Hiking mountain bike riding peaceful tranquil surroundings with some wildlife mostly wild horses, occasionally a coyote, beautiful setting with great views.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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I liked the location; could view a little of the city lights, ridge line. It was not booked out, so I could choose either designated spot.
The host was very responsive and really helped communicate directions. Although was still a little challenging only cause I arrived at night.
Amazing overlook; quiet and remote
Absolutely stunning view overlooking Reno from a serene, private, quiet spot. Got there just in time for sunset and enjoyed every minute. William was a thoughtful and communicative host who made sure we found the spot okay and clearly cares a lot about this beautiful property. 10/10, recommend and can’t wait to stay again!
William's land was just what we were looking for, secluded, quiet, desert landscape. Good views of the surrounding Reno area and great stars at night. Going from the main road to the camping spot was a dirt road, I have a 2wd sedan, I took it slow and didn't have any issues. We were able to find some shade during the day under the trees.
Nice stop in the desert hills
Great view in desert hills above Reno. Nice stop coming down off the Sierras. William was very communicative in helping to find the right spot. Recommended to arrive before night fall to navigate the road. All terrain tires on the 2wd drive van did just fine
First the pros - the location is excellent, amazing views of the surrounding area, a perfect place to view the sunset, and feels quite isolated/wild despite being only 25 minutes away from Reno and not too far from Tahoe. We drove a 2WD vehicle with decent clearance and I think to get to the site you really need a 4 wheel drive vehicle. Also the directions to the site area a bit unclear and we wre not able to reach William by phone as there are several turn-offs of the road that are not super clearly marked. I think if you are coming in during the day (and not night) and have a 4wd this is a great site but otherwise might look elsewhere.