- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
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We camped two weekends in a row. The place was very quiet and had full hookups. We left all day and i didn't worry one bit about anyone messing with my trailer. The first weekend was too windy for a fire the second was great and we had a nice fire.
Upon arrival my friend and I were a little skeptical of the grounds. We were able to find a nice secluded area amongst some small trees and brush. We moved a picnic table and arranged some rocks to make ourselves a nice little campfire ring and had a decent site put together. Toni came a little later in the evening to talk to us about the camp in ‘prime’ time when his buddies come with rvs and dirt bikes. Overall we made out alright, but is definitely not worth 40 bucks to just camp in all honesty. Considering when you camp at a national forest for 20 bucks get a nice campsite along with a table, metal campfire ring and normally toilets and running water. And at toni’s property the only bathroom we saw was a porta potty that was probably not cleaned since it’s arrival.
Also, the peacocks at the entrance were pretty cool but didn’t do the cool feather thing.
Don’t go there. it’s awful.
This was a shit hole. I was so disappointed. This was not at ALL what was represented in the pictures. Trash everywhere. Literally piles of trash. The water was a drip hose, no way to take a shower. The campsites are not maintained and it looks abandonnes. The pictures are LYING, they are from two years ago. Paying 40$ for this is an absolute joke, you are literally sleeping in a garbage dump.
I’m sorry to give bad review because Toni was nice to wait for us at late arrival, but I want following people to know what they are getting into.
We arrived late at night so we stayed but had we come during the day we would’ve turned around.
No s*** there i was
Upon arrival, Tony greeted us with a warm smile and the comment of “don’t worry, the site is empty because I’m kind of an a** hole”. We thought it was a little weird but we like late night adventures into the dark so we followed him willingly to his dilapidated junk yard he calls a camp ground.
At the junk yard... sorry... camp ground, there was a helicopter circling overhead with its spotlight on. Keith, after assuring he’d willingly head canoe any intruder by using his special expertise as an Army Ranger, decided to give us a safety brief about the dangerous reptiles in the desert that could harm us. I learned that if I tried to molest a side winder snake I’m an idiot and deserve to die. Fair enough, but weird flex. After a short conversation about he planned on pushing the Yakuza off his land and getting the rest of the property we were warmly settled in. Our view of the Pooh covered porta potty and the trash pile of baby diapers were nicely augmented by the aroma of the nearby marijuana farm. Ah, the serenity.
We had a nice conversation going when Tony came barging through the site, telling the sherif on the other end of his phone that he intended to kill a guy who might be tress passing on his site. I was just feeling blessed to be a part of it all. About an hour later we heard around 10 gun shots... now the party was started. After getting a restful sleep we woke up to the rest of the property that was lit by the warm morning sun. This included abandoned grills, an RV, a harem of peacocks a rogue German Shepard and the rest of the props from Mad Max. Anyways, we won’t come back, unless it’s to become the main character on a murder podcast episode, but it was a great experience either way. Thanks Tony.
Not at all what i was expecting
I booked a place to go camping for a couple nights and the pictures looked pretty nice and reviews seemed positive but when I showed up to this place I turned right around and left. Nothing in the description was accurate except for its location. All the amenities were either not yet available or overstated. The property is riddled with TRASH. Actual trash piles, broken glass, old bottles, bags, broken chairs, broken trampoline. Pipes and wiring laying about. Everything was covered in leaves and cobwebs and again, trash. This is absolutely not what I paid for and would not have paid anything to stay there. I honestly didn't feel safe. Everything was overgrown and there were branches and debris in all of the firepits so none were even able to be used.
Very good for my first official Hipcamp experience. Host was very informative and helpful, also a lot of great recommendations! They’ve started planting trees to get more shade in the area which will be amazing. Excited to see the entire place once they are all grown.
Directions may be a little hard at first but don’t overthink it, then you’ll be alright. 👍🏽
The Host Toni was awesome and very attentive, making sure we had everything or if needed anything. We got campsite for 2 days but unfortunately did not stay second night it was def a rugged camping site bare minimum and lots of bugs if privacy and bare minimum camping is what your looking for this is it for sure very quiet peaceful and simple!