The price is right! From around $27 to $39 per night, Oregon State Parks have yurts and cabins available to rent at some of the most scenic areas in the state, from Beverly Beach State Park at the coast to Champoeg in the Willamette Valley.

An alternative to traditional camp tents, yurts are wood and canvas dwellings that offer a mix of amenities. Some are pretty deluxe with beds and bathrooms, while others are more rustic, offering just cots and a roof over your head. The good news is they’re all set up, just waiting for you and your family to arrive and make it home for a weekend.

Oregon State Park’s affordable one- and two-bedroom cabins are another way to get back to nature without pitching a tent. Some include full bathrooms, beds, air conditioning and heat, electricity and more; while others are more rustic, with less space and fewer amenities (no gas grills here).

Sound fun? Read about our own Linea’s yurt camping experience or book a yurt or cabin today!

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  1. Gregory Chute says…

    I am looking for information on yurts. I have not found a suitable site that gives methe pictures or information I am looking for. I live in the lakesregon of Maine and I am thinking of opening a campground with yurts as the main focus. Does anyone have a site or some information they could give me?

    Written on March 27th, 2009 / Flag this Comment
  2. Kathleen says…

    Gregory, the Pacific Yurts site has many pix of different sizes and styles:
    http://www.yurts.com/gallery/photo-gallery.aspx

    In Massachusetts, Nickerson and Crowell State Parks on the Cape have yurts, and Otter River state park in Baldwinville has a lovely yurt compound you could visit for a first hand look; there are 4 yurts there:
    http://www.mass.gov/dcr/parks/central/ottr.htm

    In the Berkshires, October Mountain park also has yurts:http://www.mass.gov/dcr/news/pdf/pr6-22-07.pdf
    http://www.mass.gov/dcr/news/pdf/pr6-22-07.pdf

    hope this helps with your decision!
    Kathleen

    Written on March 28th, 2009 / Flag this Comment
  3. Lisa says…

    My family and I have stayed at Harris Beach (Brooking, Oregon) and it was great. Clean Yurts and beautiful sunsets…the Ranger talk was really enjoyable for the kids too.

    Written on April 7th, 2009 / Flag this Comment
  4. Jeanette says…

    Why don’t the maps print? I tried twice to print out the Stub Stewart map, after selecting the scale I wanted and all that printed was text – no map…Is this Mapquest, or whose?

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