WeeTreat is a five (5) acre wild land parcel adjacent to our small farm and ranchita, Ranchita Liebre, 'Little Jackrabbit Ranch.' and a raw five acre parcel called 'Grant's Sacred Land'.
The campsite is located on a hillside that settles into a wash amongst native Joshua Trees, creosote, desert wildflowers, indigenous cacti and soft sand. There is currently a homestead cabin on the property that is in the early stages of refurbishment and this will be offered as an additional place to stay in the upcoming months.
Wildlife is abundant, as our properties are located in a wildlife corridor extending from the Bighorn Mountain Range to the west to the Boullion Mountain Range to the east. You will likely encounter coyotes, Gambel's Quail, Mourning Doves, Great Horned Owls, hawks, Desert Cottontail Rabbits, Black Tailed Jackrabbits, Panamint chipmunks, and a wide variety of lizards and insects. We occasionally witness Mojave Green Rattlesnakes, Arizona Hairy Scorpions and bobcats. We have had mountain lion tracks on our property as well.
The campsite has a free-standing wood-burning fire stove with a grill and spark arrester. The areas appropriate for pitching a tent have 360 degree desert and mountain views of the San Bernardino Mountains, Mount San Jacinto, Pipes Canyon, and Sugarloaf Mountain to the west, Goat Mountain, Spy Mountain, Bouillon Mountain Range and the Marine Corps training village to the north, Wonder Valley to the east and the Pinto Mountain Range to the south .
A private composting toilet is available onsite and there is a large concrete slab adjacent the homestead cabin that campers are more than welcome to use as a dining area or set up an outdoor living room space to take in views of the stars at night.
It is quite secluded, both from other homesteads and neighbors. There are acres of land between the campsite and other homes. You will feel as though you have your own private space to enjoy the wonders of the Mojave.
Parking is simple, there is a driveway that extends from Bearing Tree Road towards WeeTreat and there is space available for an RV and two cars or four cars total.
WeeTreat is within eyesight of the Integratron and Gubler's Orchids, a mile and a half away from the infamous Landers Brew Pub, six miles from La Copine, a fantastic French bistro. There is a post office a mile and a half to the south of WeeTreat and Halliday, a small market with many beverage, food, propane and toiletries available for purchase. We are also 20 minutes from Joshua Tree National Park, the Johnson Valley OHV area, the largest free-standing boulder in the world, Giant Rock, and each evening you are granted a pristine view of the Milky Way.
We have a working small farm five acres adjacent WeeTreat called Ranchita Liebre or 'Little Jackrabbit Ranch' on which we raise and breed registered Nigerian Dwarf Goats, Heritage chickens and geese. We also have a beehive, an orchard of over 50 fruiting trees, a beautifully landscaped native garden and fresh veggies and herbs grown onsite year round. Please let us know if you are interested in a tour of Jackrabbit during your stay and we will accommodate you if possible.
It is 'Our Little Slice of Hi-Desert Paradise' and we are incredibly excited to share it with you!
Please feel free to visit our Instagram pages for more images. (@WeeTreat @Jackrabbitgoats @Meuba) We are also open to providing driving tours of the area for an additional fee of $20 if we are available to do so!!
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at WeeTreat
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Highly recommend these hosts and their beautiful land! When our spot was mistakenly double booked, Melanie quickly came up with another solution and guided us to a very private camping area with a beautiful view. The location was great- right near Giant Rock and the Integratron. The place was so peaceful and the stars were incredible. Melanie and her husband let us use their firepit and even brought us corn bread in the morning! We would love to visit again.
This is such a gorgeous campground and you get total privacy. You can pitch your tent right next to a Joshua Tree, and there's plenty of space for group camping. I loved meeting the hosts, they were incredibly friendly and are restoring the old homestead in the campsite.