For Mongolian herdsmen on the grassland steppes of central Asia, yurts have been the primary shelter for centuries. Once deemed exotic and virtually unknown in the United States, today yurt-living continues to grow in popularity for people seeking an eco-friendly structure that provides comfort, durability, and a light footprint. With a circular design and spacious interior, the yurt encourages both socialization and quiet contemplation.
A short walk to the bathhouse, there are 7 yurts for Farm Camp campers, each sleeping 8 kids and 2 counselors. There is an additional yurt for staff. Please note: the yurts do not have power, they are very basic lodging perfect for getting back to nature. Don’t forget your headlamps!