Yurts near Brattleboro

Discover and reserve the best campgrounds, cabins, RV parks, and more.

99% (396 reviews)
99% (396 reviews)

Popular camping styles for Brattleboro

6 top yurts sites near Brattleboro

97%
(723)

Wyomanock Farm

32 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents75 acres · NY
Our 75 acres is a wonderful, diverse mix of habitat, harmoniously integrated with our small farm. This land was the homestead of the very first white settler of the area, John Wiley, in 1787. The Wyomanock Creek is the backbone of this little valley. Beaver have dammed the creek at several points to create ponds and other wetland features that support a diversity of wildlife including otter, moose and a myriad of birds, from osprey to herons. This sanctuary is host to many uncommon native plants and plant communities. We would love to share it with you! Your host, Thom, invites you to property to explore 75 acres of meadows, woods and water. Choose one of several sites either in the woods or open areas. You are also free to use our outdoor solar shower or take a dip in the cold pond! Our location is convenient to the Berkshire Mountains, state parks, hiking and other attractions, including Ramble Wild tree to tree adventures and Jiminy Peak. There are a few miles of rail trail access just down the road.
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
Campfires
Showers
from 
$30
 / night
98%
(152)

Green Gem Yurt Farm Stay

3 sites · Lodging93 acres · Newfane, VT
It's lambing time!!! This is the best time of year to visit us, as maximum cuteness is running around just a short walk across the suspension bridge from where you will be staying! We currently have 11 newborn lambs all less than two weeks old (two new arrivals today!) and two ewes are still waiting to deliver. Who knows...maybe they will wait til you get here! Our farm was named after the summer home of Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg. Trollhaugen Farm means Troll hill, but the only real trolls around these parts are the sheep. Our farm has sheep, pigs, chickens and ducks that you are welcome to visit. The yurt sits under the trees next to a babbling brook. A suspension bridge connects you to the farm area. The yurt is private and has a fire pit right out back where you can grill or just sit and enjoy the fire. The colorful yurt offers a comfy four poster bed, a small kitchen area and a bathroom with shower and composting toilet. This is a great place for children, bikers, swimmers, hikers or anyone who just wants to get away from it all for a few days. There are many lovely hikes, one of which takes you to a pond you can swim in. You can also hike up in the woods behind the yurt. Newfane village is one of the most picturesque villages in Vermont, with a courthouse on the green. There are two restaurants in Newfane, two coffee shops, a flea market on Sundays, and a great antique store. We are close to Brattleboro, home to one of the best coops in the northeast, as well as many fun stores and an art museum. Please come visit us!
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
Campfires
Showers
from 
$125
 / night
100%
(4)

Sweet Retreat and Yurt Farm

1 site · Lodging14 acres · Mason, NH
Welcome to Sweet Retreat and Yurt Farm! Come experience a romantic, private four season yurt experience in a secluded piece of nature on our 14 acre property, enveloped by a variety of tall trees and distant view of the farms pasture and barn. Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway for two, a family or group experience, the yurt provides 492 sq. ft. of comfortable space with top quality amenities, including Wi-Fi, and is available for all seasons: rain, snow or sunshine. There is a viewable pond and two running brooks on the property. We have Nigerian Dwarf goats, numerous chicken breeds and ducks. When we are available, you may interact with the farm animals if desired. The small town of Mason has a number of homesteads/farms nearby, a fine dining restaurant, a Maple House and restaurant, a venue for live concerts of talented singers/bands, and a swimmable quarry. PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTION IN FULL BEFORE BOOKING WITH US. BOOKING THE PROPERTY ARE ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS AND RULES. Be mindful that we have multiple animals on our little farm including a barn cat, dog, goats, chickens, and ducks. As such, you may hear animal noises. However, the barn is approximately 400 feet away from the yurt where most of the animals stay. We have made extensive efforts to make your stay as comfortable as possible. However, the Yurt is a “Glamping” (Glorified Camping) experience. As such, here are some following considerations before you decide to book our yurt: 1. The walkway from the parking area to the yurt is approximately 150 yards long over a grassy path that can be wet, uneven and in the winter covered with snow or ice. Wear appropriate footwear. 2. The yurt is heated by a wood stove. You will need to build a fire and maintain it in the wood stove to keep warm in the winter months. We provide the tools, the wood and the training for those who need it. If you are away from the yurt all day, you will need to restart the fire to get the yurt back to a comfortable temperature. 3. Yurt guests exclusively have access to the outhouse lavatory for all bathroom needs. We utilize a composting bag/toilet in the outhouse, and guests must follow the posted instructions related to its use. 4. The outhouse is NOT insulated. It can be cold in the winter. 5. The outdoor shower is available for guest use during the warm months (approximately May through October, or when outdoor temperatures are consistently above freezing). We DO NOT have running water to the shower area. Solar shower bags are provided. 6. We DO NOT have hot running water in the yurt. There is up to an 18 gallon container over the sink for cleansing needs, washing dishes, etc…Refills may be required. Guests may boil water in the kettle for hot water needs. 7. Guests are welcome to use all items in the kitchenette. The kitchenette has all of your cooking needs. 8. The yurt is located on a farm. Although unlikely, guests may encounter associated sounds and smells related to raising animals during their stay with us. If you proceed to book a stay, you can expect to have a unique lodging experience that will detach you from the routine and reconnect you to nature and those you are experiencing it with. Careful consideration has been taken to design and furnish the space to provide you with a comfortable, memorable experience. From the artistic pieces, to the memory foam top bed, cast iron wood stove, and outdoor fire-pit; to name a few. Clean towels, linens, robes and slippers (robes and slippers are provided during the winter months and slippers are for you to keep) are provided, and there are extra blankets stored in the chest and stools for those extra cold nights. The composting outhouse is just a few steps away from the door. It has a skylight and a solar lamp during night time hours. The yurt area is private, but you may experience wildlife such as deer, fox, bunny or other sightings. You may see our goats in the fenced pasture from a healthy distance, but you may choose to approach them at the fence, if desired. You will get a sense of what homesteading life is like in rural New Hampshire. Cell carriers may be spotty. AT&T works best. Wi-Fi is provided with speeds up to 140 mbps. Currently there isn't a television provided. You may bring a laptop or other screened device to stream your favorite television shows. You must provide your own subscription account/login. DOGS: When you book, please confirm these rules and be sure your reservation includes your pup. > One dog maximum > Your dog is at least one year old and FULLY potty trained > He or she gets along with other dogs - we have a dog and cat here > Dog stays off all furniture - this is important to us and to our future guests; please note that we charge a minimum additional $250 cleaning fee if this rule is broken > Please bring bags and pick up waste > Dog stays with you when you go out and is not left alone in the space COLD SEASON VISITORS: In your reservation request, please acknowledge you have read and understood the three important points below. The yurt is a wonderful and cozy place to be in the cold season. That said, there are some unique aspects to staying in the yurt during winter that you should review and feel good about: 1. Making fire in a wood stove is an enjoyable feeling, AND, you must do it well in order to stay warm. If you have never worked with a wood stove before, plan on reading the detailed instructions we have left you. We would also highly recommend you come before dark rather than late at night. 2. There is a lovely outdoor shower space outside the yurt, next to the outhouse. It is useable anytime during the year; however, during the cold months it will likely be intolerable. We DO NOT have running water to the shower space area. During the warmer months of the year, solar water shower bags are provided. Soap and Towels are provided. 3. The yurt is about 400 feet (a 2 minute flat walk) from your parking spot. That said, it's an easy walk. WHAT TO BRING: We provide all bedding, linens, pillows, towels, robes and slippers (robes and slippers are provided during winter months only and slippers are for you to keep). We provide all of the basic bbq/cooking supplies. There is a coffee/Nespresso machine provided, including coffee and coffee pods, snacks and fresh farm eggs when in season. We encourage you to bring appropriate clothing and foot wear for the season you visit, including jackets, shoes, beach towels if you will be swimming in the summer, slippers and cozy layers for the cold months, and foods and drinks (coffee is provided). If you are interested in streaming your favorite shows, we recommend you bring your screened devices (i.e. laptop). SUMMER VISITORS: We can provide suggestions in our area for great hikes, swimming holes, paddling spots, and the best ice cream stands. There is a viewable pond on the property; however, there is No Swimming allowed in the pond. The yurt will have a window A/C installed to keep you cooler during the hot summer months. Two Night Minimum on Friday and/or Saturday. NH Department of Revenue Administration License No. 104422
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
Campfires
Showers
from 
$145
 / night
100%
(1)

Bartlett's Blueberry Farm Yurt

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Newport, NH
Our 24' yurt is located on our family-run blueberry farm (pick your own mid-July to late Aug) with views of Mt Sunapee. Nestled between Newport and Sunapee you will have access to the area's highlights, Lake Sunapee (swimming and boating) and Mt Sunapee (hiking and biking), but will enjoy the peaceful nature of being tucked back in the woods on our working farm. Please note that we're only accepting bookings from mid May to early September as the yurt is not winterized.
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
Campfires
Trash
from 
$99
 / night
100%
(2)

Yurt By The The Berkshires

1 site · Lodging4 acres · Stephentown, NY
Situated on land that is right by the southern access road to Cherry Plain State Park with it's own private stream running through it.   Get away from it all and immerse yourself in nature. Learn more about this land:This is an off grid yurt. Think camping... with an outhouse and a stream for washing dishes but no running water or electricity. You'll have a comfy bed and futon. If it rains it's a welcome excuse to hang out in the yurt, not a ruined weekend. Staying inside, listening to the rain and playing games is a highlight of our trips there rather than a reason to reschedule. Rain on the yurt sounds incredible. Though cooking outside and enjoying a campfire & toasting marshmallows is also fun! The space The yurt sits on our 4 acres of woods right near the southern access road to Cherry Plain State Park. A stream runs through the middle of the property and you can see and hear it from the yurt. If you cross the stream the woods on the other side are on a hill and it's really fun to explore the boulders and woods over there with kids. There is a beautiful lake in the park with a playground and swimming beach. You can rent boats there, too. There are also showers and bathrooms there that you can use during the summer season. You can hike there... 2-3 miles (a lot uphill) over a kind of rough dirt road - while you can drive on that road you may want to drive the alternate 15 minute route around on paved roads if you don't have high clearance on your car. There is no cell service at the yurt but you can get a signal if you walk a few minutes up the road towards the park. 1) The yurt does not have electricity or running water. We have a small portable power supply that can charge phones and run a light. It'll get you through the weekend doing that sort of thing but can't run heavier appliances. There is a small bluetooth Bose speaker there that you can use to play music. And an acoustic guitar to make your own! 2)There is an outhouse with a composting toilet. We also have a small portable potty that can be used in the yurt (ideally for liquids only). We can provide you with a privacy tent for that, which you could put in the yurt if you like (let us know if you'd like that as we'd have to bring it out). You're also only an 8 minute drive from a Cumberland Farms with a nice bathroom. :) 3) We have a 2 burner camp stove that you can use out in the woodshed or in the yurt. We'll set it up in the shed for you but feel free to bring it inside if you don't want to go out to make coffee or tea in the morning. We have a small kettle and pour over coffee maker or Aeropress that can be used for making coffee. There is also a fire pit and we have cast iron cookware that you can use to cook over that. 4) We will provide you with a 5 gallon jug of water for the outdoor kitchen area. Dishes, etc. can be taken down and washed in the stream. We'll provide a sponge and environmentally friendly soap. Please don't use soap on the cast iron pans as it will remove their finish and rust them. 5) We can provide a cooler if you don't have one but there is not yet a refrigerator out there. We'll be getting one that runs off propane for the small kitchen we'll be installing inside the yurt but that and the wood stove won't be there until the fall. You'll need to pick up ice for your cooler. 6) In addition to the bed and the futon there is a folding card table and chairs and bunch of games. Let us know if there's anything in particular you like to play and we can try to provide it if we have it at home. Guest access The yurt has it's own private drive. Other things to note Because we're near the park and it is a nature lover's paradise, you do get a fair number of ATVs riding past the property. Their motors are loud. Sometimes they go by in the middle of the night. They are harmless and friendly in our experience but can wake you up if you or your kids aren't sound sleepers. It's not a constant stream of them or anything like that but you'll usually have a group go by a few times a day and like I said, sometimes in the middle of the night. There is no cell service at the yurt but you can get a signal if you walk a few minutes up the road towards the park.
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
Campfires
Showers
from 
$180
 / night
100%
(2)

The Yurt at Mt Snow

1 site · Lodging20 acres · Dover, VT
The Yurt at Mt Snow is a hidden treasure if you are looking to unwind in privacy with a great view. Gaze through the ceiling dome of the yurt at the tree tops, stars and moon, wake up to an expansive sunrise over the Green Mountains. Enjoy cocktails on the deck with treetop and mountain views. Breathtaking at any time of the year, for different reasons!
Potable water
Toilets
Trash
from 
$195
 / night
Value Prop
Value Prop

Yurts near Brattleboro guide

Overview

Looking to go camping near Brattleboro, Vermont and prefer staying in a yurt? Hipcamp has you covered with over 90 options available. Whether you're looking for a cozy retreat or a unique farm stay, you'll find the perfect yurt camping experience. Check out top-rated campsites like Green Gem Yurt (94 reviews), Farm Animal Sanctuary Retreat (71 reviews), and Yurt Farm Stay (45 reviews). These campsites offer popular amenities such as pets allowed, toilets, and potable water. Plus, you can enjoy activities like paddling, fishing, and off-roading. With an average price per night of $99 and options as low as $30, you'll find a yurt camping experience that fits your budget.

Safety at Hipcamp

Inclusion Policy
Inclusion Policy
Inclusion Policy
Hipcamp Hand

Safety partners

Recreate Responsibly

About us

Hipcamp is the most comprehensive resource for beautiful private campsites.

Discover and reserve tent camping, RV parks, cabins, treehouses, and glamping.

Download the Hipcamp App

Hipcamp is created with ❤️ and hope for our future.