When people go camping, it is often an opportunity to get tanked. We've come up with a healthier alternative to spiked libations. Come glamp in our renovated water tank. Basic essentials are provided; standard pergola, table, 2 chairs, water, firewood, basket of cooking utensils and paper goods and 2 queen size 4" sleeping pads on bunks. It can be cold, bring your sleeping
When people go camping, it is often an opportunity to get tanked. We've come up with a healthier alternative to spiked libations. Come glamp in our renovated water tank. Basic essentials are provided; standard pergola, table, 2 chairs, water, firewood, basket of cooking utensils and paper goods and 2 queen size 4" sleeping pads on bunks. It can be cold, bring your sleeping bag.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 88%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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All of the basics covered plus more! If you want to go camping but don’t have the gear this is the spot for you! Jim supplies the camp basics (cooking tools, firewood, chairs, water and lodging). The temps dipped into the low 30’s during our stay and the converted water tank kept us warm. There is a small propane heater inside! Other people in our group chose to sleep in tents so the whole group was happy.
The spot is very private with beautiful views of the mesa. Miles of walkable area surrounds.
Bonus-There is potable water at your site and a private pit toilet.
Fantastic tent site!
What an experience! One of the most unique sites within a few hours of LA... We spent one night and I wish we had booked a few more.
The site itself is as described in the HipCamp posting - very thoughtfully arranged, with cooking essentials, shaded picnic table, awesome tepid bath (it was 100F when we reached - and spending a few hours in the water was a godsend, especially with kids), fire ring (Jim, had dropped of some wood for us), and the tank itself is great: two large 'bunk' beds, plenty of windows... don't expect to get much of a reprieve from the heat during the day, but it cools down nicely at night.
Site is easy to locate, up a dirt road (no need for high-clearance vehicle).
Jim stopped by to say hi - and we had his dog come say hi the morning after. Super nice guy - and very thoughtful.
We had a great time staying at the water tank. We had a beautiful sunset, and enjoyed the soaking tub and stargazing later. The site was private and well maintained. We also loved getting a two dog welcome the next morning. The only criticism we had was that it was a bit tight for four, in particular for the two who slept in the top bunk.