Intro: Hi! My name is Nathaniel. I'm a commercial and lifestyle photographer based in Portland Oregon.
When I'm not capturing moments with my camera, I enjoy writing songs, reading, and hiking around beautiful locations wherever I can go.
Titus Farms is well worth the visit. Upon arrival, I was greatly warmly be Jeff. His campsites were well kept and well thought out. The spot I was in had a grill, table, and an out house. In addition to this, there was a clean and well-kept bathroom/shower near his house. There were also amazing blackberry bushes as well as a trail that leads back to a field view which Jeff mentioned is great for sunsets on clear days.
Z Outdoors is as the title describes: The outdoors. Definitely not clamping, but if you need a place to get away from everyday life and enjoy ‘roughing it’, this is a great spot to go. Super cool meadow to camp in - tucked away from the city for sure. Watch out for poison oak, and make sure to bring your own water!
The woods are a bit hard to get to right now, but the hosts said that they’re going to clear a path. They also plan to make improvements as time goes on.
Salmon Creek Riverside Retreat is a peaceful getaway just outside of the city. If you need a breather from everyday life, I recommend pitching a tent, cooking food over the fire pit, and taking a soak in the river. You won’t regret it!
Brian C’s Land was a nice getaway from the busyness of city life. It’s a vast, quiet open land and although it was cloudy when we visited, I’m certain that the star gazing is amazing. I will say that you’ll want a 4-wheel drive vehicle because the roads are a bit rough. Also, double check that you have specific coordinates as apple maps will lead you to Flagstaff.
Brian was responsive leading up to our stay, and helped us find the place. He said that he’s going to install signs as soon as possible.
If you like roughin’ it, this is the place for you!
Stallion Oaks ranch is well worth the stay.
Get a few friends together, and book a yurt ASAP.
Perks include comfortable, clean beds, wildlife such as turkey and deer, gorgeous trees and grass, and a large property to roam around on. I recommend taking the trail down to the lake at sunset before starting a fire at the communal fire pit.
The property manager, John is kind and helpful. There are clean bathrooms with hot showers - a plus for any traveler looking to refresh.
Overall, if you’re looking to reset from the business of everyday life and find a bit of inner peace, this is a great place to do it.
Diana and Ken are some of the most welcoming, warm, and accommodating hosts I’ve come across in my hip amp experience. Upon arrival, they asked if I needed anything and gave me a tour of the property, explaining the amenities available and introducing me to the resident animals: 14 horses and 2 dogs.
The tipi itself functions not only an aesthetic adventure, but a temporary home as well. There’s a portable fire pit centerpiece inside which provides warmth, lighting, and completes the experience before you doze off into a dream land.
The activities on the property are seemingly endless - star gazing, animal petting, horseshoe throwing, disc golf, hiking... the list goes on.
I’d recommend staying here to anyone who wants to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, and experience a true descanso (rest).
Laurie and Norm live on an enchanting desert property near Pioneer Town, CA.
They’re friendly, but also give you enough space to do your thing.
Their vintage trailer is clean and vibey. It comes with electricity, running water, a gas stove, and refrigerator. They even provide wifi!
The bathroom behind the trailer is great for a portable system. Overall, it’s a great 1-2 day stay for any person or couple. This can serve as a great home base while exploring the desert.
Staying on Jacob’s lot is charmingly rustic. If you’re looking for a way to rough it in a desert terrain, this is the place for you. I will say though - be prepared as there is currently no outhouse or sleeping arrangements. Bring your own tent and gear and you’ll be set. Be on the lookout for cute doggo running around the property.
Jacob is a kind, hardworking man and plans to update the lot in the near future so be on the lookout!
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