Glampsite under Giant Oak Trees

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About Glampsite under Giant Oak Trees

Hipcamp host Carolyn
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You will enjoy nature staying in this 2013 White Water Retro vintage inspired trailer. Our small farm in the mountains has several 100-year-old oak trees. You’ll love my place because of the cozy feeling of the trailer and the beautiful surroundings. . . imagine roasting marshmallows over your own fire pit enjoying all the bright stars in the dark skies. Our small farm and Read more...

You will enjoy nature staying in this 2013 White Water Retro vintage inspired trailer. Our small farm in the mountains has several 100-year-old oak trees.You’ll love my place because of the cozy feeling of the trailer and the beautiful surroundings...imagine roasting marshmallows over your own fire pit enjoying all the bright stars in the dark skies.

Our small farm and other properties located in the area are surrounded by Coronado National Forest. The area is well known for numerous mountain biking paths, hiking trails (Arizona trail runs through Oracle), and bird watching! If you would like, visit and interact with our farm animals. If you are interested, I offer art classes for an extra fee.

The camper has a full size bed with dinette table that can be made into another bed. Kitchen includes a microwave and stove. Dishes are available as well.

The camper is not isolated on the property. For the convenience of hot water, heat, and electricity, the camper is situated in fair proximity to the back of our farmhouse. However, it is still private and you have access to 2 acres of property to wander and explore. If you have specific concerns, please don't hesitate to contact me.

I will be available if needed, but also want to allow guests to have their privacy as well.

Our small town is a jewel at the base of the Catalina Mountains where the high desert meets the mountains. We have four wonderful gentle seasons!

We do need to feed the farm animals twice a day, but it doesn't take but a few minutes, so you may hear the chickens, goats and donkey! That is part of the charm of farm life!

Guest access:

We have a couple of acres for you to enjoy with a tire swing, games such as horse shoes, bean bag toss, checkers, etc. You can also meander through the little nature trail that winds through the hills.

Interaction with guests:

I will be available if needed, but also want to allow guests to have their privacy as well.

Other things to note:

We do need to feed the farm animals twice a day, but it doesn't take but a few minutes, so you may hear the chickens, goats and donkey! That is part of the charm of farm life!

Fires are allowed
Firewood provided, Fire ring w/ grill
Potable water is available
Tap
Pets are allowed
On leash
Have a question? Send Carolyn a message!
  • Listing type: Private
  • No. of sites: 1
  • Accessible by: Drive
  • Accommodation: Cabins & Lodging
  • Check in after: 2PM
  • Check out before: 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Strict
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: None
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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    Showers
    Picnic table
    Wifi
    RV hookup
    RV sanitation
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    Hiking
    Wildlife watching
    Boating
    Fishing
    Horseback riding
    Paddling
    Wind sports
    OHV
    Climbing
    Snow sports
    Surfing
    Swimming
    Whitewater paddling

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    Hipcamper Andy

    Carolyn was so welcoming and helpful in showing us around her property and her cute vintage-style trailer. The trailer is very thoughtfully styled, with everything you need to cook, make coffee, and hang out comfortably inside. We loved the little touches that Carolyn added to the place: artwork (her own!), trailer-themed decorations, and information about local activities. There's lots to do around the property: they have a donkey, a horse, a couple of goats, and chickens to say hello to, and a great little hiking trail that starts right from their ranch. Onsite, there's also a picnic table with games, a tire swing, and horseshoes to throw, and Carolyn set up everything we needed to keep warm with a firepit right in front of the trailer at night. We loved sitting by the fire in the evening and watching the stars. Nearby is Saguaro National Park and the Biodome 2 if you're looking for more things to do.

    Property
    Glampsite under Giant Oak Trees
    State
    Arizona
    $77/night
    Cabin & Lodging: 1 Site