Tall Pines yurt is nestled in Minnesota's north woods, overlooking remote small BWCA (wilderness) bog/lake. Easy assess to other BWCA lakes. This Campers yurt comes with a canoe, firepit, wood heated sauna, outhouse. Bunks have mattresses, one futon. You provide your own sleeping bags in the summer. Tall Pines yurt has Table/chairs. Wood heated. LP lights and gas stove with
Tall Pines yurt is nestled in Minnesota's north woods, overlooking remote small BWCA (wilderness) bog/lake. Easy assess to other BWCA lakes. This Campers yurt comes with a canoe, firepit, wood heated sauna, outhouse. Bunks have mattresses, one futon. You provide your own sleeping bags in the summer. Tall Pines yurt has Table/chairs. Wood heated. LP lights and gas stove with oven, dishes, pots/pans, toilet paper, bath towels/wash cloths. You bring a picnic cooler with ice to keep your food cold. Yurt can accommodate six persons. Hiking, Mountain Biking and Ski Trails out the door. Please take a look at the great photos taken by a guest and his family who stayed here twice.
Dogs allowed: $22.48/night $44.96 each maximum.
Our rates include taxes. Taxes are distributed to state of Minnesota and our local county.
Winter: Ski Yurt to Yurt , one night at Tall Pines and the other at Croft yurt, car
shuttle and gear shuttles
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 80%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Gravel biking trails
Canoe provided at nearby lake/bog
Nordic skiing on nearby trails
You might see moose, eagles, pine martins, black bears?, tracks of lynx
Natural features you'll find at Tall Pines Wilderness Yurt in Minnesota.
Yurt is surrounded by boreal forest
Nearby lake is turning into bog. Many water plants to photograph, especially in May and June
The vibe at Tall Pines Wilderness Yurt
Places to see near Boundary Country Trekking
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Great yurt getaway
The drive was gorgeous, the directions they gave were perfect since GPS is a bit tough to get close to their B&B.
Barbara was a great host and checked us in quickly and provided ski passes that the DNR can inspect($6).
The yurt was fantastic. Their groundskeeper had warmed it up for us before we got there. We followed him down the snowmobile trail to the yurt, maybe a 20 minutes of skiing to get there. He showed us how the lights, fire heater and stove worked, pointed out the sauna and outhouse and recommended not walking on the lake which was a little path away from our yurt.
Everything was perfect. They provded sleeping bags and sleeping bag liners & pillows. Pots and pans and plate & utensils as well.
They showed us which trails were groomed so we could ski and it was a breathtaking and unforgettable experience.
We will definitely be back.
The Tall Pines Yurt is a hidden gem off the Gunflint Trail! Tucked back in the woods, this was the perfect place of solitude and escape. The yurt was very comfortable and spacious, and the canoe on the bog was a treat to enjoy! This is a lovely place to visit if you're looking to fully unplug from life for a few days.