Yurts Rentals in the USA

Big Sur Treebones Resort, California
Treebones, another word for firewood or driftwood, is composed of 16 yurts (Mongolian-style tent accommodations with queen beds, pine floors, sinks and gas fireplaces in some) set on a hillside overlooking Highway 1 and afore-complimented ocean.  Some have patios / decks with direct ocean views.
Luana Spa Retreat , Hawaii
Hawaii is well known as a place of awe-inspiring natural beauty, warm hearted people, and healing energy. The small town of Hana, on the remote east side of the island of Maui, is one of the last truly Hawaiian places.  

Falls Brook Yurts - New York

Falls Brook Yurts are located in the Vanderwhacker Region of the Adirondacks. Falls Brook is hosted by guides to provide a backcountry experience to those who are avid outdoors people as well as for those who want to give it a try.  The hike into Falls Brook is 2/3 of a mile along cascading waterfalls on a well marked, state trail called Stony Pond Trailhead.  Hike to Falls Brook for a unique backcountry stay. Website    


Cachuma Lake Recreation Area, California
The adventure never ends at Cachuma Lake Recreation Area. Tent, yurt, and RV camping, naturalist-guided lake cruises, some of the best fishing to be found in the region, boating, hiking, picnicking, and more. The Area offers a multitude of activity options, plus the option of doing nothing at all. 

Hidden Treasure Yurts - Colorado
The yurts are fully equipped with with cooking and eating utensils for a large group. In the winter, snow is melted for water. Food can be cooked on the propane stove or on the large wood-burning stove. In the evenings, light is provided by bright propane lamps for dining, reading, studying maps or playing games. We’ve tried to provide all of the necessary amenities needed to make your stay comfortable. A minimum of two nights is recommended if you truly want to have a quality backcountry experience.


Chena Hot Springs - Alaska
Located 60 miles northeast of Fairbanks, Chena Hot Springs became famous for curing crippled prospectors of their aches and pains as long ago as 1905. Everyone is talking about the "Healing Waters". People have been going to hot springs for centuries; some in search of the eternal fountain of youth and others searching for cures for whatever ails them. 


Falling Waters Adventure Resort, North Carolina
The Falling Waters Adventure Resort is located in the middle of one of the premier outdoor activity areas in the world. Located adjacent to the Nantahala Gorge, with outstanding whitewater rafting, mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing, canoeing and kayaking.


Adirondack Tent Camping, New York
On the shores of an isolated lake high above its own island complete with an authentic Adirondack lean-to, you’ll discover the camping dream of a lifetime just inside the six million acre Adirondack State Park in northern New York.  


Naha Bay Outdoor Adventures, Ketchikan, Alaska

Overlooking Naha Bay with uninterrupted views across to the Cleveland Peninsula and Prince of Wales Island, we are minutes from world class saltwater fishing and freshwater flyfishing, fabulous sea kayaking, hiking, wildlife viewing and nature photography.  

This listing of the best yurt rentals in America is constantly being revised as new yurts are being discovered. So, if you feel we are missing one, please email us and let us know!