Go Glamping At These 6 Campgrounds In Minnesota With Yurts For An Unforgettable Adventure
By Betsy Rathburn|Updated on April 19, 2023(Originally published April 14, 2023)
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Wondering about yurt rentals in MN? Camping is fun, but it can be a lot of work what with setting up tents, blowing up air mattresses, maintaining coolers, gathering firewood, and starting fires. It can all add up, turning what was meant to be a relaxing trip into seemingly endless amounts of work. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to cut down on the work required of camping but still have a similar experience. One of our favorite ways is by glamping in MN. More specifically, glamping in comfortable yurts that require no setup and are almost as comfortable as home. There are several excellent spots to go yurt camping in MN. Take a look:
There you have it! Each of these six spots are excellent places to go glamping in Minnesota. Have you done any of these yurt rentals in MN? Do you have any other favorite spots for camping in MN? Let us know in the comments!
Henderson: Located in Sibley County, this main street features a drugstore with a soda fountain, shops, eateries, and even a museum. And if you find yourself here in the summer, check out the Classic Car Roll-In.
Grand Rapids: You’ll find this area in Itasca County. Here, you can walk the yellow brick road as well as take in several places to eat and shop. And make sure to stop at the Judy Garland Museum.
Hotel Crosby: This hotel can be found in Stillwater on the beautiful St. Croix River. The 55 rooms blend historic and modern styles together into the perfect spot for just about anyone. There are also several common spaces, a fitness center, a spa, and an on-site farm-to-table restaurant. And all Main Street has to offer is only moments away.
Hewing Hotel: This hotel has a great location in Minneapolis, with some of the best restaurants and shops only minutes away. There are 124 rooms with exposed wood and metal, all decorated with unique touches, like artwork and books. There is also an on-site Nordic restaurant, pool, sauna, spa, and yoga studio.
Covington Inn Bed and Breakfast: A truly unique place to stay, this St. Paul spot is actually a three-story towboat on the Mississippi River. There are four rooms, all decorated with nautical themes and each featuring a fireplace.