Yurts near Mount Airy with a private bathroom

Mountain adventures, geological wonders, and small town comforts draw campers to Mount Airy.

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6 top yurts sites near Mount Airy with a private bathroom

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Why be Square?! Blue Ridge Yurt

2 sites · Lodging2 acres · Pilot, VA
Blue Ridge Yurts is a woman-owned company in Floyd, Virginia, started by my mother, Sharon. We were staying at Treebones, a yurt 'glampground' in Big Sur, California, and fell in love with yurts together. My mom said, "I think I could build one of these," and the company was born! She does all the woodworking, using sustainable practices, with locally-sourced wood, and her best friend Kathy does the fabric end of things. I was one of her early guinea pigs, and love my yurt property dearly <3 This 24' yurt sits on a beautiful private acreage off an end-state maintenance road, with biking and hiking trails just a 20 minute drive from the touristy town of Floyd, Virginia. There's a steam shower sauna, a fully-equipped kitchen, and a deck overlooking the mountains with a table and seating. Enjoy!
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Magical Riverside Yurt w/hot tub

2 sites · Lodging4 acres · Dugspur, VA
One loft bedroom, huge bathroom with a walk in shower and a soaking bathtub, while looking at a gorgeous creek, 20 ft away. A hot tub sits on the rear ground level deck. Kitchen with two coffee makers, microwave, full size refridge stovetop, air fryer, toaster oven and a kettle. This yurt is great for a couple or a couple with a small child, I provide a blowup mattress, twin size with linens.. The yurt faces the creek, and a rock wall on the other side making this property very private except for our cabin on the same property. It is fenced with split rail fencing and has a solar powered gate, with a gate fob provided. We are dog friendly, with a $25 pet fee per stay. This is a safe, beautiful area to visit nearby Floyd, a nearby kayak rental shuttle service, breweries, a meadery 2 miles away, and many other unique finds. Beautiful Mountain View’s and backwoods drive. A unique wool farm is just down the dirt road with a cash only roadside stand.
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Bee Hive on the Mountain w/ Hot Tub

1 site · Lodging3 acres · Fancy Gap, VA
Elevated eclectic yurt with wrap-around porch and mountain view; nearby Blue Ridge Parkway and only 5 miles away from Fancy Gap, VA. Enjoy the stillness of a get-away with the convenience of easy access to amenities. Great for small groups (including families with children) or can be reserved for larger groups in conjunction with neighboring yurts (3 total). Dog friendly. Fresh mountain air and bright stars included with reservation.
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A Most Steller Place Too

2 sites · Lodging1 acre · Fancy Gap, VA
Unearth a gem on the Blue Ridge Parkway! A Most Steller Place Yurts sit majestically atop a scenic mountain, shrouded in the whispering woods, a mere 100 yards from the BRPW. Experience nature's grand symphony, surrender to the tranquility it offers. Gather around the outdoor fire pit or immerse yourself in a soothing hot tub. This is not just comfort; it's an invitation to a dream vacation, where you craft timeless memories. Don't miss this extraordinary opportunity!
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WindSong in the treetops/hot tub

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Fancy Gap, VA
Just a couple of acres, tucked into the woods, with two other yurts, at different elevations for privacy. Firepits, hammocks, propane firepit and furniture on the lower deck, a hot tub on the upper deck. A huge soaking tub and tiled walk in shower in the bath.Heated and air conditioned with a minisplit and a propane fireplace. This yurt has a washer and dryer, a great coffee selection, full kitchen with a motion sensor faucet. Star gazer paradise, and nearby hiking including Devels Den (3 miles away), Cumberland Knob, Buffalo Mountain, New River Trail. Several wineries nearby including Iron Heart, Chateau Morrisette and Villa Appalachia. This yurt is pet friendly with a gated deck. The pet fee is an additional $25. I provide directions to this yurt, once you reach Fancy Gap, so you are on the easiest route. This yurt is at a high elevation and requires steps from the lower parking. Four wheel drive is best in snowy weather.
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Mother Earth with a hot tub

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Fancy Gap, VA
Mother Earth is 3 miles from I-77, exit #8, 3 miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway, and sits in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The yurt is 15 mins from Mt Airy NC which is a destination for outdoors activities, wineries, breweries, and has a gorgeous downtown area. Fancy Gap is famous for the BRPW, hiking, mountain biking, and all types of outdoor activities. Mother Earth has a walk in shower, soaking tub, bluetooth music, wifi, and a hot tub. a full kitchen and washer and dryer. I provide all your paper products, coffees, creamer, sugar, shower products and more. it’s in a wooded area with nice views and wildlife in abundance. This yurt is comfortable all year long with a minisplit for heat and air conditioning, and a propane fireplace. This yurt has easy access and parking right in front. The deck is gated for toddlers and pets. Our pet fee is an additional $25 left on the counter.
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Yurts near Mount Airy with a private bathroom guide

Overview

Home to the largest granite quarry in the world, Mount Airy (aka Granite City) is a geological paradise with mountains, rivers, and rocks that shimmer. Notes of nostalgia fill the air as visitors enjoy cozy small town amenities in a place often referred to as Mayberry (from the 1960s “The Andy Griffith Show”). Mount Airy offers simple campgrounds, cabin rentals, sanctuaries, and retreats that allow Hipcampers to explore with ease. Sitting center stage amid surrounding state parks, the town is a convenient homebase for hiking and biking to unforgettable views, paddling along the rivers, or simply relaxing and recharging year-round. Visit nearby Pilot Mountain and Stone Mountain State Parks for further geological wonders.

Where to go

Hanging Rock State Park

Hunker down at Hanging Rock State Park, 30 miles east of Mount Airy. Originally a Civilian Conservation Corps project, this park blossomed into an outdoor oasis featuring hiking, biking, horseback riding, swimming, and rock climbing. Explore part of the Mountains-to-Sea State Trail, or swim, paddle, and fish along the Dan River. Offering campsites, showers, vacation rentals, and picnic areas, the park is perfect for holiday getaways or one-day stays. Note that while trailers and RVs are welcome, there are no hookups, so campers must plan for dry sites.

Pilot Mountain State Park

Pop over to Pilot Mountain State Park to find the legendary geological knob at its center. Less than 15 miles from Mount Airy, the park features two areas: mountain and river. The mountain section highlights hiking, picnicking, and rock climbing, while the river section features horseback riding, paddling, and fishing. The Mountains-to-Sea Trail crosses through both areas, allowing campers to flow seamlessly throughout the park. On-site dry camping is available with showers for campers in tents, trailers, and RVs (no hookups available).

Stone Mountain State Park

Wander 35 miles southwest to Stone Mountain State Park—a scenic 600-foot granite dome. A Natural National Landmark, the dome provides panoramic views with the historical Hutchinson Homestead at its base. The park also features a portion of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail, perfect for hiking, biking, paddling, and fishing. On-site camping includes tent sites, backpacking sites, backcountry options, and spots for trailers and RVs. Not all RV sites are equipped with hookups, though the camping area does provide showers and communal dump stations.

When to go

With year-round activities and beautiful landscapes, Mount Airy welcomes campers in every season. Summertime temperatures reach average highs of 87°F—ideal for water activities, rock climbing, backpacking, tent camping, and RVing without heat. As winter approaches, be prepared for temperatures to drop below freezing. The area sees yearly snowfall in December, January, and February, meaning campers should be equipped and experienced in cold weather camping or consider heated rentals.

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