Located in the heart of Arizona Wine Country, the campsites over look the vineyard to the west and is surrounded by orchards and grain fields. Spectacular views of the Chiricahua's and Dos Cabezas Mountains. At 4300 feet cool evenings and warm days can be expected. Beautiful sunsets in the afternoons with crystal clear skies at night for star gazing abound. Hiking and biki
Located in the heart of Arizona Wine Country, the campsites over look the vineyard to the west and is surrounded by orchards and grain fields. Spectacular views of the Chiricahua's and Dos Cabezas Mountains. At 4300 feet cool evenings and warm days can be expected. Beautiful sunsets in the afternoons with crystal clear skies at night for star gazing abound. Hiking and biking are near by. Lots of Western History all around the area. Plenty of bird watching and wildlife to view. Within walking distance of the onsite winery /tasting room with many others near by.
- Check in: After 10AM
- Check out: Before 10AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Birds and Barrels Vineyards in Arizona.
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Sunsets you'll love
I arrived in time for a fabulous sunset. Chad greeted me and guided me to a spot. Slept with camper van windows and doors open with a light breeze lulling me to sleep. Awoke to an outstanding sunrise as well. Quiet lovely space. Expect to hear farm noises like a tractor in the morning early; but you'll want to get up early to enjoy the few hours of cool weather anyway.. A black dog came to visit, but was too shy to say hi. Maybe next time.
Great views & wine -- best for rvs
If you love expansive views, and walking distance to wine, you're in luck! This spot is literally in the middle of an open field. The vineyard is on one side, a grove on the other, more expanse on the other - as well as a tiny home, and chickens (!).
That said, it is an open field, and that means no shade, goatheads, and fire ants. The last two were no problem, as long as you kept your shoes on, and kept an eye on your pet. As for the shade, we were aware, and came prepared with a pop up.
Also no bathrooms -- but we knew that too, and brought our own -- and no water. The listing makes this clear, so plan accordingly. It just might be easier for RVers to camp here than SUV or truck campers.
There are some really nice amenities available. They include a large firepit area, including firewood, adirondack chairs, tiki torches, a picnic table, and a grill.
Of course the best amenity is the wine! All of the varieties we tried were exceptional, and the tasting space was very comfortable. Have a glass or five, sit back, and take in those cotton candy sunsets. Be sure and say hi to Zuni the winery cat, if you see him.
Great place to taste wine.
Great place to stay. Plenary of room for big rugs and space between campers.
The wines are great! The patio on the wine tasting area is awesome especially to watch the sunsets.