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The Mojave Center

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Inyo, California
2 acres hosted by Nicolette W.
3 lodging sites 路 2 RV/tent sites
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Nicolette is a Star Host
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Experience our earthen domes in the beautiful Mojave Desert! We build everything on-site from the dirt beneath our feet! Feel our natural clay plaster walls and choose to stay in an earthen dome if you'd like! The Mojave Center is a non-profit that shares knowledge on natural buildings, natural plasters and desert sustainability. Check out our website and join us for a workshop! Mojavecenter.org Our ultimate goal is to inspire a meaningful and lasting bond to our natural world. Through tactful skills, natural materials and creation from our own hands, we hope to reconnect individuals to the beauty and importance of open and wild spaces. Nearby enjoy the beautiful date farm, natural hot springs, Death Valley, Red Rocks Canyon, Dumont Dunes, Charleston View and so much more! Just 30 minutes from Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and 1 hr from Las Vegas. Can't wait to see you in the Mojave!
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Inyo, California, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Nuwuvi (Southern Paiute) and Newe Sogobia (Western Shoshone) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
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Hosted by Nicolette W.Joined in March 2022
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41 ratings 路 35 reviews
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Sean C.recommends
February 25, 2024
Yucca Dome near Death Valley
Loving Life at Domeworld
We stayed in the Yucca dome for two nights and it was amazing! Views are stunning in every direction. The night skies are dark and full of stars. The shower dome with almost immediate hot water was a huge plus. And having access to the big communal kitchen was nice. The dome itself was cozy and due to the earth bag walls it stayed warm through the chilly nights. A small propane heater was provided if we got too cold. The bed was comfortable albeit a bit tight for two adults to sleep on. If we were taller it would have been a bit more challenging to sleep on the bed. Nicolette is a wonderful person and a fantastic host. She gave us a thorough tour of the Mojave Center when we arrived and if you are at all interested in alternative building methods like earth bag or straw bale, she's a wealth of knowledge. Also Nicolette recommended some great local places to grab food, drinks and a natural hot spring. Shout out to dome cat Lima! A model cat for domeworld. We will definitely stay again!
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Monika B.recommends
February 24, 2024
Yucca Dome near Death Valley
Super sprawa polecam ! Wida膰 偶e miejsce si臋 rozwija coraz wi臋cej obiekt贸w. Wygodnie si臋 spa艂o . Pozdrawiam !
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Hazel H.recommends
February 24, 2024
Potosi Dome Near Death Valley!
so glad i finally got to stay in one of the domes at the mojave center! we really enjoyed our time. our dome was super cozy with amazing linens, the kitchen is well stocked with dinnerware/cookware, and the shower dome was just lovely! nicolette was eager to share natural building tips and she gave us some great recommendations for food and activities in the area!
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Kathya P.recommends
February 20, 2024
Opuntia Dome near Death Valley
I loved the site. It was a great place to stay at. The compost toilet was a new experience but I quickly got used to it.
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Kelley S.recommends
February 18, 2024
Opuntia Dome near Death Valley
Coolest Hipcamp out there!
This dome was the coolest Hipcamp experience I have found so far. My boyfriend and I wanted to cross Death Valley off our list of national parks and decided this was a great way to end our night. Nicolette was so kind and gave us a tour of the place when we got there. It was such a neat experience and we felt like we learned more about sustainable desert living. We definitely will want to return at some point :)
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Rachel K.recommends
February 9, 2024
Potosi Dome Near Death Valley!
Stargazing in the desert
This is a review of the pink dome as the Potosi dome we reserved was unavailable at the time we traveled. This is a truly special place and a very unique stay. The domes are snug but plenty warm (it got below freezing one night but we were not cold). Our host, Nicolette, was super responsive, even to my silly city slicker questions. The one downside I would mention is that the entire place is off-grid, and if the power goes out at, say, 8:30 pm at night (we were only using one light and charging one phone) you won't have electricity until a fair bit after sunrise the next day. Since the stove has an electrical starter and the shower also uses electricity, this was a bit of a bummer. I'd definitely stay here again, after the hosts install a larger solar array or a backup generator. :)
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