Our Tipi was made by ColoradoYurt. A tipi traditionally is used primarily for a gathering space or "living room"; usually, people set up a tent to sleep in.
Abrams Creek is near many extraordinary recreational sites, but is also its own destination. You are never far from our wild, whitewater stream that runs through a majestic hemlock forest.
In some places, the stream is a constant source of energy and playfulness; in other places, it is peaceful and calming, inviting you to soak in its beauty. The forest offers a vast array of plants, and signs of wildlife are everywhere.
Showerhouse, porta-potties, and drinking-water stations are available around the property.
Interaction with guests
Guests are welcome to interact with hosts as they choose or be as private and secluded as they wish to be.
Other things to note
The tipi is intended to be used primarily as a gathering area, people sitting around a small interior fire. It does not have an ozane to catch rain from the open top or a floor or wall liner. It is sitting on the earth with a small stone surrounded fire pit in the middle. There is room outside of the tipi to put up a tent for sleeping arrangements. It is not recommended that you sleep in the tipi, especially with the fire pit in the center or potential for rain.
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Long-time social entrepreneur. Currently, I operate a retreat center in the WV mountains. I enjoy the natural world, new ideas, and creative uses of technology.