Pitch your tent in a juniper grove or meadow on our forty acres in the high desert grassland of Northern Arizona. Watch for antelope, deer, hawks and various other birds. Watch this overgrazed range land come back to life as proceeds from campers pay for wildlife-permeable fencing and native grass and wildflower seeds. We are 85 miles from the Grand Canyon and 86 miles from
Pitch your tent in a juniper grove or meadow on our forty acres in the high desert grassland of Northern Arizona. Watch for antelope, deer, hawks and various other birds. Watch this overgrazed range land come back to life as proceeds from campers pay for wildlife-permeable fencing and native grass and wildflower seeds. We are 85 miles from the Grand Canyon and 86 miles from Sedona via scenic highway 89-A.
Antelpe Run Rewilding Camp is hosted by Animus Terrae, an intentional community. A shower and flush toilet are available in our communal RV, where we sometimes meet and share meals. Campers may also join us at our communal fire pit.
These sites are walk-in only. For vehicle camping, please check out our RV accessible listing.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Antelope, birds, stargazing
Natural features you'll find at Antelope Run Rewilding Camp in Arizona.
High desert grassland (in recovery) sparsely populated by junipers.
The vibe at Antelope Run Rewilding Camp
Places to see near Antelope Run Rewilding Camp
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Hipcamp heaven! This community of wilderness dwellers is a thriving FAMILY! We were welcomed onto the property (that feels like you are driving through gravel for a while, but when you get there it is well worth it.) by the community who lives there 24/7! This community of friends and family have been beginning to build a fully sustaining outdoor community and when we visited, there was even a Hipcamper there who had visited for a few nights but ended up staying with them much longer. It is even set upon a slight hill and gives great views of surrounding mountains. There is also private spaces to camp if you don't want to interact with the wonderful people there.
Michael and James are amazing hosts. They made sure my friend and I had everything we needed to feel comfortable. Awesome vibes and cool looking place. Would definitely stay there again!
Antelope Run Rewilding Camp is an intentional community. Camping there is very quiet and peaceful and people are lovely. The camp is powered by solar panels and has dry toilets. We were able to stay in one of the campers and shelter from the rain, before setting up our tent. Highly recommend.
We pulled in after dark and were met by Michael who was very welcoming and showed us to our campsite. The campsite itself is primitive but has a firepit with firewood provided. There is a composting toilet a short walk away. The property itself has an interesting story - it's a registered monastery and intentional living community - Michael and 1 or 2 others live there full time in their RVs and there are a bunch of other RVs and vehicles being restored on the property that you will see when you drive in. Michael is also trying to get permits to run a fire department out there - so you will see a few firetrucks on your drive in. It's best to get here before dark to find your way on the roads and to locate the campsite once you're there. This is a nice place to stop if you're passing through on your way to the Grand Canyon and need a place to pitch your tent for the night.