Pitch what ever you want. 30 Minutes From Joshua Tree.
We have an amazing location with no one for miles. We just bought the property and nothing is here but stars at night and desert. What sets us apart from others is the distance between other houses. Play your music as loud as you want Acoustic Only Of Course. LOW LIGHT POLLUTION.
- Check in: After 9AM
- Check out: Before 11PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
It's windy in the desert. If you happen to have a sail cart go for it.
There is a OHV park close by where you can ride.
30 Minutes from Joshua tree is amazing climbing. But we know a few locals who know some other spots that are just as cool.
Who knows there might be shit out here. It's the desert. We have some beautiful turtles in Joshua Tree!
Natural features you'll find at Valhalla It's Like Heaven in California.
Yep the beach is here but the water isn't here anymore for some reason so surfing, skinny dipping, and snorkeling are out.
Flat Desert Secluded. No neighbors for miles.
Joshua Tree National Park is a short drive away.
Walmart Pool Available delivered and filled upon request. Additional fee will apply.
Places to see near Vahalla It's Close To Heaven
The vibe at Valhalla It's Like Heaven
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Tent camped at this location with my wife and kids. It is a truly amazing spot. There are 360 degree views all around. Pretty much flat area covered in short creosote and juniper bushes. Its an open space with no pre-selected camp sites. We decided on an open location that had a pre-existing fire ring. Days are hot during the spring. Night time was great! This is a great location to do some night time star gazing. There are no obstructions for miles, and the nigh sky is bursting with stars every where! Kids loved it. The sunset was also amazing!
We did get stuck in some soft sand as we were leaving the site. Be aware of your cars capabilities before going. We have a Toyota Prius, you have to keep your speed up to get through the softer areas.There are no signs as of this review. If you have issues you can call Ben and he will talk clarify where you are going.
There are no facilities or water on the property. be sure you come prepared to survive for a while. You are only about a 10-15 minute ride to town if you do need anything.
Overall if you wish to get away from it all. or if you want an open space to play with some motorized toys. This is a great place to do it!!
At first I was very excited to camp out in the Joshua Tree area in something that wasn't a close cluster of sites. I messaged Benjamin a day or so before my drive out there asking if we needed 4WD—something I don't have—to access the campsite. Benjamin didn't respond and there was no mention needing a 4WD vehicle in the posting, so I figured it was safe for me to go.
Drove out, called Benjamin at the first intersection I came across. He asked me what car I was in, I told him, and he responded "yeah you're not going to be able to get back there because it rained last week." He mentioned how he told Hipcamp to take his listing down, which apparently they did not? And that he would "just have to refund me." By that time, my very not-4WD car was stuck in the wash at this intersection and I sat waiting until after dusk waiting to be plucked out of the sand.
Tried to be a considerate and mindful guest by asking about the state of the site. Was really excited about spending a night outside the city to watch the meteor shower. Instead I spent hundreds for a tow. What's the kind of recourse for this situation? Where both Hipcamp and my host have managed to botch communication? I think I stumbled into a fluke of a situation but this was so, deeply, disappointing.