Located in quiet Paulden, AZ we're in a high desert valley with dazzling sunsets and wide open night skies. Within a few miles is the majestic Verde River headwaters area with a lovely creek, Sullivan Canyon, little thumb butte and countless wonderful hikes all along the many different landscapes of the creek. There are many local farms here in Paulden and just down the road
Located in quiet Paulden, AZ we're in a high desert valley with dazzling sunsets and wide open night skies. Within a few miles is the majestic Verde River headwaters area with a lovely creek, Sullivan Canyon, little thumb butte and countless wonderful hikes all along the many different landscapes of the creek. There are many local farms here in Paulden and just down the road in Chino Valley. Within 25 miles is Prescott which has dozens of amazing hiking opportunities, creeks, and local attractions. We are also conveniently located around an hour from the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Jerome, Flagstaff, Montezuma’s Well, Fossil Creek, Cottonwood, Camp Verde and many Native ruins.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response rate: 67%
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Among the best hipcamp experiences
I loved everything about this experience. I was honored to be their second Hipcamp guest and the first long-term one over four nights. (The hosts are experienced with guests through other venues.) The Dharma Farmily consists of Landen, Holly, their creative young children, other adults who are part of the intentional community, chickens, and two incredibly friendly dogs named Jasper and Cedar, who became my good friends during the stay. My campsite was peaceful under the starry sky and one night with the bright full moon, which prompted lots of beautiful vocalization from the chickens, dogs, neighboring cattle and horses, and far off coyotes. Nighttime temperatures were 28 to 38 degrees and my small tent was shielded enough from the wind. (Sadly, the current county fire ban did not allow a campfire.) The outdoor composting toilet was well maintained. The outdoor shower was not working so the family was generous about allowing me to use their indoor shower. I received superior travel advice for my visits to the Grand Canyon South Rim, Jerome (not to be missed!), and Sedona. I highly recommend their modestly priced farm tour, which includes their gardens, practical information about organic farming, sustainability, philosophy of life, and intentional community. I'll be applying the best of the knowledge to my small urban plot at home. This was my fifth Hipcamp experience and among my favorites. I definitely want to return. Thank you, Landen, Holly, and the Dharma Farmily!