4. Rolling Huts, Washington
Arranged in a small cluster along the Methow River, these designer one-room cabins (from $135/night) look out on the ponderosa-studded North Cascades. All have woodstoves and wi-fi, as well as stylishly understated interiors featuring wilderness materials. “Rolling Huts” is a playful reference to the site’s trailer-park zoning (hence the wheels on each cabin). The riverside plot is the perfect home base for fishing, biking, climbing, rafting, and skiing the Methow Valley wilderness.