14 Yurts Near Yellowstone National Park - Updated 2022

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Chia Han Keong
Chia Han Keong 

The first National Park in the United States is also among its finest and most exhilarating. Yellowstone National Park was established by President Ulysses S. Grant in 1872 and has remained a top nature destination ever since, with its abundant wildlife and its extraordinary geothermal features. The iconic Old Faithful geyser is its most popular attraction, but there are plenty of other natural treasures amid Yellowstone’s rugged beauty, such as hot springs, canyons, lakes, and animals like bison, elk, wolves, and grizzly bears. Nestled in the northwest corner of Wyoming, Yellowstone attracts more than three million visitors annually, and there are plenty of fantastic guided tours worth booking. There are accommodations of all kinds nearby, including Airbnb vacation rentals. If you’re looking for unique accommodations, check out these yurts near Yellowstone National Park. Stay a few days, and marvel at the diverse nature that Yellowstone has packed in its expanse.

1. Eco-friendly yurt with an attached bathhouse (from USD 240)

Get the good rest that you deserve in this eco-friendly yurt located just 7 miles (11.3 kilometers) from the west entrance of Glacier National Park. It’s the perfect place to unplug as it is nestled in a secluded area, without the trivialities of Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV but with all the conveniences of a regular home. The yurt features a kitchen area for simple cooking and meal plans, a dining table, and a sleeping corner with a plush queen-size bed. Its living room is a cozy spot that keeps you warm with a propane fireplace.

Yurt first-timers will appreciate the attached bathhouse with hot water in the unit, which is quite rare for traditional yurt properties and will make the experience hassle free.

Blue yurt, out in the woods! Unplugged, you are out in nature away from it all.
18 reviews
cabin 2 Guests 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom

Accommodates: 2
Minimum Nights: 2
Refund Policy : 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.

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Amenities & Room:
beautifully decorated yurt with laundry bathroom kitchen heat air conditioning peace and quiet
towels and clean linens
this place was clean warm sooooo cozy
everything is so well done and seems very new and clean
this place is awesome and the hosts clearly care about providing a great stay
good location to other things and still secluded
the location is very close to west glacier gate which was ideal for our site seeing plans
we were delighted upon arriving at this private retreat in the woods just outside glacier national park
over all everything great -needs a place to dispose trash bags -the train horn is too loud
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2. Private yurt with a skylight dome (from USD 213)

This 450-square-foot (41.81-square-meter) yurt is located in a quiet spot of a 9-acre (3.64-hectare) land, so you can expect to have your privacy during your stay here. You’ll also find comfort because this rental offers a wide variety of amenities. There’s a kitchenette area equipped with a two-burner induction cooktop, microwave, and refrigerator — as a result, you don’t have to worry about where to get your daily meals. You can also find a 50-in smart television with cable access for your entertainment.

Other excellent amenities that you can find in this yurt are the private yard with a barbeque grill and the skylight dome. The latter feature will definitely delight astronomy lovers — because now they can sleep under the stars.

Yellowstone National Park is about 12 mi (19.31 km) away, so you can go on a hiking trip to explore the area.

Beautiful, new scenic yurt in quiet privacy near Yellowstone National Park.
27 reviews  Wifi Available
building 2 Guests 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom

Accommodates: 2
Minimum Nights: 2
Refund Policy : 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.

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Amenities & Room:
bathroom amenities for personal care could be better
clean well stocked and very comfortable
it was clean and so well maintained
very clean yurt and such a great place to unplug
the owners could not have been more responsive and kind and accommodating during our stay
the hosts were very accommodating and made an effort to ensure that we had everything we needed
if you are trying to find a place to stay near yellowstone you should definitely book this place
the yurt was situated on a beautiful mountain side close to yellowstone national park
it was a lovely experience and close enough to the north entrance of yellowstone
such a wonderful place to stay the yurt is spacious beautiful and in a quiet canyon location
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3. Rustic yurt nestled in the wilds of Montana (from USD 240)

Nestled in the wilds, this rustic yurt promises to provide you with an unforgettable Montana experience. It’s only about 7 mi (11.27 km) from Glacier National Park, so you can easily head to this destination to do all sorts of fun activities, such as hiking, wildlife viewing, and many more.

When you’re done for the day, heading back to this yurt will almost feel like a relief. There’s a kitchenette area with a cooking stove and a refrigerator, so cooking meals should be no problem for you. If you need a bath, there’s an attached bathhouse that’s equipped with a shower, toilet, and hot water.

A comfortable king-size bed is also available inside for you. The moment you lie down on this bed, you’ll fall asleep immediately, giving you the good rest you deserve.

Brand New Yurts in the wilds of MT-Stay @ GNP like no other! 7mi. from W Glacier
26 reviews
studio 2 Guests 0 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom

Accommodates: 2
Minimum Nights: 2
Refund Policy : 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.

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great bathroom with ample on-demand hot water and pressure
there is heating in the main room and the bathroom which is very nice on chilly mornings
if you want something different than a regular hotel room the yurts are a fun alternative
clean cute cozy and comfy bed
we loved staying in the yurt it was clean and everything is new and beautiful
the yurt itself was clean had all the essentials and was easy to find even in the dark
host was very attentive and did everything possible to make our stay comfortable
we had three deer outside our window one morning property owner was friendly and helpful
location was also perfect offering proximity to west glacier
very close to park entrance and easy to find
everything from the proximity to the park to the ease of communication with vern was spectacular
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4. Glamping tent in Rexburg (from USD 76)

The best gateway into Yellowstone is via the rural town of West Yellowstone in the adjacent state of Montana. Only a mile (1.6 kilometers) away from the park’s West Entrance, the town has convenience stores, eateries, a museum documenting the history of the national park, and park tours available for booking. While there are hotels and inns around the town, glamping spots provide a great stay that is close to nature. Try this glamping tent accommodation in an RV park by a lake in the nearby town of Rexburg, about an hour from West Yellowstone. Besides the basic amenities like beds and Wi-Fi, guests will have their own picnic table and fire pit, and have access to paddleboard and wakeboarding rentals at the lake.

Glamping Tent #3 w/ 1 queen bed & 2 Twins
43 reviews Superhost  Wifi Available
Yurt 3 Beds 4 Guests 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom

Accommodates: 4

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very comfortable bed bedding and overall comfortable yurt
this yurt is amazing perfect sleeping amenities for camping with ultra comfy beds
clean and comfortable with electricity bedding and towels
clean facilities and fun amenities
clean and warm showers and restrooms are not too far away
amazing place recommend for a short or long stay very clean and comfortable
brett is a great host and made sure all of our needs were met
although we didn't end up in a yurt our experience with brett as host was great
great location-close to everything we needed
made for a great stay close to campus
bathrooms are very close and well equipped
close to the highway so some car noise at night but not overly bothersome to us
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5. Champagne Creek yurts (from USD 230)

As with all the great national parks in the world, Yellowstone’s wonders can only be fully revealed and appreciated by hiking its many trails. There are easy ones (the Natural Bridge trail which leads to a photogenic natural bridge above a creek); strenuous ones (the steep Avalanche Peak trail which rewards expert hikers with stunning views of some of the park’s tallest and most remote alpine peaks); short ones (the one-mile (1.6 km) Artist Paint Pots trail which offers views of beautiful hot springs and small geysers); and long ones (the 11-mile (17.7km) Observation Peak trail which has outstanding views of the Yellowstone wilderness). So take a few days’ stay to take in these hiking experiences, and yurt accommodations such as this one near the city of Arco in Idaho offer cozy beds and a propane stove to cook your favorite meals. It also has a library of books for you to unwind after a tiring day of hiking.

Champagne Creek Yurts near Craters of the Moon
Arco, Idaho, United States
63 reviews
Yurt 4 Beds 8 Guests 1 Bedroom 0 Bathrooms

Accommodates: 8

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we were amazed at the heated bathroom (thats right it is heated
it's definitely off the grid but it was very comfortable
the yurts were lovely clean and quiet
this place is hands down awesome beautiful scenery and very clean
:)the accommodations are rustic (pump your own water and no electricity) but everything is clean and comfortable
lanterns are provided for nighttime trips to the outhouse which is clean and features a very cool toilet
she is a wonderful communicator and host
anne was an amazing host
anne is a great host
anne was a gracious host met us when we arrived and showed us the facilities
anne and her lovely family were perfect airbnb hosts
the location is quite literally the back of beyond - perfect if that is what you want
it is cool to stay so close to a working cattle farm
amazing location for an escape it is a great place even in winter storms
it is set in a beautiful remote location nestled in among the hills and a creek
fun place to spend time outdoors
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6. City of Rocks Retreat (from USD 65)

The City of Rocks National Reserve is a popular destination in southern Idaho, about four hours from Yellowstone National Park. There are plenty of trails among tall and mazy boulder formations for hiking, mountain biking, and rock climbing. The tiny township of Almo is the gateway to this natural playground, and this comfy yurt accommodation is nearby, tucked among beautiful cedars and pines. There are padded beds, firewood for the indoor stove, a counter cabinet, and Wi-Fi available despite the remote location. There is a picnic table and BBQ grill outside, with grilling tongs and spatula provided.

City of Rocks Retreat - Pinion Yurt (Pets welcome)
Almo, Idaho, United States
268 reviews Superhost  Wifi Available
Yurt 0 Beds 6 Guests 0 Bathrooms

Accommodates: 6

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the wifi was great and the wood burning heater was a savior for those cold nights
the wifi was a nice added bonus
i’d recommend bringing sleeping bags to stay extra warm on the beds
ross helped us with wifi and pointed the way to some great snowshoeing and local spots
ross and sherida have it nicely buffed out with roomy bunk beds and comfy pads for sleeping
it was very clean and organized
it was clean and well kept
clean and in good condition
everything was clean and easy to access
simple but fun and clean
they were the perfect hosts
the hosts were very kind and responsive
the hosts were very friendly and accommodating
the hosts are kind and accommodating in all the ways you can imagine
ross stopped by and he is a friendly fellow
great location a mile from city of rocks
super close to the city of rocks
great central spot to city of rocks
a great place and close to city
great place in a great location
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7. The Philipsburg Yurt (from USD 168)

The spacious and comfy yurt accommodation is in the mining town of Philipsburg in Montana, about 3.5 hours northwest of Yellowstone National Park. It sleeps up to seven guests, and boasts a full kitchen, multiple showers, and a huge outdoor deck with BBQ grill. It is also close to the Discovery Ski Area, where there are four different skiing faces providing for beginner groomed runs to expert bowl skiing.

The Philipsburg Yurt
Philipsburg, Montana, United States
36 reviews
Yurt 1 Bed 7 Guests 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom

Accommodates: 7

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wonderful place cute town beautiful views quiet comfortable and a great patio
beautiful viewvery cozycomfortable bedgreat kitchen can’t wait to comeback in the winter with some fiends
very clean and quiet
very clean and comfortable
exceptionally clean and quite roomy with everything you need for a short or long stay
stunning book right now fully equipt clean and cozy
this is a great place to stay great for kids great views very clean and very accommodating
todd and mary were excellent hosts responding quickly to questions
highly recommend this unique structure and gracious hosts
it was warm and cozy the entire trip overall great location and would definitely book again
amazing space and perfect location
great place to stay
located above downtown we had a beautiful view and easy walk to the local shops
great place to stay in pburg look forward to staying again
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8. Classic red yurt in Cody (from USD 149)

Enjoy glamping near Yellowstone National Park when you stay in this classic red yurt in Cody, Wyoming. The park’s north-east entrance is less than a 40-minute drive away. This property is perfect for guests planning to explore the many trails in the surrounding area. There are also plenty of other outdoor activities worth checking out, including fishing, kayaking, and bird-watching. Inside the yurt, you’ll find a queen bed, a double bed, and a bunk bed - plenty of space for up to five guests. Pets are welcome, so you can bring your four-legged friend on your adventure too!

Yurt Next to Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River, 30 Minutes from Yellowstone
22 reviews  Wifi Available
cabin 5 Guests 0 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom

Accommodates: 5
Minimum Nights: 2
Refund Policy : 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.

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we've stayed in other yurts before and this one is new clean and solid
great experience super friendly owners with a great breakfast experience
juliakay was very accommodating and we had such a lovely stay
it is a really fun way to experience yellowstone and super close to the ne entrance
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9. Cody Wyoming Yurt (from USD 95)

Yellowstone is not just a one-trick pony; there are many more natural wonders to see all over the park other than Old Faithful. You can row a boat at the tranquil Yellowstone Lake, the largest lake at high elevation in North America. You can also visit the Mud Volcano or Norris Geyser Basin for close views of Earth’s bubbling underground. There are also plenty of waterfalls, hot springs, and scenic lookout points, so you will need a few days’ accommodation to take in as many of these as possible. This no-frills Turkish yurt near Yellowstone is located on the vast premises of the Common Grounds Farms in Cody, Wyoming. Cots and sleeping bags as well as fresh breakfast are provided, while restrooms, showers, and fire pits are communal.

Wyoming Dome with a Mountain View.
Powell, Wyoming, United States
55 reviews
Dome 10 Beds 8 Guests 1 Bedroom 0 Bathrooms

Accommodates: 8

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the beds were comfortable for a cot and the sleeping bags very warm
great coffee and pancakes and very local pork sausage for breakfast
we were made to feel welcome and comfortable
it was spacious enough for our big family and the homemade breakfast was amazing
even outhouse was clean and didn't smell
the yurt was clean and comfortable - warm sleeping bags and comfortable cots
rod and his wife were excellent hosts
they are lovely friendly people and well rounded conversationists
overall good hosts who accommodated where required
the owner is very very kind and invite us to the house to a wonderful breakfast
fun spot great hosts nice breakfast
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10. Caribou Yurt (from USD 98)

Besides its wondrous geothermal features, the other great draw of Yellowstone National Park is its abundant wildlife. However, it is difficult to catch sights of grizzly bears, bison, wolves, or elks as these animals tend to avoid human activities. Your best bet is to hike into the Hayden and Pelican Valleys north of Yellowstone Lake or the Gardner River Canyon near the town of Mammoth in the north. Bring binoculars or a spotting scope to view animals safely and to avoid disturbing them, as park rules state that it is illegal to willfully remain near or approach wildlife. This yurt accommodation in Pocatello is three hours away from Yellowstone, but has outstanding amenities like a big-screen TV with DVDs, a microwave, fresh breakfast, and even a trampoline near the picnic table and fire pit for your enjoyment. There are also hiking trails, hot springs, and skiing areas around the vicinity.

CARIBOU YURT- An Adventure Getaway
Pocatello, Idaho, United States
520 reviews Superhost
Yurt 2 Beds 5 Guests 1 Bedroom 0 Bathrooms

Accommodates: 5

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a fan is provided
great view cozy space had everything we needed
breakfast lasted until lunch because of the amount we received and love it everyone should experience this place
the caribou yurt most definitely does though the breakfast is home-cooked deliciousness delivered right to your front door
we had an opportunity to visit with cami and have an amazing breakfast with her
everything was clean and tidy
clean breakfast was amazing
the place was clean and inviting
it was a great experience clean and comfortable
the outhouse was super clean and did not smell at all
the host was so kind
we loved the friendly staff "yurt doggies "
yurt and owners were hospitable communicative and thoughtful
the hosts make sure to have everything fresh for you upon arrival
the hosts are conveniently helpful and available but more than willing to leave you to your peace also
perfect place to get away for a weekend
beautiful location and so much fun loved every second and will definitely be back
this beautiful secluded little yurt is a unique place to stay near pocatello
fun place to use binoculars or a telescope
adventurous people must stay here so many great things about this place
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11. Coyote Yurts (from USD 400)

Idaho, adjacent to Wyoming, is often dubbed as the Backyard of America, with plenty of fun outdoor possibilities amid its sparsely-populated lands. For instance, Sun Valley in central Idaho is a popular resort city with great skiing areas in winter and outdoor activities in the nearby Sawtooth National Recreation Area in the summer. They make for great companion trips to any Yellowstone National Park explorations, and this huge double yurt rental can accommodate over 16 guests. It sits on a promontory ridge in the mountains high above Sun Valley. It is ideally situated for travelers who enjoy hiking, mountain biking, and back-country skiing, and has a covered deck and a separate wood-fired sauna for great relaxation.

Coyote Yurts
Sun Valley, Idaho, United States
12 reviews
Yurt 16 Beds 16 Guests 2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms

Accommodates: 16

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the kitchen was well stocked with everything you need sleeping mats were comfortable and the swings were amazing
the yurts are very comfortable and the kitchen is well equipped
inside was clean and perfectly equipped for us to stay cozy and warm
sawtooth ranges was quiet and charming covered by dry fluffy snow
sun valley trekking was very responsive and provided lots of information
beautiful spot close to great hiking and biking trails
the yurts are a special place in the summertime
the coyote yurt is a great place to get away from everyone else
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12. Ridgeline Yurts

Although the Yellowstone National Park sits on a plateau at an average elevation of 8,000 feet (2,400 meters) above sea level, there are no skiing areas in the park during winter. For skiing enthusiasts, their next best options is to head to the northern or central regions of Idaho, where there are some great skiing options in the high mountains. One of them is the Lost Trail Powder Mountains, about 4.5 hours from Yellowstone, where there are as many as 50 ski trails to enjoy. This truly rugged yurt accommodation is accessible only via skiing down one of the trails to the location, and is outfitted with solar lighting, a camp style kitchen, bunk beds, and wood stoves for heat. And when you leave, you have to ski out onto a road that takes you back to the ski resort. For hardcore ski enthusiasts only.

Ridgeline Yurts
Sula, Montana, United States
Yurt 10 Beds 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom

13. Yurt amid mountain solitude

If, even after exploring Yellowstone, you still cannot get enough of the scenic beauty of this rural region of America, then head on to the Grand Teton National Park just south of Yellowstone. This park does not have Yellowstone’s geothermal marvels like geysers or mud pools, but makes up for it with stunning mountain vistas and shimmering alpine lakes. Best of all, your entrance fee to Yellowstone also provides entry to Grand Teton. Two for the price of one! This rustic and rugged yurt accommodation is near Montepelier in Idaho, about a two-hour drive from Grand Teton, and has six beds as well as a kitchen stove. The amenities may be basic, but there are beautiful vistas and solitude among the mountainous backdrop.

Mountain solitude, luxury of a yurt
45 reviews
Yurt 6 Beds 6 Guests

14. Sun and Moon

There are more than 10,000 examples of geothermal features in Yellowstone National Park, and over 300 of those are geysers. And no other geyser is more famous than Old Faithful, which will “faithfully” erupt gallons of hot water about once every 80 minutes. So predictable are its eruptions that, in the early days of the park, rangers used to put their laundry around the crater and wait for the eruptions to thoroughly wash their clothes. There are plenty of seats along the footpath around the geyser, so grab a refreshing drink, sit down and just wait for this geological marvel to happen. There are also several lodges near the geyser, but if the rooms are fully booked out, then you can choose this excellent yurt accommodation in the small community of Clark, northeast of the national park. Guests can enjoy homemade blueberry muffins with coffee or tea in the morning, a private bathroom with a shower and beauty products too. The outdoor deck overlooks the Bearthooth Front Range and spectacular sunsets, and there are even cute llamas on the premises.

Sun and Moon
Clark, Wyoming, United States
217 reviews
Private room in yurt 2 Beds 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
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absolutely wonderful experience comfortable accommodations delectable breakfast beautiful views and gracious hosts
the muffins for breakfast were as amazing as stated and the local coffee from cody was tasty too
the blueberry muffin breakfasts were absolutely delicious our 4 night stay was wonderful
george make a very delicious breakfast:)
the bathroom was exceptionally clean and fully stocked with quality bath products
every place is very clean
our stay was fantastic everything was very neat and clean
fantastic experience including hospitality cleanliness breakfast and local suggestions
the yurt is clean and large with a wood stove should you need more heat
nice hosts and lovely place
she is a wonderful host and very kind
the hosts are lovely people who went out of their way to make us feel welcomed
george and maureen were wonderful host
comfy and relaxing hospitality george and maureen we're the best hosts
the location is stunning
the location was perfect for doing both upper and lower loops at yellowstone
if we ever go back to wyoming for hiking i will definitely choose george's place'
this is a special place for nature- and animal-lovers
beautiful location in sight of the bear tooth mountains
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Wondrous patch of wilderness

You can spend weeks and still be unable to visit all the scenic spots within this national park. Such is its riches in geothermal features and natural beauty, and it is little wonder that early settlers in the region were so enamored by this wondrous patch of wilderness that they managed to persuade the American government to make this a permanent public park. It deserves to be taken in at a leisurely pace so that you can appreciate its many layers of awesomeness. While plenty of hotels give luxurious experiences, staying in one of the cabins and camper rentals will provide a whole new level of adventure. Better yet, choose to stay in one of these Yellowstone yurt rentals. They will let you enjoy glamping and park adventures in one. Book one of these yurts near Yellowstone National Park before you go.

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Han Keong is a former sports journalist in Singapore whose lifelong passions are travel and music.

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