We have a unique tiny home located in Sandy Valley NV. One hour outside south Las Vegas off US 15. This is one of two tiny home on a dude ranch with horseback riding, cattle drives and rodeo events ( When available ) Search Sandy Valley Ranch. Come stay at our beautiful desert hideaway. Enjoy the tranquility of the Mojave Desert and gaze at the sea of stars. We are near Deat
We have a unique tiny home located in Sandy Valley NV. One hour outside south Las Vegas off US 15. This is one of two tiny home on a dude ranch with horseback riding, cattle drives and rodeo events ( When available ) Search Sandy Valley Ranch. Come stay at our beautiful desert hideaway. Enjoy the tranquility of the Mojave Desert and gaze at the sea of stars. We are near Death Valley, Tecopa hotsprings and GoodSprings home of the famous Pioneer Saloon.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 80%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Tiny House / Peacock near Las Vegas in California.
The vibe at Tiny House / Peacock near Las Vegas
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Magical tiny house + things to note
Overall, the tiny house was fantastic and we’d absolutely love to stay here again. A few things to note for future travelers: the link to the directions from the Hipcamp app took us to a random lat/longitude spot in NV that was about 4mi away from the actual ranch entrance, and manually typing the address didn’t get us to the right spot either. We ended up just googling “Sandy Valley Ranch” and found it just fine, so recommend saving that address in Google maps before you go. Also, the phone number provided in the listing was incorrect, but Sandi provided the correct phone number upon emailing her. We stayed in the winter and the pipes froze. That was not a problem for us, but you won’t be able to shower, so you may want to consider that. Sandi and Rob provided extra gallons of water for washing dishes and flushing the toilets, which was super helpful. Sandi was also generally responsive - thank you!
The open road and open skies led us to this beautiful property on a pleasant desert January afternoon. We arrived on the ranch and were warmly greeted by our hosts. They showed us around the property and made sure we had everything we needed. The tiny house was definitely stocked with everything we might need from shampoo & conditioner to oatmeal for the morning and a bit firewood outside already by the fire pit.
We got right to building our fire and getting it ready for our dinner of stuffed sweet potatoes. In the sunset-hued evening light, we had stunning views of Kingston Peak and the Nopah Range to the west of us. Quite the backdrop to cook your dinner to. We finished up our dinner prep inside and sat down at the two-seater table to dive in. The craftsmanship and woodwork inside are off the charts! I can definitely tell the care they put into building this unique tiny home.
After dinner, we bundled up in our down jackets and enjoyed the night sky full of stars. It gets quite chilly there in the evening/morning time, so be sure to bring your heavy coats in the cold months! The heater was definitely a lifesaver inside. It was even cold enough that the pipes froze, but they left water jugs in there in case that happened.
They have quite the range of accommodations here, including a wooden wagon and teepees. Definitely worth checking out if you’re a fan of tiny houses or other unique structures!
Sandi and the Sandy Valley Ranch crew were so kind and welcoming. We stayed in the peacock tiny house. The tiny house was beautiful, homey and had everything we needed for our one night stay. We could even fit a play pen for our one year old daughter to sleep in! My family and I highly recommend staying here for a chill, cozy, mountain get away!