Arizona April 08, 2019
Stay In These 3 Incredible Yurts In Arizona For An Overnight Adventure You Won’t Soon Forget
If your camping preference falls somewhere in-between “roughing it” and fancy cabins with all the bells and whistles, this is the perfect happy medium. These three campgrounds in Arizona have yurts you can rent for the night, most of which are fully-furnished and come with modern amenities like electricity and bathroom facilities. Take a virtual tour:
1. Arizona Nordic Village (Flagstaff)
Hiding in the lush Coconino National Forest, Arizona Nordic Village has five yurts to choose from. They vary in size and distance from the parking lot, with the largest one requiring a three-mile hike. You'll be just steps away from over 50 kilometers of hiking trails that feature abounding wildlife during the warmer months. Additionally, such famed attractions as the Grand Canyon, Bearizona, and Wupatki National Monument aren't far away at all. Overnight guests even get a complimentary cup of coffee, tea, or hot cocoa every morning at 8 a.m. While backpacking to your yurt is encouraged, shuttles are offered for those with lots of gear. More information
2. Cochise Stronghold Retreat (Pearce)
The yurt at Cochise Stronghold Retreat is glamping at its very finest. Surrounded by a 64,000-acre evergreen forest and towering mountains, this peaceful place is truly an escape from reality. Modern amenities like electricity, lavish furnishings, and a bathroom take away any aspect of "roughing it." Trails cut through miles of dense greenery, a variety of bird species chirp their good mornings, and ancient rock art tells stories about ancient peoples who once inhabited the area. There's even a hot tub in which guests love to relax and gaze up at the starry night sky. For more information, click
3. Tiny Town Arizona (Show Low)
Nestled in the White Mountains, Tiny Town Arizona is a 100-acre sustainable glamping resort. It offers five fully-furnished yurts with queen beds and beverage bars. They're located in secluded spots around the property, so you'll have more privacy than a five-star hotel room offers. Each yurt has a skylight, so you can fall asleep while watching the cosmos dance overhead. Located near Petrified Forest National Park, plenty of trails, and lakes for fishing, there are endless activities to make your stay unforgettable. Click
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Have you stayed in any of these yurts before? If so, we’d love to hear all about your experience!
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