As campgrounds prepare to wrap up the summer season and close for the winter, families looking to squeeze in last-minute camping plans still have a chance to connect with nature and experience a different type of stay – in a yurt.
Vrbo developed a list of yurts available to families interested in a glamping experience. Here are a few popular yurt properties located in Texas that are available on Vrbo:
> Bastrop, TX: The luxurious Copper Lily yurt is equipped with a dome skylight and a lodgepole pine ceiling that provides a better connection to nature. The private bathroom is filled with natural light and features a walk-in shower with teak flooring. Guests will also have the chance to relax in the hot tub, roast Smores at the firepit or take a stroll through the Lost Pines of Central Texas! The average rate starts at $257 per night.
> Grapevine, TX: Located in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, this Texas based property showcases the natural scenery of small towns. During a stay at the Lake Grapevine yurt, guests will be able to reconnect and immerse themselves in nature while enjoying a roast on the outdoor firepit. The average rate starts at $158 per night.
> Weatherford, TX: This luxurious yurt, Sundancer, rests on a 300-acre cattle ranch that overlooks Comanche Creek and features a personal waterfall. Travelers also have access to an outdoor firepit, wood-fired Japanese soaking tub, and a private cabana (for an extra fee). Families can even visit the barnyard and collect fresh farm eggs! The average rate starts at $216 per night.
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