We used Hipcamp for all our accommodations during a move from CT to CA during the pandemic and this was by far our favorite campsite on the whole trip. Incredible view of the stars and Zion. Felt like we were in the middle of nowhere but we were really just 30 ish mins from a super cute town with delicious coffee. Private spots and a variety to choose from. Highly recommend staying here!
This was my favorite glamping hipcamp experience ever. My husband, dog, and I stayed here on a cross country move/road trip west. We originally planned to stay one night but after seeing the Yoga Yurta, meeting Greg and Robbie, and seeing the rest of the property and surrounding land, we extended our stay another night! The Yoga Yurta is a beautiful place to spend the night and has a private spot to have a bonfire, watch the stars, and take a relaxing outdoor shower (with hot water!). It even has a great kitchen and a real outdoor toilet. It was such a peaceful and tranquil stay. Shortly after arriving, Greg was kind enough to give us a tour of their beautiful property, where we saw their huge vegetable garden (when vegetables are growing they are available for campers to enjoy!), a small orchard, a small vineyard, and other cool spots like a place to play outdoor ping pong (even at night). Outside of the property, there are lots of nearby hikes and cute little places for food, so still lots to do even if you decide you want to leave Sunny Mellow Eco Village. We are so glad we found Yoga Yurta and would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a relaxing place to stay.
Dragonfly Tony Cabin Getaway was a delightful stay. The cabin is adorable and quaint and the campground has just what you need to enjoy the outdoors while still having a cozy bed to curl up under. We stayed warm and dry even when the winds picked up and a storm blew in on our night there. Shannon was a wonderful host and was super kind and very communicative. I’d recommend visiting this adorable campground!
Sawmill Ridge was a wonderful place to stay. The camp is secluded and breathtaking. There are huge flowering bushes everywhere and a perfect spot cleared for a campfire and a tent. At night there were fireflies everywhere and beautiful frog croaks and bird chirps all evening long. Grant was very kind and met us shortly after we arrived to tell us about the property and was very communicative. He has two sweet dogs who also met us in the morning. My one tip to others is to just be aware there are ticks here (and most places with tall grasses). My husband, dog, and I got bit multiple times on a stroll through the grounds but caught them within somewhat quickly and pulled them off. This doesn’t reflect on the site or Grant as a host though and I’d recommend staying here!
Austin Dam was a very neat park to stay in. The spots are close to the river and it’s very cool to see the dam ruins up close. We did not have service and didn’t take a screenshot of the site numbers during booking, and they weren’t numbered at the campground either, so it took us some time to get to our site. It ended up being very cold our first of two mornings so we left early and didn’t get to hike much (bummer). The host was great though and kindly brought us firewood before we got there and started a fire for us. Overall good adventure and would recommend staying at the park, we just would have loved a bit more direction on where to go once you arrive.