Intro: I have lived in this beautiful North/South canyon for 12 years and look forward to sharing our little slice of paradise with people who appreciate Nature and elegant simplicity. I’m friendly and laid back....my hippy background probably.
The property we named GAEA (the old Greek spelling of Mother Earth) was first seen in a vision. Historically, Deep Creek Canyon was a winter encampment for the Spokane Indians, whose ancestral Read more...
The property we named GAEA (the old Greek spelling of Mother Earth) was first seen in a vision. Historically, Deep Creek Canyon was a winter encampment for the Spokane Indians, whose ancestral lands surround us. We feel the healing spirit of the land, in partnership and stewardship. We gather community for Solstice & Equinox celebrations, bringing people together to honor the changing seasons. Our original house was one of the first in the canyon, in the early 1940's.
We got a primo spot among the fellow Snowbirds.
I got the idea that bathroom/shower spaces are maintained by the guests. But the water is hot, the cantina gets raves from the locals, and the odd hippie/cowboy town of Arivaca is right down the road. Check out the organic coffee roasted by a musical elf named Dirk. Beautiful area.
Yards from public land. All roads even in “town” are dirt and gravel. No one in this village (of 530 ) that we asked has ever heard of this person, Roman, or the road he said the site was on. He never showed up, and one old guy said it’s a scam. If we hadn’t had a 4x4 truck we couldn’t have navigated the road to what looked like the site. His photos are aerial, and don’t show the abandoned house nearby. Didn’t feel safe. Very fishy.
Michelle met us with bottles of cold water, a wifi password, and clear instructions to our camper site. The site was thoughtfully planned out for multiple campers with a central area with a fire pit, picnic table, and a lovely little table with chairs. The lights on a tall pole in the center extend the evening for board games, conversation, and make the space feel very safe. Beautiful tamerack and fir trees surround the area and cushion the occasional sound of cars passing in the distance. We loved the peace and quiet. Great place to camp, see the stars, walk in the woods, reconnect with nature.