It is no secret that summers in Seattle NorthCountry are unbeatable.
Circular domed tents similar to the Yurts at Kayak Point traditionally served as shelters for Mongolian nomads and were made of poles covered with felt or animal skins.
Today’s yurts in the Yurt Village at Kayak Point County Park have hardwood floors, electricity, screen windows, skylight, all enclosed in light-colored canvas with a locking door. The Yurt Village at Kayak is a perfect location for Families, Clubs, Companies, Scouts, Churches, and schools. A picnic shelter with power, water, counter space and tables fur yurt guests is also located in the Village.
Yurts are modern domed style tents, sixteen feet in diameter that can accommodate up to five campers. They are fully set up and include: electrical heaters and outlets, skylights, wood floors, interior lighting, windows with screens, lockable doors, and outside decks. Each Yurt comes furnished with a futon, bunk bed and coffee table.
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