Yurts near Missoula

Spend your days hiking, biking, and skiing; head into town for craft brews and the arts.

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3 top yurts sites near Missoula

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Sanctuary Farm Yurt Glamping

14 sites · Lodging25 acres · Alberton, MT
A sanctuary away from everyday life, where you can relax and reconnect with nature. Yurt has electricity, a wood stove for heat in winter, a beautiful outdoor kitchen and bathhouse, and a creek. Only 45 minutes from Missoula Montana. Games and books in the yurt. Cedar outhouse. Lots of extra to make for a truly remarkable glamping experience.
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Wildlight Yurt

1 site · Lodging24 acres · Alberton, MT
Our land is 24 acres set against Cinderella Mountain, facing the Clark Fork River. There are two houses and a yurt on the property. The yurt is available for rent on this site to stay the night in, 8 guests maximum. **For gatherings and up to 20-person events, please visit our website, wildlightmontana.com. Address: The maps program on HipCamp is outdated and our address, which was created during the Covid lockdown, does not show up here. If you use Google Maps you can search "Wildlight Montana" to find us or please direct message me for the address. The yurt is a beautiful open space utilized weekly for local yoga classes and private events. The space is therefore not set up with bedding; guests should bring their own camping pads, cots, sleeping bags, etc. A pro to staying here is that the space comes stocked with yoga props for stretching in the evening while you arrive, sitting and gathering, or maybe doing a private yoga class before you leave in the morning. Feel free to message us and book a private sound therapy, Reiki or yoga session while you are at the property! There is nice view of the valley surrounding, and a trail leading up into the woods behind the yurt to walk on. Wild turkeys, deer, elk and eagles right outside your door. There is a woodstove inside for cooler nights that we can instruct folks who feel comfortable to use, and a small firepit out front. Facilities: Outside, in front of the yurt, there is a back-to-back outhouse and hand washing station available for guests, stocked with toilet paper, paper towels and hand soap. An insulated out-building sits just to the west of the yurt entrance, right where the dirt driveway turns toward the yurt itself when you drive up. The out-building is equipped as a kitchenette, and includes a refrigerator, electric kettle and coffee maker. Please note: there is no running water inside this building, however we will have a 5 gallon jug of well water set up in a water dispenser for you to access there. We ask guests to clean up after themselves in these spaces. The handwashing area is set up for rinsing off dishes while you're here as well. We will make sure to provide a dish tub, cleaning supplies, enough dishes, utensils and mugs for up to 8 people (or compostable picnicware if necessary at the time of rental). Note about the train: There are train tracks that run along the river in front of our property. The tracks are dropped down low enough that you can just see the top of the train, with trees also blocking the sound. The train will only sound its horn here if there are animals on the tracks, a fairly rare occurrence after four years living here. All in all, it isn't bothersome feature to most who stay, and we've had positive feedback from renters. It still feels fair to note.
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$75
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Off grid yurt

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Stevensville, MT
This yurt is close to blue ribbon trout water,( Rock creek) it is off grid… no internet, or cell service! It offers a out house, stove/oven, fridge/freezer, and running water ( no hot water, you can warm water on stove) towns that are in the area are Philipsburg which offers a laundromat with showers and Missoula!
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Yurts near Missoula guide

Overview

There’s a reason that Missoula is a regular on “best places to live” lists. It offers the best of all worlds — the arts, craft breweries, rich history, and of course, outdoor adventure. Surrounded by mountains, forests, and rivers, Missoula is close to some of Montana’s best campsites.

Close to downtown Missoula, several private RV parks offer year-round camping. Comfort is king at these parks; enjoy Wi-Fi, full hookups, and cozy cabin rentals.

Prefer the wilderness? Head into the Lolo National Forest, where 28 Forest Service campgrounds offer RV and tent camping. At Lolo Creek Campground, spend the day birdwatching and finish with a dip in the nearby Hot Springs. Bring your fishing gear to Bitterroot Flat Campground, which features a Blue Ribbon trout stream.

If you’re heading to Glacier National Park on Highway 93, be sure to stop at Flathead Lake. Waterfront sites at Flathead Lake State Park are perfect for kid-friendly swimming, boating, and hiking.

Tucked away in northwestern Montana, Missoula is a four-season destination. Summer days are warm and sunny, and autumn brings stunning fall foliage. In the winter, locals love cross-country skiing and high-speed snowmobiling. Warm layers are a must year-round, especially if you’re heading for high-elevation campsites.

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