Pitch your tent on the flats, or for $5 more, hook your RV to power, 120 volt, (minimal, no air con or hair driers) or sign up for Scamp trailers with a mattress and electricity. During the day, hike, kick back, or snorkel or dive with our tropical marine fish in Bonneville Seabase. Other SCUBA and snorkeling business could happen during the day, so watch, or join them, o
Pitch your tent on the flats, or for $5 more, hook your RV to power, 120 volt, (minimal, no air con or hair driers) or sign up for Scamp trailers with a mattress and electricity. During the day, hike, kick back, or snorkel or dive with our tropical marine fish in Bonneville Seabase. Other SCUBA and snorkeling business could happen during the day, so watch, or join them, or not! Minors need a waiver signed by parents. SCUBA diving requires a certification card. water use requires checking in, filling out a waiver, and an additional $20 fee per person. Rental snorkel and SCUBA gear is available. 24 hour advance notice to be sure we have availability
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
During the day, with tropical fish, with snorkel gear-rentals available. SCUBA for certified divers, rental gear available.
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Snorkel and feed the fish!
What a hidden gem! The location was off the beaten path but easy to find. We camped for the night and went snorkeling (you can go scuba diving too) and fed the fish the following morning. If it's windy, you might want to stay in one of the scamps (mini caravans) on site. The water was surprisingly warm and the fish were beautiful. Chris, Linda and Daisy the dog were really friendly and made us feel very welcome. Such a special place, we would recommend to anyone.
This is for tent camping only: In a word, noisy! The truck route echos and was too noisy to sleep. Lots of ambient light as well. The host was nice but there were no directions for any amenities - I had to ask about the bathroom, which is a porta potty. Shower? not found and no information given as to where it or anything else was. Location, besides noisy is well off the beaten path, so if you are looking for a quick place to camp - it's not close to much. After not getting any sleep, I ended up packing up and leaving super early and had to risk showering and brushing my teeth on the road.
We had a great night at this unique and amazing property! We parked our camper further away from the other guests (mainly RVs the night we were there) to set up camp and it felt totally private.
Wish we had stayed another night to explore more, but we had to hit the road. Thanks, Linda!
One of a kind experience for sure. We pitched our tent in the wide open flats - we were the only ones there - and had an incredible night of star gazing. Beautiful sunset and sunrise. Some noise from trucks during the night but otherwise peaceful. Took a morning snorkel in the salt ponds , a bit murky due to summer heat and bloom, but some fish to see. Hosts were welcoming and friendly. Really enjoyed our stay!
Unique location, friendly host!
Really great location. Linda is super friendly, location is super unique (scuba diving and lessons in the middle of desert / salt flats? fish pedicures?), experience is very laid back. Great for tent camping, you can just set up anywhere on the enormous property. Clean porta-potty. It is pretty close to the road so there is some noise but it's not overwhelming, in my opinion.
Stay for the fish pedicure in the morning, only $5! Bundles of wood are available for $5 as well,