Want to sleep among the trees without getting twigs in your hair? From glam to just-the-basics-ma'am, these yurts provide a more comfortable nature fix.
Nomad Ridge, Cumberland, Ohio
See giraffes, zebras, and rhinos on nearly 10,000 acres, and sleep under the skylight of a bamboo-floored yurt. From $325/night (includes tour), thewilds.org
Treebones Resort, Big Sur, California
Perched on an oceanside bluff are 16 yurts containing plush queen-size beds, sofas, gas fireplaces, and French doors. From $160/night, treebonesresort.com
Chiwana Village, Quincy, Washington
Made from local Douglas fir, each has a king-size bed, private bath with shower, outdoor seating area, and WiFi. From $175/night, sagecliffe.com/chiwana_village
Falls Brook Yurts, Minerva, New York
The three rustic yurts, which include stoves and propane heat, are an easy ramble down a pine-laced trail in the Adirondacks. $95/night, fallsbrookyurts.com
Hawaii Island Retreat, Kapaau, Hawaii
Tucked in an ironwood grove in the retreat's 50 coastal acres, yurt guests have access to the adjacent spa complex. $130/night (includes breakfast), hawaiiislandretreat.com
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