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Dirtbag Campground - Basic - Site 9
Dirtbag Campground - Basic - Site 9
5 voyageurs
1 chambre
1 lit
Demi-salle de bain
5 voyageurs
1 chambre
1 lit
Demi-salle de bain
Veuillez entrer le nombre d'adultes.
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De 2 à 12 ans
Veuillez entrer le nombre de bébés.
- de 2 ans
5 voyageurs au maximum. Les bébés ne sont pas pris en compte dans le nombre de voyageurs.
Vous ne serez débité que si vous confirmez

Our campground is on our desert homestead 6 miles north of the Indian Cove entrance to Joshua Tree National Park. All campsites include expansive space, a fire pit, amazing views of Joshua Tree National Park, spectacular night skies, short drives to northern Park entrances, proximity to BLM land, access to a community latrine, and access to a cold water bath tub with privacy walls. It’s a 10 minute drive from your site to Indian Cove and 15-20 minutes to the North and West entrances of the Park.

Le logement

We offer our open land for use as a tourist camp.

This listing is for the camp site only, we offer full gear rental in a different listing:

We have 11 spread out campsites. Each site includes a place to put 1-3 tents, or an RV, a fire pit, picnic table, water and latrine access. $25 Per Night – 4 People Per Site, You may have up to 5 people in your site however you must pay an additional $10 per night. No more than 5 people can camp in one site, if you have a larger party 2 campsites will be necessary.

We offer hose water and a common area bath tub with privacy walls. Cool off after a long hike or enjoy the night stars in cool water!

Accès des voyageurs

Optional On Site Upgrades -

Organic Eggs from our Homestead Hens - .50 cents each (hard boiled or raw for cooking at your campsite)
Firewood – $8.00 per bundle (Includes lighter fluid)
Washer and Dryer - $5 per load - Fluff and Fold!
Dog Sitting – Starting at $25 per day
Propane – $5.00 per canister
Various Drygoods – Batteries, Kitchen Goods, Rain Gear, and so forth

Échanges avec les voyageurs

Nous vous vérifierons lorsque vous arrivez et vous donnerons une courte visite. Ensuite, vous êtes seul! Nous sommes disponibles par téléphone ou par txt n'importe quand pendant votre séjour!
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We will check you in when you arrive and give you a short tour. Then you are on your own!

We are available by phone or txt anytime during your stay!

Autres remarques

La météo dans le désert peut être un réel danger. Quand il fait chaud, attendez-vous à avoir besoin de 2 gallons d'eau par personne par jour minimum si vous prévoyez de vous déplacer du tout, il est recommandé de consommer un gallon par jour par personne si vous êtes sédentaire dans ce type de chaleur. Temps de jour durant la saison estivale sur la marque de 110 degrés. En hiver, il fait très froid la nuit, parfois gelé pendant une semaine à la fois. Les tempêtes d'hiver et les moussons d'été sont également à considérer lors de la planification de voyager dans le haut désert. Les inondations instantanées peuvent vous faire tordu et le sol humide du désert peut être difficile à camper. Le service météorologique national est notre ressource météorologique, vous pouvez l'utiliser pour évaluer votre temps de camping.
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Weather in the desert can be a real hazard. When it is hot please expect to need 2 gallons of water per person per day minimum if you plan on moving at all, it is recommended to consume a gallon per day per person if you are sedentary in that kind of heat. Daytime temps in the summer climb over the 110 degree mark. In the winter it can be quite cold at night, sometimes freezing for a week at a time. Winter storms and Summer monsoons are also something to consider when planning to travel to the high desert. Flash flooding can get you stranded and the wet desert floor can be difficult to camp on. The National Weather Service is our weather resource, you may use this to gauge your camping weather.

Animaux acceptés
Pour familles/enfants
Logement fumeur
Parking gratuit sur place

Voyageur supplémentaire $13 CAD / nuit après 4 voyageurs
Communiquez toujours via Airbnb
Pour protéger votre paiement, ne transférez jamais d'argent et n'établissez pas de contact en dehors du site ou de l'application Airbnb.
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Règlement intérieur
Ne convient pas aux bébés (moins de 2 ans)
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait entre 11:00 et 00:00
Départ avant 10:00

Please treat our homestead and land with the same respect you would for your own. - No grey water or trash in firepits - No littering - Please follow the Leave No Trace Principle - Please drive on established roads and parking areas only.

Vous affirmez avoir également pris connaissance de :
Dog(s) et cat(s) live in the house


Dispositif de sécurité
Kit de premiers secours

Les vendredis et samedis la durée de séjour minimale est de 1 nuit.

8 commentaires

Profil utilisateur de Tim
octobre 2017
Great amenities!

Profil utilisateur de Marissa
octobre 2017
We had an excellent time and would definitely stay at Tad & Alicia's again! So grateful that Tad stays up late and had no problem meeting us at the late hour we arrived, and even gave us a complete tour of the property! Communication was great, facilities were clean; overall great location and couple (& dogs)!

Profil utilisateur de Minna
mai 2017
This place was exactly what we needed after we discovered Joshua Tree camping spots were full. Great price and Alicia and Tad had the basics for our stay-it was SUPER windy so the extra bricks and rocks were helpful as was the chairs and picnic table to sit at. We originally booked for a spot that ended up being next to a little more rowdy group but Tad was super accommodating and let us stay at a spot farther away. It was during the week so not many other campers were there, i'm sure it fills up on the weekends. The port-o-potty was the best smelling one i've been in in a while and there was enough toilet paper and wipes to go around. the water spicket was clutch and Tad let us know on warmer nights the hot tub is open for business. Thanks Alicia and Tad for welcoming us to your property and accommodating us 10 minutes after requesting the booking :)

Profil utilisateur de Brad
avril 2017
Great spot for a weekend getaway. Not too far from Joshua Tree park entrance!

Profil utilisateur de Casey
avril 2017
Nice quite and secluded place to camp. The hosts are very welcoming.

Profil utilisateur de Audrey
avril 2017
I highly recommend this campground as an alternative to camping inside JTNP. Alicia and Tad have built a clean, secure, welcoming environment away from the crowds and noise of the park campgrounds. The immaculate, pleasantly lit, well-anchored Porto is far more comforting at 2am, in the middle of a desert windstorm than a pitch black pit toilet with cold sludgy air blowing upwards from the seat. With that said, be sure to plan for wind as there is no protection. Climber Tip: if you stay here, you can enter the park for day use for free at Indian Cove. There is great climbing and exploring and far less competition for routes. There are also plentiful top rope walls for kids and beginners.

Profil utilisateur de Grace
avril 2017
This campground is unlike any other! Really inexpensive , not to mention all the extras , like firewood for your own personal fire pit , hiot tub , and even breakfast in the morning . All cost extra but not much extra . There's even two bathroom types to choose from haha. We took off across the way there's a big open space where we saw plenty of woldflowers , and after dark set up our telescope by our campsite after dinner by the fire . The campsites are near each other and the fire pits are pretty close to each other also , but I suggest you just set up a little further from the center , it worried for us just fine . I don't have any regrets staying here , I recommend it ! Thank you Alicia !

Desert Heights, Californie, États-UnisMembre depuis octobre 2016
Profil utilisateur de AliciaAlicia est un Superhost.
Langues : English
Taux de réponse : 100%
Délai de réponse : Moins d'une heure

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