Surrounded by wide open space you will find this peaceful oasis of trees gardens and large grass area a perfect getaway for seasonal garden strolling, year round stargazing, unwinding and games on the lawn. Don't like to sit still? Head off on an adventure. All within a 30-60 min drive you can find a ghost town, rail road tracks (yes you might see a train) dunes for ATVs, ro
Surrounded by wide open space you will find this peaceful oasis of trees gardens and large grass area a perfect getaway for seasonal garden strolling, year round stargazing, unwinding and games on the lawn. Don't like to sit still? Head off on an adventure. All within a 30-60 min drive you can find a ghost town, rail road tracks (yes you might see a train) dunes for ATVs, rockhounding, warm springs swimming, fishing, hunting, hiking, Veyo pool swimming, lake boating, state parks, rock climbing, geocaching, grocery store, shopping and so much more.
We are located 60 miles north west of St George Ut down highway 18 or 46 miles west of Cedar City down hwy 56 in a beautiful farming valley with panoramic views.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 9 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Nice camp but beware the sprinklers
I made a last minute request to book the night before and the owners thankfully accepted quickly and provided detailed directions to get there. Nice grass area with lots of cute little birds and the bathrooms and showers were nice and clean. Past the bathrooms it is wide open desert and is perfect for watching the sunset.
There is a bumpy dirt/gravel road you have to take to get there and beware the sprinklers, they came on without warning and hit against our tent, waking us up and soaked our shoes we had left outside. The water from the sprinklers had frozen to our tent
A pleasant place to stay, Nice and spacious Parklike setting, Lots of grass and trees sitting alone amongst Utah desert. Water & Firepits. Nice Bathroom and Showers. Don't let the last few miles to destination deter/fool you, or your first impression as you approach the Campsite. Once your on the property and in your space, it is very pretty, relaxing and lots of shade in summer. Very nice property owners. Lots of space between sites, not like an rv park.
Nice place but can do with some basic improvements. Toilets are too far off, the hand washing sinks are poorly constructed and splash terribly. There is no proper facility for water use at the camp site - it’s more of a sprinkler system repurposed to be used for water at the camp site. So be prepared to get sprinkled with cold water at this desert oasis. Oh and please check with them if the lawn has been mowed prior to your arrival. We had to bear with it as soon as we set up camp - not a pleasant first hour despite the awesome setting. And the site could do with some lighting for the night especially given the distance of the toilets and the gravel all around.
The camp was beautiful! Well-maintained, green, with lots of trees and flat ground. It's easy to access from Beryl Highway with a great view of the surrounding mountains and desert. Would stay again!
Pleasant summer night in the desert
The facilities were as advertised. The bathrooms and showers were clean and neat. We tented with two of our grandchildren and the grass lawn allowed them to run and play. The white rabbit was also a treat for them. Best of all is that the host made us feel really welcome at the camp. Oh by the way the sunset, the evening storm and the sunrise all added to making our stay enjoyable and memorable
Oasis? more like paradise!
Oasis is not a strong enough word for this tiny paradise. From the carefully currated green space to the full amenities to the morning chorus of birds, we could have stayed here forever!
Utah oasis indeed!
Off the beaten path? Sure. Worth it in every way? Absolutely! This is truly an oasis in Utah. Incredible views and the nicest host you could ask for. Great for tent camping and worth staying a couple of days. In the right area for a days worth of adventure at Zion or Bryce Canyon National Parks.