Yurts in Tahoe with a private bathroom

Whether nestled under pines or along the Lake Tahoe shore, these campgrounds are perfect for locals and visitors alike.

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7 top yurts sites in Tahoe with a private bathroom

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Your private Yurt in the woods

2 sites · Lodging10 acres · Nevada City, CA
Your private Yurt in the woods -2 miles to town! Come experience the Beauty of the Sierra foothills and the Yuba river in our Yurt tucked into the forest just 2 miles from downtown Nevada city. With a natural creek right outside your door and hiking trails right off the deck, this serene and beautiful yurt retreat awaits you. Claw foot bath tub, fire pit and large deck to relax on. Wood fired stove inside with plenty of wood stacked to keep you warm. Small functional kitchen with a hot plate, toaster oven, micro sink and fridge. We have a wood fired hot tub on-site. It requires a fire to be lit and maintained to keep it hot. During the winter the yurt is heated with a wood fired stove. It takes a few hours to warm up, and needs to be maintained during your stay to keep the place toasty. There is a lovely wood stove and plenty of firewood for you to use! The Queen bed has a heating blanket to help keep you cozy throughout the night. The hot tub Is wonderful in the winter, it is wood fired and takes several hours to heat as well.
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Earth Castle Empower Retreat

6 sites · Lodging, RVs10 acres · Grass Valley, CA
Gorgeous forested ten-acre land with great access to to the Yuba River, American River, hiking, biking, Historical Nevada City, Grass Valley, and more. Our charming and secluded retreat is nestled in the heart of nature, offering the perfect escape if you are seeking tranquility and a connection with the great outdoors. Bask under the breathtaking stars at night and feel the healing effect of nature all around you during your stay. You can visit the historical Empire Mine, The National Hotel, or the Nevada Theater (the first Theater in California). Or just chill up here. It's nice and quiet! Enjoy the simplicity and privacy that a public campground doesn't offer. Earth Castle is also a great place for groups! Plenty of space! We can support pull-through sites for RVs, space for Tents, and room for multiple cars. Your host is passionate about stewarding this beautiful land. She is an author and Evolutionary Astrologer. Interested in having an astrology reading while you are here? Message Anna-Thea and, schedule permitting, she would love to give you a reading!
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River Oaks Camp

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Placerville, CA
Spring has Sprung on the farm. Come see the green grass and flowers and visit the baby animals. Check out our instagram for updates on the farm. Welcome to River Oaks Camp. A Peaceful Yurt Retreat on a Serene Farm near the Consumnes River **Description:** Welcome to our tranquil yurt retreat nestled on a picturesque small farm near the Consumnes River. Escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature while enjoying the comforts of a unique and cozy yurt. **The Space:** Our yurt is designed to provide a serene and comfortable experience. The circular living space features tasteful decor, inviting furnishings, and ample natural light pouring in through the skylight. Unwind in the spacious and open-concept interior that includes a comfortable queen-size bed, a cozy sitting area with plush seating, and a small coffee and tea bar and AC in the unit. You'll have access to an outdoor bathroom just a short distance from the yurt. **Farm Experience:** As our guest, you'll have the opportunity to explore our charming small farm. Take a leisurely stroll through the verdant fields, admire the colorful flowers in the garden, or simply relax on the hammock and soak up the peaceful ambiance. If you're interested, you can even lend a hand with daily farm activities such as feeding the animals or harvesting fresh produce. **Outdoor Spaces:** Step outside the yurt and discover the wonders of the great outdoors. Enjoy your morning coffee on the private deck, surrounded by trees and the gentle sounds of chirping birds. In the evenings, gather around the fire pit and share stories under the starlit sky. A short walk from the yurt will lead you to the Consumnes River, where you can spend your days swimming, fishing, or simply enjoying a picnic on the riverbank. The river's soothing sounds and breathtaking vistas provide the perfect backdrop for relaxation and rejuvenation. **Nearby Attractions:** The location of our yurt offers easy access to a variety of attractions. If you're an outdoor enthusiast, you'll be delighted by the hiking and biking trails in the nearby state park. Wine lovers can indulge in tastings at the local wineries, while history buffs can explore the charming nearby towns and learn about the area's rich gold rush heritage. **Additional Amenities:** - Free parking on the premises - Complimentary Wi-Fi - Fresh linens and towels provided - BBQ grill for outdoor cooking **Come and experience the peace and tranquility of our yurt retreat on our enchanting small farm. Book your stay today and create unforgettable memories in this idyllic oasis near the Consumnes River!**
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Foothills Yurt Glamping

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Colfax, CA
No need to fly across the world, come visit our Mongolian yurt in the beautiful Sierra Nevada foothills for an experience like none other! Located halfway between the Bay Area and Lake Tahoe, this is the perfect destination to finally try out glamping like you've never seen it before. Five miles north take a dip in beautiful Rollins Lake or simply enjoy the views. Guests have access to the yurt, pool area, outdoor kitchen, horseshoe pit and fire pit/chess board area. You will have accommodations for 7 people in a truly unique setting. This is the perfect place to escape the stresses of daily life, and to connect with loved ones. Please let us know if you have any questions at all, we would love to share our hidden gem with you! Colfax is a quaint, historic railroad town with lots of charm and plenty to do in the great outdoors. We are located about two hours from the Bay Area, just 45 minutes from Sacramento and only 45 minutes east on I-80 will bring you to world class skiing on Donner Summit and lots of other activities in the mountains. Colfax offers many restaurants, shops, stores and nearby Rollins Lake is great for boating, fishing, water skiing or swimming. The American River canyon offers kayaking, white water rafting, mountain biking, hiking and fishing. In the surrounding countryside, one can find many small vineyards & wineries, an occasional brewery or roadside fruit stand. It can be both sunny and cool here since we are located in the foothills, above the fog and at snowline. The Colfax Amtrak stop is only a 10 minute walk from the house, there's also a Greyhound line that stops in town.
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Tilted Hill Ranch

26 sites · Lodging80 acres · Somerset, CA
The Tilted Hill Ranch is an 80-acre farm nestled in the Shenandoah Valley wine region. This untamed parcel is an experiment in tiny homes and off the grid living. We dreamed of living on an Alaskan TV show but fell in love with this forest getaway. Come play in the creek and hike miles of trails through giant mossy oaks and house sized granite boulders. Our farm is home to a whole family of animals and a great foundation for learning techniques to grow your own dreams. We offer campstites, a yurt, and a cabin - so please review listings for specific amenity information.A stream runs Jan. - July but there are plenty of local spots full of rivers, lakes, and all the wine you can drink :) ask for recommendations after booking! Our fire pits have all been replaced with propane fire rings as camp fires are illegal in our area from June thru November. We have also provide enough propane for your stay :)Our guests love it here: "The yurt was so cozy and stocked with everything wr could possibly need. My son and I enjoyed exploring the property during the day. At night we snuggled in front of the wood stove and played with the Lincoln Logs and Roasted or Toasted game. Everything was clean including the outhouse. We would love to stay here again sometime."
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Homestead Hideaway

2 sites · Lodging6 acres · Nevada City, CA
Welcome to Homestead Hideaway, an off-grid home site adjacent to the Tahoe National Forest. A mile and a half down a dirt road and 20 minutes to downtown Nevada City. Easy access to the Yuba River, Scotts Flat Lake, world class mountain biking trails, and rock climbing off Bowman lake road. Homestead Hideaway is a six acres of secluded forest living. Its home to an array of wildlife including owls, foxes, bears, coyote and dear as well as an abundance of trees and flora. The property is also our home. We, along with our dogs, live in the green Quonset hut that you will drive past on your way in. We steward the land and live simply to reduce our impact on this wild place. At 3,600ft and amongst the trees, you can expect much milder temperatures than in Nevada City- making for a pleasant respite during the heat of summer. Little Dear Creek is a 5 minute walk and has bathtub size pools to soak in. The yurt was made locally by Living Intent Yurt Co and installed in 2021. Inside you will find two twin beds that can be combined to make a king, a giant pillow lounge, dining table, games, and some tableware for eating and drinking. Attached to the yurt is a large heptagonal deck perfect for lounging and yoga. On the deck there is a foot-pump sink for handwashing and dishes, a counter for cooking and a propane BBQ. There is no electricity or traditional running water and plumbing. Expect a rustic camping experience with the luxury of a new yurt to stay in. This means no electricity, no shower and a simple compost toilet in an outhouse. There will be a 55 gallon drum full of water for the foot-pump sink to wash your hands and dishes. Pack out your trash and leave food scraps in the compost.
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Reimer Pack Yurt

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Emigrant Gap, CA
Glamping with a pack of dogs at your door step. Enjoy a beautiful spacious yurt bordering the Tahoe National Forest in a great location with access to nearby lakes (summer) and ski hills (winter). *Winter* snowshoe out the back door, cozy up by the warm wood stove, or use the yurt as a home base while you ski one of the nearby ski hills (20 minutes from Sugar Bowl). *Summer* enjoy our local hiking trails or one of the many swimming holes just a short drive away. We are home to a pack of 12 working sled dogs, so enjoy morning and evening howl sessions from your large deck while drinking your coffee or sipping your wine.
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Yurts in Tahoe with a private bathroom guide

Overview

Straddling the California/Nevada border, Lake Tahoe provides a variety of camping options for intrepid Hipcampers. Looking for a summertime beach and sunshine experience? Aim for Zephyr Cove, which sits on the Nevada side of South Lake Tahoe. Stay at the RV campground for easy access to beach volleyball and boat rentals at the connected resort.

If you're more into sightseeing, head for Emerald Bay State Park on the California side. The big tourist draw here is Vikingsholm, a gorgeous Scandinavian-inspired estate that offers guided tours. There are also some out-of-the-way sights to see at Emerald Bay. Scuba divers can examine the remains of century-old boats and barges in the Underwater Area.

Lake Tahoe State Park sits in Nevada on Lake Tahoe's northern side. This one's good fun for campers who enjoy spotting wildlife. Take the beginner 2-mile trail around Spooner Lake to see waterfowl and osprey. There's also a beautiful view of Lake Tahoe available from the Sand Point Nature Trail.

Coming to the area in winter? Check out Camp Richardson on the California side for some killer cross-country skiing. There's no need to bring your own equipment, either. A full-service recreation sports center rents skis, snowshoes, tandem bikes and more.

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