and they even drove out to main road to meet us. They have nicely equipped kitchen which was a priority for us as my mom likes to cook meals. Denise and her husband were gracious enough to cook and dine with us, and made us feel at home." Simar Preet, June 2018

Tent Cabin in the Woods, Stillwater

"Glamping" has become more and more popular over the years. Out with the days of hunting your own food and making a fire with some sticks. Now you can rent a tent on Airbnb for $119 per night. At that price, guests get a "magical site on the enchanted brook" and the ability to tell their friends they did something adventurous and say they went camping.


Look inside 10 of NJ's wildest Airbnbs: Teepees, a yacht and a house boat (PHOTOS)

Ever wonder what it would be like to stay on a yacht for a few nights outside of Manhattan or go "glamping" in a tent in Sussex County?

Airbnbs have become a popular alternative to the traditional weeklong vacation rental or booking a few nights at a hotel.

The hospitality company, which allows homeowners to rent out their properties, was on pace to have more than 100 million stays in 2017. The service allows travelers to choose from a variety of unique lodging options that previously were not available to the public.

Here are 10 of New Jersey's more interesting Airbnbs.

Tiny Lakefront Cabin, Cape May Court House ($200 per night)

There may be no running water, no air conditioning, no TV and no Wi-Fi, but this Cape May Court House Airbnb has a lot to offer. The eco-friendly Amish-built log cabin sits on 32 acres of scenic (and secluded) land.

The tiny cabin sleeps two. While there is no running water indoors, there is an outdoor shower to use during the warmer months.

The stay at this Airbnb includes beach passes and opportunities to hike and boat on the property.

"Come to write, read, create, connect or find stillness and silence," the listing states. "Make this your base for outdoor recreation and adventure."

Sioux Indian teepee, Cape May ($135 per night)

It's not as authentic as it may look on the outside, but yes, you can rent a teepee in New Jersey. Located within the Beachcomber Camping Resort in Cape May, these Sioux Indian teepees sleep six and include an outdoor picnic table and fire ring, as well as a charcoal grill, according to the listing.

You are not limited to the confines of the teepees. The 100-acre park has "full-service resort amenities," including two lakes, a large beach and six pools, and offers kayak and paddle board rentals. Oh, and it's just 25 cents to shower for 4 minutes!

River Resort Tiny House, Egg Harbor Township ($145 per night)

While not as tiny as the lakefront cabin in Cape May County, this Egg Harbor Township Airbnb also fits the bill as a tiny house. Built on a 28-foot trailer, the rental is located in an RV park along a river in the Atlantic County township. It has three bedrooms and one bathroom.

Pictured is the "main" area of the tiny home.

The rental is located within 15 minutes of Ocean City and 30 minutes of Atlantic City. According to the listing, the home comes with three beach badges to use at the Ocean City beach.

The Little Fisherman's Cottage, Ocean City ($260 per night)

Located on a street referred to as "Tiny Town" in Ocean City's Riviera neighborhood, this bayside cottage has one bedroom and one bathroom. According to the listing, the tiny home has been meticulously restored over the past 12 years.

French doors lead into the 420-square-foot space that is "decorated with unique nautical artifacts reminiscent of the old shore-side lifestyle," according to the listing. The home is close to Jersey Shore summer staples, like the beach, the boardwalk and mini-golf.

Industrial Barn Artist Studio, Lebanon ($57 per night)

We now step away from the world of tiny homes and teepees down the Shore and head to Hunterdon County, where this old-school, recently restored barn is available on Airbnb. The 547-square-foot studio can sleep two and has ceilings up to 14 feet high.

The listing describes the Airbnb as being "ideal for a retreat, writing, reconnecting, decompressing." The rental has seven large windows and three skylights.

Outside, the barn offers a supreme area for "nature strolls and jogs."

Houseboat, Brick ($89 per night)

All aboard Captain Ron's houseboat! Docked on the Metedeconk River, the boat has three decks, two bedrooms and can sleep four. "It's a great place to destress from the hassles of everyday life in the city," the listing states.

It is a little cramped inside, and that could be the reason why the Airbnb's listing harps on the three decks it has to enjoy. The listing says guests can enjoy fireworks every Thursday during the summer from the top deck.

Some pro tips when renting this place:

  • The toilet has a limit of 21 flushes a week.
  • You cannot use the microwave while the air conditioning is running.

House and Horse Farm, Pilesgrove ($125 per night)

Every wonder what it is like to live on a working farm? This is your opportunity. While the owners won't turn the whole farm over to its guests, two bedrooms and two bathrooms are available to rent at this 45-acre Pilesgrove horse farm.

The listing describes the private rooms as "spacious hotel-quality guest rooms." Also on the property is a patio area with a large saltwater pool (pictured below), woods to explore and an opportunity to see how a horse farm operates up close.

"Denise has a beautiful home in a farm full of wonderful animals. It was slightly difficult to find the first time as my GPS wasn't working properly in the remote area, but Denise was quick to give directions over the phone and they even drove out to main road to meet us. They have nicely equipped kitchen which was a priority for us as my mom likes to cook meals. Denise and her husband were gracious enough to cook and dine with us, and made us feel at home." Simar Preet, June 2018

Tent Cabin in the Woods, Stillwater

"Glamping" has become more and more popular over the years. Out with the days of hunting your own food and making a fire with some sticks. Now you can rent a tent on Airbnb for $119 per night. At that price, guests get a "magical site on the enchanted brook" and the ability to tell their friends they did something adventurous and say they went camping.


Look inside 10 of NJ's wildest Airbnbs: Teepees, a yacht and a house boat (PHOTOS)

Ever wonder what it would be like to stay on a yacht for a few nights outside of Manhattan or go "glamping" in a tent in Sussex County?

Airbnbs have become a popular alternative to the traditional weeklong vacation rental or booking a few nights at a hotel.

The hospitality company, which allows homeowners to rent out their properties, was on pace to have more than 100 million stays in 2017. The service allows travelers to choose from a variety of unique lodging options that previously were not available to the public.

Here are 10 of New Jersey's more interesting Airbnbs.

Tiny Lakefront Cabin, Cape May Court House ($200 per night)

There may be no running water, no air conditioning, no TV and no Wi-Fi, but this Cape May Court House Airbnb has a lot to offer. The eco-friendly Amish-built log cabin sits on 32 acres of scenic (and secluded) land.

The tiny cabin sleeps two. While there is no running water indoors, there is an outdoor shower to use during the warmer months.

The stay at this Airbnb includes beach passes and opportunities to hike and boat on the property.

"Come to write, read, create, connect or find stillness and silence," the listing states. "Make this your base for outdoor recreation and adventure."

Sioux Indian teepee, Cape May ($135 per night)

It's not as authentic as it may look on the outside, but yes, you can rent a teepee in New Jersey. Located within the Beachcomber Camping Resort in Cape May, these Sioux Indian teepees sleep six and include an outdoor picnic table and fire ring, as well as a charcoal grill, according to the listing.

You are not limited to the confines of the teepees. The 100-acre park has "full-service resort amenities," including two lakes, a large beach and six pools, and offers kayak and paddle board rentals. Oh, and it's just 25 cents to shower for 4 minutes!

River Resort Tiny House, Egg Harbor Township ($145 per night)

While not as tiny as the lakefront cabin in Cape May County, this Egg Harbor Township Airbnb also fits the bill as a tiny house. Built on a 28-foot trailer, the rental is located in an RV park along a river in the Atlantic County township. It has three bedrooms and one bathroom.

Pictured is the "main" area of the tiny home.

The rental is located within 15 minutes of Ocean City and 30 minutes of Atlantic City. According to the listing, the home comes with three beach badges to use at the Ocean City beach.

The Little Fisherman's Cottage, Ocean City ($260 per night)

Located on a street referred to as "Tiny Town" in Ocean City's Riviera neighborhood, this bayside cottage has one bedroom and one bathroom. According to the listing, the tiny home has been meticulously restored over the past 12 years.

French doors lead into the 420-square-foot space that is "decorated with unique nautical artifacts reminiscent of the old shore-side lifestyle," according to the listing. The home is close to Jersey Shore summer staples, like the beach, the boardwalk and mini-golf.

Industrial Barn Artist Studio, Lebanon ($57 per night)

We now step away from the world of tiny homes and teepees down the Shore and head to Hunterdon County, where this old-school, recently restored barn is available on Airbnb. The 547-square-foot studio can sleep two and has ceilings up to 14 feet high.

The listing describes the Airbnb as being "ideal for a retreat, writing, reconnecting, decompressing." The rental has seven large windows and three skylights.

Outside, the barn offers a supreme area for "nature strolls and jogs."

Houseboat, Brick ($89 per night)

All aboard Captain Ron's houseboat! Docked on the Metedeconk River, the boat has three decks, two bedrooms and can sleep four. "It's a great place to destress from the hassles of everyday life in the city," the listing states.

It is a little cramped inside, and that could be the reason why the Airbnb's listing harps on the three decks it has to enjoy. The listing says guests can enjoy fireworks every Thursday during the summer from the top deck.

Some pro tips when renting this place:

  • The toilet has a limit of 21 flushes a week.
  • You cannot use the microwave while the air conditioning is running.

House and Horse Farm, Pilesgrove ($125 per night)

Every wonder what it is like to live on a working farm? This is your opportunity. While the owners won't turn the whole farm over to its guests, two bedrooms and two bathrooms are available to rent at this 45-acre Pilesgrove horse farm.

The listing describes the private rooms as "spacious hotel-quality guest rooms." Also on the property is a patio area with a large saltwater pool (pictured below), woods to explore and an opportunity to see how a horse farm operates up close.

"Denise has a beautiful home in a farm full of wonderful animals. It was slightly difficult to find the first time as my GPS wasn't working properly in the remote area, but Denise was quick to give directions over the phone and they even drove out to main road to meet us. They have nicely equipped kitchen which was a priority for us as my mom likes to cook meals. Denise and her husband were gracious enough to cook and dine with us, and made us feel at home." Simar Preet, June 2018

Tent Cabin in the Woods, Stillwater

"Glamping" has become more and more popular over the years. Out with the days of hunting your own food and making a fire with some sticks. Now you can rent a tent on Airbnb for $119 per night. At that price, guests get a "magical site on the enchanted brook" and the ability to tell their friends they did something adventurous and say they went camping.


Look inside 10 of NJ's wildest Airbnbs: Teepees, a yacht and a house boat (PHOTOS)

Ever wonder what it would be like to stay on a yacht for a few nights outside of Manhattan or go "glamping" in a tent in Sussex County?

Airbnbs have become a popular alternative to the traditional weeklong vacation rental or booking a few nights at a hotel.

The hospitality company, which allows homeowners to rent out their properties, was on pace to have more than 100 million stays in 2017. The service allows travelers to choose from a variety of unique lodging options that previously were not available to the public.

Here are 10 of New Jersey's more interesting Airbnbs.

Tiny Lakefront Cabin, Cape May Court House ($200 per night)

There may be no running water, no air conditioning, no TV and no Wi-Fi, but this Cape May Court House Airbnb has a lot to offer. The eco-friendly Amish-built log cabin sits on 32 acres of scenic (and secluded) land.

The tiny cabin sleeps two. While there is no running water indoors, there is an outdoor shower to use during the warmer months.

The stay at this Airbnb includes beach passes and opportunities to hike and boat on the property.

"Come to write, read, create, connect or find stillness and silence," the listing states. "Make this your base for outdoor recreation and adventure."

Sioux Indian teepee, Cape May ($135 per night)

It's not as authentic as it may look on the outside, but yes, you can rent a teepee in New Jersey. Located within the Beachcomber Camping Resort in Cape May, these Sioux Indian teepees sleep six and include an outdoor picnic table and fire ring, as well as a charcoal grill, according to the listing.

You are not limited to the confines of the teepees. The 100-acre park has "full-service resort amenities," including two lakes, a large beach and six pools, and offers kayak and paddle board rentals. Oh, and it's just 25 cents to shower for 4 minutes!

River Resort Tiny House, Egg Harbor Township ($145 per night)

While not as tiny as the lakefront cabin in Cape May County, this Egg Harbor Township Airbnb also fits the bill as a tiny house. Built on a 28-foot trailer, the rental is located in an RV park along a river in the Atlantic County township. It has three bedrooms and one bathroom.

Pictured is the "main" area of the tiny home.

The rental is located within 15 minutes of Ocean City and 30 minutes of Atlantic City. According to the listing, the home comes with three beach badges to use at the Ocean City beach.

The Little Fisherman's Cottage, Ocean City ($260 per night)

Located on a street referred to as "Tiny Town" in Ocean City's Riviera neighborhood, this bayside cottage has one bedroom and one bathroom. According to the listing, the tiny home has been meticulously restored over the past 12 years.

French doors lead into the 420-square-foot space that is "decorated with unique nautical artifacts reminiscent of the old shore-side lifestyle," according to the listing. The home is close to Jersey Shore summer staples, like the beach, the boardwalk and mini-golf.

Industrial Barn Artist Studio, Lebanon ($57 per night)

We now step away from the world of tiny homes and teepees down the Shore and head to Hunterdon County, where this old-school, recently restored barn is available on Airbnb. The 547-square-foot studio can sleep two and has ceilings up to 14 feet high.

The listing describes the Airbnb as being "ideal for a retreat, writing, reconnecting, decompressing." The rental has seven large windows and three skylights.

Outside, the barn offers a supreme area for "nature strolls and jogs."

Houseboat, Brick ($89 per night)

All aboard Captain Ron's houseboat! Docked on the Metedeconk River, the boat has three decks, two bedrooms and can sleep four. "It's a great place to destress from the hassles of everyday life in the city," the listing states.

It is a little cramped inside, and that could be the reason why the Airbnb's listing harps on the three decks it has to enjoy. The listing says guests can enjoy fireworks every Thursday during the summer from the top deck.

Some pro tips when renting this place:

  • The toilet has a limit of 21 flushes a week.
  • You cannot use the microwave while the air conditioning is running.

House and Horse Farm, Pilesgrove ($125 per night)

Every wonder what it is like to live on a working farm? This is your opportunity. While the owners won't turn the whole farm over to its guests, two bedrooms and two bathrooms are available to rent at this 45-acre Pilesgrove horse farm.

The listing describes the private rooms as "spacious hotel-quality guest rooms." Also on the property is a patio area with a large saltwater pool (pictured below), woods to explore and an opportunity to see how a horse farm operates up close.

"Denise has a beautiful home in a farm full of wonderful animals. It was slightly difficult to find the first time as my GPS wasn't working properly in the remote area, but Denise was quick to give directions over the phone and they even drove out to main road to meet us. They have nicely equipped kitchen which was a priority for us as my mom likes to cook meals. Denise and her husband were gracious enough to cook and dine with us, and made us feel at home." Simar Preet, June 2018

Tent Cabin in the Woods, Stillwater

"Glamping" has become more and more popular over the years. Out with the days of hunting your own food and making a fire with some sticks. Now you can rent a tent on Airbnb for $119 per night. At that price, guests get a "magical site on the enchanted brook" and the ability to tell their friends they did something adventurous and say they went camping.


Look inside 10 of NJ's wildest Airbnbs: Teepees, a yacht and a house boat (PHOTOS)

Ever wonder what it would be like to stay on a yacht for a few nights outside of Manhattan or go "glamping" in a tent in Sussex County?

Airbnbs have become a popular alternative to the traditional weeklong vacation rental or booking a few nights at a hotel.

The hospitality company, which allows homeowners to rent out their properties, was on pace to have more than 100 million stays in 2017. The service allows travelers to choose from a variety of unique lodging options that previously were not available to the public.

Here are 10 of New Jersey's more interesting Airbnbs.

Tiny Lakefront Cabin, Cape May Court House ($200 per night)

There may be no running water, no air conditioning, no TV and no Wi-Fi, but this Cape May Court House Airbnb has a lot to offer. The eco-friendly Amish-built log cabin sits on 32 acres of scenic (and secluded) land.

The tiny cabin sleeps two. While there is no running water indoors, there is an outdoor shower to use during the warmer months.

The stay at this Airbnb includes beach passes and opportunities to hike and boat on the property.

"Come to write, read, create, connect or find stillness and silence," the listing states. "Make this your base for outdoor recreation and adventure."

Sioux Indian teepee, Cape May ($135 per night)

It's not as authentic as it may look on the outside, but yes, you can rent a teepee in New Jersey. Located within the Beachcomber Camping Resort in Cape May, these Sioux Indian teepees sleep six and include an outdoor picnic table and fire ring, as well as a charcoal grill, according to the listing.

You are not limited to the confines of the teepees. The 100-acre park has "full-service resort amenities," including two lakes, a large beach and six pools, and offers kayak and paddle board rentals. Oh, and it's just 25 cents to shower for 4 minutes!

River Resort Tiny House, Egg Harbor Township ($145 per night)

While not as tiny as the lakefront cabin in Cape May County, this Egg Harbor Township Airbnb also fits the bill as a tiny house. Built on a 28-foot trailer, the rental is located in an RV park along a river in the Atlantic County township. It has three bedrooms and one bathroom.

Pictured is the "main" area of the tiny home.

The rental is located within 15 minutes of Ocean City and 30 minutes of Atlantic City. According to the listing, the home comes with three beach badges to use at the Ocean City beach.

The Little Fisherman's Cottage, Ocean City ($260 per night)

Located on a street referred to as "Tiny Town" in Ocean City's Riviera neighborhood, this bayside cottage has one bedroom and one bathroom. According to the listing, the tiny home has been meticulously restored over the past 12 years.

French doors lead into the 420-square-foot space that is "decorated with unique nautical artifacts reminiscent of the old shore-side lifestyle," according to the listing. The home is close to Jersey Shore summer staples, like the beach, the boardwalk and mini-golf.

Industrial Barn Artist Studio, Lebanon ($57 per night)

We now step away from the world of tiny homes and teepees down the Shore and head to Hunterdon County, where this old-school, recently restored barn is available on Airbnb. The 547-square-foot studio can sleep two and has ceilings up to 14 feet high.

The listing describes the Airbnb as being "ideal for a retreat, writing, reconnecting, decompressing." The rental has seven large windows and three skylights.

Outside, the barn offers a supreme area for "nature strolls and jogs."

Houseboat, Brick ($89 per night)

All aboard Captain Ron's houseboat! Docked on the Metedeconk River, the boat has three decks, two bedrooms and can sleep four. "It's a great place to destress from the hassles of everyday life in the city," the listing states.

It is a little cramped inside, and that could be the reason why the Airbnb's listing harps on the three decks it has to enjoy. The listing says guests can enjoy fireworks every Thursday during the summer from the top deck.

Some pro tips when renting this place:

  • The toilet has a limit of 21 flushes a week.
  • You cannot use the microwave while the air conditioning is running.

House and Horse Farm, Pilesgrove ($125 per night)

Every wonder what it is like to live on a working farm? This is your opportunity. While the owners won't turn the whole farm over to its guests, two bedrooms and two bathrooms are available to rent at this 45-acre Pilesgrove horse farm.

The listing describes the private rooms as "spacious hotel-quality guest rooms." Also on the property is a patio area with a large saltwater pool (pictured below), woods to explore and an opportunity to see how a horse farm operates up close.

"Denise has a beautiful home in a farm full of wonderful animals. It was slightly difficult to find the first time as my GPS wasn't working properly in the remote area, but Denise was quick to give directions over the phone and they even drove out to main road to meet us. They have nicely equipped kitchen which was a priority for us as my mom likes to cook meals. Denise and her husband were gracious enough to cook and dine with us, and made us feel at home." Simar Preet, June 2018

Tent Cabin in the Woods, Stillwater

"Glamping" has become more and more popular over the years. Out with the days of hunting your own food and making a fire with some sticks. Now you can rent a tent on Airbnb for $119 per night. At that price, guests get a "magical site on the enchanted brook" and the ability to tell their friends they did something adventurous and say they went camping.


Look inside 10 of NJ's wildest Airbnbs: Teepees, a yacht and a house boat (PHOTOS)

Ever wonder what it would be like to stay on a yacht for a few nights outside of Manhattan or go "glamping" in a tent in Sussex County?

Airbnbs have become a popular alternative to the traditional weeklong vacation rental or booking a few nights at a hotel.

The hospitality company, which allows homeowners to rent out their properties, was on pace to have more than 100 million stays in 2017. The service allows travelers to choose from a variety of unique lodging options that previously were not available to the public.

Here are 10 of New Jersey's more interesting Airbnbs.

Tiny Lakefront Cabin, Cape May Court House ($200 per night)

There may be no running water, no air conditioning, no TV and no Wi-Fi, but this Cape May Court House Airbnb has a lot to offer. The eco-friendly Amish-built log cabin sits on 32 acres of scenic (and secluded) land.

The tiny cabin sleeps two. While there is no running water indoors, there is an outdoor shower to use during the warmer months.

The stay at this Airbnb includes beach passes and opportunities to hike and boat on the property.

"Come to write, read, create, connect or find stillness and silence," the listing states. "Make this your base for outdoor recreation and adventure."

Sioux Indian teepee, Cape May ($135 per night)

It's not as authentic as it may look on the outside, but yes, you can rent a teepee in New Jersey. Located within the Beachcomber Camping Resort in Cape May, these Sioux Indian teepees sleep six and include an outdoor picnic table and fire ring, as well as a charcoal grill, according to the listing.

You are not limited to the confines of the teepees. The 100-acre park has "full-service resort amenities," including two lakes, a large beach and six pools, and offers kayak and paddle board rentals. Oh, and it's just 25 cents to shower for 4 minutes!

River Resort Tiny House, Egg Harbor Township ($145 per night)

While not as tiny as the lakefront cabin in Cape May County, this Egg Harbor Township Airbnb also fits the bill as a tiny house. Built on a 28-foot trailer, the rental is located in an RV park along a river in the Atlantic County township. It has three bedrooms and one bathroom.

Pictured is the "main" area of the tiny home.

The rental is located within 15 minutes of Ocean City and 30 minutes of Atlantic City. According to the listing, the home comes with three beach badges to use at the Ocean City beach.

The Little Fisherman's Cottage, Ocean City ($260 per night)

Located on a street referred to as "Tiny Town" in Ocean City's Riviera neighborhood, this bayside cottage has one bedroom and one bathroom. According to the listing, the tiny home has been meticulously restored over the past 12 years.

French doors lead into the 420-square-foot space that is "decorated with unique nautical artifacts reminiscent of the old shore-side lifestyle," according to the listing. The home is close to Jersey Shore summer staples, like the beach, the boardwalk and mini-golf.

Industrial Barn Artist Studio, Lebanon ($57 per night)

We now step away from the world of tiny homes and teepees down the Shore and head to Hunterdon County, where this old-school, recently restored barn is available on Airbnb. The 547-square-foot studio can sleep two and has ceilings up to 14 feet high.

The listing describes the Airbnb as being "ideal for a retreat, writing, reconnecting, decompressing." The rental has seven large windows and three skylights.

Outside, the barn offers a supreme area for "nature strolls and jogs."

Houseboat, Brick ($89 per night)

All aboard Captain Ron's houseboat! Docked on the Metedeconk River, the boat has three decks, two bedrooms and can sleep four. "It's a great place to destress from the hassles of everyday life in the city," the listing states.

It is a little cramped inside, and that could be the reason why the Airbnb's listing harps on the three decks it has to enjoy. The listing says guests can enjoy fireworks every Thursday during the summer from the top deck.

Some pro tips when renting this place:

  • The toilet has a limit of 21 flushes a week.
  • You cannot use the microwave while the air conditioning is running.

House and Horse Farm, Pilesgrove ($125 per night)

Every wonder what it is like to live on a working farm? This is your opportunity. While the owners won't turn the whole farm over to its guests, two bedrooms and two bathrooms are available to rent at this 45-acre Pilesgrove horse farm.

The listing describes the private rooms as "spacious hotel-quality guest rooms." Also on the property is a patio area with a large saltwater pool (pictured below), woods to explore and an opportunity to see how a horse farm operates up close.

"Denise has a beautiful home in a farm full of wonderful animals. It was slightly difficult to find the first time as my GPS wasn't working properly in the remote area, but Denise was quick to give directions over the phone and they even drove out to main road to meet us. They have nicely equipped kitchen which was a priority for us as my mom likes to cook meals. Denise and her husband were gracious enough to cook and dine with us, and made us feel at home." Simar Preet, June 2018

Tent Cabin in the Woods, Stillwater

"Glamping" has become more and more popular over the years. Out with the days of hunting your own food and making a fire with some sticks. Now you can rent a tent on Airbnb for $119 per night. At that price, guests get a "magical site on the enchanted brook" and the ability to tell their friends they did something adventurous and say they went camping.


Look inside 10 of NJ's wildest Airbnbs: Teepees, a yacht and a house boat (PHOTOS)

Ever wonder what it would be like to stay on a yacht for a few nights outside of Manhattan or go "glamping" in a tent in Sussex County?

Airbnbs have become a popular alternative to the traditional weeklong vacation rental or booking a few nights at a hotel.

The hospitality company, which allows homeowners to rent out their properties, was on pace to have more than 100 million stays in 2017. The service allows travelers to choose from a variety of unique lodging options that previously were not available to the public.

Here are 10 of New Jersey's more interesting Airbnbs.

Tiny Lakefront Cabin, Cape May Court House ($200 per night)

There may be no running water, no air conditioning, no TV and no Wi-Fi, but this Cape May Court House Airbnb has a lot to offer. The eco-friendly Amish-built log cabin sits on 32 acres of scenic (and secluded) land.

The tiny cabin sleeps two. While there is no running water indoors, there is an outdoor shower to use during the warmer months.

The stay at this Airbnb includes beach passes and opportunities to hike and boat on the property.

"Come to write, read, create, connect or find stillness and silence," the listing states. "Make this your base for outdoor recreation and adventure."

Sioux Indian teepee, Cape May ($135 per night)

It's not as authentic as it may look on the outside, but yes, you can rent a teepee in New Jersey. Located within the Beachcomber Camping Resort in Cape May, these Sioux Indian teepees sleep six and include an outdoor picnic table and fire ring, as well as a charcoal grill, according to the listing.

You are not limited to the confines of the teepees. The 100-acre park has "full-service resort amenities," including two lakes, a large beach and six pools, and offers kayak and paddle board rentals. Oh, and it's just 25 cents to shower for 4 minutes!

River Resort Tiny House, Egg Harbor Township ($145 per night)

While not as tiny as the lakefront cabin in Cape May County, this Egg Harbor Township Airbnb also fits the bill as a tiny house. Built on a 28-foot trailer, the rental is located in an RV park along a river in the Atlantic County township. It has three bedrooms and one bathroom.

Pictured is the "main" area of the tiny home.

The rental is located within 15 minutes of Ocean City and 30 minutes of Atlantic City. According to the listing, the home comes with three beach badges to use at the Ocean City beach.

The Little Fisherman's Cottage, Ocean City ($260 per night)

Located on a street referred to as "Tiny Town" in Ocean City's Riviera neighborhood, this bayside cottage has one bedroom and one bathroom. According to the listing, the tiny home has been meticulously restored over the past 12 years.

French doors lead into the 420-square-foot space that is "decorated with unique nautical artifacts reminiscent of the old shore-side lifestyle," according to the listing. The home is close to Jersey Shore summer staples, like the beach, the boardwalk and mini-golf.

Industrial Barn Artist Studio, Lebanon ($57 per night)

We now step away from the world of tiny homes and teepees down the Shore and head to Hunterdon County, where this old-school, recently restored barn is available on Airbnb. The 547-square-foot studio can sleep two and has ceilings up to 14 feet high.

The listing describes the Airbnb as being "ideal for a retreat, writing, reconnecting, decompressing." The rental has seven large windows and three skylights.

Outside, the barn offers a supreme area for "nature strolls and jogs."

Houseboat, Brick ($89 per night)

All aboard Captain Ron's houseboat! Docked on the Metedeconk River, the boat has three decks, two bedrooms and can sleep four. "It's a great place to destress from the hassles of everyday life in the city," the listing states.

It is a little cramped inside, and that could be the reason why the Airbnb's listing harps on the three decks it has to enjoy. The listing says guests can enjoy fireworks every Thursday during the summer from the top deck.

Some pro tips when renting this place:

  • The toilet has a limit of 21 flushes a week.
  • You cannot use the microwave while the air conditioning is running.

House and Horse Farm, Pilesgrove ($125 per night)

Every wonder what it is like to live on a working farm? This is your opportunity. While the owners won't turn the whole farm over to its guests, two bedrooms and two bathrooms are available to rent at this 45-acre Pilesgrove horse farm.

The listing describes the private rooms as "spacious hotel-quality guest rooms." Also on the property is a patio area with a large saltwater pool (pictured below), woods to explore and an opportunity to see how a horse farm operates up close.

"Denise has a beautiful home in a farm full of wonderful animals. It was slightly difficult to find the first time as my GPS wasn't working properly in the remote area, but Denise was quick to give directions over the phone and they even drove out to main road to meet us. They have nicely equipped kitchen which was a priority for us as my mom likes to cook meals. Denise and her husband were gracious enough to cook and dine with us, and made us feel at home." Simar Preet, June 2018

Tent Cabin in the Woods, Stillwater

"Glamping" has become more and more popular over the years. Out with the days of hunting your own food and making a fire with some sticks. Now you can rent a tent on Airbnb for $119 per night. At that price, guests get a "magical site on the enchanted brook" and the ability to tell their friends they did something adventurous and say they went camping.


Look inside 10 of NJ's wildest Airbnbs: Teepees, a yacht and a house boat (PHOTOS)

Ever wonder what it would be like to stay on a yacht for a few nights outside of Manhattan or go "glamping" in a tent in Sussex County?

Airbnbs have become a popular alternative to the traditional weeklong vacation rental or booking a few nights at a hotel.

The hospitality company, which allows homeowners to rent out their properties, was on pace to have more than 100 million stays in 2017. The service allows travelers to choose from a variety of unique lodging options that previously were not available to the public.

Here are 10 of New Jersey's more interesting Airbnbs.

Tiny Lakefront Cabin, Cape May Court House ($200 per night)

There may be no running water, no air conditioning, no TV and no Wi-Fi, but this Cape May Court House Airbnb has a lot to offer. The eco-friendly Amish-built log cabin sits on 32 acres of scenic (and secluded) land.

The tiny cabin sleeps two. While there is no running water indoors, there is an outdoor shower to use during the warmer months.

The stay at this Airbnb includes beach passes and opportunities to hike and boat on the property.

"Come to write, read, create, connect or find stillness and silence," the listing states. "Make this your base for outdoor recreation and adventure."

Sioux Indian teepee, Cape May ($135 per night)

It's not as authentic as it may look on the outside, but yes, you can rent a teepee in New Jersey. Located within the Beachcomber Camping Resort in Cape May, these Sioux Indian teepees sleep six and include an outdoor picnic table and fire ring, as well as a charcoal grill, according to the listing.

You are not limited to the confines of the teepees. The 100-acre park has "full-service resort amenities," including two lakes, a large beach and six pools, and offers kayak and paddle board rentals. Oh, and it's just 25 cents to shower for 4 minutes!

River Resort Tiny House, Egg Harbor Township ($145 per night)

While not as tiny as the lakefront cabin in Cape May County, this Egg Harbor Township Airbnb also fits the bill as a tiny house. Built on a 28-foot trailer, the rental is located in an RV park along a river in the Atlantic County township. It has three bedrooms and one bathroom.

Pictured is the "main" area of the tiny home.

The rental is located within 15 minutes of Ocean City and 30 minutes of Atlantic City. According to the listing, the home comes with three beach badges to use at the Ocean City beach.

The Little Fisherman's Cottage, Ocean City ($260 per night)

Located on a street referred to as "Tiny Town" in Ocean City's Riviera neighborhood, this bayside cottage has one bedroom and one bathroom. According to the listing, the tiny home has been meticulously restored over the past 12 years.

French doors lead into the 420-square-foot space that is "decorated with unique nautical artifacts reminiscent of the old shore-side lifestyle," according to the listing. The home is close to Jersey Shore summer staples, like the beach, the boardwalk and mini-golf.

Industrial Barn Artist Studio, Lebanon ($57 per night)

We now step away from the world of tiny homes and teepees down the Shore and head to Hunterdon County, where this old-school, recently restored barn is available on Airbnb. The 547-square-foot studio can sleep two and has ceilings up to 14 feet high.

The listing describes the Airbnb as being "ideal for a retreat, writing, reconnecting, decompressing." The rental has seven large windows and three skylights.

Outside, the barn offers a supreme area for "nature strolls and jogs."

Houseboat, Brick ($89 per night)

All aboard Captain Ron's houseboat! Docked on the Metedeconk River, the boat has three decks, two bedrooms and can sleep four. "It's a great place to destress from the hassles of everyday life in the city," the listing states.

It is a little cramped inside, and that could be the reason why the Airbnb's listing harps on the three decks it has to enjoy. The listing says guests can enjoy fireworks every Thursday during the summer from the top deck.

Some pro tips when renting this place:

  • The toilet has a limit of 21 flushes a week.
  • You cannot use the microwave while the air conditioning is running.

House and Horse Farm, Pilesgrove ($125 per night)

Every wonder what it is like to live on a working farm? This is your opportunity. While the owners won't turn the whole farm over to its guests, two bedrooms and two bathrooms are available to rent at this 45-acre Pilesgrove horse farm.

The listing describes the private rooms as "spacious hotel-quality guest rooms." Also on the property is a patio area with a large saltwater pool (pictured below), woods to explore and an opportunity to see how a horse farm operates up close.

"Denise has a beautiful home in a farm full of wonderful animals. It was slightly difficult to find the first time as my GPS wasn't working properly in the remote area, but Denise was quick to give directions over the phone and they even drove out to main road to meet us. They have nicely equipped kitchen which was a priority for us as my mom likes to cook meals. Denise and her husband were gracious enough to cook and dine with us, and made us feel at home." Simar Preet, June 2018

Tent Cabin in the Woods, Stillwater

"Glamping" has become more and more popular over the years. Out with the days of hunting your own food and making a fire with some sticks. Now you can rent a tent on Airbnb for $119 per night. At that price, guests get a "magical site on the enchanted brook" and the ability to tell their friends they did something adventurous and say they went camping.


Look inside 10 of NJ's wildest Airbnbs: Teepees, a yacht and a house boat (PHOTOS)

Ever wonder what it would be like to stay on a yacht for a few nights outside of Manhattan or go "glamping" in a tent in Sussex County?

Airbnbs have become a popular alternative to the traditional weeklong vacation rental or booking a few nights at a hotel.

The hospitality company, which allows homeowners to rent out their properties, was on pace to have more than 100 million stays in 2017. The service allows travelers to choose from a variety of unique lodging options that previously were not available to the public.

Here are 10 of New Jersey's more interesting Airbnbs.

Tiny Lakefront Cabin, Cape May Court House ($200 per night)

There may be no running water, no air conditioning, no TV and no Wi-Fi, but this Cape May Court House Airbnb has a lot to offer. The eco-friendly Amish-built log cabin sits on 32 acres of scenic (and secluded) land.

The tiny cabin sleeps two. While there is no running water indoors, there is an outdoor shower to use during the warmer months.

The stay at this Airbnb includes beach passes and opportunities to hike and boat on the property.

"Come to write, read, create, connect or find stillness and silence," the listing states. "Make this your base for outdoor recreation and adventure."

Sioux Indian teepee, Cape May ($135 per night)

It's not as authentic as it may look on the outside, but yes, you can rent a teepee in New Jersey. Located within the Beachcomber Camping Resort in Cape May, these Sioux Indian teepees sleep six and include an outdoor picnic table and fire ring, as well as a charcoal grill, according to the listing.

You are not limited to the confines of the teepees. The 100-acre park has "full-service resort amenities," including two lakes, a large beach and six pools, and offers kayak and paddle board rentals. Oh, and it's just 25 cents to shower for 4 minutes!

River Resort Tiny House, Egg Harbor Township ($145 per night)

While not as tiny as the lakefront cabin in Cape May County, this Egg Harbor Township Airbnb also fits the bill as a tiny house. Built on a 28-foot trailer, the rental is located in an RV park along a river in the Atlantic County township. It has three bedrooms and one bathroom.

Pictured is the "main" area of the tiny home.

The rental is located within 15 minutes of Ocean City and 30 minutes of Atlantic City. According to the listing, the home comes with three beach badges to use at the Ocean City beach.

The Little Fisherman's Cottage, Ocean City ($260 per night)

Located on a street referred to as "Tiny Town" in Ocean City's Riviera neighborhood, this bayside cottage has one bedroom and one bathroom. According to the listing, the tiny home has been meticulously restored over the past 12 years.

French doors lead into the 420-square-foot space that is "decorated with unique nautical artifacts reminiscent of the old shore-side lifestyle," according to the listing. The home is close to Jersey Shore summer staples, like the beach, the boardwalk and mini-golf.

Industrial Barn Artist Studio, Lebanon ($57 per night)

We now step away from the world of tiny homes and teepees down the Shore and head to Hunterdon County, where this old-school, recently restored barn is available on Airbnb. The 547-square-foot studio can sleep two and has ceilings up to 14 feet high.

The listing describes the Airbnb as being "ideal for a retreat, writing, reconnecting, decompressing." The rental has seven large windows and three skylights.

Outside, the barn offers a supreme area for "nature strolls and jogs."

Houseboat, Brick ($89 per night)

All aboard Captain Ron's houseboat! Docked on the Metedeconk River, the boat has three decks, two bedrooms and can sleep four. "It's a great place to destress from the hassles of everyday life in the city," the listing states.

It is a little cramped inside, and that could be the reason why the Airbnb's listing harps on the three decks it has to enjoy. The listing says guests can enjoy fireworks every Thursday during the summer from the top deck.

Some pro tips when renting this place:

  • The toilet has a limit of 21 flushes a week.
  • You cannot use the microwave while the air conditioning is running.

House and Horse Farm, Pilesgrove ($125 per night)

Every wonder what it is like to live on a working farm? This is your opportunity. While the owners won't turn the whole farm over to its guests, two bedrooms and two bathrooms are available to rent at this 45-acre Pilesgrove horse farm.

The listing describes the private rooms as "spacious hotel-quality guest rooms." Also on the property is a patio area with a large saltwater pool (pictured below), woods to explore and an opportunity to see how a horse farm operates up close.

"Denise has a beautiful home in a farm full of wonderful animals. It was slightly difficult to find the first time as my GPS wasn't working properly in the remote area, but Denise was quick to give directions over the phone and they even drove out to main road to meet us. They have nicely equipped kitchen which was a priority for us as my mom likes to cook meals. Denise and her husband were gracious enough to cook and dine with us, and made us feel at home." Simar Preet, June 2018

Tent Cabin in the Woods, Stillwater

"Glamping" has become more and more popular over the years. Out with the days of hunting your own food and making a fire with some sticks. Now you can rent a tent on Airbnb for $119 per night. At that price, guests get a "magical site on the enchanted brook" and the ability to tell their friends they did something adventurous and say they went camping.



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