Copper Mountain Ranch is located between Joshua Tree and Twentynine Palms, less than 10 minutes to either town.
Relax and enjoy a quiet and peaceful experience on this 5-acre homestead with an awesome view of Joshua Tree National park. No neighbors close enough to hear you.
Enjoy the cozy bell tent, and or Pitch a tent near the fire pit and picnic bench and gaze upon the beautiful night sky. For those who ride, feel free to take your bike or quad on an adventure where you may.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 1 month out Weeknight discount: 30% off
The vibe at Copper Mountain Camp
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Beautiful, secluded campsite. There's a dock where you can set up your tent. Picnic table and a fire pit is available. Getting here requires driving on a dirt road. I would highly suggest contact and confirming directions with the host. There's a little tiny house on the property and a couple of trailers, but it's much further away from this campsite.
Recommend that you have a 4x4 vehicle. Understand that this is a plot of land that is mostly undeveloped. There is only one firepit and camping area to set up the tent in the back (unlike the pictures show). Mostly what we were looking for when Joshua Tree sites were overfilled.
Platform with lights was broken upon arrival. Nails sticking out. Location was great, not far from either entrance to Joshua Tree. Basic amenities were as expencted. More regular maintence is needed and obvious construction in the front of the site could have been cleaned up.
The views are amazing and you can feel very secluded at this camp. However, during our stay, not only was the camp site double booked, the camp site (a camping platform and lighting fixtures) had not been properly maintained and was not fully useable. Also, there are no structures that provide adequate shade on the site, checking in during the afternoon was a mistake. Bring an umbrella or check in right before sunset!!
Not exactly what is pictured. There is no platform to sleep on and the area with cabins and air streams has become more of a dumping ground than a cute little area to hang. Also be warned there might be other people sharing the property with you. Would recommend 4x4 to get to lot, it’s through some dirt roads.
Great location just off main road. Stayed at Camp A which is a bit far from the entrance. I would suggest to build another entrance in the back for better access! overall we had a good time there.
Christian is the man! The campsite is great and definitely exceeded expectations. There's ridge ~100 yards away that would make for a solid morning or evening hike. The site is close enough to others that you could get to them quickly if there's an emergency, but far enough away where no one can see or hear you otherwise. There's an outhouse nearby in case you need to go #2. Make sure you bring some form of shade (canopy tent, umbrella, etc.), as it can get sweltering when the sun is out.
The problems outlined in the previous reviews occurred right after a brutal windstorm, and Christian has since put a lot of time (and money) into making everything comfortable and enjoyable. Highly recommend!