Located in the heart of Arizona Wine Country, the campsites over look the vineyard to the west and is surrounded by orchards and grain fields. Spectacular views of the Chiricahua's and Dos Cabezas Mountains. At 4300 feet cool evenings and warm days can be expected. Beautiful sunsets in the afternoons with crystal clear skies at night for star gazing abound. Hiking and biki
Located in the heart of Arizona Wine Country, the campsites over look the vineyard to the west and is surrounded by orchards and grain fields. Spectacular views of the Chiricahua's and Dos Cabezas Mountains. At 4300 feet cool evenings and warm days can be expected. Beautiful sunsets in the afternoons with crystal clear skies at night for star gazing abound. Hiking and biking are near by. Lots of Western History all around the area. Plenty of bird watching and wildlife to view. Within walking distance of the onsite winery /tasting room with many others near by.
- Check in: After 10AM
- Check out: Before 10AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Birds and Barrels Vineyards in Arizona.
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Wine tasting camping.
I found the site to be exactly as advertised. It was very quiet and her beautiful views of the mountains. I was a little concerned because my small RV is a little heavy and started to sink in but I was able to easily continue and find a good spot that was level. It was fun hearing the chickens in the morning and the coyotes at night. The owner operators were out of town but the couple managing the place for them with that we’re gone we’re very very friendly. I enjoy talking with them. The wine tasting was also excellent.
It was okay
Got the impression we weren’t exactly the kind of campers they were looking for. We were only staying one night, arriving after their winery closed (8pm, not extraordinarily late), and leaving before they opened. We were very open about the time we would arrive from the time we booked early on that day and were told it was not a problem.
When we arrived Chad came out to greet us. He fronted as being welcoming but overall his manner was skeptical and short - questioning us about our journey in a very business like manner- not necessarily in a friendly way. After answering the interrogation we were then told that due to the rain they’d had the actual sites weren’t in great condition but we could camp anywhere up where it was flat right around the house. Okay, so it’s a beautiful winery, but it did feel an awful lot like just camping in someone’s backyard. We weren’t pointed in the direction of where to get water or anything either.
Overall I would definitely not stay here again unless I was in a real spot. It was safe but by no means welcoming. Felt mostly like an inconvenience. I should repeat though that it really was a beautiful place.