• Camp Chef 3-burner cooking stove with propane.

  • Pots, pans, plates, bowls, mugs, cups, glasses, utensils, & cookware.

  • Paper towels, napkins, dishcloths, dish soap, cleaning spray.

  • Indoor 80-quart standing cooler to stash extra food, drinks & ice.

  • Mini Fridge.

  • 2 5-gallon Primo water jugs with a pump.

  • Seasonings: salt, pepper, olive oil, onion powder, crushed red pepper flakes, parsley, oregano, cinnamon, seasoning salt, meat tenderizer salt, cumin, basil.

  • Dark roast ground coffee, assortment of teas, French vanilla creamers, sweetener, sugar, 2 Melitta drip coffee makers, filters, French press, & stovetop coffee maker.

  • Pancake mix & syrup.

Bed & Bath

  • Five double-sized bunk beds with foam mattresses. One twin top bunk bed with twin pullout trundle.

  • Linens & towels (if needed.) Pillows & throws on all beds.

  • Wood burning stove inside the yurt with plenty of stocked firewood.

  • Battery operated lanterns & lighting inside the yurt.

  • Separate bathroom facility with a flushing toilet & sink with hot water.

  • Shower room with hot water, shampoo, conditioner, body wash.

  • Outdoor sink with hot, running water for washing dishes. 

  • Toilet paper, hand towels, basic first-aid kit.

  • 2 fire extinguishers.

Outdoor & Rec

  • 4-burner BBQ on deck with propane provided.

  • Matches & lighters.

  • 2 fire pits - one smaller in size, perfect for roasting or gathering & one larger fire ring for bonfires. There is plenty of firewood at the yurt - no need to buy any or bring any!

  • Horseshoe pit, giant Jenga & cornhole game. 

  • Books, cards, board games.

  • 6 Yoga mats.

  • Solar pathway lights.

  • Hammocks.


  • Food, beverages, snacks.

  • Extra drinking water.

  • Ice.

  • Personal toiletries.

  • Camera.

  • Sleeping bags, sheets, blankets (if applicable.)

  • Printout of directions and lock code.

  • A vehicle with high clearance is always a good thing, although most cars should be able to make it directly to the camps given dry conditions.


  • There is no plumbing or running water to or from the yurt. The toilet & shower are located in a separate facility close to the yurt (easy walking distance.) The sink for washing dishes is also located at this facility.

  • There is no electricity in the bathroom facility (only inside the yurt.)

  • There is no cell phone reception at the yurt, although I've been able to send messages with T-Mobile near our water tank. There is no internet and no satellite phone. (This is with the intent to be completely off the grid!)

  • The fireplace inside the yurt is a wood burning stove that does not plug in.

  • You will be in primitive country which means miles from help if needed. Please use caution & good judgment when at the yurt & enjoy the solitude!