Yurts in Alaska

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4 top yurts sites in Alaska

Rayvens Roost B&B , Seldovia Alaska

3 sites · Lodging1 acre · Seldovia, AK
Learn more about this land:Season 2022 Bookings are now open ! We’re excited to be here to share a true Alaskan experience with our visitors. We have been hosting guests in Alaska for 30 years , and have made lifelong friends along the way . Our village is OFF the road system and boasts the best fishing in Alaska . Camping on our property is like no other experience. Sleep under an active Eagles nest and wake to their calls each morning. Enjoy your mornings with other travelers in the main house for home cooked breakfast daily . We are nestled on 2 acres of amazing Alaskan foliage and late summer visitors will enjoy picking our berries . Hiking trails are steps outside our door .
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$150
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Murphy Dome Yurt

1 site · Lodging16 acres · Fairbanks, AK
Our yurt is located on a 16 acre lot on the hills of Murphy Dome. We are in the heart of the Tanana Valley State Forest and next to historic Cache Creek. With only 25 mins from the city of Fairbanks, you get to enjoy great scenic views of the remote Alaska range, Denali, excellent access to many key trails offering numerous recreational opportunities including: Hunting, fishing, trapping, hiking, biking, ATV, dog mushing, cross-country skiing, wildlife viewing, and berry-picking.
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$110
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Booked 1 time

AK Fisher Family Glamping

5 sites · Lodging3 acres · Anchor Point, AK
Welcome to our beautiful, small home-big view property! We are a family of 5 (mom, dad, 3 kids*), plus a dog** and a cat***. Our home is just north of Anchor Point, and about 20 miles north of Homer. We have spectacular views of Cook Inlet, the volcanoes across the bay, Anchor Point Beach, and the mouth of the Anchor River. We know all the best activities and things to see and do, best restaurants, fishing charters, river and lake fishing spots, kayaking/canoe spots, and more! Let us know what you’re into and we can help you find so many fun things to keep you busy on the Kenai Peninsula! Our property has lots of space for tent camping, room for one or two RV’s (depending on size), and we have a 16 ft heated yurt with king bed (no running water, but we have power via extension cord. Yurt has a wood stove and natural gas heater.) Our family lives on the property, in a small cabin, which is attached to the yurt (although they are entirely separate and have no connected door area at this time). We are in the process of building an outhouse, and it should be completed by mid-May. It will be a shared outhouse close to both the yurt and the camping spaces. You will find our family hanging out on the property quite often, working on our land and gardening, exploring outside, or beachcombing down at the Anchor Point beach, just a short drive from our home. Amenities (available to tent campers and yurt guests): Outhouse (connected to our septic, so no smell!), charcoal grill (bring your own charcoal) and propane grill (we provide propane), metal fire pit, roasting sticks, firewood, picnic table, water from hose, table/food prep area, some camp chairs and yard furniture, yard toys for kids, etc. and a large, lovely, mostly flat yard for setting up tents. Yurt Amenities: The private entryway into the yurt is its own extra space for you to use. We have it set up with a mini fridge, microwave, basic cooking utensils, pots/pans, dishes, a basic sink (no running water, but use of water jugs), a hot plate, and a few other basic kitchen amenities. Outhouse is shared with other campers on the property, and is only a short walk. King sized bed inside the yurt, with all bedding supplied (lots of pillows and blankets). Firewood supplied, if you want to heat with wood stove. Some kids books and toys are inside the yurt, but kid things are well contained and not readily noticeable or in the way, for those without kids. Yurt has two windows, which have covers to block out our many hours of daylight in summertime, when you’re trying to sleep. Our home and property are safe for all - we are allies to the LGBTQ+ community, as well as people of all colors, ahe’s and walks of life! We are very accepting and loving, and want everyone to feel like they are safe and welcomed with us. We are a very kid-friendly property, with lots of outdoor yard toys to share, various sized bikes, beach toys, and more! (In some circumstances, we can also give access to additional things, like extra camping gear, life jackets, camp chairs, coolers, short-term freezer space, etc.) At this time, we are not allowing people to bring pets to our property. * Our teenager works away from home in summertime. We have a 5 yr old boy and almost 4 yr old girl, who will be on the property with us. They are very friendly and social and love meeting new people! They will ask you lots of questions and tell you all about themselves. ** Our dog is a 1.5 yr old Labrador-golden retriever mix. He is very friendly and loving, but is also still a puppy and sometimes jumps and gets excited. Overall, he is very well behaved. He wanders the property with our kids, but never strays far. We have a fully enclosed, fenced-in area for him, if anyone is uncomfortable with him being loose in the yard, and he is perfectly happy in there! When you first arrive, he might bark at you once, until you pet him and he realizes you’re his friend, and then he’ll stay by your side and ask for constant pets! *** Our cat is an outdoor cat and is very social and loves people! Yurt is 100% cat-free, for those with allergies.
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$100
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Kayak In, Backcountry Yurt Camp

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Crown Point, AK
We offer overnight stays in an Alaskan made backcountry yurt located on stunning Grant Lake, a 1 mile kayak and 1 mile hike from Moose Pass, Alaska. Moose Pass is an hour and a half South of Anchorage, just 30 miles from Seward and Kenai Fjords National Park. Access to the yurt requires boating to the trailhead. It's not for everyone, as it does require basic backcounty knowledge, preparedness for potential wildlife encounters and an ability to kayak and pack your own equipment in and out of the area. However, if you're comfortable with that, we are able to provide certain gear if you just aren't travelling with your personal equipment. Once at camp, our overnight yurt guests have included access to our kayaks for paddling around Grant Lake from the designated time of Check-In until the time of Check-Out each day. The yurt sleeps up to five guests in one double and three twin beds. There is a coleman stove up at camp with some basic pots and pans, a cast iron woodstove and a nice handmade spruce table for a good game of cards or some board games.
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$133
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Yurts in Alaska guide

Overview

Camping in Alaska doesn’t have to be about pitching a tent in the backcountry or road-tripping along the Glacier Highway in an RV. Yurt rentals around near Juneau, Fairbanks, or Anchorage combine the back-to-nature experience of camping in the land of the Midnight Sun with enough home comforts to keep you cozy whatever the season. Check into a fully furnished yurt on the edge of Denali National Park & Preserve, snag one of the rustic yurts at Kachemak Bay State Park, or book a family-sized yurt with an on-site sauna at the heart of the Chugach National Forest. Yurt camping makes it easy to get outdoors year-round, so choose an oceanfront yurt on Orca Island in the summer months and enjoy fishing and paddling around Resurrection Bay or rent a heated yurt near the Chena Hot Springs in winter, where you can try dog sledding and spot the Northern Lights.

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