Looking for the coolest and best yurts in New Mexico? You’re in the right place! Yurts are an amazing way of experiencing glamping. Not only do you get the modern comforts of a house, but also get to connect with nature. And what better place to stay in a yurt than New Mexico?
Defined by rustic desert landscape and natural beauty, New Mexico is a perfect blend of culture and adventure and is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, nature lovers, and art connoisseurs. And when it comes to glamping, there is no dearth of amazing yurt rentals in New Mexico. From off-grid yurts to luxurious yurts, there is something for everyone. No matter whether you are a family with kids, a couple, or a group of friends, our comprehensive list of yurt rentals in New Mexico is surely your answer.
We want you to have a memorable experience in New Mexico which is why we have prepared a list of the 12 most amazing yurt rentals in New Mexico. Take your pick! Also, be sure to read my guide on Yurts in Colorado and Yurts in Utah for more nearby glamping stays!
The Yoga Yurt
Where: Bernalillo County, New Mexico
Price: $71+ per night
Perched on the meadow below the cliffs in the Tijeras Village Canyon, the property offers scenic views of the mountains, meadows, and the New Mexico sky. In the property, you will find a vineyard, an orchard (with fruits like apples, cherries, apricots, pears, plums, and more), a vegetable garden, the Redwood Yoga Deck, The Solar Array, a swing, Ping Pong, and a horseshoe pit.
The yurt is equipped with a king bed, an air-conditioning system and a fan, a wardrobe, and a table & chairs. Outside, there is a well-equipped outdoor kitchen with a freezer and a refrigerator. You can enjoy a wholesome breakfast on the porch outside while soaking in the views. The outdoor shower, located close to the yurt, is perfect for taking a bath while watching the coyotes in the mountains.
Light up a bonfire at the fire pit near the yurt, or enjoy stargazing & sunbathing in the secluded star chamber. Take a stroll to the Sunny Mellow Vineyard or practice yoga on the Redwood Yoga Deck. Hiking, biking, and skiing right from the door.
Cedar Crest is 7 minutes, Albuquerque is 8 minutes, and Edgewood is 10 minutes away. Sandia Peak is just a drive away.
Yurt Overlooking the Chama River
Where: Abiquiu, New Mexico
Price: $100+ per night
Overlooking the Chama River, the yurt sits below the enchanting Cerrito Blanco at 6,000 feet elevation in the beautiful Chama River Valley. With Central Asian decor and stunning woodwork details, the yurt serves as a perfect weekend getaway for couples or families looking to spend some quiet time.
The 24’ yurt features a well-equipped kitchenette, a dining area, a living area with a TV, a wood stove, and a skylight. For sleeping arrangements, the yurt features 1 queen bed, a day bed, and 1 full size couch. The bathroom is located on the deck, a few steps away from the yurt, and offers amazing views of the surroundings.
Explore the surrounding areas of Plaza Blanca, Ghost Ranch, Abiquiu Lake, and the Rio Chama. Sip coffee on the deck (an organic, medium roast coffee is provided), practice yoga, indulge in bird watching, or enjoy stargazing while taking in the beauty of the Chama River Valley.
Beautiful Yurt With Amazing Views
Where: Santa Fe County, New Mexico
Price: $92+ per night
Offering views of almost every mountain in northern New Mexico, the yurt is nestled on private property in a rural setting. You can take Llama walks at the property and meet them up close. Horses and other livestock graze on the meadows around the property.
The yurt is constructed with Kentucky yellow pine and has a lot of light coming in through 4 windows. It features a private bathroom with a shower and composting toilet, a fully equipped kitchen, a dining area, a desk, and a skylight with a fan. There are 2 Cordaroy sleepers, 1 queen-sized, and 2 singles that can be folded into a bean bag during the day.
There are many hiking trails and a park nearby. The property is a 20-minute drive from downtown and 15 minutes from Santa Fe Plaza.
Mountain Yurt For The Solo Traveler
Where: Arroyo Seco, New Mexico
Price: $51+ per night
Nestled in the pine trees bordering the national forest, this property is a beautiful retreat center with flower beds, gardens, and shaded decks. The yurt features a full-size bed, a well-furnished kitchen, a wood stove, and a living room. The bathhouse is a few meters away from the yurt, is fully furnished, and has radiant floor heat. The deck outside has a chair for immersing yourself in the surroundings.
Taos Ski Valley is 10 minutes away. There are amazing biking and hiking trails right from the door. In winter, one of the trails has a seasonal stream which is great for relaxing in peace. In summer, hummingbirds visit the flower beds and put up a show.
Where: Edgewood, New Mexico
Price: $135+ per night
Perched on a 30-acre private property, the yurt is part of a ranch in the mountains. The yurt features a queen bed, a well-furnished kitchen with a refrigerator, a private bathroom with a shower, a bar area, a fireplace, a work desk, and reading material. There is a skylight for gazing at the stars.
Bask in the sun and enjoy the view from the chairs on the deck outside. There is a fire pit and a BBQ for you to roast s’mores, sip a glass of wine, and unwind in nature. Walk around the well-marked hiking trails through the woods. Or say ‘Hello’ to the horses and feed them carrots & apples.
Albuquerque is 30 minutes away, while Santa Fe museums, art galleries, and skiing destinations are 90 minutes away.
Yurts at Hyde Memorial Park
Where: Santa Fe, New Mexico
Price: $80+ per night
If you have always dreamt of staying in the wilderness in an off-grid setting, this is your chance! Built at Hyde Memorial State Park near Santa Fe, these yurts are tucked in the Ponderosa Pine mountain forest.
The yurts feature 6 twin-size wooden sleeping platforms, a propane stove for heating during winter, 3 windows for ventilation during summer, and a skylight for gazing at the stars. Outside, there is a picnic bench, a fire ring, a ground grill, and a food safe. A pit-style restroom is a short walk away from the yurt.
There are 4.2 miles of hiking trails around the yurts. Activities like skiing, snowshoeing, sledding, and bird watching can be enjoyed at the park.
Yurts at Enchanted Forest
Where: Red River, New Mexico
Price: $85+ per night
An off-grid style yurt camping in New Mexico’s premier destination for Nordic skiing – Enchanted Forest. The area has 33 kms of ski trails, 15 kms of snowshoe trails, and 5 km of dog-friendly trails. There are many forest trails for hiking and biking.
The yurts are accessible only by hiking or biking and are semi-primitive. They feature comfortable beds and futon sofa beds (please bring your own sleeping bags), a dining table and chairs, a wood stove, a kitchen area, a propane lantern, and a Port-A-Potty. Water is arranged from melting snow or you can bring your own water.
Bask in the sun on the deck outside, or relax on the hammock. In winter, one gear pulk is provided with your yurt rental.
MoonFlower Rentals- Yurtastic
Where: Estancia, New Mexico
Price: $80+ per night
Come experience the Manzano wilderness! Sitting on a beautiful 22-acre property with an on-site labyrinth, this is a 26’ yurt with all modern comforts in the famous Manzano mountains. The yurt is functional in all four seasons and features 4 bunk beds, a fire stove, a kitchenette with a refrigerator, and a dining area. There is a separate bathroom/laundry house near the yurt. The outside features include a deck with seating, a fire pit, picnic benches, and a BBQ grill.
Fourth of July Campground is a few miles away. Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument is 20 minutes and Travertine Falls is 30 minutes from the property.
Spirit Yurt at Flying Trees
Where: Santa Fe, New Mexico
Price: $150+ per night
Located in the middle of 3200 acres of BLM conservation land, the yurt is off-grid and is powered by solar energy. Offering breathtaking views of the Cerro Pelon and the Ortiz Mountains, this property is a great place to gaze at the stars at night.
The 30’ yurt features a queen bed, a dining table, a living area, a well-equipped kitchen, and a full bathroom. The walls are insulated and the dome cover can be raised to let the breeze in. There are 7 windows for light to come through in abundance.
There are plenty of hiking trails around the property. The Turquoise trail is a few minutes away, Madrid is 15 minutes, and Santa Fe is 30 minutes from the property. Mesmerizing sunsets, sunrise, beautiful skies, and wildlife sightings can be enjoyed at the property.
Where: Dixon, New Mexico
Price: $82+ per night
If you are an environmentally conscious person, then this yurt rental in New Mexico is the best choice for you! With a determination to reduce the footprint on the environment, all natural cleaning and body care products are used in the yurt. The art that you see at the property is sourced locally.
The Colorado-style yurt borders the Embudo river in the community of Dixon known for its history, culture, and art. The yurt features a queen bed, a seating area with views of the mountains, a dining table for 2, a mini-refrigerator, and a wood stove. There is a fully equipped outdoor kitchen and a full bathroom in a separate building close to the yurt.
During the day, you can walk down to the Embudo river and relax in the rock pools built especially for the guests and build a campfire at the fire pit by night. There are 4 vineyards and a brewery close to the yurt. River rafting and many hiking trails can be enjoyed nearby.
Neff Mountain Yurt at Southwest Nordic Center
Where: Taos, New Mexico
Price: $80+ per night
Lying at the Northeastern flank of Neff Mountain at an elevation of 10,400 feet, the yurt offers excellent skiing opportunities from the yurt. Great backcountry bowls are within proximity. A 2.75-mile ski through the woods to the open meadow area of the yurt can be enjoyed. Extended snowshoeing/touring and telemark terrain is available from the yurts.
The yurt features a well-equipped kitchen, two bunk beds & 2 extra mattresses, an airtight wood stove, a glass window, 2 propane lanterns for lighting, a table & chairs, and some games for entertainment. There is an outhouse, and water is arranged by melting snow.
Middle Yurt Nestled in the Trees
Where: Arroyo Seco, New Mexico
Price: $49+ per night
Nestled in the trees bordering the national forest, the property has many hiking and biking trails right from the door. In summer, hummingbirds visit the flower beds on the property and are a delight to watch. In winter, one of the trails hosts a seasonal stream which offers a great spot for reconnecting with nature.
The yurt is fully-insulated and features a full-size bed, a fully-equipped kitchen, a wood stove, a living area with a home theater setup, and a work desk. The bathroom is shared and is located close to the yurt.
Taos ski valley and Taos Plaza are 20 minutes from the property. There are many winter hiking trails in the Wild River area.
Already booked a yurt rental from our list for your vacation in New Mexico? Amazing! You are bound to have an unforgettable experience. Sometimes unwinding and reconnecting with nature is all you need. Good luck!