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We were pleasantly surprised! We spent our kids fall break where the weather was cooler! We loved the yurt! We have a 6&7 year old and it was perfect! The staff was nice, everything was kept nice. Bathrooms were convenient and clean! We took the...More
My husband and I had a great weekend in the yurt. Great amenities (mini-fridge, coffee maker, etc.) for "glamping." Short ride into town and near rafting/ziplines. Bathrooms were decent enough for outdoor facility. Other guests were quiet during quiet hours.
This was a truly unique getaway. Clean and comfortable but still with the feel of camping. Beautiful scenery! Activities and small city nearby for everything you need.
Highly recommended for something different to do for a vacation. Great idea for couples, families or groups.
Loved Yurt #5, though leave fan on from arrival and lift up side flaps to leave it a great temperature! Very cosy and cute and super easy to find and check in, thank you! We went for a trek down to the waterfall, v steep,...More
I went with a group of friends and we occupied 6 Yurts. We stayed in #5 and there was 3 of us. If you do not like roughing it in a tent, this is your next best option. The beds were comfortable, there were plenty...More
Response from Jennifer B | Reviewed this property |
Well, the pond is tiny, and I don't think it's suitable for fishing. You could probably take the trail down to the lake and do some fishing from there. You could probably also find good fishing spots close by in the area... More
Well, the pond is tiny, and I don't think it's suitable for fishing. You could probably take the trail down to the lake and do some fishing from there. You could probably also find good fishing spots close by in the area. Have fun!
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"Ask not to stay in the #1 Yurt..it sits in the sun and closet to the pond"