The yurt is located on a private road in a clothing optional, gated community surrounded by miles of peninsula open space and hiking trails. 5 miles to downtown Los Gatos, 16 miles to Capitola beach and 18 miles from the downtown Santa Cruz or San Jose. We are one hour from San Francisco, and ninety minutes from Monterey. Rural setting but 10 minutes to town, ideal for telec
The yurt is located on a private road in a clothing optional, gated community surrounded by miles of peninsula open space and hiking trails. 5 miles to downtown Los Gatos, 16 miles to Capitola beach and 18 miles from the downtown Santa Cruz or San Jose. We are one hour from San Francisco, and ninety minutes from Monterey. Rural setting but 10 minutes to town, ideal for telecommuting also with reliable cell phone reception.
The yurts have a double bed, electricity and wifi. Bedding and towels are provided.
**Please note that this is a clothing optional recreation area. The pool, sauna and jacuzzi are NUDE only areas**
Guests must arrive during office hours to check in and register, which are Sunday-Thursday (9am-5pm) and Friday-Saturday (9am-9pm).
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Yurt Glamping in the Forest in California.
The vibe at Yurt Glamping in the Forest
Places to see near Lupin Lodge’s Land
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We had a blast. Never stayed in a clothing optional resort or camp. The people were super nice.. the views were beautiful.. we felt comfortable and safe. We had a great time... we laughed a LOT. And thats important when on vacation. I will def. Return here.
It was an awesome experience at the camp, it was a lovely place for couples to have an alone time.
The tents were clean and the area also surrounded by a beautiful view.
I like the serenity of the place.
Feel like $120/night is a bit much for what we got out of it. "Quiet time" wasn't really enforced. Woke up both nights we stayed to other guests making nose. Pool, hot tub, and sauna were nice, but that's really all there was for guests to enjoy.
Such a unique experience and would definitely come back again. The amenities were somewhat lacking but has its charms. Aside from the freedom of being naked on premises, star gazing on the restaurant balcony isn't half bad, make sure to bring a few bottles of wine. Overall not too shabby.
My husband & I stayed here for two nights. Although we had a good stay in our yurt, the listing wasn’t exactly as described and I wish we would have been better prepared. There is no fire pit at the yurt location to utilize for grilling food, the host mentioned that there is a grill somewhere that we could use if we wanted to. There is also no kitchen equipment that is available in your yurt, all utensils & kitchen equipment are in the community kitchen. During the time we were there, it was closed for repairs. Also, the toiletries available would be the soap to wash your hands at the community bathroom and the soap in the shower. So it would be wise to bring all of your toiletries, including your blow dryer, if you plan to stay here. Lastly, this location is more of a nudist community that have permanent residents— I did not notice a whole lot of other campers or glampers in the yurts— it’s not a big deal but it just wasn’t expected. All in all, we felt safe & we had a warm comfy bed to sleep in at the end of the night. Although I don’t think it’s worth the “glamping” price you pay for what you get in return. Regardless we would probably stay against
Relax. naked is how you were born.
My girlfriend and I stayed in a yurt for a night over the 4th of July weekend. We had never had a naturist/nudist experience before, but the gorgeous surroundings and respectful attitude made it the relaxing experience we were looking for.
The yurts are pretty close together but are a short walk from bathrooms, the pool/hot tub, and sports courts. You can also go for a hike or do naked yoga too!
The only thing I wish had been communicated better was that the community kitchen area was closed for repairs (we had bought food to cook). There is a restaurant with limited hours though so we were all good.
Anyways, give it a shot for a night or two. You'll feel refreshed. It was pretty freeing to just bop around naked.