Nest in the heated OFF-GRID Vintage Camper, Airstream shaped camper, and enjoy a memory foam full sized bed, heater option, seating, bamboo flooring and local forest wood accents. A star gazer skylight is above the bed. You will open your door East to the sunrise and can sit outside to enjoy a private campfire at night while you watch the stars. The bathroom, kitchenette, a
Nest in the heated OFF-GRID Vintage Camper, Airstream shaped camper, and enjoy a memory foam full sized bed, heater option, seating, bamboo flooring and local forest wood accents. A star gazer skylight is above the bed. You will open your door East to the sunrise and can sit outside to enjoy a private campfire at night while you watch the stars. The bathroom, kitchenette, and shower are in the common area, walking distance from the trailer location.
A private Outhouse is available next to your Camper exclusive to you.
*ALL LIGHTING IS SOLAR CHARGED. Solar LED fairy light lamps are at entrance.
*Propane wall heater and back Mr. Buddy heater is available anytime.
*If 4 people are staying, an additional roll out mattress (to be placed on an open floor space) is available and inside unit with additional linens and sleeping bags. Additional $7 bed fee if requested with only 3, or less, people checking in.
*No locks/keys onsite, latches only
* Screen magnet door on inside of entryway
*All 4 spaces on the property are about 40 yards, or more, apart with partial view blocking from other spaces to maintain your feeling of privacy.Now open into Winter. Experience the Southwest in a secluded & peaceful part of Arizona, a 30 minute drive to the Grand Canyon National Park*The dirt road is about 2 miles leading to the site from Highway 180, and although cars do drive here, it's recommended to have an SUV, truck, or vehicle with front-wheel drive and not low to the ground like a sports car (or heavily weighted down). Take the Dewey Drive Hill detour route to avoid the bumpy steep hill.
Community Area:-Outdoor & Indoor Shower option-Dry toilet-Fire pit-Kitchenette-Full memory foam bed & * blankets/linens INCLUDED -HEATER included in winter months-SELF SERVE Organic BREAKFAST (local eggs, fruit, oatmeal, tea/coffee)
Watch the sunset & see amazing stars! 2 miles down a BUMPY DIRT road.
DIRECTIONS to 'THE NEST'3408 S. Dewey Dr.Valle (Williams), AZ 86046 (Valle may say Grand Canyon Junction, since recent town name change)
*Please FOLLOW the provided exactly:- Directions - Map - 3 Red triangle signsDO NOT follow GPS only, use both.
- DRIVE to 'The Nest' from Highway 180 SOUTH on S. Dewey Drive (Green route on map)- NOT from Highway 64 on Pine Rd (orange route on map) - S. Dewey Dr. is on Highway 180 between GREEN 'MILE MARKER' 263 & 264
FROM: Williams, AZ- Go NORTH on HIGHWAY 64 - TURN RIGHT on HIGHWAY 180- TURN RIGHT on DEWEY DR-STAY on DEWEY RD for about 2 miles.
FROM: Grand Canyon South Rim Park- Go SOUTH on HIGHWAY 64 - TURN LEFT on HIGHWAY 180- TURN RIGHT on DEWEY DR-STAY on DEWEY RD for about 2 miles.
FROM: Flagstaff, AZ- Go NORTH to HIGHWAY 180- TURN LEFT on DEWEY DR(LOOK FOR SIGN 1) -STAY on DEWEY RD for about 2 miles.
STOP ONCE you hit PINE RD. You have two options to choose from. (look for sign 2)
OPTION 1(the cinder hill):- Take the left on Pine - Drive about 20 yards and take the first right (you should see a triangle sign 2A) - Go straight and you will go down the (bumpy) cinder hill and drive for about 300 yards and you will see the Nest on the RIGHT
OPTION 2: (avoid the Cinder Hill DETOUR) Recommend for smaller vehicles. *DIRT road conditions may be bumpy, DRIVE SLOW and AVOID 'high centers'.- Take the right on PINE RD - Drive for about 150 yards on PINE RD and take first left onto LOWELL RD. (look for sign 3)- Drive down LOWELL RD for about 150 yards - take first left, (look for sign 4 - do not turn left into the 'junkyard' property with trailers- Turn right once you hit the end of the road (look for sign 5) - Drive for about 200 yards and the Nest will be on the RIGHT.
*DIRT road conditions may be bumpy, DRIVE SLOW and AVOID 'high centers'. If muddy from rain or snow, AVOID PUDDLES, RUTS and KEEP MOVING!
*Please have a route planned. Take SCREENSHOTS of DIRECTIONS PROVIDED.Do NOT follow GPS only, use both.*Come PREPARED if you plan on arriving after sunset. AS it does get tricky to navigate at dark.There are NO STREET LIGHTS. We recommend ARRIVING before sunset.
BE SELF SUFFICIENT using the information we provide. Please don't expect to meet anybody except other guests. Everything is available as described but it can be difficult to find your way around the property if you arrive after dark.Here at Nest In Harmony location, we value natural living and alternative living styles and will be featuring different living structures. Cats , dogs,chickens, a donkey, llama and alpaca will be on the property.It is peaceful with no sounds of cars and no light pollution to block the incredible views of the stars after a clear sunset view. Juniper trees offer shade in the days and privacy. You may feel more connected to nature as you hear the birds and see the free range cattle in the distance. The neighbors in the distance are not easily viewed from the property, and they are peaceful and quiet as well.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
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Amazing, unique … perfect!
This far exceeded our expectations! Shane has an amazing setup that makes you feel far away from the real world. The vintage trailer with it’s own outhouse and fire pit was perfect to celebrate our 20th anniversary. The Nest rocks!
absolutely great time with shane, really friendly and great amenities. Really cute camper with so many features and details such as the buddy heater and solar powered outlets in the camper. Sheets and bedding was clean, communal fire, kitchen, and showers were amazing. Had a great time hanging out with mike and shane around the fire after a long day of hiking, great guys.
Not for the fai t of heart
This camping experience is for a very particular type of adventurer. Think: traveling into the Australian outback. You HAVE to have a sturdy vehicle, best with 4-wheel something. It is not a road. It is a dirt/rock/pothole trail. The site is very quirky, quite raw but very playfully decorated. Strung lighting here and there. Very raw do it yourself communal 'kitchen'. We stayed in the purple camper fo 2 nights. Sort of set up for hippy-community engagement. Seems to be a work in progress. Only one other couple the second night. A bit creepy way out there in the middle of nowhere. At night. Beautiful stars.
Unique glamping experience.
Such a beautiful, off the grid place to stay. The view of the stars at night was breathtaking. All the animals were so cute and friendly. Eric was a great host.
There is so much to do. There is a pool table, darts, horseshoes, badminton, cornhole, and more.
The outhouse, the kitchenette, and the outdoor showers are amazing. Such a fun experience! It’s definitely a must stay on the way to the Grand Canyon.
Staying here was a wonderful experience. The camper is adorable with plenty of space inside and a comfortable bed. The temperature at night was nice and cool with a breeze, so it was not difficult to fall asleep there in July. The hosts are lovely and friendly, and there is plenty of privacy near the camper. The outdoor shower is dreamy! The shower head is made from a watering can! So cute. The common space is lovely, too. Would absolutely stay here again!
The best nest
Wow! What a surprise. We did a last minute booking to just try it and loved every minute of it. You have to read their description because it may not be for you. It’s off grid so don’t expect all the comforts you are used to. Dust, sun, communal living at its best. It’s def not for a one night thing - you must stay for a week- for the donkey, llama, alpaca, and the rooster. Fire pits are there, hammocks, billiard table, darts, and more. I wish we could stay longer. I had my 2yo, and 7yo and they both enjoyed the stay. They loved the animals, they met friends, and we even did rock paintings in the morning. Added plus is the amazing and fabulous hosts. First booking on hip camp and I am hooked.