Explore the San Rafael Swell from your base camp in one of two newly-constructed yurts. Each yurt sleeps up to five people, and includes a cooking grill outside and propane stove inside to keep you warm on chilly nights.
What is a yurt?
A yurt is a modern adaptation of the ancient shelter used for centuries by Central Asian nomads. Though generally classified as a tent, the yurt is much stronger and weather-tight. Each structure is constructed on a wooden deck, and have transparent domes allowing for ventilation and views of the night sky.
- 20-foot circular interior
- Wrap-around deck facing the San Rafael Swell
- Bunk beds and fold-out futon accommodate up to five people
- Swamp cooler
- Nearby outdoor water spigots
- Propane heating stove
- Dining table with chairs
- Ventilated clear dome
- Grill area outside
- Parking for two vehicles
Yurts do NOT have:
- Bed linens
- Camp stove
Cost per night: $60. A credit card is required for incidentals.
Reserve online now or call (800) 322-3770.
- Pets are not allowed inside yurt
- No cooking/open flames inside yurt
- Smoking in yurt is strictly prohibited
- All furniture must be kept inside
- Guests may not pitch tents or park other camping units at the yurt site.
- Confine outside campfires to the designated fire ring provided.
- Quiet hours are from 10 p.m to 7 a.m
- Guests are responsible for damages in excess of normal wear and tear, and are responsible for any missing items.
- Maximum capacity is five people
- Check in - 3 p.m. Check out - Noon