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1972 Winnebago Convert to Tiny Home

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· Truth Or Consequences, Sierra, New Mexico
2.5 acres hosted by Jennifer D.
1 lodging site
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Off-leash friendly
Pets can be off-leash at this Hipcamp.
Romantic
Recent Hipcampers say this Hipcamp is romantic.
Creature comforts
Enjoy the comforts of home—including flush toilets, showers, and a kitchen.
Learn more about this land: Relax and be inspired during your stay in the renovated Winnebago at, The Western Star. This is a quaint, cozy space designed and decorated with a mix of natural materials, old desert wood and old metal found on the property or nearby. There are 2 beds (full and a twin), 10 ft sloped ceiling, sink with cold running water- no hot water, flushing toilet, mini-refrigerator, electric 2 burner stove, toaster oven, heater, plates, forks, cups, cookware and electricity. There are curtains and sun blockers for privacy. When you wake up in the morning you will watch the sun rise over Turtleback Mountain. 1 block away is the Rio Grande and Rotary Park. It's 4 blocks to the main.  Located in the downtown area and hot springs district, the property has a well that draws out the hot springs at about 98 degrees and pours it in to an outdoor tub- perfect for a warm winter day or summer evenings. It can be reserved for an additional fee upon arrival. 4 blocks from the downtown area you can easily access other spas, restaurants, coffee shops, art galleries, thrift shops, and the grocery store. Wake up in the morning, walk down to the river and you'll see heron, coots, osprey, sandhill crane, red wing black birds, and so many more wildlife. The coyotes regularly sing throughout the night.  I tend the property and you may see me around if I need to do light repair work. There is a care taker for the property who lives there and may be another guest as well. The property is 1/2 a city block. Your living quarters are private but the land is shared space. I'm available to engage if desired and I respect your privacy. The property is 6 city lots large and you will have access to 4 of them.  Dogs are allowed for an additional fee. You must be responsible to clean up after them and they must be friendly with strangers. Relax and be inspired during your stay in the renovated Winnebago at, The Western Star. This is a quaint, cozy space designed and decorated with a mix of natural materials, old desert wood and old metal found on the property or nearby. There are 2 beds (full and a twin), 10 ft sloped ceiling, sink with cold running water- no hot water, flushing toilet, mini-refrigerator, electric 2 burner stove, toaster oven, heater, plates, forks, cups, cookware and electricity. There are curtains and sun blockers for privacy. When you wake up in the morning you will watch the sun rise over Turtleback Mountain. 1 block away is the Rio Grande and Rotary Park. It's 4 blocks to the main.  Located in the downtown area and hot springs district, the property has a well that draws out the hot springs at about 98 degrees and pours it in to an outdoor tub- perfect for a warm winter day or summer evenings. It can be reserved for an additional fee upon arrival. (Please note it is currently under construction with an estimate of June 1 to be completed but no guarantee) 4 blocks from the downtown area you can easily access other spas, restaurants, coffee shops, art galleries, thrift shops, and the grocery store. Wake up in the morning, walk down to the river and you'll see heron, coots, osprey, sandhill crane, red wing black birds, and so many more wildlife. The coyotes regularly sing throughout the night.  I tend the property and you may see me around if I need to do light repair work. There is a care taker for the property who lives there and may be another guest as well. The property is 1/2 a city block. Your living quarters are private but the land is shared space. I'm available to engage if desired and I respect your privacy. The property is 6 city lots large and you will have access to 4 of them.  Dogs are allowed for an additional fee. You must be responsible to clean up after them and they must be friendly with strangers.
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Karmyn V.recommends
June 25, 2024
1972 Winnebago Convert to Tiny Home
Jennifer's hipcamp site was comfortable and peaceful and was perfect place to stop and rest while on a roadtrip.
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Lesley A H.recommends
May 3, 2024
1972 Winnebago Convert to Tiny Home
Once we got over the initial shock of the scary looking site, the camper itself and the thoughtful and clever amenities and decorations that Jennifer provided were great! The photos of the trailer itself were just as on her post, but the beautiful landscape photos included in the post were not from the land where the trailer is located. When you first arrive, it has the feel of a junkyard. But I loved the trailer how she had decorated it, etc. I would stay again, but my husband would not. But keep in mind that we are 68 year olds, so our opinions may not be shared by younger people!
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Martin L.recommends
April 13, 2024
1972 Winnebago Convert to Tiny Home
Dog friendly
All the amenities are there, but it’s a bit rustic. Very good as an off leash area for your four legged friends….no tub to soak in although it was listed on the description. It’s close to town and the on site host was very friendly and nice.
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Robert B.recommends
April 7, 2024
1972 Winnebago Convert to Tiny Home
Jennifer’s converted Winnebago was fantastic, tons of charm & convenience & kept us out of the wind. Jennifer got us situated after hours on short notice which we really appreciated. Camp host Shawn met us as we pulled in & gave us the lay of the land. We really appreciated being able to bring our pups. Such a great stay, we slept well, enjoyed a hot breakfast, said good bye to Shawn, who was a great host. Highly recommend the experience!
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Jessica K.recommends
March 28, 2024
1972 Winnebago Convert to Tiny Home
Amazing
Amazing little camp! Caretaker was amazing and very helpful. He talked to us about all kinds of topics and gave us loads of information for us as we are starting an off grid homestead. Buildings all repurposed and made new. So many cool ideas came to life here. Must check this one out. Rio Grande river park is 3ish blocks away
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William L.recommends
March 19, 2024
1972 Winnebago Convert to Tiny Home
Enjoyed the stay everything was as described would stay again.
Location
Truth Or Consequences, Sierra, New Mexico, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Mescalero Apache, Tampachoa (Mansos), and Piro 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 Jennifer D.Joined in November 2020
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