Such an awesome hut! Edwin provided lots of great information before our trip so we were well prepared with directions and all the info about the hut. The hut is very cozy, clean, and well-stocked with cooking essentials. Note: to keep the hut extra safe due to covid 19, some of the amenities mentioned in the packet were not provided, so be sure to check with Edwin beforehand and bring your own boardgames!
Loved the camp!! The cabins are awesome (super comfy beds) and there were so many activities to choose from on the property and nearby. This is the perfect place for a large group outing. I would highly recommend it!
We loved staying at this site! Hosts Zach and Carrie were great communicators and made us feel so welcome at their property. Our stay was great - from the easy directions getting there, a good night's sleep in the tent, and a great homemade breakfast before leaving! Thank you both for making this a special place. We hope to visit again!
We pulled in after dark and were met by Michael who was very welcoming and showed us to our campsite. The campsite itself is primitive but has a firepit with firewood provided. There is a composting toilet a short walk away. The property itself has an interesting story - it's a registered monastery and intentional living community - Michael and 1 or 2 others live there full time in their RVs and there are a bunch of other RVs and vehicles being restored on the property that you will see when you drive in. Michael is also trying to get permits to run a fire department out there - so you will see a few firetrucks on your drive in. It's best to get here before dark to find your way on the roads and to locate the campsite once you're there. This is a nice place to stop if you're passing through on your way to the Grand Canyon and need a place to pitch your tent for the night.
Wow, what an amazing, unique place to stay for a night! This little house has a great story behind its Arcosanti-style architecture and Jessie has done an amazing job making it comfortable for guests to enjoy. It's hard to fully capture the experience of staying here in pictures, so I'll try to explain in words: you walk onto the patio and you're looking out over the mountains at 5,000 ft in Jerome, an old copper mining town and now a historic ghost town; when you step inside the house, you're in a beautiful stone entryway/living room where the sink and shower are located at the back; you walk through a tiny hobbit-sized doorway and you're in the studio that has a comfy bed and a wood fired stove; then you walk through another tiny doorway into the kitchen, where Jessie has provided cookware and coffee. The bathroom is outside, about 10 ft from the entryway. This place was so unique and fun to stay in and we loved walking through the old town of Jerome. Jessie also had great recommendations for places to eat in town - The Mine Café for breakfast and Grapes for dinner were excellent! This place is truly one of a kind and I would recommend it to anyone traveling through the area!
We had a great stay at Pinnacle Farms South! Janna was very communicative before and during our stay and made sure to check in on us during the storm that passed through! The trailer is very cute and comfortable. The site has a shared bathroom, shower, and kitchen with other guests but we still felt like we had our privacy. Don't forget to grab some goodies from the farmstand on your way out!
Full disclosure - we initially booked the campsite but ended up staying in the trailer because a big storm came through! However, the campsite shares all of the same amenities with the trailer - including a kitchen, shower, and bathroom that were all great and very clean. We enjoyed meeting the family that had booked the other campsite next to us around the firepit! Great spot to camp if you're looking for a night outside that's a short drive from the city.
Sunrise Camp is beautiful! The campsite provides easy access to the lake and is fairly secluded from the other sites on the property. Note that there is no shade at the site so it can get pretty hot during the day. There is also a Lake Loop Trail that passes right by the site, so we did get other campers coming through our site a few times, which made it feel less private. There are also a few other group campsites on the lake so it can get noisy at night with the sound carrying across the water.
Our stay at Shelterwood was perfect! Elise and David are amazing hosts and it's clear that they've put a lot of thought and love into making Shelterwood such a special place. The tent was super clean and the sheets and pillows were so cozy, it felt like sleeping on a cloud. The site has all of the amenities you need, including a picnic table, grill, sink, bathroom, and other touches to make you feel comfortable, like a lantern, hand towels, and mosquito netting around the bed. Our stay was everything we wanted and I just wish we had more time to explore the property! Can't wait to come back!