Last Updated November 17, 2021 11/17/2021

12 Best Yurt Airbnbs in Colorado

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Colorado is one of the best places in the U.S. to have a nature-themed adventure and enjoy a wilderness adventure all your own. Glamping is popular throughout the state as a way to life an outdoorsy lifestyle without sacrificing all of the comforts of home. To inspire you, here are the best yurt Airbnbs available to rent in Colorado!

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Unaweep Yurt at Thimble Rock, Gateway
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A large pre-fab yurt for your stay

Unaweep Yurt at Thimble Rock, Gateway

With this yurt rental for up to six people, you can enjoy all the comforts of home during any time of the year. It’s located in the Unaweep Canyon and surrounded by steep granite walls. You’ll be close to the Gateway Canyons Resort when you stay here and enjoy 760 square feet of space all to yourself. The yurt has a full bathroom with hot running water, a modest kitchen with the essentials provided, and a wooden dining table and chairs. Popular things to do when you stay in this part of Colorado include hiking, horseback riding, rock climbing, and wildlife viewing. You can bring up to two pets along to this yurt, and a pet fee will be charged.

Manitou Springs Yurt, Manitou Springs
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A well-decorated and festive space

Manitou Springs Yurt, Manitou Springs

Guests rate this Colorado Airbnb very highly because of it’s romantic vibe and excellent home-base location. It’s perfect for two people and comes with a king-size bed, full kitchen, and spa-like bathroom with a soaking tub and shower. You’ll be just 10 minutes from Colorado Springs by car when you stay here and also have shops and restaurants within walking distance. The hosts thoroughly clean and sanitize this yurt between guest stays. Other amenities provided include Wi-Fi, a TV, and laundry machines. However, this yurt is not suitable for kids or pets.

Mongolian Mountain Yurt, Ward
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An authentic and unique overnight experience

Mongolian Mountain Yurt, Ward

How cool would it be to stay in an authentic Mongolian yurt at 9,200 feet elevation for your getaway? You can do exactly that in Colorado when you stay at this Airbnb that’s 19 feet in diameter and sleeps up to four people. There’s 280 square feet of space for your glamping trip. The yurt is located a short drive west of Boulder. Features of the yurt include a two-burner camp-style stove, outdoor propane grill, battery-powered lanterns, running water, and a stocked kitchenette. Wi-Fi is only available closet to the owners’ property but not at the yurt. Guests use the rustic outhouse nearby. Stay here when you want to explore Indian Peaks Wilderness, Brainard Lake Recreation Area, Estes Park, and Rocky Mountain National Park.

Yurts at Poncha Pass - The Iris, Villa Grove
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Enjoy the surrounding natural beauty during your stay

Yurts at Poncha Pass - The Iris, Villa Grove

Another option is to stay at this yurt at Poncha Pass by yourself or with one other person. There are several yurts available to rent at this same property that all have queen-size beds, toilets, hot showers, kitchens, and living space. Dogs are allowed here with a $30 cleaning fee. The yurt is a great way to explore the great outdoors and relax in a unique way.

Off-the-Grid Juniper Yurt, Basalt
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Solar-powered on the mountainside

Off-the-Grid Juniper Yurt, Basalt

Here’s an Airbnb rental that’s a solar-powered yurt on the mountainside with incredible views of some of the tallest mountains. It’s a private space that’s two miles from Basalt and 24 feet in diameter. There is a queen-size bed and sleeper sofa to accommodate four people in 452 square feet of space. The yurt has a small kitchen, while a dry composting toilet is 30 feet away for guests. There is solar-powered electricity and gravity-fed spring running water. You’ll need a 4WD/AWD vehicle to access this remote spot. There are several dogs that live on the property, and guest pets are allowed too for a $20 fee per pet.

Eagle Nest Yurt, Creede
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Amazing views from high up in the mountains

Eagle Nest Yurt, Creede

The Eagle Nest Yurt sits at 10,600 feet elevation in the San Juan Mountains and is also perched on a 1,100-foot drop-off. It has a composting toilet and closes for the winter, as snowstorms can close the road to the yurts on the property. Fall is a popular time of year to stay to see the colorful foliage. Up to six people can stay here with a queen-size bed, full-size twin bunk beds, and two cots. Yurt features include a large deck, wall heater, propane oven/range, full fridge/freezer, and a detached bathroom. You can bring your dog to stay with you in the yurt.

Comfortable Yurt Near Rocky Mountain National Park, Drake
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An eco-friendly space to get off the grid

Comfortable Yurt Near Rocky Mountain National Park, Drake

Rocky Mountain National Park is just 18 miles from this yurt, while Estes Park and the Monastery Rock Climbing Area are even closer. It’s an eco-friendly yurt on a five-acre property that is off the grid. There is no cell service, electricity, running water, fridge, or flush toilet. However, there is a composting toilet and outside solar shower located near the yurt. Meanwhile, there is a kitchen in another outbuilding, as well as a cabin onsite where the owners live part-time. Pets are allowed to stay here.

Fort Collins Staycation, Yurt Off-Grid Living, Fort Collins
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A private setting for your rustic adventure

Fort Collins Staycation, Yurt Off-Grid Living, Fort Collins

Guests love this yurt next to an earthship home on 35.5 acres of land with amazing views. From this yurt you and your travel companion can walk to a private lake and enjoy country living. This is an off-grid yurt, which means no power and just an outhouse. There is a shower in the main house if you need it. The yurt has a kitchenette, portable charger, ice cooler, and BBQ grill on the porch. The Mongolian wood stove inside will keep you warm in the winter. The hosts let guests use two paddleboards, two kayaks, and the outdoor fire pit with firewood too. Pets are not allowed in the yurt.

River Walk Yurt, Hotchkiss
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An awesome way to experience Western Colorado

River Walk Yurt, Hotchkiss

You’ll be between the mountains and desert in Western Colorado when you stay at this yurt with a wrap-around deck. It’s far from neighbors and has a kitchen, shower, hot tub, queen-size bed, piano, dining table, and sitting area. This is a 700-square-foot yurt with a 14-foot skylight. The River Walk Yurt is on a 40-acre farm where you’ll have a nice space overlooking the river. There are some rustic camping options further down this property. The hosts allow you to bring pets to the yurt.

Stunning Yurt Property, Creede
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Your very own epic yurt experience awaits!

Stunning Yurt Property, Creede

On the same property as the Eagle Nest Yurt, you’ll find the Stunning Yurt Property Airbnb. It’s a 24-foot yurt in a secluded area for maximum privacy. You can bring your dog here in the warmer months, but not in the winter due to guests needing to melt snow for drinking water. Book this yurt for a wilderness experience in the mountains and prepare for camping. The yurt is five miles from town but off the grid and without power, running water, internet, or cell service. In winter, the yurt is only available on weekends and may require hiking though deep snow for 1.5 miles. To accommodate four guests, there is a queen-size bed and bunk beds. Go to the attached 12-foot yurt for the composting toilet and shower stall.

Red Canyon Yurt, Cañon City
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Bright and festive for your glamping trip

Red Canyon Yurt, Cañon City

The Red Canyon Yurt is 20 feet in diameter and has an upper-level loft. The yurt overlooks the Arkansas River and sleeps four people in two queen-size beds. With your Airbnb rental, you’ll have an outdoor kitchen, cooler, and showers and toilets in the main building about 100 yards away. Book this yurt for riverfront access if you want to go kayaking, rafting, or fishing. Pets are not allowed here.

Mountaintop Green Yurt in SW Colorado inside SJNF, Mancos
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Tuck yourself away in the forest

Mountaintop Green Yurt in SW Colorado inside SJNF, Mancos

This Southwest Colorado yurt is very highly rated on Airbnb and one of two yurts on the property. This yurt is 24-feet in diameter and has a clear dome top to see the stars. There is a separate bathhouse for guests to use with toilets and showers. You’ll be located on the 160-acre Double R Ranch, which sits at 9,600 feet elevation with great views and lots of wildlife around. There is a grill on the platform but no kitchen otherwise.

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