Unique Mountain Yurt Camping near Craters of the Moon National Monument in Idaho
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- Pets allowed
In the kitchen yurt, glampers will find basic kitchen features, including a prep station and a propane stove, in addition to a workspace area and a dining table with chairs. There is no power nor plumbing in the yurts, and the bathroom facilities are separate. Please note that the toilet in the bathroom requires that guests pour water down it in order to "flush." Guests will get water from the hand-pumped well on-site, and there is a generator in the shed on the property, in case power is needed.
It is recommended that guests plan their meals in advance, i.e., buy groceries before arriving at the site, as the town of Arco does not offer many restaurants.
If the guest cancels 7 days or more prior to check in.
- Game room
- Dining table
- Linens and pillows
- Twin/Single bed
- Cooking basics
Location + Surroundings
- Wildlife watching
While staying in Arco, guests will have no shortage of outdoor adventures and activities, thanks to the property's ranch, Champagne Creek, and on-site trails, in addition to the proximity of the Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve, the Pioneer Mountains, and more. The Sawtooth National Forest is also located nearby. For big city fun, glampers can travel an hour to Idaho Falls, where they'll find everything from museums, a zoo, Japanese gardens, and art centers to more hiking trails and nature experiences in the aforementioned Snake River Greenbelt area.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Fires are not permitted at this property unless otherwise approved by the host under safe weather conditions. Additionally, there is no smoking allowed inside or outside of the yurts.
The hosts ask that guests treat the yurts, surrounding property, and ranch livestock with respect and care. Gates should always be left as guests have found them.
Pets are allowed at this property, but they must always be on a leash. The hosts have many recommendations for exciting walking trails away from the livestock, for those who want to give their dogs a little bit of exercise.