Rustic Yurt Rental on Spruce Mountain in Circleville, West Virginia
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This unique vacation spot also boasts shared facilities such as a library that doubles as the common area, a kitchen, and a dining room. There is a wood stove for heating, a rocking chair, a set of desks for reading or for those who want to bring in their laptops, there is wireless internet access available in the yurt. The kitchen is fully equipped with modern cooking appliances as well as the necessary cookware, utensils, and even basic cooking ingredients like oil and spices.
Outside, the yurt has a deck area with a gas grill and some seating space. Guests who love barbecues will love this spot as well as the nearby fire pit.
- Double bed
- Linens and pillows
- Sound system
- Cooking basics
Outside, the main yurt has a deck with seating and a gas grill for cookouts and barbecues. There is also a nearby fire pit that guests can use especially during cold nights.
Location + Surroundings
Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport is the closest major airport to the property, which is approximately two hours away by car.
- Winter sports
- Wildlife watching
The 400-acre property is nestled in the Monongahela National Forest and offers a serene mountain vacation for travelers seeking to reconnect with Mother Nature and enjoy the great outdoors. The yurt camp is close to Nelson Rocks, a premier destination for rock climbers and adrenaline junkies. Apart from scaling majestic rock walls and formations, there is a hanging bridge that offers a stunning view of the Spruce Mountain and North Fork Valley. There are also 12 zip lines here that guests can try for epic fun. In addition, West Virginia has over 5,000 caves worth exploring, many of which can be found in this area.
Check-in: 4:00 p.m.
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
No Infants allowed Under 2 years old
No Children allowed 2-12 years old