Bathhouse and Pavilion

At Wild Yough, we understand that the bathroom facilities are one of the most important aspects of the Glamping experience.  Our bathhouse is designed to bring you all of the comforts of home, with modern, comfortable features which include full size showers, plenty of counter space, professional ventilation, and regular maintenance by our partners at Offlake Rentals.  Additionally, we have outside water facilities and separate, deep sinks for washing dishes.

bathhouse photo

The adjacent pavilion area is furnished with comfortable lounge furniture and picnic tables, making it the perfect place to socialize with your fellow Glampers or host a pot-luck meal with a large group.

Here’s what else you will find at the bathhouse and pavilion:

–      Power-up station with standard electric plugs and USB cables for charging the LED lights for the hut, your mobile phones and laptops. (leave property at your own risk)

–      There are also electricity outlets in the bathrooms

–      Full size BBQ grill with propane

–      Fire-pit popcorn popper

–      An additional fire ring for group gatherings

–      Take one leave one book and magazine library

–      Selection of board games and outdoor activities, including everyone’s favorite- Cornhole

–      Information on the area and suggested must see and do activities

Below are some additional photos of the bath house and pavilion.

bathhouse interior

Interior – salvaged fence boards give a rustic look.

Bathhouse games

Games, books, sign-in area, and a charge-up area for your LED light and mobile devices.

Power Up Station


You’ll also find a full size propane BBQ grill and fire-pit popcorn popper on the pavilion.

bathhouse washup

Wash-up sinks and pot-filling station.

bathhouse sitting

Pavilion, with a view over the wild-flower field and “Original Glamping Hut” in the distance…where the trail-head begins.

6 thoughts on “Bathhouse and Pavilion

    • Hi Donalyn – Thanks for your comment! We’ve been scrambling to get everything ready for our grand opening in May and have been a bit behind on the web site. I’ve now uploaded some new pictures and will get another round up in the next few weeks. We hope to see you at Wild Yough!

  1. Hello! A group of us are staying here the weekend of Oct 3. Can you tell me if the water is potable, or do we need to bring bottled water for coffee and cooking purposed?

    • Hello – Because of the chance of heavy snowfall and colder weather, we shut the Glamping site down in the beginning of November. The bathhouse is not insulated and the pipes will freeze in extreme cold. This year, it is planned to close on November 9.

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