Located on a permaculture food-forest farm, our 20' yurt is outfitted with a queen sized bed and used for mmetings, herb drying, art, skill-shares and sometimes even dance parties! Enjoy the song of geese and the gentle murmur of wind in the trees, splash in the 1 foot deep irrigation ditch or wander a half mile up our trail to the mighty Dungeness River.
Complimentary Goodness Tea provided. Locally grown trail foods and "heat-at-camp" menu (seasonally) available from the farm's commercial kitchen. Its back-porch is set up with an electric tea-kettle, hot-plate and cold-water sink for your use as well.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Multi-Purpose Yurt
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Seven friends and I had a great stay at the yurt. It was a great base camp as we explored the Olympic National Park and Forest! The yurt had a queen size bed and then plenty of floor space with sleeping pads for everyone. The site is great with multiple fire pits to use, a private bathroom, multiple water sources and a large picnic table for meals. Showers are also available. Shaelee is as a great host with a quick response rate to any questions. Would definitely stay here again!
We had a lovely time in the Yurt. Shalee was very welcoming and open. The Children in particular loved the farm animals and playing with the toys, trampoline, etc. The farm has a lot of projects / ideas in various stages of progress, of which the yurt is just one. All in all this makes it a very interesting place but also perhaps a bit rough around the edges. The queen bed in the yurt was comfortable, but the sleeping mats were not really suitable for the children so we used our own camp cots. The adjacent camp site looked like good value and I'd consider asking to pitch a tent if we passed by again.