Rustic glamping in the forest!This very cozy, rustic old trapper's cabin sits out off of forest service roads at the base of the Peaks! It's a bit like glamping - roughing it in style - with an off-grid setting of no power, no sewer, and heated by wood stove. Big, cozy queen bed, beautiful views, deer passing through the back yard, and cozy up by the fire while dinner bubbles
Rustic glamping in the forest!This very cozy, rustic old trapper's cabin sits out off of forest service roads at the base of the Peaks! It's a bit like glamping - roughing it in style - with an off-grid setting of no power, no sewer, and heated by wood stove. Big, cozy queen bed, beautiful views, deer passing through the back yard, and cozy up by the fire while dinner bubbles on the stove - all inside! Take a little break from the hustle and bustle of your life for a moment of quiet, reading by the fire as well as great access to bike trails (1 mile away), the Grand Canyon (40 minutes away), snowmobile and ski access out your back door!
***WINTER WEATHER WARNING**The cabin is 3 miles up a forest service road from the highway. Depending on the severity of winter weather, there is potential that the forest service road will either need 4-wheel drive in the best of conditions or skis, snowshoes, or a snowmobile if there is too much snow to plow with a truck blade. Please be advised to check in with us a few days prior to your stay for updates on road conditions. It's beautiful in the winter, you just need to be up for a little trek in, in the event we get a real winter this year!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Lake Mary about 40 minutes drive from the cabin
Natural features you'll find at Sleeper Hollow Cabin Camping in Arizona.
Cool lava tube that goes 1 mile under ground just off hwy 180 not far from the cabin turnoff.
Lake Mary outside Flagstaff
Mesa or canyon
Grand Canyon, Sedona canyons
The vibe at Sleeper Hollow Cabin Camping
Places to see near Sleeper Hollow Cabin
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Lisa's was so great with communicating directions to the cabin. Once you get to the cabin, there are plenty of helpful instructions on how to use the lights and composting toilet. The decor was super cute and cozy. There was also a fresh water tank, battery operated lights, all the cooking utensils you could need, a nice sink, very clean and modern outhouse, a wood stove, and plenty of blankets to keep warm! I have Verizon and maintained around two bars of service. I felt very safe and comfortable here and would definitely recommend staying more than one night!
The Sleeper Hollow cabin was so amazing! Lisa was and absolutely incredible host, keeping in touch with me through the weeks to let us know that the roads would be clear from snow since we visited in early spring! The cabin is off of a national forest road so its secluded but not middle-of-nowhere-creepy secluded. It had everything we needed, blankets, firewood, coffee, and comfortable sleeping arrangements! I'm always nervous about outhouses but wow seriously this was the nicest one I have ever been in. There is tons of seating inside as well as outside the cabin, and even in April we didn't need to stoke the wood burning fireplace through the night. I would definitely recommend taking the time to walk the roads in the morning as the sun comes up with a coffee! What an experience.