Maine Forest Yurts is a 100 acre pond-side retreat owned and operated by the Crowley family who developed their property for the adventurous at heart. They wanted to offer a place to share their love of the Maine outdoors and their love of hosting and entertaining people. Thus, Maine Forest Yurts was born!
Articles and Videos about Maine Forest Yurts:
News Center Maine: Winter glamping in yurts
Bangor Daily News: That time I accidentally went glamping
WGME: Maine’s New Winter Camping Craze
Only In Your State: The 10 Places You Should Go In Maine In 2017
Best of Maine: The 15 Coolest (and Most Unique) Hotels in Maine!
Only In Your State: This Glamping Retreat In Maine Is What Dreams Are Made Of
Business Insider: ‘Survivor’ winner opens ‘Glamping’ retreat
Boston.com: 7 Off-The-Beaten-Path New England Vacation Ideas
Maine Magazine: Winter Camp
WCSH6: Maine Forest Yurts offers outdoor getaways
The Advertiser Democrat: Crowley brings yurts, and ‘Survivor,’ to Maine
Boston Magazine: A Guide to Glamping in New England
Press Herald: ‘Survivor’ winner’s new pursuit? Setting up yurt camps in forest
Bangor Daily News: ‘Survivor’ winner opens ‘glamorous camping’ retreat in lavish Durham yurt
Keep Me Current: ‘Survivor’ star has your yurt
Maine Today: Maine Forest Yurts Offers Dog-Friendly Camping 30 Minutes from Portland
Military Times: Yurts take camping to the next level
mainethingstodo.com: 101 Things To Do – #84 Stay in a Yurt!
Youtube: Phamdamily – Maine Forest Yurts
In 2008, Bob Crowley was selected to compete on the reality TV show Survivor: Gabon and 39 days later he was voted the oldest winner in the show’s history.
He also won the ‘Sprint Survivor of the Season’ which is voted by the fans for their favorite player. His knack for the outdoors and his wilderness survival skills allowed him to comfortably play the game of Survivor.
After Bob retired from teaching high school physics for 25 years, he started Maine Forest Yurts, which offers individuals, couples, families and groups an eco-friendly, camping experience where guests can connect with nature in the Maine outdoors.
In 2009, with the help of his carpool friend David Ladd, Bob published his autobiography, Making Waves: The Stories of Maine’s Bob Crowley. Please contact us if you would like to order a signed copy of Bob’s book! Cost is $15 plus s/h.
Learn more about Bob:
Wikipedia Page CBS Early Show Portland Press Herald The Weekly Sentinel Where Are They Now: The Winners of ‘Survivor’
Youtube – Bob Crowley Survivor Gabon Youtube – Survivor Gabon Finale Youtube – Winner’s Edit Youtube – Bob Crowley: Survivor Gabon