Yurt glampers don’t have to sacrifice comfort in Florida.
Outdoor lovers who prefer their nature to come with a few creature comforts will find plenty of options in the Sunshine State. From staying in an elevated treehouse yurt close to Orlando to sleeping on top of a wooded ridge overlooking a scenic river at Torreya State Park, and waking up on the beach of Cape San Blas on the Gulf of Mexico, yurt glamping offers the perfect blend of the feel of the wild and the comforts of home. FInd similar options in Everglades National Park, Lake Louisa State Park and between quartz-sand beach and tall dunes of Topsail Hill Preserve State Park. Throughout the state, in-yurt amenities are typically top-notch—bonus: air conditioning takes the heat out of summer camping. Sites also offer access to adventures such as horseback riding or biking along forested trails and kayaking pristine wetlands and shorelines.