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CasaGoGo @ JT Music Fest Site
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· Joshua Tree, California
5 acres
13 sites
13 Glamping
This is rustic camping in style. Truly Unique. Stay in one of our community of 12 pods of quiet, cozy, rustically artistic CasaGogo campers at the gorgeous world famous Joshua Tree Music Festival site in the shadows of the Joshua Tree National Park. Get outside. Escape the city. Unwind. Stargaze. Hike. Work Remote. Stare at the fire. Our twelve self-contained sites with vintage trailer accommodations arranged in various configurations can accommodate groups of 2 to 10. Fresh potable water, power for devices, and plenty of fresh air! You have access to the Music Festival Site. Art. Stages. Chill places. An unforgettable location.
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Joshua Tree, California, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Ross P.Joined in August 2021
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Ashley A.recommends
January 16, 2022
Lovely Weather @ CasaGoGo
Love this place!
Came here for my birthday. Easy to find and all directions are clear. Ross is quick to respond. “Lovely Weather” is just one of the many trailer set ups on the CasaGoGo property. Each trailer set up on property will have different sleeping arrangements. We managed to find one that worked great for our group, making sharing the 3 trailers for our party of 9 easy. Trailers help a lot to insulate in comparison to a tent. But layers and heavy duty blankets are still needed to stay warm on winter nights. Trailers and beds were very clean. The well water on property tastes great. Each trailer came with a 2.5 L jug, but we could fill up from the spigot if we ran out. This site, at the time we went, had a picnic table with benches on both sides. 2 additional benches, and an additional table where we prepped our meals. I brought a camp stove but we ended up cooking right on the fire with our cast irons. Worked out perfectly. We just so happened to be the only campers on property for the weekend. So we walked around and had full rage of the property to just hang out. It’s usually the venue for the Joshua tree music festival, so exploring the stage areas and lounging around was a really neat experience. The vibe is unique and eclectic, and Ross was a super helpful/ laid back host. We can’t wait to come back.
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