Rustic Yurt Rental with Incredible Views near Zion National Park, UtahOrderville, Utah (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
This rustic yurt rental with incredible views near Zion National Park, Utah, can accommodate up to nine guests. May be able to accommodate up to eleven, please inquire. For a group of glampers looking for the ultimate Zion experience, this is the place to stay. There are four double beds and three single beds in the yurt.
Linens are optional. They can be provided for an extra fee, or guests can opt to bring their own for a discounted price. Guests must pack their own food and beverages, as well as not leave behind anything not consumed. There are two 5-gallon jugs of water inside the yurt for drinking and cooking. Plan on bringing more for consumption if needed.
There is no running water at the yurt, and the hosts provide a five-gallon Primo water jug per reservation. There is a flushing toilet and hot water for showers in the separate bathhouse. The water from the outdoor sink can be used for cooking if boiled. There is also no plumbing, electricity, outlets, generator, Internet, no satellite phone, or cell phone reception. Read More
- Board games
- Bunk beds
- Dining table
- Double bed
- Fire pit
- Kitchen equipment
- Non smoking
- Private bathroom
- Queen bed
- Tea kettle
- Twin/Single Bed
- Wood burning stove
The yurt is spacious enough to accommodate nine adults and is located on private property to ensure privacy and freedom to explore. A separate bathhouse is located in close proximity to the yurt with a flushing toilet, and hot water for washing and showers.
- BBQ grill
- Brick oven
- Deck or balcony
- Fire pit
- Patio furniture
Due to the off-the-grid location of the yurt, responses from the hosts may be delayed, and they apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. The best way to contact host is through email.
Location + Surroundings
Located just over three miles from the east boundary of Zion National Park, the yurt sits on the side of a mountain overlooking the entrance to the world-famous Zion Narrows Upper Trailhead, or Narrows Hike. The morning view from the deck allows one to see the lush valley where the trail begins, and the evening view provides an IMAX screen of the setting sun. Desert nights can be chilly, and summer days can be scorching hot, but the location is worth it.
Note: The road you will travel on to get to the yurt is dirt. During intense rainstorms, this road may be impassable. Please check local weather before your scheduled arrival and make plans accordingly. This may mean leaving a little earlier or later to miss the rain. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 15 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
Linens can be provided for a small fee of $10 per set for linens. This will include a fitted sheet, a top sheet, a comforter, as well as a pillow and pillow case. Towels will be included in price. For sets of four or more, an additional cleaning fee of $20 will be applied to cover the extra time of climbing up and down those top bunks! Read More
- Bird watching
- Cattle herding
This part of the country is home to many species of flora and fauna, making it an ideal spot for photographers. Some of the animals guests might spot include owls, bears, mountain lions, bobcats, deer, coyotes, turkeys, snakes, lizards, and many different types of birds.
Guests who book during the first part of June may have the opportunity to join the hosts on the trail as they herd their family's sheep to their summer destination.