This 5 acre property is located 6 minutes north on Highway 395 of Kramer Junction. Less than a mile north of the Old Boron Air force base converted to Boron Prison , that is now closed down. You are not far from gas, food and other needs if you come prepared. GPS coordinates available. You may bring an off road vehicle or bring horses, its entirely up to you, just do not dam
This 5 acre property is located 6 minutes north on Highway 395 of Kramer Junction. Less than a mile north of the Old Boron Air force base converted to Boron Prison , that is now closed down. You are not far from gas, food and other needs if you come prepared. GPS coordinates available. You may bring an off road vehicle or bring horses, its entirely up to you, just do not damage the natural surroundings, or leave any waste behind.
- Check in: After 6AM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Mojave Desert Camping 5 Acres in California.
Places to see near Pieters Ranch
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Do not fear sand! Remember to bring your own water and lots of it. The desert is one of the most beautiful places I have been, especially in early May. Flowers, hidden oasis, wildlife galore. Nights can get very cold. We even got about 3 inches of snow late one night with a rainbow. My morning it was gone. This is a must do.
Private, remote and not worth price
Area is not well marked. We aren't sure we were on the right property. Not easy to turn around a 36' 5th wheel. No one around at all so the privacy was terrific. Not a lot of level ground and drive in was bumpy. Great for Jeep's or motocross, but would not necessarily pay $41 to dry camp out there again.
As advertised, relatively remote and undisturbed, with miles of dirt roads for hiking, biking, etc. Far enough off the highway to feel secure and quiet; near enough to be a convenient waypoint. The directions, while accurate, could've been better; it would have helped to know that what appears on Google maps and in the host's directions as Rosewood Blvd is only marked on the ground with a BLM signpost as RM91, and the Air Force tower very near the site might have been mentioned as a useful landmark. Given the complete lack of both amenities and communication from the host, next time I'd spend my money on maps instead and camp on the adjacent BLM land for free.
Staying at the Mojave Desert Camping Area was a fun and unique camping experience. There is tons of room for finding a camp spot and doing activities. Pets and fires are allowed which are really cool aspects of the area and you can also ride off road vehicles or horses on this land too. There are no designated camp sites and all areas are primitive camping so this camp area probably wont get fully booked very easily which is nice. Other than that this was a cool, simple camping area that offers beautiful desert views and tons of space to ride, explore and play games!