I am located between Las Vegas & Death Valley. I'm a retired nurse and understand and use Universal precautions. I am very much into infection control. That is why you have a private refer. There is Free Safe parking in front. Each RM has new paint & linens. Also, a Refer, 2 chairs, luggage bench, TV & Desk. Maps, Trip & dining Info available. I offer baked Goods, Coffee & Juice. There is a microwave, toaster & food prep area . Outside there's a Free washtub & racks to dry your clothes. KC
“If you’re planning a trip to Death Valley look no further! After a long drive from SD nothing was sweeter than amazing hospitality, a super warm welcome, a hot shower, and the coziest bed! KC is a newly retired hospice nurse who has the kindest heart and definitely a passion to care for others! KC loves loves Death Valley, she has an immense knowledge of the park and definitely is such a resource when planning your trip. Staying with KC felt more like staying with family than an AirBnB. Thank you so much for making my trip so special and for all the thoughtful touches (ginger tea, breakfast, juice, and a toothbrush). If I come back to Death Valley I know where I’ll be staying. Miss this sweet soul already! KC I made it to: Artists Palette, Zabriskie’s Point, Mosaic Canyon, Badwater Basin, Mesquite Sand Flats, Darwin Falls, Salt Creek and Golden Canyon! Also the Delights Hot Springs was AMAZING :) Thanks for all the helpful tips my fellow Virgo XOXOX”
Bottle building is an indigenous practice in Death Valley, but there are none that you can actually stay a comfortable night in. The artists at Villa Anita are offering that opportunity. The bottle cottage includes a highly insulated bedroom constructed from bottles and windows, a connected sitting room with 4 comfy chairs, and then a bathroom which features a unique boat shower.
“This was the perfect place to spend a few days (and probably a lot longer). There's tons of stuff to do nearby even if you don't make it to the park, but you might also just want to hang out and explore the unending little nooks and artistic touches this place has. And it's worth paying a little extra for a meal or two while you're there—it's delicious, filling, local ingredients, and honestly there aren't a ton of places to get a meal that good within a hundred miles or so...”
This trailor/camper is located at the Tecopa Hot springs Campground. They are open 24 hours with access to the hot mineral soaking pools. Tecopa Hot springs is a geothermal hot springs community located close to death valley national park (1 hr 15 min)and Dunmont dunes. China ranch date farm is close by ( 7 miles) and a beautiful,delicious place to visit! There is NO cell service in the area. There is free WiFi through the community center, but it can be slow if a lot of people are using it.
“Kelly’s trailer is small, just perfect for two. There is a full-sized refrigerator, stove and microwave. Kelly provides a selection of food and snacks that can be purchased on the honor system. That’s a good thing because the nearest store of any kind is 8 miles away in Shoshone. The trailer is cozy and comfortable. We enjoyed hearing the rain on the trailer during the night. My only complaint is the very bright yard light just next to the trailer which made the bedroom brighter than I like for sleeping. The town of Tecopa is a funky joy with surprisingly good dining opportunities. But the real attraction is the hot pools right across the street.”