It you look on this thread, someone posted the url info. It is $140 a night plus tax. It is run by Utah.
That was me. I researched it. The author was not very helpful, stating he posted it somewhere, sometime. I guess you need to follow his every post and not miss the specific one he gives certain info. Lots of info if you Google.
My wife is not a camper, but when she saw the location of the yurts that the Utah state parks have for rent near Dead Horse Point, she was sold. There is an extended wait time because there are very few yurts to rent.
Why do this? These yurts are in the middle of a dark sky area. At night there is no intrusive light. The stars usually are crystal clear. Our visit, however, was in the middle of the smoke. The Milky Way was large and overhead, but not as sharp as usual.
There is no water and your bring your own bedding. The rest rooms, with running water and flush toilets, were a short walk away.
The true test - she wants to go back.
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That yurt is located in a vey scenic location. Sleeping in a yurt is not camping! Thanx for sharing.