About Dakota Tipi Village - 18 ft.
Come stay our 18 foot tipi!
You have access to a fire ring season permitting and a BBQ. There will be a campfire with Native American story telling and songs.
Forget anything? We have sleeping bags, air mattresses and blankets available for a small laundry fee. Single burner camp stove and a basket of cooking utensils is available for a small butane and clean up fee. We have a butane space heater you can rent for cold winter nights.
There are 40 acres of off leash dog access , all dogs must have up dated medical records. No aggressive dogs. The valley has plenty of places to go hiking, There are olive orchards, vineyards, pistachio farms, a catch and release pond and a 300 yard golf driving range near by. We have stables for those of you who have horses. A few miles away are some off road trails. Its an excellent place for star gazing at 3500 feet. The valley is known for being a harmonic vortex It has a unique mountain range and the Cuyama River flows north to the ocean.The Bitteroot condor sanctuary is a few miles away. Only in this area does the California condor, the eagle, the owl, the hawk and a rare leopard lizard lives.
We offer cool plunge tubs for hot summer days.
At the top of the property you can visit with our free ranch chickens or check out the painted desert sheep family. Our ranch dogs are very friendly and love to welcome new campers.
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 2
- Accessible by: Drive
- Accommodation: Tent Only
- Check in after: 2PM
- Check out before: 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Dakota Tipi Village - 18 ft.
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
There aren't flushable toilets yet and the shower is cold and open, but other than that we enjoyed our time at Dakota Tipi Village. It is in a very isolated area - the closest town is Taft, which allows for stunning night skies. It is surrounded by mountains that turn pink during the golden hour. We brought a couple of butane camping stoves and used the on-site propane BBQ to cook all our food. The tipis can get cold at night since there are openings in them, so bring warm clothing to sleep in and blankets/sleeping bags! In most of the tipis you would sleep on the ground. All in all it was a dreamy stay!