Stylish Caravan Rental with a Vintage Décor in San Diego County, CaliforniaBorrego Springs, California (United States)
Stylish Caravan Rental with a Vintage Décor in San Diego County, California
"The accommodation is outfitted with everything a couple needs to spend a weekend in the Borrego desert! The pool and showers were a welcome escape fr…"
This charismatic caravan rental with a vintage ambiance is located in the desert landscape of Borrego Springs, San Diego County, California, and can sleep up to two guests. This 13-foot caravan is handcrafted from wood, metal, and aluminum. The interior features a queen bed, two closets and several shelves for storage. With two doors on both sides of the trailer, guests can exit the trailer with ease.
At the back of the teardrop trailer, there is a hatchback that opens up to reveal the charming kitchen with a sink where guests can make basic meals with the propane burner, or prepare coffee in the morning. Glampers will also have access to the shared Tiki Hut, which has a propane burner, a sink, and basic cooking utensils. Other amenities include heating, bath towels, and outdoor seating.
The caravan is located 200 yards away from the communal areas of the property, including a beautiful pool, luxurious Jacuzzi, and convenient laundry room. Glampers can relax in the fully-furnished clubhouse (open Fall to Spring) inside a vintage trailer near the pool as well. With Borrego Springs bringing great weather year round, the pool is always warm and if guests love the outdoors, this property is the perfect place for a vacation. Guests are likely to hear the howl of coyotes in the distance, while in the morning waking up to a diverse array of birds sounds, or observing the rabbits, humming birds, or lizards just outside. The clubhouse includes Wi-Fi,. If desired, there are also public showers for rinsing off after a day of exploring.
This glamping site is a warm community of vintage RV owners. Glampers have access to a laundry room during their stay. If desired, there are also public showers for rinsing off after a day of exploring. The most popular public destination at the glamping site is the public pool with an attached hot tub.
Glampers can relax poolside, jump in the water to stay cool, and enjoy the bubbling hot tub. There is a variety of poolside seating arrangements, as well as a grill for cooking out. There is also a fully-furnished clubhouse inside a vintage trailer near the pool. The clubhouse is open from October 1 to May 1 and includes Wi-Fi, a television, a kitchen, and a bathroom. There is free parking on the premises.
- 1 Queen-size bed
- Shared Outdoor pool
- Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Washing machine
- Response rate: 100%
- New accommodation
10 accommodations in Glamping Hub
Check-in: 02:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
Damage deposit: 250.00 per stay
Smoking is not permitted.
No events or parties are allowed.
Please note that all bedding, bath, and swim towels are provided, and the kitchen has all the utensils to make meals.
Check in is from 2 pm and Check out by 11 am.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
Borrego Springs, California (United States)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Wine tasting
- Wildlife watching
- Jeep tours
The main attraction in the surrounding area is the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, just minutes from the glamping site. The state park is rich with history ranging from the first inhabitants over 10,000 years ago, to later activity from Native American tribes, as well as the more recent history of settlers passing through during the California gold rush. Glampers can expect to see many exciting species of wildlife including roadrunners, golden eagles, iguanas, chuckwallas, kit foxes, mule deer, and the rare desert bighorn sheep. Glampers can enjoy scenic drives through the beautiful mountainous desert park or stop and explore one of the many trail routes, including mountain bike and ATV trails.
There are also a variety of tours available in town led by experts who are familiar with the rich history and geological features of the surrounding area. Nature to Glampers may also enjoy a wine tour for a day of delicious food, breathtaking scenery, and tours of multiple wineries. The desert is also home to unmatched stargazing opportunities, ranging from relaxing and observing the stars from home to enjoying the company of a telescope-wielding celestial tour guide. Tennis courts can be found just across the street from the glamping site. Borrego Springs is also home to six golf courses, bicycle rentals, a local art gallery, horseback riding, and other attractions in town.
Borrego Springs is a dark sky community meaning there are no bright white lights and people use deep orange lights on homes and buildings so that the stars and moon can shine as bright as possible. Stargazers come from all over the world to view the incredible night sky in Borrego Springs.