I stayed one night in a pet-friendly yurt (with no pet). It had a slight mildew odor, otherwise it was a 5 star stay for the money. This was due to the back end of the yurt facing thick trees and brush, which shaded the back of the yurt and prevent it dying out properly in the wet season. It also gave you a window that you could open without staring into someone else's camp site.
The floor was some kind of poured slab, obviously easier to clean than some of the non-pet yurt floors. The heater worked well, the yurt had standard lighting, bunks, futon and table with chairs. The mattress on the futon seemed nearly new, and I actually slept quite comfortably on it. The site had two picnic tables, one next to the fire pit and one on the elevated deck attached to the yurt. There were at least two wall sockets in the yurt to plug in your whatevers, one on each end of the yurt. First yurt I've stayed in with more than one place to plug in your stuff.I slept so soundly on the futon that I barely got checked out on time the next day.
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