Yurts in Michigan

With lakes and forests covering two-thirds of the state, Michigan is a camper's paradise.

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4 top yurts sites in Michigan

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Blooming Bus Farms

9 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents15 acres · Niles, MI
Blooming Bus farms is a working urban flower, vegetable and fiber farm practicing sustainable, organic, natural farming practices. Spread out over 15 acres, upon completion, you’ll find 4 yurt sites and 3 byo tent sites. Working hard contributing to our compost are our alpaca and free range chickens. While this is a working farm, we try to not run any equipment before 10:00am! Inquire about reserving the entire property to host your group getaway!
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Rocky Top "Preserve"

2 sites · Lodging300 acres · Ellsworth, MI
Grandpa Tom started this farm in the 1970's. Rocky Top Farms is a fruit farm. We grow a lot of cherries, some peaches, blueberries, elderberries, raspberries. Rocky Top hosts disc golf tournaments, music festivals, weddings, and hosts on both Hipcamp and Airbnb. We make preserves, fruit butters and salsa which ship all over the world, and are locally served in many hotels and restaurants.
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Red Pine Ranch Yurts

1 site · Lodging8 acres · Chatham, MI
Come stay in one of our tent style yurts located at Red Pine Ranch, just minutes from Chatham, MI. Inside the 20 ft yurt is a queen and twin sized mattress, table and chairs. Outside is a picnic table, gas grill, and firepit. Sitting on the hill, they overlook a large pond and working horse ranch. Portable outhouses, drinking water, and a heated 4×8 shower w/changing room all within walking distance. Bring your own bedding or sleeping arrangements and enjoy the peace and quiet.
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Riverside retreat I

1 site · Lodging3 acres · Niles, MI
Nestled in the majestic woods on the St Joseph River. Reconnect with nature at this unforgettable escape. Retreat in peace and privacy glamping riverside. Feel free to bring: kayaks life jackets bikes fishing gear groceries ice for cooler mosquito spray sleeping bags whatever makes your outdoor experience enjoyable, comfortable and memorable Riverside retreat amenities await: •2 twin cots (or remove for more or united sleeping) bed and bedding •Extra pillows and blankets •Wagon for personal belongings to site •Composite toilet •Outdoor shower and clean water •Trash can at site •Marshmallow roasting sticks •Fire wood •Cooler •Plates napkins utensils cups •Beautiful views of preserved nature on the St Joseph River PRIVATE YOGA SESSION RIVERSIDE OR IN HOME WITH CERTIFIED YOGA INSTRUCTOR: $100 session fee extra applies. Please request and schedule your yoga session at the time of your airbnb booking or as soon as possible to ensure availability. LAUNDRY SERVICE WASH DRY FOLD $20 extra fee applies NO SMOKING ANYTHING IN TENT Please discard of any smoking materials off property thank you.
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Yurts in Michigan guide

Overview

When it comes to natural attractions, Michigan holds all the aces. This landlocked state has more state parks and state forests than any other, miles of coastline, and more than 10,000 lakes—which means you’ll never be more than six miles from the water. Some of the best camping is found on the beaches and islands of the Great Lakes, so plan a summer getaway to swim, fish, and kayak, or a fall camping trip to admire Michigan’s spectacular foliage. Winter is best suited for RV camping, with snow blanketing much of the state from November through March.

Where to go

​Upper Peninsula

The Upper Peninsula is Michigan’s wild toupée, with swathes of old-growth forests, sandy beaches, and inland lakes stretching along the southern shore of Lake Superior. This is the spot to escape the crowds, whether pitching your tent by the sand dunes in the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, parking your RV by a waterfall in Tahquamenon Falls State Park, or yurt camping in the Porcupine Mountains. For the ultimate camping experience, the Hiawatha National Forest has some 60 campsites to choose from.

Northern Lower Peninsula

Bordered by Lake Michigan to the West and Lake Huron to the east, the northern Lower Peninsula has the highest concentration of Michigan state parks. Miles of mountain biking, horseback riding, and hiking trails await in the Huron National Forest, where you can choose from modern campgrounds or backcountry camping. Along the coast, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is a must-see, Wilderness State Park is a dark sky reserve, and Ludington State Park Beach is a family favorite.

Southwest Michigan

Grand Rapids is the gateway to Michigan’s southwest, where the shore of Lake Michigan provides plenty of options for a summer camping trip. Lakefront cities such as South Haven, Benton Harbor, and Holland have sandy beaches, historic lighthouses, and seafront campgrounds. Forget tent camping in the wilderness—RV sites come equipped with full hookups, playgrounds, and watercraft rentals.

Southeast Michigan

Michigan's "Thumb" juts out along the west shore of Lake Huron, where Sleeper State Park and Port Crescent State Park are the big draws for campers. Below this, the west coast is ideal for a road trip, peppered with shipwreck dive sites, secluded beaches, and golf courses. South of Detroit and Lake St. Clair, Sterling State Park is the only state park on the shore of Lake Erie, with a mix of RV and tent sites by the beach.

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