Our expansive property offers exclusive private views of beautiful Mount Shasta. The land is nestled by a spectacular Pacific Ridge Crest rock formation known as Sphinx Rock. Sphinx Rock is a powerful geologic feature that magnetizes everyone who comes here into a feeling of being in communion with Nature.
Set up your tents in one of our multiple sites and enjoy the true peacefulness our land has to offer. The Sphinx Rock offers a sacred space for you to tune in with yourself surrounded by the elements. You may even catch glimpses of native creatures such as hawks or owls.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 33% off
- Response time: Within 24 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Mount Shasta Sphinx Vortex Camp
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Yes, yes, yes! What a cool spot. It's much more private than I expected, which is super cool. The Sphinx Rock hugs the camping area perfectly. You feel like you're in wild west (even though the house is right around the corner!) but you can't see it at all. This was one of the most silent nights of sleep I've gotten, it's so peaceful here.
I was Hilary's first camper, and it is pretty rustic in terms of camping, which was perfect for me in that I didn't need much more than a private place to park. I could see it staying like this and being perfect for future campers, or adding a few more amenities like a picnic table could be cool. Either way, I LOVED staying here and could literally just stare at Mt. Shasta from this spot forever. Hilary is lucky to own such an incredible piece of land.
Stewart Mineral Springs is so so so close to here, just down the road. Book an appointment in advance and enjoy a mineral bath x sauna x cold plunge in the creek. Ask for suggestions if you're not familiar with the area, there's so much that's hidden below surface level.
Thank you for sharing this amazing land, Hilary! I hope to visit again!