A yurt is a portable, circular dwelling made of a lattice of flexible poles and covered with upgraded vinyl. They are a sturdy, reliable type of tent. Yurts have been the primary style of home in Central Asia, particularly Mongolia, for thousands of years. Yurts take between 30 minutes and 3 hours to set up or take down, and usually house between five and 15 people. They are usually a little over 2 meters (6 feet) high, with a slightly domed top rising another meter. A wood-burning iron stove sits in the middle of a traditional yurt, with a long chimney reaching up past the roof. You can add a stove and furniture to your liking.

Our basic yurt offers a window and steel door. Of course you have two tone sturdy vinyl and Douglas fir beams. Check our pricing page for extras.

Give Bud a call he will get you started on the yurt that is best for you. We customize.

Bud 530-626-5158 no solicitation please. Good ideas welcomed.