We stayed two nights in Yurt #28 at Jessie M. Honeyman State Park. The yurt was great! It has a heater, 4 or so electrical outlets, windows and a lockable door. The bunk bed had a double on the bottom, twin on top. The futon made into a double bed. There was a table, coffee table and 3 wooden chairs. The covered porch area would be nice if it rained and there was a fire pit and two picnic tables. The park is close to the sand dunes and two lakes. It was a great experience and the cost was well worth it. The hard part is reserving one. It is my understanding that you can reserve them 9 months in advance and you need to do that to get the good (and probably even the not-so-good) dates. Yurt #28 was 100 feet from bathrooms with showers. We reserved them at:
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