Pitch your tent in the middle of a grassy campsite, surrounded by the lemon orchard nestled under the South Mountains in Phoenix which offers fabulous hiking and biking trails, and the farm offers a small farm stand and idyllic strolls among the orchard. Fellow campers can rent the Bohemian Hideaway or Groovy Terry Trailer for more amenities or for larger groups. Shared ou
Pitch your tent in the middle of a grassy campsite, surrounded by the lemon orchard nestled under the South Mountains in Phoenix which offers fabulous hiking and biking trails, and the farm offers a small farm stand and idyllic strolls among the orchard. Fellow campers can rent the Bohemian Hideaway or Groovy Terry Trailer for more amenities or for larger groups. Shared outdoor bathroom and shower spaces with hot water, along with a fire ring and picnic table. Check ins must be before 8 pm, as no one will be available to assist afterwards and it is hard to find in the dark. Be sure to check the listing carefully for details so you will be prepared. We offer wifi, but only up close to the house, not at the campsite., And don't forget your mosquito repellent! :) September and October is ant season, so be sure to prepare for that as well! We are in the city, and there are still city sounds even though its a very rural setting. Maximum stays are limited to 3 nights.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Pinnacle Farms tent campsite in Arizona.
Citrus and peaches. This is a working farm, so some days are a flurry of activity, but it is usually pretty quiet
The vibe at Pinnacle Farms tent campsite
Places to see near Pinnacle Farms South
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Our stay was so great! We were going to Phoenix for a GYC conference for the weekend and messaged Janna about her campsite. She was so great and accommodating! The GYC conference went late and so we arrived pretty late like 10pm. The campsite was all nice and you could see that there were warm coals in the fire, so it was easy for us to start a fire and stay warm. She even had wood for us!! Now it is only 20 minutes from downtown Phoenix, but if feels like you are sleeping in the country. You can hear chickens, coyotes and the night life of the animals. We left early to get the conference and again we arrive later than before. However, Janna had set out a lamp flashlight and a lighter to help us start a fire. It was so thoughtful of her! We really appreciated our host and her kindness and thoughtfulness!
All I am going to say is I will not stay here again. I felt very judged and looked down on by the, obviously much better off, host. She tried to pretend to be welcoming and kind but you could tell she wasn't thrilled about us being there. Mind you, we look as broke as we are. We have a very beat up, barely running car and I have a shaved head with a purple Mohawk but not by choice, I am battling cancer. You shouldn't always be so quick to judge someone.
The space was so peaceful, relaxing, and picturesque despite being close to a major road. The bathroom/shower and trailer area were also really nice. Overall love what Janna did with the space, and she was very responsive during my stay with directions and anything I needed. Thanks!
Wonderful place, with great amenities. Loved spending our time there. The area is well kept, the grass is comfortable to pitch a tent on and fresh eggs are available for purchase from the self serve farm stand in the farm. We had a great time with no issues!