The farm is cute, as is the barn and communal fire area. Yoga on Saturday morning was great. Some things to note- the soil they use smells terrible (very strong manure smell), no showers, port-a-potties, only one small picnic table, and no fires at your campsite. I didn’t necessarily feel welcomed and it didn’t feel quite like the community of campers I was hoping for. It was okay but I think I would have rather stayed at a more traditional campground.
Everything from the yurt itself to the views and amenities were amazing. I would highly recommend if you’re looking for a place to retreat with the people you’re with. It’s very secluded and requires 4-wheel drive to get there. Most of the roads surrounding the site and the dirt road leading up to the yurt are rough and windy - so arrive before dark and with an experienced driver. The stay at the yurt was worth it though.