The yurt is removed from the state park campground and very private. It’s about 2/3 rds of the way up Halibut Lagoon on the right. There is a small prominent rock and it’s about 100 feet up the bank. There is no beach; at low tide you can see that it is a small cove.
The yurt has 4 bunks that can sleep 2 friends. There are 4 inch foam mattresses and a wood stove. There is an outhouse and a pulley for food storage provided. There is basic safety equipment and an ax and a saw. There is a 1 burner propane stove. Bring propane, the small 1 lb bottles.
4 to 8 people
Located in Halibut Lagoon about 2/3 rds the way up the lagoon on the right. No walking trail in or out, ideal for kayaking.
The yurt is on the west side of the cove. The terrain is steep and there is no beach. There is a fire
Access is by water only.
The yurt is located on steep surface under tall forest. There is no water. Bring water. The site is only accessible by water there are no walking trails.
Season of Use
May through October.
Alaskan Yurt Rentals as permitted by the Alaska State Park system.
What To Bring
Bring WATER as there is no water available. Bring your own cooking utensils, sleeping bags, cooking stove, lantern, pots, pans, plates, utensils, food, garbage bags, and fire starter. There is wood around but it can be very wet and it makes sense to bring dry kindling and paper from town.
May-Oct: $75 per night plus tax.