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Yurt Planning

Picking Up and Transporting Your Pacific Yurt

You’ve decided to embark on your yurt journey and purchase a Pacific Yurt. Congratulations! Before you can start building your yurt and customizing it, you’ll need to decide whether you’ll be shipping or picking up your new yurt.  How to Ship Your Pacific Yurt We’ll be happy to provide a shipping estimate to your location […]

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bedroom inside of modern pacific yurt.
Yurts in the News

Customer Spotlight: Williamsburg Campground

Situated on 80 beautifully wooded acres in historic Williamsburg, Virginia, Williamsburg Campground has been owned and operated by the Fout family for the past 50 years. Williamsburg Campground has campsites to fit every guest’s preference, including rustic tent sites, Deluxe Patio RV sites, yurts, and cabins. Yurt Glamping at Williamsburg Campground Appealing to guests who […]

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Yurts connected by a walking bridge on the edge of an island and a boat dock at Orca Island.
Customer Stories

Customer Spotlight: Orca Island Cabins

When Dennis and Susan Swiderski acquired three acres of property on the iconic Orca Island’s shoreline, the last thing they expected to do was start an exciting vacation destination like Orca Island Cabins. Between a career in law and the growth of their family, their interest in ecotourism was sparked by their passion for Alaska’s […]

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Maggie Valley Yurts.
Customer Stories

Customer Spotlight: Maggie Valley Yurts

Nestled in Maggie Valley, North Carolina surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains, Maggie Valley Cabin Rentals is a glamping destination that has welcomed well over 10,000 guests throughout the years to stay in its tiny log cabins and yurts.  Small Accommodations, Maximum Comfort Established in 2005, Maggie Valley Rentals was opened by Jamie and Lisa […]

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