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Tipis, yurts, or wigwams: Campsites and Holiday Parks

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Tipis, yurts and wigwams: the ace accommodation taking your camping trips to the next level

If you’re thinking about taking a trip with a twist, a hol in a yurt or wigwam is a mighty fine choice. These sorts of spaces have risen in popularity over the last decade – so much so that even Glastonbury Festival’s gotten in on the action by dedicating a full field to luxurious tipis.

With that in mind, we’ve put together a collection of yurts and wigwams for you to browse. Peruse the selection of canvas accommodation across the planet and you’re sure to be flinging open the flap of a rented tent before getting cosy in the countryside in no time… 

Why pick a park with a tipi, yurt or wigwam?

Visiting a campsite with tipis, yurts and wigwams already installed in the grounds means you won’t have to tote your own tent with you. At these parks, the accommodation is ready for you to move straight into, lightening your load when packing (and reducing any need to brush up on those tent-building skills).

Choosing to stay in a tipi, yurt or wigwam will also give your hol a taste of the exotic – whether you’re camping in Cornwall or travelling around Tuscany – as these sorts of canvas constructions are inspired by homes traditionally found in Central Asia and North America.

Another big bonus of bedding down in a tipi, yurt or wigwam? Extras like linens, towels and welcome hampers stuffed with food are often part and parcel of the experience, taking the headache out of your hol even more.  

Then there’s the fact that these structures tend to be more spacious than your average pack-away tent, meaning more room for families and groups to gather together under one (canvas) roof.

How to pick the park that’s right for you

With yurts, wigwams and tipis trending, plenty of parks with these types of tents have cropped up. If you’re seeking seclusion, look out for options amid wildlife havens with views across vast meadows and thick forests home to woodland creatures like deer and foxes.

Spotting animals is pretty much guaranteed with a stay to a working farm – visitors to these sorts of sites will settle in next to fields full of fauna, from cows and sheep to llamas and alpacas.

If you’re the type of person who can’t stop moving, browse parks in destinations that offer a range of activities – think archery, canoeing and gorge walking – or wander over to a woodland haven for as many jogs amid the trees as you can muster. And when you really want to pick up the pace? Bag a space at a rent-a-tent park with an F1 racing track to zoom around.

Beach breaks in a tipi, wigwam or yurt are also within reach as several sites are set by the seaside. Choose to chill out near hidden coves accessible on private paths or camp next to sweeping stretches of sand with access to watersports schools providing lessons for all types of skill levels.

Keen on cooking alfresco? Keep an eye out for yurts, wigwams or tipis with firepits and barbecues provided; woodfired ovens are also available at a few spots if you fancy getting a homecooked pizza or two on the go. Certain sites also have shops selling locally sourced goods, helping you to minimise those food miles.

If it’s lashings of luxury you’re after, a yurt with a private hot tub has to be the most refined way to spend a hol. 

Where can you take a trip in a tipi, yurt or wigwam?

The trend for camping under canvas has spread across the globe. If you’re based in the UK and want to stay local, there are tipis in England, yurts in Wales and wigwams in Scotland to select from, as well as spots just over the sea in the Republic of Ireland

For a better chance of good weather, continental countries like France, Italy and Spain get more sunshine days across the year than others in Europe, while jaunts to Germany are a first-rate choice if you're hot on history. 

Some of our most popular destinations include coastal parks in Cornwall and riverside bases in Burgundy; the lush landscapes of the Lake District and seaside sites in Valencia are also on the list.

If you’re looking for a place to stay close to where you are right now, check out our ‘yurts near me’ function by adding the name of the destination you’re in to our search bar on the left-hand side of this page.

Should you go for a tipi, yurt or wigwam?

This mostly comes down to preference, but there are a few things to keep in mind when selecting your accommodation. 

Planning wigwam holidays? These tent types tend to be top for couples as they’re usually smaller than yurts. Some are also built from sturdy materials like wood – a snugger choice if you’re travelling outside of the warmer months. 

Yurt tents are typically spacious structures with high ceilings, so they’re fab for families and larger groups (as well as folk who don’t want to spend a hol in crouching position... ). They often have skylights too, meaning staring up at the stars from under your duvet will become your regular nightly entertainment… 

Don’t mind what type of canvas accommodation you’re given? Browse our rent a tent options for more choices.