Yurt Living

There's no better way to experience yurt living then to actually go and try it. But for those of us who don't have the free time and money the next best thing is videos.

So this page's purpose is to encompass what it's like to live the yurt lifestyle thanks to the contribution of others who share their life on video.

Some people choose to have all of the modern conveniences with them while others choose a more traditional lifestyle. For the most part, everyone who lives in one has a simple life.

First let's take a look at what a yurt might look like with lots of modern amenities like a kitchen and bathroom. This one was found at Umpqua Lighthouse State Park (Oregon).

This one sleeps 7 people and in 2009 was $45 per night in winter, and $66 in summer.

It's located near Reedsport Oregon. Call 1-800-452-5687.

Here is another great video with Pete Zimowsky. He takes you on a mountain trek in Idaho to a yurt with great views. This one is a little more "basic" then the previous, but still has everything you need.

And a wood burning stove that will keep you nice and warm. Here, I'll let Pete tell you all about it--after all, he actually experienced it!

This last video that I'm going to show you on this page is about a man and his yurt house in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Chris Kunst will tell you what it's like to live "in the round". The good and also the drawbacks. Here he is...