Enjoy the beautiful landscape of Antelope Valley with your own private and secluded desert getaway. Located in the Lake Los Angeles area with direct access to Saddleback Butte State Park. Enjoy the super-bloom wildflowers, awe-inspiring flyby's from Edwards Airfield and miles of off-roading trails. 90 Minutes from LA. After booking you will receive a camp guide and direction
Enjoy the beautiful landscape of Antelope Valley with your own private and secluded desert getaway. Located in the Lake Los Angeles area with direct access to Saddleback Butte State Park. Enjoy the super-bloom wildflowers, awe-inspiring flyby's from Edwards Airfield and miles of off-roading trails. 90 Minutes from LA. After booking you will receive a camp guide and directions that you will need to reach the site.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Camp NadaLotta in California.
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The site was as described and the compost toilet was easy to use. Stargazing was amazing. Definitely bring your own shade! We did the OHV trail around the mountain as we all had 4WD. The only thing I would note is that due to the campsite being right next to the OHV road, on the weekend there were a lot of people driving by to get to the road, so it wasn't very quiet or peaceful.
It was great! Very secluded. Love having a toilet and everything was as clean as could be expected. However make sure you really pay attention to the directions they provide you with because it’s easy to lose your way.
Nice spot, we’ve stayed before and had a great time but this time the wind was way too strong, making it tough to do anything at the site and even hard to sleep with the wind against the tent. Would try again and hope the wind died down.
Relaxing weekend getaway
A nice escape to get off the grid for a weekend! Our dog loved roaming around and sunbathing, the kids loved climbing the big rock mountain, and having a campfire and s'mores while star gazing was awesome! The only thing we noticed was that wasn't any sawdust provided for the compost toilet but other than that, all was great.
The site was beautifully secluded and immersed in the desert life. Definitely “camping/nature vibes” for sure. A few of my friends and I went for a quick trip for the weekend to get away and outdoors. It took us longer than expected to find the site once we got on the dirt road. I think having signs along the road to the camp would be VERY helpful instead of the single one on the site. Our 4wd did get stuck in sand at the site and took a good chunk of brain power and time to resolve the issue. Besides that, it was great!! Would definitely go again.
We had SUCH a good time. Thank you for sharing this space with us. The toilet was truly a magical experience (feels weird to say but very real). The mountains near by were extremely alluring and it was great to be in the desert and mountains simultaneously. You can see some civilization in the distance and we hear a bit of music one night, but we had fun walking towards it and overall everything was THUMBS UP.