Please be advised, winter conditions are in season mud and snow will likely be part of your adventure four-wheel-drive is recommended when the road is muddy message me if you have questions. Also running water is not available during winter season, drinking water is available though. Units are not heated so please come prepared but rugged individuals will still enjoy the Sou
Please be advised, winter conditions are in season mud and snow will likely be part of your adventure four-wheel-drive is recommended when the road is muddy message me if you have questions. Also running water is not available during winter season, drinking water is available though. Units are not heated so please come prepared but rugged individuals will still enjoy the Southwest during the winter season and clear and sunny days are still perfect for exploring the canyons and ancient dwellings in southern Utah.
Nest atop a view of the Southwest in the Indian Feather Camper. This vintage Roadrunner Camper is remodeled with a feather theme and dreamcatchers, with Native American artifacts in the soils outside and walking distance from Indian ruins nearby.
*Solar hot water
-2 beds* blankets/linens included BUT NO HEAT
* Please advise if you need a second bed, otherwise it will not be made when you arrive.
Please don't book unless you have read the complete listing.
2 miles down a BUMPY dirt road, not recommended for sports cars or low clearance vehicles. During rainy and snowy conditions four-wheel-drive may be necessary.
Amenities like bathroom and shower and full kitchen are in the community area. Any other camp spaces are at least 40 meters away, not in view from the Camper and it's private location and premium view of the sunrise, sunset, and stars at night.
Parking is the at the bottom of the path to your camper, which is just set steps above on the hill. You drive straight ahead to your parking as entering Indian Canyon Ranch driveway.
2 miles down a dirt road, not recommended for compact or sports cars but but a skilled driver will make it with little effort.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Indian Feather Camper in Utah.
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Relaxing, chill, good reset
Indian Feather Camper was a great experience. His outdoor kitchen is well equipped with cutlery, pots, pans, stove, ect. The outhouse was clean. Also, impressive how eco friendly and the amount of work Joe has put into the property.
The camper was well decorated and I would def. go back in the summer time for a girls trip.
Only for those with 4wd
Dont bother booking unless you have 4WD. Host did not send us any instructions or directions prior to our trip, and it is very difficult to find the place in the dark using the google map image that he includes on his listing as his "directions." Got stuck in the mud of his "driveway" and just about scraped the oil pan off the rental car getting to the site. Was informed when we arrived that water had been shut off since it had been getting down to freezing at night, so couldnt use the solar shower. The communal kitchen area was covered in InfoWars bumper stickers and other assorted conspiracy theory nonsense, so I certainly didnt feel welcome there. The property itself is wildly beautiful and the trailer is cute, but I would recommend staying at one of the many other off-grid/glamping hipcamps close by.
Indian Canyon Ranch is the place to be! Quiet, no light pollution, amazing hiking, lakes close by, and so much more. I planned a trip for my husbands birthday, we both loved it soooo much we are planning trips down there for next year! Beyond beautiful place! Joe is amazing and very helpful! He cares for his place very dearly and wants all his guests to have an experience of a lifetime! I can’t wait for next year to be here, I miss being at Indian Canyon Ranch! Thank you Joe, for being the best host!
Love this cute camper!
The Indian Feather Camper is a pleasant stay in a cozy little camper. We had a short visit, but enjoyed our time at this camp. The camp trailer is really cute inside and out. There is a bed and the table also converts to a bed. There is also running water inside which I thought was a really nice amenity. The host also provides towels and extra bedding.
Your host, Joe, is super nice and friendly. He showed us around the property and even recommended a nearby hike. If you'd like to spend a day at the lake, he will give you recommendations as well.
Joe has built this campground from reused parts and pieces from Yosemite and The Grand Canyon. It's really interesting to hear some of his stories and it's nice to see a host reducing waste a recycling old building parts and such.
There is an outhouse on property along with a shower house and community kitchen area. You have access to Wifi, running water, camp stoves, a fire pit, and outhouse facilities.
There are more camp trailers around the property besides this camper, so you may have neighbors, but everything feels private. If you have a low clearance vehicle, you may want to check with the host before arriving. We came after there had been some strong rain and the road was pretty bumpy in spots. We were in a 4x4, so it wasn't a problem.
Super fun little camper in an otherwise awesome space that Joe has created. We loved the view of the stars at night. The community kitchen was perfect for the coffee we brought and I loved the outdoor shower with a view. Joe was super helpful especially when we arrived late and had a little trouble finding it. I would definitely recommend coming during the daylight at least the first night!
Would come back anytime!
Joe was an amazing host! The camper was just what we needed after night is tent camping. We only used the sink in the kitchen area but he had everything you could need! He built a great fire that us and the other campers that night gathered around for some beverages and great convo. Highly recommend and pay close attention to his directions!
Unique off grid.. cozy stay!
Loved staying in the cozy camper. Note there isn’t electric in it but warm blankets & solar lights are provided. Loved the large fire pit! Hardest part was finding the location. Which really wasn’t hard. If you turn at arrow marker off hwy and follow winding road to Bushy terrace? Turn right Then follow until you see tires stacked on left turn there! Joe was friendly and chill, and the dogs were sweet. Loved the vibe once we found it!
After following Joe's very specific directions to find his place, we arrived ready to settle in. Joe and the dogs came by to welcome us and answer any questions we might have. The area is very picturesque, the clouds were building and we had hoped to star gaze. Gusty winds drove us inside our camper. It is well equipped. We only were spending one night so we had simple plans. The extra blankets in the cupboard helped.
The winds were entertaining and we kept having to be certain the door was secure. After we retired for the evening the clouds were gone and much later the stars were bright and shiny! Had we stayed longer the community kitchen would have been very handy. We enjoyed our one night stay!