Incredible Mountain Yurt with Wood-Burning Stove near Arches National Park, Utah
- New accommodation
Guests can enjoy their meals at a dining table for eight amongst the propane kitchen lights or the provided LED lanterns. There is also a wood-burning stove with provided wood, matches, and fire-starters. Cleaning supplies and a first aid kit are provided. Games and books are provided for guests to enjoy. Outside, there is an outhouse with a toilet system and toilet paper. There are also hiking trails that start on the property and plenty nearby as well.
- Bunk bed
- Cooking basics
From June to October, guests will be provided with two gallons of water daily that can be used for drinking, cooking, and cleaning. From November to May, guests will be provided with large pots and purifying tablets to collect and melt snow for drinking, cooking, and cleaning. Guests are also supplied with a wood-burning stove, wood, fire-starter, and matches, as well as two fire extinguishers, a carbon monoxide detector, and extra batteries.
A splitting maul, hatchet, snow shovels, cleaning supplies, first aid kit, and carts from June to October to carry gear are supplied. There is also an outhouse for guests to use that is already equipped with toilet paper, and guests will enjoy the provided library of books, regional maps, and games.
Location + Surroundings
- Wildlife watching
While staying in Moab, guests should be sure to visit the Arches National Park where it sits only a ten-minute drive north of the property. This National Park is home to some incredible and delicate rock formations that draw large crowds of admirers every year. Another nearby national park is the Canyonlands National Park, which boasts the Colorado River and Island in the Sky. The Museum of Moab has an impressive range of exhibits that guests may enjoy. The city of Provo is the third-largest city in the state and has the Provo Pioneer Museum and the Bingham-Young University Museum with a more modern venue and incredible art. There is also the BYU Museum or Archaeology and the Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum.
Two dogs are permitted on site for an extra fee, however, they should not be left unattended.
This yurt is only available in the summer.