Yurts in Tennessee

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The Falls at Sewanee Creek

11 sites · Lodging, Tents45 acres · Tracy City, TN
45 private acres on our homestead for you to roam. Seven eclectic sites to choose from ranging from primitive camping to a lovely log cabin. All except the log cabin lovingly built by the owner, loaded with creative touches. Featuring: * Two gorgeous waterfalls. Each of our stay-sites are located within about 100-150 yards of Fifty-foot tall Miller’s Falls. * A large cave at the end of a short, but rugged hike. * A fairy Village filled with Hollow Oak Tree Fairy homes. The trees glow after dark. Magical. * Three acres for group camping centered on a well-equipped, covered outdoor kitchen. * Peaceful Meditation Retreats at the Outdoor Kitchen under brain-wave enhancing satellite dishes. * Certified Hypnotherapy Disclaimer: The flow of the waterfall is subject to fluctuations in temperature, seasonal droughts, & rain fall. The most favorable seasons for waterfall flow are fall, winter & early spring. We came to this magical place to found a self-reliant, homesteading eco-community when I retired from corporate life in 2006. It's called the Village on Sewanee Creek, named for the creek 800 feet below the bluff where we are located. I traveled the world as a senior executive for Baskin-Robbins, Dunkin' Donuts, Papa Johns, Blockbuster, 7-Eleven and other retail franchises, making the world safe for Pizza, Ice Cream, Pancakes Video Rentals and American convenience. And I was ready for something more fufilling. I scouted for a place of exquisite natural beauty and I found it here. I bought way too much land just before the real estate bust and learned how to turn a nice fortune into a very small one. I faced challenges and had lots of fun. Now I want to share our experience. It's the Village 2.0 for guests. Or not. Life in the city is OK as long as you can get away frequently. I'm convinced if you love nature and the outdoors, this is the best place to celebrate it.
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Roamstead

77 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents6 acres · Cosby, TN
Roamstead was born on a family RV trip across the country. Our founders noticed their glamorous plans often ended in glorified parking lots or dirty campgrounds without amenities or thought regarding design. Alongside that, many campgrounds seemed unapproachable to those who hadn’t been before. A vision was born to reinvent 'roughing it' in a way that could welcome all adventurers to experience the magic of the great outdoors. We believe the beauty of nature should be experienced by everyone. It's good for your health, and the more we connect with and learn about the outdoors, the more we'll feel compelled to protect it. Whether you've been camping all your life or this would be your first trip, we're here for you. We aim to build a bridge (you know, a metaphorical one) to the great outdoors, where all adventures can truly feel welcome. Roamstead is committed to making our outdoor spaces accessible to everyone. At our Smoky Mountains location, we're partnering with Friends of the Smokies to do just that. Friends assists the National Park Service in its mission to preserve and protect the Great Smoky Mountains National Park by raising funds and public awareness, and providing volunteers for needed projects. They restore trails, build handicap accessible access points, and provide urban youth educational opportunities in the park, to name just a few of their many projects. A dollar of each stay at Roamstead Smoky Mountains is donated back to Friends of the Smokies to help continue their mission.
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Tri Mountain View

15 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents27 acres · Shady Valley, TN
Tri Mountain View Campground is located in the Northeast corner of Tennessee in the town of Shady Valley. With an elevation of 2,800 feet, Shady Valley is the second highest town in Tennessee. It is just 26 miles from the Bristol Raceway and the Bristol Caverns. It is just a 15 minute drive to Backbone rock and a short drive to the Appalachian Trail. The property was a Dairy Farm and went out of business in the late 90’s and since then there has been over 3,000 trees planted. Some of these trees include the rare Butternut and Hazelnut, but mostly White Pine, Walnut and Oaks. The property has approximately 1,000 feet of fishing on Beaver dam creek, so we recommend bringing waders. There is also a shower house, washer and dryer. https://trimountainview.com/ trimountainview.com
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Riverfront Glamping Experience !

3 sites · Lodging3 acres · Benton, TN
Welcome to River Dell Arts and Creations - Enjoy the sounds of nature while staying at one of our unique Hiwassee yurts! One Yurt sleeps 4, we have a total of 3 Yurts on the property with access to Indoor bathroom & shower. Includes all of the following: Cold breakfast on weekdays Hot breakfast on weekends Inflatable hot tubs over looking the Hiwassee river National park , Hiking trails, Tubing/Kayaking minutes away Option for an outdoor art class by a local This To Note: Their are two friendly pets that live on the property that you may encounter during your stay, a cute fat cat and husky dog
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A Gnome Away From Home

2 sites · Lodging5 acres · Sweetwater, TN
Our family started vacationing in Tennessee years ago. From the very first time we stayed in mountains we knew we had to make it our home. After years of dreaming we took a huge leap of faith and sold our house in Illinois, packed up everything we owned into a moving truck, and headed south. No jobs, no plans, and everything we knew in the rearview mirror. We landed in Knoxville for a bit while we figured out where we were going to work because paying bills is a necessary evil and started house hunting. We stumbled across this property totally on accident. Turns out it was exactly what we were looking for! My husband dreamed of living in a cabin and I dreamed of hosting guests. Here we have the best of both worlds! We are travelers ourselves and have stayed in so many unique placed all over the country. Wanderers by heart we have met so many lovely people and are excited to meet like minded travelers <3 This property was slightly abused before we found it and is a work in progress but aren't we all that way? The previous owners harvested the trees so it is our goal to bring the property back to its original beauty. You will see us buzzing around planting trees, wildflowers, veggies, and fruit whenever time and weather allows. We are fortunate to be about to share this journey with others and I cannot wait to meet you!Learn more about this land:Gnomaste y'all! Welcome to our little piece of paradise! Located perfectly between Knoxville and Chattanooga this little cottage gives you access to everything the area has to offer. There is so much hiking, boating, fishing, etc nearby it is impossible to list it all. Enjoy the rural setting with gorgeous sunrises/sunsets along with the amazing night sky! All are welcome we can't wait to meet you!Special discounts offered to local artisans and those working outages. Message us for details :)
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Cumberland Trail @ Peavine Rd

5 sites · Lodging, Tents25 acres · Fairfield Glade, TN
Located on the Cumberland Trail next to Catoosa WMA just north of Fairfield Glade. This remote property on a ridge allows for privacy and quiet in a forest. Hike the Cumberland Trail. Kayak on Daddy’s Creek. Listen to the Oaks, the Pines, the Sassafras’s Trees speak. Soak it all in. Immerse yourself in nature.
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Roan Mountain Glamping

1 site · Lodging5 acres · Roan Mountain, TN
Off the grid Glamping Yurt located on the historic tweetsie trail & nestled on Doe River complete with queen bed, mountain views, full shower & bathroom, fire pit and grill. Take a stroll just feet away to the Doe River & cast a line, ride your bike or take a walk on the tweetsie trail or take a shuttle to hike the Appalachian Trail.
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Yurts in Tennessee guide

Overview

Camping in a yurt gives you the best of both worlds—get off-grid peace and quiet with the sounds of nature instead of the whir of automatic hotel doors and elevators. But you also get high ceilings that allow you to stand and stretch, and sometimes comfortable queen-sized beds with fresh linens instead of sleeping on the ground. Some even provide heaters or air conditioning, wifi, hot tubs, and kitchenettes with coffee makers. This option to go glamping is available across the state, from Gatlinburg near Great Smoky Mountains National Park to Memphis on the banks of the Mississippi River, but Middle Tennessee, between Nashville and Chattanooga (near the Georgia border), is prime yurt country. Book a yurt vacation rental to enjoy a night around the fire pit after hiking on the Cumberland Plateau, biking on its trails, or exploring Tennessee's waterfalls. Take in the constellations and then go to sleep breathing the mountain air without having to pitch a tent.

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