Luxury cabins near Apple Valley

Hot springs, off-roading, mountain peaks, and rock climbing—Apple Valley brings bushels of fun.

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Get Lost Inn - Cabin Rentals

36 sites · Lodging1 acre · Running Springs, CA
Escape to the San Bernardino mountains and experience the ultimate mountain retreat! Whether you're looking for a cozy cabin for a romantic getaway, or a spacious lodge for a family vacation, we've got you covered. With a dozen stunning cabins to choose from, we offer the perfect accommodation for all seasons and activities. Embrace the winter wonderland with skiing and snowboarding, or explore the great outdoors with hiking, rock climbing, and fishing. Or simply unwind and relax in the serene mountain surroundings. Our cabins are conveniently located in Green Valley Lake, Big Bear, Running Springs, and Lake Arrowhead, each offering its own unique charm and adventure. Let us be your host and create unforgettable memories that will last a lifetime. Book your stay with us today and discover the magic of the San Bernardino mountains!
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Creekside Vintage Cabins w/hot tubs

3 sites · Lodging1 acre · Forest Falls, CA
Two Cabins to choose from, each with its own vintage charm. Both on the same dirt road across the street from each other, separate properties, both with their own private hot tubs, kitchen, claw foot tub in bathroom, heating. Rent separate or rent both and bring your friends! Here are the special additions at each cabin: Creekside Cabin: 468 sq. ft, a beautiful deck backing up to the national forest, with propane fire pit, and charcoal bbq, overlooking fresh water creek, outdoor shower, large fireplace, open floor plan, living room with cozy queen bed, open to upstairs loft 2 full beds, and a twin bed. This cabin has the option to add the vintage trailer in the driveway June - October only as an additional space. Does not have electricity, bathroom or heating for $75 per day. Trailer not available other times of the year due to cold night temps. Vintage 1937 Cabin: larger indoor space 1304 sq. ft. , a rock front patio, Wood stove in living room, open to upstairs loft 2 full beds, private large bedroom with another wood stove w/ queen bed and twin fold out couch, laundry room, enclosed patio with gas bbq. Requires 4 wheel drive and chains or two wheel drive and chains during winter storm snow days due to remote location. Big falls waterfall is just a short hike away, as well as the trailhead for Vivian creek Trail. Come spend time nestled in the Coulter Pines, oaks, and maple trees. Your neighbors are raccoons, and bears, property is situated on the edge of the San Bernardino National Forest at the top of the mountain. You truly feel like you're in the high Sierras just 1.5 hours from Los Angeles. Big Bear Lake is a 45 minute drive away. In town you will find Elkhorn General Store and El Mexicano Mexican Restaurant, both close early:). San Bernardino County Short Term Residential Rental Unit Permit CESTRP-2022-00524
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The Little Red Box - Big Bear cabin

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Big Bear City, CA
Come stay at this adorable tiny cabin, close to many of the attractions Big Bear has to offer. 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom and a great open living room with dining area and woodburning stove. All the necessities are stocked in the small fully functional kitchen. Full size refrigerator and stove, pots, dishes and utensils for your use. Microwave, coffee maker and toaster oven as well. This place is tiny but mighty, you will find all the comforts of home. Bring your furry friends to play in the fenced backyard. New deck and hot tub for those chilly nights.
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Desert Escape Horizons

6 sites · Lodging5 acres · Landers, CA
A beautiful afternoon in the Mojave Desert is a scene of stark yet captivating beauty. The sky is a brilliant, unbroken blue, stretching endlessly over the vast, rugged landscape. The sun hangs high, casting a golden hue over the desert floor, where the sandy earth is punctuated by scattered rocks and hardy shrubs like creosote bush and sagebrush. The weather is clear and dry, creating shimmering mirages on the horizon. The air is filled with the subtle, earthy scent of sun-baked soil and desert flora. In the distance, jagged mountains and mesas rise against the sky, their contours softened by the afternoon light. A gentle breeze stirs, bringing a slight but welcome relief from the sun. Occasionally, a desert hare or a roadrunner darts across the scene, moving quickly among the shadows of the sparse Joshua trees and cholla cacti. The quiet is profound, broken only by the rustling of the wind and the faint calls of distant birds. As the afternoon progresses, the shadows lengthen, adding depth and contrast to the landscape. The play of light and shadow reveals the intricate textures of the desert, from the ripples in the sand to the rugged sent of the creosote bush. The overall effect is one of serene, almost surreal beauty, a testament to the unique and enduring allure of the Mojave Desert. A beautiful night unfolds under a vast, star-studded sky. As the sun sets, the sky transitions through a breathtaking palette of colors—deep purples, fiery oranges, and soft pinks—before settling into the rich, velvety darkness of night. The air cools significantly, bringing a refreshing chill that contrasts sharply with the day’s warmth. The stillness of the desert night is profound, broken only by the occasional whisper of a breeze rustling through the creosote bushes and Joshua trees. The scent of sagebrush becomes more pronounced, mingling with the crisp, clean air. The stars shine with remarkable clarity and brightness, un-obscured by city lights. Constellations are easily visible, and the Milky Way stretches across the sky like a luminous river. The desert’s elevated vantage point offers an unparalleled view of the cosmos, making stargazing a mesmerizing experience. The moon, if present, casts a soft, silvery glow over the landscape, illuminating the rugged terrain and casting long, ethereal shadows. The light plays off the rocky outcrops and sand, creating a serene, almost otherworldly atmosphere. Coyotes might be heard in the distance, their calls echoing across the open expanse. Occasionally, the silhouette of a nocturnal creature—such as a jackrabbit or a desert fox—can be seen moving quietly through the underbrush. This tranquil and awe-inspiring setting invites quiet contemplation and a deep connection with nature, showcasing the high desert’s stark yet captivating beauty under the infinite night sky.
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The Nook

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Lake Arrowhead, CA
The Nook is a cozy, rustic cabin nestled in the San Bernardino National Forest and on the edge of the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT). Wake slowly to the sounds of the creek running in the backyard. Have a glass of wine while forest bathing. Take a hike to Deep Creek. The Nook is the perfect escape! Check out our Instagram @thenook_lakearrowhead
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The Engels Nest

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Green Valley Lake, CA
Been coming to this magical part of the San bernardino mountains since I was a little girl. I learned to ski here when there was an old ski hill and tow ropes! Lots of mountain trails to hit! My Father and Grandfather both spent time here and nothing has changed! We just recently remodeled our little slice of heaven! It is single story with all open beam ceilings, wood floors throughout and hiking right out the door to miles and miles of trails! Stunning sunsets, a cute town with lots of live music. You will fall in Love with Green Valley Lake!
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Circadian Ranch

2 sites · Lodging2 acres · Pioneertown, CA
Circadian Ranch is located in the prestigious and remote Pipes Canyon area of the Hi Desert. The landscape is like no other in the area. Sometimes you may feel like you are in an African desert of Kenya. This is a very special and magical place. We designed this space to be the ultimate off grid experience. Set on 2.5 acres of private land, Vast 360 degree views, Shared luxury bathroom /shower is located about 100 ft from the door. We are: 100% Solar powered with 2x Tesla battery power back up Zero EMF Well water
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Holistic Health Day Spa & Lodge

8 sites · Lodging, RVs3 acres · Wrightwood, CA
Holistic Health Day Spa & Lodge is located 6,300 ft in the Los Angeles National Forest. This site is located in the breathtaking mountains of Wrightwood, C.A. The property is located on approximately three (3) acres of rural land. Approximately, five (5) miles west is many hiking adventures not to mention zip-line! Fishing is always a relaxing way to start or end your day at our local lake. So come on up to to a relaxing, and fun-filled day and camp out with us ! You just may stay longer than you want! This private space is a large 600 square foot open wall suite. It offers a king size bed, with two additional pull out twin sofa beds. This suite sleeps up to 4 comfortably. We do not exceed four guests. Please message us about our Signature Spa Treatments & Packages! We can also accommodate special themes, business gatherings and presentations. Please message us for details. We have a large back patio with cooking grills, Screen Projector and screen for outdoor theater. We also offer a wide range of Holistic Day Spa Services.
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Cozy cabin getaway Johnson Valley

1 site · Lodging5 acres · Johnson Valley, CA
Big desert views in Johnson Valley. Feels off-grid but with comfortable amenities, natural light abounds. 1950s pink brick cabin with modern updates. 5 min to KOH, 18 min to Landers, 40 min to Joshua Tree Park entrance. ⦾1 bedroom/1 bath ⦾ 5 acres & dog friendly (more info below) ⦾ Full kitchen with dishwasher, Subzero fridge, Blendtec blender, etc. ⦾ Central A/C & heat ⦾ 25+ mbps Wifi & projector smart Roku TV ⦾ Private hot tub under the stars ⦾ Outdoor seating ⦾ Twin futon sofa bed + twin cot Welcome to our much-loved desert cabin! This is an original 1958 pink brick cabin with with lots of modern upgrades for a comfortable and cozy getaway. Black marble tile floors, small 575 square foot cabin with big views on our 5 acre property. Great place to stay for off-roading. Plenty of parking for your toys next to the cabin. For our summer guests: We have a very strong central A/C throughout. I have stayed here in 114 degree heat and it has still been cool and comfortable inside. For our winter guests: We have an indoor pellet fireplace which keeps the living room warm, and our bed has a dual-control heating pad (each side can choose their own heat level), and there is a radiant wall heater in the bathroom. There is also central heating for the especially cold nights--please use only when necessary as we are on electric only here and the central heater is not very energy efficient. Our hot tub is designed to stay hot all the time so we always have it set for 100 degrees so it's ready to go when you arrive. Backyard has firepit for cold winter nights to enjoy the stars. We are available through the app or phone any time during your stay and also have local contacts available as well for any on-site emergencies. We're located in Johnson Valley, just about 5 minutes to King of the Hammers/Johnson Valley OHV area, 17 minutes to the Integratron, 18 minutes to La Copine Restaurant, 35 minutes to downtown Joshua Tree, 40 min to Joshua Tree Park West entrance, 45 min to Big Bear. We are just near the "Valley Vista Airport" if you want a better sense of the location. 4 adults max per reservation. Guest count must be accurate on reservation to see the correct pricing. Easy keyless entry with electronic Yale lock. KITCHEN: High-quality Calphalon cookware and bakeware, KitchenAid standing mixer, Chicago Cutlery knives, cooking utensils, coffee bean grinder and drip coffee maker with filters, compact rice maker and slow cooker, Blendtec blender, microwave, compact dishwasher, large Subzero fridge, compact freezer, electric hot water kettle, toaster, breakfast/counter for working or enjoying meals with desert views. BEDROOM: features a very comfy queen Keetsa mattress with premium Parachute percale linens. Dual control heating pad to stay toasty to your preference in the colder months. Qi wireless phone chargers on nightstands. We have blackout shades and blinds, but please note they're definitely not 100% blackout as some light will come in around the edges. Bedside lights with pink Himalayan salt bulbs for low, ambient lighting. LIVING ROOM: Boconcept futon sofa bed. Please use provided mattress protector over sofa if setting it up as a bed. We also provide a pack n play crib upon request. Electronic projector with Roku smart TV, record player with records to enjoy, books to borrow. Indoor pellet fireplace. INFO ABOUT PETS: Dogs must be pre-approved before booking (please provide age, size, breed, etc.) to make sure they're a good fit for our place. There is a $50 pet fee per dog per reservation ($50 fee applies weekly for bookings of 7 days or longer). Please note no dogs on furniture and dogs cannot be left alone in the house at any time. There is doggie daycare for $18/day at Blue Barn Ranch or $30/day at Joshua Tree Pet Resort. We have real marble floors and ask you ensure your dogs have trimmed nails before they arrive that will not scratch them. Please note our property is not fenced. We have a neighbor that walks by each morning with 2 large and friendly dogs around 6:30-7am. There are coyotes and other wild animals that can be in the area so dogs should never be let out alone after dark. We do have a compact washer/dryer and only give access only for stays 5 or more nights. Please keep in mind we are on hauled water and usage should be within reason. OUTDOOR AMENITIES: We have a sitting area with wood firepit. Please note we do not provide firewood--they can be purchased at any local grocery store. If we have some there you are welcome to use it, but we don’t guarantee we will supply it or replenish if it runs out during your stay. If you are coming for a long stay and would like a lot of firewood, our neighbor can give you a quote to deliver. HOT TUB: No glass around or in hot tub, we have plastic cups provided. Please place hot tub cover on wood surround or rocks below, not on the ground/dirt. Please rinse off in the shower and wipe dirt/sand off your feet before entering hot tub. All 4 buckles on the cover and extra sandbags must be secured when not in use—it gets very windy here and the cover could easily blow away. Hot tub can be used any time, but please respect our neighbors and keep noise to a minimum after 10pm. ***Please note our hot tub gets serviced weekly on Fridays*** TV/INTERNET: We have a Roku TV with basic live channels as well as typical smart apps. Our wifi is 25 down/5 up and we typically actually get those speeds or a bit more on our tri-band mesh network with coverage both inside and outside the house. I have been able to watch streaming TV plus use my laptop to work at the same time without any issues. However please note when it gets especially windy, the internet can go in and out. DESERT/CABIN STUFF TO CONSIDER!! Please be aware we are in the actual desert! We have lots of nature around us and you will see some bugs and critters during your stay. We recommend keeping door closed at all times whenever possible to prevent bugs from getting in. During the summer there are lots of flies--if you leave doors open they will get inside. We have eco-friendly bug spray provided. In order to reach the house you'll need to drive about a mile down a dirt road. It's generally well-maintained and easy to drive, any type of car should be able to drive it (including regular sedans, etc.). However if there's heavy rain, it's possible it could be too muddy for 2-wheel drive vehicles. I have been able to get here without a problem in my 2WD SUV in the rain and even snow, but we are at the mercy of Mother Nature! Due to their age and not having screens, the windows are not to be opened (they are difficult to close and require multiple people and possibly tools to close them, tons of bugs go inside if left open, etc.). You can run the A/C on fan only if you want air circulation without A/C, but guests are not permitted to open them. We are on a water tank which means you need to be aware of willing to be conscious of your water use. Due to being on hauled water and septic and high electric costs, absolutely no filling up, emptying, or hooking up power of RVs, electric cars, trailers, etc. We have plenty of room if you want to park them on our property. We have two partially buried storage containers which we have created a barrier edge around the top, but guests need to be very cautious around the edges as there is a steep drop off on the other side of the barrier. In general guests need to take extreme care if choosing to walk around the yard as there may be steps and inclines that may be dangerous to walk on. There are animals and sharp desert plants on the property which could be dangerous to pets, children, or even adults. Guests exploring the property or letting their children/pets wander around the property do so at their own risk. If you drive off of the gravel areas of the driveway, you could get stuck in the sand, especially if your car does not have 4-wheel drive. We recommend to only drive and park on the areas with the gray rocks. As we are in an area where water is an especially precious resource, please be mindful of running the dishwasher or washing machine only when it's full, and if possible at night when the energy costs are lower. No electric car charging--if you charge your car or use any energy heavy equipment you will be charged an additional $50/day, or for actual cost of the extra usage above our average daily use, whichever is higher. This is a high fire hazard area, use of the firepit or smoking outside must be done with extreme care. Any fires in the firepit and cigarette butts must be fully extinguished and cannot be left unattended. Sometimes during high winds the county prohibits fires. It can get quite windy is this area, so we do not recommend leaving anything outside that could blow away or get knocked over. For this reason no inside furniture or linens can go outside at any time. Outdoor blankets must be taken with you when you go back inside. When it's especially windy power and/or internet can go in and out. Some carriers get service at our house, but the most reliable method is to turn your phone into airplane mode and connect to the wifi. In the Summer: A/C should be turned off or left at 78 when leaving the house for extended periods of time. Door should always be closed when A/C is on. In the Winter: Heating should be turned off or left at 65 when leaving the house for extended periods of time. Door should always be closed when heating is on.
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Gold Mountain Haven-Big Bear cabin

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Big Bear City, CA
This stylish knotty pine and beam cabin is close to many activities Big Bear, California has to offer. This cabin has been updated to provide a charming, comfortable stay with modern amenities while preserving the mountain cabin feel. All appliances and furnishings are new. Fully equipped kitchen, 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. A fenced front, side and rear yard with HOT TUB provide ample outdoor space to enjoy mountain setting. Close to town, grocery stores and activities. Near Gold Mountain and many outdoor activities, hiking, forest and nature.
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Underneath The Stars Big Bear

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Big Bear City, CA
↓ ↓ MESSAGE US TO CHECK AVAILABILITY AND PRICING ↓ ↓ Our family loves to get away from the city and be surrounded by nature whether it is in the mountains or near the sea. Our cabin in the mountains is the perfect place to unwind for us, it is our home away from home. We love to travel and find new and exciting places to explore and create memories together as a family. IF YOU ARE A GUEST AT OUR CABIN: Tag us @UnderneathTheStarsBigBear and use #UnderneathTheStarsBigBear
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Quaint Cabin at Big Bear Lake!

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Big Bear Lake, CA
Black Fern Hollow is quaint cabin in the Moonridge neighborhood of Big Bear Lake. Conveniently located, it is walking distance to the slopes, hiking trails & more. With a few minutes in the car, you will find your self in the legendary Big Bear Village or the shores of the Lake. Inside you will find a cozy haven to recharge for your adventures. Drink your coffee on the wrap around deck or cozy up by the fire and relax. About the Cabin - ~2 Bed, 2 Bath - 840 sq ft~TV's with Amazon Fire sticks in each room~Wood burning fireplace~Wrap around deck~BBQ~Work-ready WiFi Local Amenities - 2 Miles to trail head, 4 Miles to Bear Mountain, 6 Miles to Big Bear Alpine Zoo, 1.8 Miles to Snow Summit, 3.4 Miles to the Village Shops and Restaurants, 5.7 Miles to Boulder Bay Park at the Lake The Details: OCCUPANCY - Max 4 PersonsMax 2 Cars NO PARTIES - Parties of any kind are prohibited. CAMERAS - For the safety and security of our guests and the property, there are 4 exterior security cameras monitoring the entire perimeter. WINTER CONSIDERATIONS - Chains are required during the entire winter season. Please check the forecast and road conditions in advance. Often, local authorities will not let you up the mountain without chains if road conditions require them.
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Luxury cabins near Apple Valley guide

Overview

Despite the disappearance of Apple Valley’s orchards, this tiny town in San Bernardino County provides delicious options for a sweet escape. Nestled between Victorville and Hesperia, campers find captivating cabin rentals, grounds for glamping, and a range of nearby campgrounds offering fully equipped RV and tent sites. Discover the history of this beautiful area by visiting the Apple Valley Legacy Museum, take an iconic selfie at The California Route 66 Museum in nearby Victorville, or become immersed in the interactive exhibits at the Victor Valley Museum. Outdoor adventures with a peek into the past await all campers at the southern edge of the Mojave Desert.

Where to go

California Citrus State Historic Park

Ax the apples and sip some citrus at California Citrus State Historic Park about an hour north of Apple Valley. Despite no camping directly in the park, there are plenty of options in the surrounding areas. Campers won’t need to go far before finding cabin rentals, tent sites, full RV hookups, and mountain retreats. Open year-round, this gracious grove provides the perfect place to kick back, relax, and enjoy some juice. Greeted by an old-fashioned juice stand, visitors can book guided tasting tours of the orchards, explore exhibits in the museum, or test their treasure-hunting skills with some geocaching.

Holcomb Valley

Head about an hour southeast to Holcomb Valley, and discover a piece of the past existing in the present. Once one of the richest gold-mining areas, travelers now trek here for camping, hiking, rock climbing, and water sports. Work your way up to Holcomb Crossing Group Camping with an elevation of 5,292 feet, marvel at the mountainous campsites, or tuck away into the trees. As an added bonus, explore some spooky sites in the nearby ghost town of Belleville.

Mojave Narrows Regional Park

Grab some fishing rods, and saddle up the horses as you head to Mojave Narrows Regional Park. With surrounding lakes and an on-site splash pad, this campground is a great way to cool things down in the desert sun. Tent sites on the shoreline of Horseshoe Lake, access to fully-equipped RV spots, or group Equestrian-style adventures let campers take to nature in whatever floats their boat—literally! Horseshoe Lake and Pelican Lake make this the perfect park for canoeing, kayaking, and paddleboarding.

When to go

Camping near Apple Valley in April, May, September, and October is best, as these shoulder season months offer the beginning and end of warmer weather with a chance of seeing the springtime desert bloom in April and May. The Apple Valley climate is welcoming year-round, and draws campers in for every season to rest, recharge, and breathe in the open air.

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