A small oasis in southern Arizona. Sleep under the trees of the mesquite bosque. Dip in our swimming hole. Our small homestead has dogs and cats and various small farm animals depending of the time of year. Besides our amazing bird population we have a colony of bats on the property. Sit by the pond and watch as they whizz by to get a drink before they head out for the night
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
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Secluded in the woods in Pineapples paradise - wild mustard grew amongst us and around the trees. The bathroom is a cobb built building - super cool and beautiful. The tent site is surrounded by stone there is a charcoal grill and table for you to use.
We hiked to the backyard and there is the infamous gulch -an earthquake happened over a hundred years ago and brought upon a 50 ft drop to the dry San Pedro River. Don't get close to the edges of the cliff, the dirt is unstable and you will fall down but there is a cow trail that will safely get you to the bottom - we loved this hike.
Down the street is Gammons Gulch movie set - while we were here, there was a movie crew filming at the old movie set and also staying on the property - super cool. It was a beautiful stay - our host and her daughter were so kind and gifted us a couple of eggs as well.
Elizabeth was a very sweet host, and to see all the pigs and animals incudling the geese as well was very exciting, and being able to see the milkway for the first time was amazing, as long as you bring water (maybe a fan because they do have electricity)) you will be 100% set and ready to go!
The site was a little further off the highway then I realized (totally my fault) but so worth it for the silence and stargazing it offered. Elizabeth was a warm and welcoming host. I highly recommend spending the extra $ for firewood since there's no internet distractions, and if you're lucky a few dust colored kittens will stare into the fire with you and maybe even keep your lap warm! I can't remember a time I felt like I was getting more value. Thanks, Elizabeth!