Last Updated November 8, 2021 11/8/2021

13 Awesome Yurt Airbnbs in Oregon

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Staying in a yurt conjures up images of adventure, romance, and getting off the grid and back into nature. Oregon is an awesome place for all of these things, and fortunately, there are many rental yurts to choose from to stay for the night or even longer.

Here are some of the best yurt Airbnbs in Oregon to take your next Pacific Northwest travel experience to the next level.

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Otter Rock Surf Yurt, Otter Rock
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Otter Rock Surf Yurt - Otter Rock, Oregon

Otter Rock Surf Yurt, Otter Rock

This very highly rated Airbnb yurt sleeps four people and is pet-friendly. The yurt overlooks the Devil’s Punchbowl Beach and is a quick walk to Beverly Beach. Restaurants, a surf shop, winery, and coffee shop are close by too. With this yurt rental, you’ll have a full kitchen, bathroom with shower, Wi-Fi, TV, gas stove, and outdoor shower too. Bring your own bedding and extra blankets to use on the futons here. People love coming here to watch the whales, surf, and check out the tide pools on the Oregon Coast.

Yurt #1 with Private Hot Springs Soaking, La Grande
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A romantic spot to relax and unwind

Yurt #1 with Private Hot Springs Soaking, La Grande

When you’re traveling in Eastern Oregon, consider staying at this rustic yurt with hot spring access. This yurt has a queen-size bed to accommodate two guests. It also comes with a mini fridge, coffeemaker, end tables, and couch. It’s geothermally heated for the winter and has A/C for the summer. There’s no restroom in the yurt, so you’ll need to walk a minute away to the lodge for toilets and showers. Guests love the private patio with two soaking tubs, an outdoor shower, picnic table, firepit, and chairs. However, you can’t bring pets along to this yurt experience.

Sunset View Yurt of Applegate Valley, Grants Pass
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You'll enjoy being on a horse property with lots of space

Sunset View Yurt of Applegate Valley, Grants Pass

Four people can stay in this popular Airbnb yurt that also has a hot tub. It is a 24-foot yurt on a five-acre horse property. You’ll love the gorgeous views, being close to wineries, and comfy king-size bed and queen-size sofa bed. Your hosts provide continental breakfast in the yurt, which is also equipped with a small fridge, microwave, kettle, coffeemaker, dishes, utensils, and glassware. Head over to the small above-ground pool and use the propane grill in the yard too. This is a cannabis-friendly property, but smoking is only allowed outside of the yurt. Portable A/C units and heaters available to keep you comfortable during your stay.

The Hippie Shack Yurt, Days Creek
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This is really glamping at its best!

The Hippie Shack Yurt, Days Creek

This 24-foot yurt also comes with an attached tiny house for your glamping experience. It has an indoor bathroom and kitchen, as well as Wi-Fi, a private creekside firepit, and delicious breakfast items to start your day. The yurt allows well-behaved dogs and can accommodate four human guests in a queen-size bed and full-size futon. It’s a unique experience to be here on Pachamama Farm with its organic and humane farming practices. Farm tours are available via six-seat ATV buggy, and the Umpqua wineries are just 20 minutes away.

The Yurt on Eagleview, Gold Beach
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Sit back and soak up the scenery

The Yurt on Eagleview, Gold Beach

Couples enjoy staying at this yurt that offers amazing views of the Rogue River. It’s a quiet and peaceful place to stay for a getaway from city life. Wildlife sightings are common around here, while you’ll be just a four-minute drive from Gold Beach and the ocean beaches. This brand-new and fully furnished yurt comes equipped with a claw-foot bathtub, which is perfect after a long day of hiking. Sit outside and read a book on the deck, or drive up-river to go for a swim in the river. Amenities offered here include Wi-Fi, a kitchen, and TV. However, the yurt does not allow pets.

Wine Country Retreat at "The Yurt at Shady Oaks,” Salem
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Perfectly close to wine country and Salem

Wine Country Retreat at "The Yurt at Shady Oaks,” Salem

Experience the best of Oregon wine country with a stay at this yurt on 5.5 acres in the Eola Amity Hills AVA. The yurt is in a grove of oak trees and has a full kitchen, private bedroom, bathroom with shower, and large living area. You’ll be just minutes from downtown Salem here and stay comfortable with air conditioners, wall heaters, and a TV. However, internet service can be spotty here. Take some time to explore the property, and ask the host to set up the BBQ grill if you would like to cook out. This spacious yurt sleeps six people and allows well-behaved dogs.

Starlight Meadow Yurt, Eagle Point
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A modern and light-filled yurt space

Starlight Meadow Yurt, Eagle Point

For two people traveling in Oregon, this yurt is a fun option because it’s modern, light-filled, and has a spacious deck. It’s located on 20 acres of land at the end of a private road. There’s a seasonal creek that flows through the area and also a trampoline at the edge of the meadow. The trampoline is a wonderful place to gaze up at the stars on a clear night. This yurt is peaceful and secure to help you enjoy nature and recharge. From here, it’s 26 miles to the city of Ashland and 40 miles to Crater Lake. Book this yurt for a romantic trip, but know that children and pets are not allowed here.

Garden Home Backyard Yurt Experience, Portland
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See Portland in a whole new way

Garden Home Backyard Yurt Experience, Portland

When you’re in Portland, a unique way to stay in the city is to rent an Airbnb yurt, such as this one. It sleeps five people and is situated in a safe SW Portland neighborhood on a 1/3 acre. It’s six miles from downtown and has a hiking/biking trail a block away. The yurt has a kitchen, but the bathroom is in the home’s utility room that’s a short walk away from the yurt. It’s 24 feet in diameter and has a covered porch with a hammock. The backyard is also equipped with a trampoline, tree swing, and kids’ playhouse. The host provides lots of essentials inside, including towels, coffee, tea, bathroom toiletries, and a hair dryer. Pets are not allowed here.

Yurt Glamping on Historic Oregon Vineyard, Elkton
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It's easy to slow down the pace of life here

Yurt Glamping on Historic Oregon Vineyard, Elkton

Here’s a yurt that’s ideal for breathing in the fresh air and turning off technology. It’s a private space for up to four people and comes with a kitchenette, turntable with classic vinyl collection, and outdoor fire pit. Wine is available for purchase, and there are also board games and puzzles to play here. You can visit the vineyard’s tasting room during open hours or by appointment. There are sometimes events and gatherings held here, which you are welcome to join as a guest of this pet-friendly yurt.

Flying Frog Yurt, Gresham
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The views from here can't be beat

Flying Frog Yurt, Gresham

Stay in this 2,100-square-foot yurt, and you’ll have amazing views of Mt. Hood, Mt. Saint Helens, and the Cascade Mountain Range. It is uniquely decorated and 14 miles from the Portland airport. It’s a fun place to be while you explore this part of Oregon and fully equipped with a gourmet kitchen, two work-from-home areas, three dining areas, and a private deck with grill. Other features are a smart TV, surround sound, and luxury mattresses with bedding. This yurt does not allow pets.

Tranquil Glamping Yurt Near Eugene, Springfield
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Nature lovers simply adore it here

Tranquil Glamping Yurt Near Eugene, Springfield

Get away from the busy city life with a stay at this yurt that’s 15 minutes from Eugene and on a secluded homestead in the Hills Creek area. The Willamette River is three minutes away by car, and there are horses living on this property to add to the peaceful ambiance. The property that this pet-friendly yurt is on has a compost toilet run by solar power and an outdoor shower. Couples enjoy being in this tranquil space and appreciating all the hand-crafted details. Look up at the starry night skies and just relax!

Yurt Meadow Retreat, Portland
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An ideal place for social distancing

Yurt Meadow Retreat, Portland

When you plan a trip to Portland, you can stay in this yurt in a farm/forest setting and be just minutes from the SE Portland amenities. There are farm animals living onsite, and you can take a tour of the property if you like. The bathroom is a private outdoor bath house with a shower and composting toilet. There’s a “moonroof” in the yurt to see the stars and insulation to keep you cozy year-around. Pets are not allowed in this yurt.

Amico Roma Luxury Year-Around Yurt, McMinnville
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Romantic for your wine country getaway

Amico Roma Luxury Year-Around Yurt, McMinnville

For your next glamping trip, consider this all-season yurt that’s in Oregon’s wine country. It’s an off-the-grid yurt surrounded by vineyards and wildlife. You’ll be on a 30-acre wooded property and sleep on futons that fold out into comfortable full-size beds. For the bathroom, there’s a composting toilet for guests to use. Up to four people can stay here, but you should know that there is no cell phone service or internet at the yurt. Come here to truly disconnect and unwind. This yurt does not allow pets.

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