Glamping near Crestline with swimming

The area offers everything from private outdoor hideaways to family-friendly campgrounds.

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Bowen Ranch Hot Spring Camp Retreat

14 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents180 acres · Lake Arrowhead, CA
Relax and recharge at this 160 acre off the grid campground surrounded by beautiful natural desert scenery and mountain views, and located just a short hike away from Deep Creek Hot Springs. Set up your own tent and campsite or rent one of our furnished glamping tents to stay while on the property. Events welcome! Check out our private hot spring pool sites and private cold spring pool sites we have available. Property hosts up to 300 guests.
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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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Mountain View RV

45 sites · Lodging16 acres · Banning, CA
Learn more about this land:The entire estate is enclosed with a chain link fence, as the perimeter of the Northern and southern parcels not so much for security but for animal control in, or out. deer, coyotes, rabbits, and wild life. There could be emergency access to the main house land which has showers, and bathrooms, community kitchen, community Olympic swimming pool Tennis, curt basketball court and much more. 14 miles from Morongo Casino, 35 miles for Cochlea Events, Historical area of Banning. downtown.
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Snow Bunny Cottage

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Green Valley Lake, CA
Relax at this newly listed cottage cabin. Our mountain retreat getaway, playfully nicknamed "Snow Bunny Cottage", sits on a hill at a quiet cul-de-sac. A cozy yet fully furnished cabin, nestled under tall gorgeous trees and includes private parking for 2-vehicles. The cabin is a few minutes walking distance to the private Lake in addition to the San Bernardino National Forest. A few miles further out is the Snow Valley Ski resort. Snow Bunny Cottage is a perfect hidden gem.A large deck under string lights greets you as you enter the property. A BBQ grill is available for use. Enjoy a BBQ experience with your loved ones and relax and take in the beautiful moon lit evenings.Green Valley Lake offers seasonal fishing, heavy snow during the winter and a picturesque forest, with the charm of a close knit mountain community. Both Big Bear and Lake Arrowhead are only a few minutes away and in between an abundance of trails for adventure seekers and off road enthusiasts.We offer high-speed internet for those wishing to work from the comfort of the cabin! A large 55" TV is situated above the fireplace with cable television, for those Netflix and chill nights. The fireplace is available for our guests use, however guests must supply their own firewood. We gladly welcome pet companions, however they must be approved prior to arrival.This wonderful little cabin is not just a vacation rental property, it is also our personal home during the offseason. We kindly request and insist that you are respectful of our neighbors, our cabin and household items. Please kindly read and agree with our house rules prior to booking. Kindly let us know what we can do to make your stay as enjoyable as possible!
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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 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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Mosaic Springs Resort

5 sites · Lodging1 acre · Desert Hot Springs, CA
MOSAIC SPRINGS RESORT The perfect getaway in the Coachella Valley sun is waiting for you at Mosaic Springs Resort - a relaxing desert acreage between Palm Springs and Joshua Tree National Park. Our little piece of paradise offers beautiful views of both the San Jacinto and San Gorgonio mountains, a firepit under the stars (s’mores included), 24/7 access to the Coffee Bar next to a trickling waterfall and koi pond, hammocks, yoga areas, outdoor games, our friendly dog, Jessie,and chickens to welcome you to your vacation. Less than a mile away are world-class but affordable mineral spas, or drive a short fifteen minutes to vibrant downtown Palm Springs for shopping and sightseeing. The adventurer in you can be satisfied with nature walks, hiking, and rock climbing in nearby Joshua Tree National Park. Experience the Desert Hot Springs area’s “energy vortex” of mineral springs, the San Andreas fault line, and windmills generating renewable energy. Be sure to keep your own energy renewed in the desert heat with evaporative coolers blowing refreshingly cool, moist air inside each tent and cold water provided in outdoor areas. In the winter months, we provide electric blankets for a cozy, comfortable sleep! A full bath (with complete hot/cold plumbing) plus an additional half bath are provided with easy access from the tents. We hope to see you soon at Mosaic Springs Resort - the hottest spot in Southern California! ABOUT YOUR HOSTS Matt and Diana were raised on Midwestern hospitality, and they enjoy offering it to you in a peaceful desert getaway. Married for 25 years, they both add their own special touches to the retreat. Diana's love for interior decorating flows through the areas with vibrant colors, convenient amenities and comfortable features that help you feel right at home...even in details like special treats for that late-night snack. You'll see Matt's creativity as a writer and producer in some original artwork and his love for unique, custom-made yard games and putting greens. Having launched three children into adulthood, they have looked forward to this time of using their freedom and talents to provide you with a pleasant, private place to rest and relax. Diana's professional background spans business development, real estate and education while Matt's includes marketing, copywriting, producing and business startups. They look forward to hosting you soon!
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Basecamp 138 Desert Ranch

2 sites · Lodging10 acres · Piñon Hills, CA
Our ranch is for those who enjoy mother nature and want to experience the outdoors as it should be.... in its natural state. We strive for minimal impact and want to share our ranch and its beauty with all of our guests who visit from all over the world. Basecamp 138 is Joshua Tree NP without the crowds!!
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Adventure Awaits

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Green Valley Lake, CA
This is a cabin that has a large loft area and one bath. It has a fully equipped kitchen and front porch for outdoor dining. Easy access to trails and ski resort. We have access to the Green Valley lake where you can paddle board, kayak or canoe. Fireplace for those cold nights. Loft upstairs sleeps four comfortably.
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Sky Ranch in Big Bear

5 sites · Lodging5 acres · Big Bear, CA
This is a truly unique piece of land, for travelers who want to experience pure nature and the spirit of a bygone age. The ranch sits at 7,000 feet, surrounded by towering old-growth Jeffrey pines. While nearly all the other camping spots in Big Bear Valley are packed tightly together, as soon as you enter our private five-acre Sky Ranch, you can discover true seclusion. This land was homesteaded by a Swiss woman, who called it home from 1915 until 1988. Step onto the broad wooden Star Deck, and you're looking at an alpine forest which has changed little since the Serrano Indians first arrived here 3,000 years ago. There are no homes visible -- and immediately adjacent to your camping spot, you'll find the trails of the San Bernardino National Forest, winding through hundreds of square miles of pure nature. This property is quiet night and day, the perfect break from harried city life. The only sounds you're likely to hear are wind through the trees, and birds which glide from tree to tree. And when the brilliant colors of sunset subside, thousands of stars emerge to remind you of why the Milky Way got its name. -------------------------------- * Yes, dogs can come too! * During holidays, we may ask a 3-night minimum stay. * For special events, see calendar at Big Bear website. -------------------------------- The Sky Ranch is adjacent to hundreds of square miles of forest. The famous Pacific Crest Trail, which stretches 2,663 miles from Canada to Mexico, passes just east of us. This land is a perfect retreat — whether you’re escaping the city or taking a break from a PCT trek. Even on big holiday weekends, you'll be completely isolated from traffic and crowds. In the Summer, Big Bear Valley offers countless hiking trails, boating and fishing in the lake, mountain and road biking, horseback riding, golf, ziplining, the zoo, and many other outdoor activities. In Winter, there's skiing/boarding, snowshoeing, sledding, and more. For kids, there's a "fort," swings, and a huge sandbox in a boat. They're also welcome to help feed our chickens. That's always a big hit! And we have a telescope for stargazing. Some guests swear they can feel the spirits of the Native Americans and others who lived here. Is it real? You tell us. * * * About Town: The nearest stores and restaurants are within five minutes by car or bus. The center of Big Bear Lake is 10 to 20 minutes away, and offer scores of restaurants, boutiques, and galleries. There are also two supermarkets, multiple drug stores, and a hospital. Also within minutes by car/bus are... > Two ski and snowboard resorts, Snow Summit and Bear Mountain, offering 26 lifts and 55 runs. There are excellent schools and family areas, as well as serious terrain parks and an Olympic-size halfpipe. This is where Shaun White learned to fly! > Big Bear's famous alpine lake, which offers fishing, all forms of boating, and other water sports. > Stanfield Marsh Boardwalk & Wildlife Preserve, where you can stroll the boardwalk, have a picnic in the gazebo, or just sit and enjoy the lake and mountain views. > The U.S. Forest Service Discovery Center, which offers a variety of nature programs. > A truly remarkable animal park -- one of only two alpine zoos in the U.S. -- housing grizzlies, wood bison, cougars, timber wolves, eagles, and much more. > Big Bear Valley Museum. Although you're staying in one of the rarest historical homes in California, the museum has some great exhibits as well, including an example of a stamp mill which was used to crush gold ore in the era when this cabin was built. > Bear Mountain Golf Course. At 7,000 feet, it's an entirely different game. For those seeking a true wilderness adventure, the San Bernardino Mountains offer spectacular terrain. While the Serranos have called these mountains home for many centuries, Europeans didn't venture into this rugged land till 1850. It's one of the youngest mountain ranges in the world (in geological terms) and features scores of steep, challenging peaks, which stretch from the natural hot springs of Deep Creek in the west, to huge Yucca forests in the east. 11,500-foot Mount San Gorgonio, named by Spanish missionaries in the early 17th century, is at the center of the first designated wilderness area in America. Also known as "Old Greyback," San Gorgonio and the 11 surrounding peaks over 10,000 feet are home to an extremely rare herd of bighorn sheep. The headwaters of the Santa Ana and Mojave rivers offer premier wild trout streams such as Bear Creek, accessible only by foot. Hundreds of miles of unpaved National Forest roads offer every type of off-road experience -- ranging from an easy drive to Pioneertown, to the most radical 4WD trails imaginable (11 Difficults, six Most Difficults). The Cabin is right in the middle of the major routes. After a day here, you may find it hard to believe that you're just 100 miles (and perhaps a century) away from Downtown Los Angeles. Welcome. ------------------------------ (See additional info below the Japanese.) ロスアンゼルスから車で2時間、青い空と自然にかこまれ、静かでゆったりした時間を過ごすことができます。春、夏は美しいビッグベア湖でカイヤッキングや魚釣り、または数あるハイキングコースにチャレンジ。冬は、サミットとベアマウンテン、2つのスキー場でスキーやスノーボードを楽しんだ後、満天の星を見ながらジャクジーで疲れをいやすのはいかがですか? ロスアンゼルス空港からの送迎も可能です。 その他、ご質問等ございましたら日本語でお気軽にお問い合わせ下さい。 ------------------------------ Useful Notes: Dogs are always welcome, and a spacious dog corral is available. We do ask guests to pay an added fee of $5 per pup per day. Propane stoves are OK, and we have a natural-gas BBQ grill available for use. Outdoor wood fires and/or lighter fluid are never allowed. There is easy parking for any number of cars. RVs and trailers are no problem either. Total charges will depend of the number of guests and vehicles. Cell phones on Verizon and Sprint will have coverage. The AT&T and T-Mobile networks still do not cover this area, however the wifi near our home enables calls/texts on most phones. The public bus stop is a short walk. Surprisingly, it is possible to take public transit from any train station in SoCal all the way to our bus stop (and vice versa). Cheaper than driving, and no worries about weather. Ask us for details. If you're bringing kids, let us know the ages. You may get a discount. :) For equestrians, we have a two-acre horse corral, plus hay barn and covered stall. ------------------------------ Legal Note: Upon booking, you will gain access to a Ranch Manual, which includes the rental contract for your stay. Be sure to familiarize yourself with all terms in advance.
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Huttopia Paradise Springs

3 sites · Lodging150 acres · Valyermo, CA
With its unspoiled beauty, crisp mountain air and dappled sunlight, it’s easy to see why Paradise Springs was a natural choice for our very first Huttopia resort on the West Coast. You’ll find our Huttopia Paradise Springs village high up in the San Gabriel Mountains inside the protected Angeles National Forest. Paradise Springs has long been a destination for people looking to escape greater Los Angeles for the wild. It’s an oasis in a wide canyon ringed by lush desert greenery fed by an artesian spring that flows into a winding creek all year long. That sounds like paradise to us.
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Glamping near Crestline with swimming guide

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If you're looking for a luxurious camping experience with a refreshing swim, Hipcamp has over 1100 options to choose from near Crestline, California. With a glamping accommodation preference, you'll find top-rated sites like Lovelight Ranch (532 reviews), Magical Harrison Serenity Ranch (518 reviews), and The Desert Rose Collective (378 reviews). You'll also enjoy popular amenities like pets and campfires, and activities like paddling, horseback riding, and wildlife watching. You can expect an average price per night of $100, and options as low as $18.

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