Future Generations University Yurt Rental

Franklin, WV

Stay in a rustic yurt nestled in the Allegheny Mountains and overlooking stunning Germany Valley. Located near any local outdoor recreational attractions: Spruce Knob, Nelson Rocks, Seneca Rocks, and Seneca Caverns to name a few. Located 15 minutes from the township of Franklin with a rich history and culture, known especially for its many Victorian style houses.

This structure is a semi-permanent residential yurt. It is designed to be highly energy-efficient and is insulated with SIP panels to keep it toasty in colder months. Space heaters, cookware, and utensils are provided. The building (sleeps 4) consists of 1 bedroom with a queen-size bed, bathroom with a standing shower, kitchen area, and sitting area with a double size foldout futon. You will need to provide your own linens.

The yurt is located on the grounds of Future Generations University global campus. During the week (M-F), the university office will be open and the hosts are happy to help with directions, recommendations, and any other needs. Hosts will be available on weekends only by email.

Trip Inspiration

Almost Heaven After Dark

As the glowing autumn moon shines down on West Virginia, the state comes alive with activities—both spooky and mystical alike. Whether yo...

Read More

Fall Foliage Road Trip: W.Va. Routes 15 East and 20 North

Waterfalls Views & Serene Waterways This week in Almost Heaven, more and more color is creeping across the state. While some spo...

Read More

5 Reasons To Visit Grandview This Fall

While the nation’s newest national park is full of eye-catching views, the Grandview area is at the top of our list. With its own visito...

Read More

Fall Foliage Road Trip: Midland Trail & Country Route 11

Iconic Views & Breathtaking Overlooks This week in Almost Heaven, we are beginning to see vibrant color spread across the state....

Read More

Road Trips from Columbus – Mid-Ohio Valley

The Mid-Ohio Valley Region, known for its tourism, agriculture and manufacturing industries, is a charming place full of adventure and ric...

Read More

Road Trips from Virginia: New River/Greenbrier Valley

The New River/Greenbrier Valley Region is a beautiful, scenic area where upscale luxury meets small-town charm. With ample rock-climbing, ...

Read More

Road Trips on I-77: Mountain Lakes

The Mountain Lakes Region of West Virginia, while being the portion of the state with the smallest population, is in no shortage of beauti...

Read More

Road Trips from Pittsburg: Mountaineer Country

The Mountaineer Country Region of West Virginia is a lively and beautiful area filled with scenic attractions, fine dining, ample shopping ...

Read More

Road Trips from Washington D.C.: Eastern Panhandle

The Eastern Panhandle Region is home to approximately 6% of the state’s population. One of two panhandles in the state of West Virginia, ...

Read More
More Inspiration