This site has all you need for the perfect camp out. Fire pit , chairs and table, pit toilet, and a table for cooking . The views are great from this secluded spot. There is an antique wood burning stove to keep you warm. The cabin is off grid , no power, I have a few oil lamps. There is a water spigot 100 feet away. There is a sleeping nook in the cabin with a foam
This site has all you need for the perfect camp out. Fire pit , chairs and table, pit toilet, and a table for cooking . The views are great from this secluded spot. There is an antique wood burning stove to keep you warm. The cabin is off grid , no power, I have a few oil lamps. There is a water spigot 100 feet away. There is a sleeping nook in the cabin with a foam pad, bring your own blankets and sleeping bags please. Cabin is 10 foot by 12 foot. Kids camp free ! Wood for fire pit available 10$ a bundle , I will stock the cabin with firewood!! As a note we are at 6,500 feet in elevation at the base of the Sierra Nevada. We do get snow here occasionally , it does get down to freezing at night so be prepared for travel and camping in winter like conditions. Please check out the forecast before travelling. The cabin is winterised , the stove works great . There is a pit toilet. I will gladly refund any weather related cancellations. Please help keep the cost down for us by removing your trash and keeping the area clean.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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A perfect stay
As everyone else mentioned, a great stay! My dog and I loved it. It was so nice to have a shelter to stay in but it still felt like "camping." The cabin and the campsite and toilet were all very clean. The wood stove was actually too warm for us in mid-May. We used it the first night but it was too hot so skipped it after that. It dropped to 30-40s overnight but the heat from the day (in the 70s) made it warm and the insulation kept it warm enough overnight. I don't doubt it will keep you warm in the winter.
There were alot of sandflies so make sure you bring some bug spray for your dog! (I had it but didn't use it the first day and he got eaten alive)
Camp location was perfect to explore Mono Lake and also close to Bodie State Park. We took the backroad and didn't find it difficult at all.
A place of high resonance
Juniper Camp is a special place. The way the grounds are laid out provides both privacy and and a feeling of openness with the natural setting. The nights are scented of and illuminated by the awe inspiring starscape. It’s transporting.
This cabin was perfect. Everything you need for a cozy night in the Sierra. The insulation on the cabin is solid so even in cold evening temps we were super warm. George is a fantastic host and we definitely recommend a stay (or 20) here!
Juniper Camp was simply amazing. I needed to get away to a place that was off the beaten path, secluded, peaceful and beautiful and this fit perfectly. The photos that have been shared here don’t truly capture how breathtaking the scenery is in every direction. It’s located near the backroad to Bodie (the road was closed when we went), so that’s a great place to venture out to during the day. I will say that we really were excited to just get back to camp and relax. There’s a fire pit if you want a fire, gas grill, charcoal grill and a nice outdoor kitchen space to use the camp stove provided - might need to bring fuel (we brought our own stove). The cabin was super cozy, the stove kept it very warm and we were comfortable all night while it was in the 20’s outside. There’s a foam mattress on the sleeping platform - and! - you can gaze at the stars out the window as you doze off. I would imagine it being nice even in warmer weather as there were windows all through the cabin. My favorite moments were sitting outside, enjoying coffee while taking in the views and the quiet. Seriously, it’s so peaceful here. Found a nice spot to put up our hammock and what a great place for a nap in any weather! My daughter and pup had fun exploring the property. It’s pretty dusty and it got a bit windy in the late afternoon, so be prepared. Already planning a trip back to Juniper Camp...can’t wait.