First off, what is a Yurt exactly?
A traditional yurt is a circular tent of felt or skins on a collapsible framework, used by nomads in Mongolia, Siberia, and Turkey.
During the pandemic, vinyl polyester yurts have become popular everywhere.
The yurts that Great Lakes Yurts Co. (GLYC) makes are sturdy structures with full doors on them and come in a variety of sizes, can be insulated, and feature windows.
GLYC opened in 2017 in Grass Lake, Michigan and is owned by Steve Caro.
All the yurts made by Great Lakes Yurt are custom-made according to precise specifications. They typically are constructed with very durable materials made to withstand every form of Michigan weather. They usually are insulated, have a vinyl-coated exterior and feature real windows, hardwood floors and full-size, hung doors.