Sleep In A Yurt On A 16,000-Acre Wildlife Refuge In Idaho

Did you know that Harriman State Park in eastern Idaho is located within a 16,000-acre wildlife refuge? This state park is an incredible place to visit with breathtaking views, exceptional outdoor recreational activities, lots of wildlife, and some of the best fly fishing waters in the nation. To truly enjoy all that this state park in Idaho has to offer, you need comfortable, relaxing, and peaceful accommodations in a prime location. You need to book a stay at the yurts at Harriman State Park in Idaho.

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If you plan to reserve a yurt at Harriman State Park in Idaho, make sure you book early as they can fill up quickly. Be aware there is no restroom or drinking water in the yurt. However, these amenities are located nearby. Pets are also not allowed in the yurts. Because Harriman State Park is a wildlife refuge, dogs are not allowed outside of the main parking lots and only on the Harriman Hounds Trail. To learn more about these yurts and to place your reservation, click here.

Have you ever stayed at the yurts at Harriman State Park? What was your experience like? We’d love to hear all about your experience in the comments!

If you want to learn even more about Harriman State Park, check out our article here.

Address: Harriman State Park, 3489 Green Canyon Rd, Island Park, ID 83429, USA