We are builders of Nova Scotia coppice wood yurts, inspired by the traditional Kyrgyz and Mongolian style yurts.
The yurt is originally designed as a nomadic shelter and is by nature temporary. We urge all of our clients to think of a Little Foot Yurt in this way. Our yurts are designed in a traditional fashion that use natural materials such as wood and cotton and require the owner taking an active part in maintaining the yurt.
Each year we build 2-3 hand crafted
yurts which are custom built and designed for the specific needs of
our clients. We receive a lot of sales requests every year and we
want to ensure our style of yurt is a good fit for you.
If you can answer YES to the below statements, then a Little Foot Yurt is the right choice!
Yurt owners find many uses for their
yurts, such as a studio, guesthouse, classroom or workshop space,
gazebo, retreat and meditation centre, family camping or vacation
The following informational packages
will answer your questions and help you decide if a Little Foot Yurt
is right for you!
Wheel & Canvas Kit (If you are building your own yurt frame)
Installing a Little Foot Yurt at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site was a huge success. We had many positive comments from visitors and our Little Foot Yurt spurred a sizable increase in winter camping at Keji last year. Visitors commented on how their overnight stay in the yurt heightened their overall winter experience at Keji. Working with Alex and Selene was a pleasure, as they truly care about their yurts and the local resources that go into their fabrication. Thank-you Little Foot Yurts!- Ashley Moffat, Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site of Canada, NS See more testimonials