Perfect spot for complete silence and isolation in the beautiful Californian desert. This is a spot for campers to enjoy the valley view at sunrise or sunset, take a walk or climb around the quartz filled rock structures, dirt bike or 4-wheel down desert dirt roads or just play in the sand. Truly perfect stargazing with no interference from city lights or noise.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Antelope Valley in California.
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Nice and simple
I liked the spot, a nice little place to get out to for a night. It was very sandy but it is possible with 2wd for sure if you play your cards right and know how to navigate sandy areas with patience. It’s a bit close to the main road but if you look the other way there are beautiful rocks you can hike up to that resemble jumbo rocks from Joshua tree national park so that was awesome.
Had a great stay here. The directions were good, and the sandy road in was not too difficult for our car (4WD). Enjoyed the soft sand ground and interesting plant life. Had some strong winds but not so strong that we couldn’t build and sit around a campfire at night.
Perfect spot for quick getaway
This place was incredible- an hour and a half from LA, gorgeous isolated spot on a hill overlooking the valley, rocks to climb and Joshua Trees to adore. As with most of the best places to camp, highly recommend arriving during daylight. It did get very windy, but that was just timing, and you do have to haul your stuff 50 yards from parking to camp, but it’s all worth it. Spectacular!
Do not go without 4 wheel drive
Although the initial path up seems well padding from other tire tracks, it’s not packed in enough and my car almost got stuck a few times. Then the turn into the campsite had such a large and deep divot I knew my car couldn’t pass so I pulled to the side - when I tried to reverse my car rolled forward first and got stuck. Had to get a tow truck out and it cost me $250. Tow truck operator said no way that side road is safe for any cars without 4 wheel drive and that I wouldn’t have made it back had I made it past this part of the road anyways. I didn’t spend the night.
Easy to find, quiet and clean!
Emily’s directions were precise and easy to follow. I was led to a quaint and convenient little spot, very cute and clean. It was the perfect place to stay...even in a pinch! It’s was just all so easy!