Cabins
Tent Cabin
Yurts
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Nauti Otter Village

Stay in a yurt, cabin, or hostel beside Bear Creek on the Kenai Peninsula just north of Seward, Alaska. Nautti Otter offers a village of 9 yurts with 1-4 beds and seven unique cabins bookable for 2 guests. They also have a main lodge where breakfast is served daily and where you can also book a bed in a shared hostel room.

Each yurt has heat, a fan, and beds with linens. Cabins are a bit smaller but also have beds with linens. All guests have access to a kitchen and bathrooms with running water in the lodge.

Nautti Otter not only offers a variety of accommodations but they also aid you in booking day trips from cruises to ziplining at a discount. Come to the Nautti Otter for a unique and action-packed experience of the Kenai Peninsula!

Price
$42.00 - $154.00
Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
WiFi
Location
Nauti Otter Village is located in Alaska
Latitude
60.1795 N
Longitude
-149.3769 W
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1 Review of Nauti Otter Village
First to Review
Peaceful Yurt City with all the amenities

This Yurt Village has just about everything you could need for mix between tent camping and hotel stay:

   - Small, shared kitchen and dinning with a fridge, grill, and free make your own waffle/donut bar in the morning

   - Group fire pit with benches and hammocks

   - 2 showers, 3 toilets with towels, mirror, blow dryer and mirror

   - Electricity in the yurt to charge your phone

   - wifi in the common area

   - fan and mini heater for the yurt

   - linens provided

We stayed in the Halibut Yurt. It was stocked with some reading material and bear safety kit.  The yurts aren't far apart, but separated by cute paths among the woods.  Our bed wasn't the most comfortable, but that is our only small complaint with this camping space.   The host was nice and the campground was very clean. It is 7 miles from downtown Seward and there is a bike path almost the whole way into town.