Yurt Rental

Photo of Yurt in the snow


We received a record number of reservation requests, and we’re full for the season! Please check back in with us in October 2023.


A yurt is a canvas and wood hut designed to protect campers from the elements, complete with a wood stove to keep you warm at night. Our yurt is located in the backcountry of Lassen National Forest near Butte Meadows, with access to great outdoor recreation.

Frequently Asked Questions

No, you will need to bring sleeping bags and pads.

6 – 7 people depending on their size.

Colby Creek is just a few hundred yards from the yurt. You will need to boil or chemically treat this water.

A wood-burning stove and firewood, 2-burner propane stove (propane not provided), lighters and matches, cooking pots, pans and utensils, table, chairs, cleaning supplies, and a pit toilet.

Food, sleeping bags and pads, small propane tanks (example), personal clothing, headlamps, fire starting materials (newspaper, small starter logs, or kindling).

Nothing! Please follow Leave No Trace ethics at the yurt. Do not leave propane canisters, food, or anything at the yurt. Leave it better than you found it!

Near Butte Meadows, along Colby Creek in Lassen National Forest. Here is a link to the location in Google Maps.

It is a 1.3 mile hike, ski, or snowshoe to reach the yurt.

Yes, ONLY if they are well behaved and their owners clean up after them. All dog waste should be packed out. Outside of the yurt, users should follow Lassen National Forest’s regulations.

$50 per night for CSU, Chico students and $75 per night for all others.

Payment is required to reserve your dates. This can be done by following the steps at the top of this page.

We do not offer refunds. If there is extremely bad weather, we may let you move your reserved date(s) to another date that is available.