Yurt Camping in South Park, Colorado

Looking for something different and out of the ordinary for your vacation?  Do you really want to get away from it all and disconnect? Come to Kurt’s Yurt and find out how magical exploring Colorado’s High Country can be!

Located at the headwaters of Four Mile Creek, in the shadow of 14,035′ Mount Sherman and 13,898′ Horseshoe Mountain and nestled in the trees just below timberline, Kurt’s Yurt is your base camp for a Colorado High Country adventure.  Just outside the door are endless outdoor recreation possibilities.

Kurt’s Yurt is equipped with all the amenities to make your Yurt Camping Trip comfortable.  Bunk beds and cots, propane stove and refrigerator, wood stove, composting toilet, outdoor fireplace… all we need to add is YOU!  Come join us!  Make your reservation now!

Special thanks to Tom Lewis of TGLewis Productions for putting this video together with me!

Why Kurt’s Yurt?

I love it there, and am proud to be able to share this little piece of heaven with you. It is stunningly beautiful and thankfully peaceful. Sorry, no cell service or internet, you’ll just have to play cards and talk with your friends, or just listen to the wind rustle the trees outside and Four Mile Creek flow past the yurt below. It’s a yurt, so don’t expect chocolates on your pillows. What you can expect is the most amazing time away from all the hustle bustle, surrounded by heaven. Read More >>>

Fun Things to Do

Besides sitting on the deck, with a fire in the outside fireplace and a beer in your hand watching the sun set on Mt. Sherman, there’s lot’s of awesome things to do in South Park, Colorado. Right outside the door are Hiking Trails, Back Country Skiing, Mountain Biking… and a whole lot of quiet, pristine mountain terrain. Read More >>>

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Reserve NOW!

What are you waiting for?  The mountains are calling and Kurt’s Yurt is your base camp for a magical vacation.  Contact Us Now to book your stay. Contact Us >>>

Winter Booking

The road to the yurt will be snowed over anywhere from 2 to 7 miles away from the yurt usually starting in November and lasting until May.  You will not be able to drive all the way.  The county plows the road, but stops short of the yurt’s location.  Please expect either snowshoeing or skiing in for the last couple miles with provisions, which, at 12,000 ft in elevation, will require significant effort.  I do plan on opening the yurt this winter, as the bowl above the yurt is amazing for backcountry skiing and exploring on shoes. Questions?  Contact Us!