Hidden Gems: Best Off-The-Grid Airbnbs for Late Summer Getaways

The best way to round out summer? Living like a local at an off-the-grid Airbnb. We’ve found some of the coolest undiscovered vacation rentals with stunning views for an unforgettable end-of-summer trip.

 

Whether you’re looking for a lesser-known, secluded beachfront Airbnb or a romantic hidden gem for a couples' late-summer vacation, you’ll want to check out this list of Airbnbs set off the beaten path.

 

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Big Sky Bungalow - Arizona

 

Experience the peace and serenity of nature without in a comfortable, sustainably designed true off-grid tiny house.

 

Located on 15 acres and just 30 minutes from the Grand Canyon entrance, the Big Sky Bungalow sleeps three to four guests and has all the amenities including wifi, a huge outside patio, central heating and air, and more.

 

Take in 12,600 foot high views of the ancient volcanoes that dot the San Francisco mountains, and enjoy a stunning display of the Milky Way at night with no light pollution to dull its shine.

 

 

The beautiful views and ample space are sure to make you want to up and wander. We suggest packing Pehua or Lae’ahi Lī to keep comfortable and ready for adventure at a moment's notice.

 

Coffee Grounds The Bus - Coffee Camp, New South Wales

 

Find yourself shrouded in trees at the Bus, nestled on a large 50-acre, forested property in the village of Coffee Camp - west of Byron Bay, just outside of Nimbin, New South Wales. This refurbished bus offers a one of a kind and memorable stay.

 

Surrounded only by trees and the sounds of nature, this charming and secluded Airbnb is perfect for late-summer trips. Go on your own for a secluded, peaceful and relaxing getaway, or bring a friend or partner for a weekend of off-the-grid bonding.

 

Bring comfortable, durable shoes for hikes and walks through the forrest. We recommend a style like Kāholo or Holo for ultimate support and breathability.

 

Flowertown Charm Treehouse - North Carolina

 

Located just west of Asheville, the treehouse is located on 23 private acres in Canton, NC. Equidistant to three Blue Ridge Parkway entrances and located by hundreds of nearby trails, this treehouse is also a part of the Pisgah National Forest.

 

If you’re feeling like shopping, mosey down the road to Ten Acre Farm for yummy homemade pizza and donuts, or to Jukebox Junction for excellent vintage diner fare. Waynesville, a quintessential Hallmark mountain town, is also a stone's throw away with amazing shops, restaurants, breweries, and more.

 

Pack Pūnini or Kīlea for walks to town, light hikes, or whatever adventures await your stay at this quaint and unique Airbnb.

 

Off Grid Inn – Fall Creek, Wisconsin

 

Perfect for couples, individuals, or groups of friends looking for an easy, relaxing vacation in nature, immerse yourself in the forest of Wisconsin without sacrificing the comforts of home.

 

This tiny cabin sleeps three to four people and is located in the heart of the Fall Creek Forest. Wake up surrounded by trees and soak in the opportunity to be at one with nature.

 

 

Be sure to pack comfortable shoes to explore the massive surrounding forest. We suggest the Moku Pae for ultimate comfort and support.

 

Kauri Tree Pod - New Zealand

 

Live among the trees for a few days at this incredible treehouse Airbnb located in Levin, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand. This gateway to tramping, hiking, hunting & mountain biking is perfect for a very welcome retreat from the distractions of modern life.

 

Take a relaxing bath, gather around the fireplace in the sleeping cabin, and leave this tranquil oasis feeling rested and recharged.

 

For an extra comfy stay, be sure to bring your Pūpū Mua or Kīpe'a Heu slippers to keep cozy both indoors and outdoors.

 

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