Ultimate Off-the-Grid Cabin Rental in Navajo County, Arizona
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There is an 800-gallon tank of water that provides water for washing dishes and for showering. The shower water is pre-heated with the passive, solar water heating system. Guests should turn the hot water fully on and then add as much cold water as needed. However, this water is not potable, and guests must bring their own drinking water.
There is an antique gas stove that runs on propane for guests cooking needs. Guests must turn off the propane cylinder when they are done cooking. The stove will leak a little propane when not in use, but it will not cause a safety hazard for guests. There is also a tripod for cooking food over the campfire outside if guests prefer that.
Guests can enjoy the comfort of this rental inside or step outside and enjoy the beauty of the Arizona countryside at all times of the day.
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- Queen-size bed
- Cooking basics
- Fire pit
Location + Surroundings
- Feeding animals
Glamping in the Painted Desert provides guests with an off-the-grid experience full of hiking and adventure. The Devils Playground, a three-mile hike, is nearby, as well as a seven-mile hike from the property to the Painted Desert Inn. Guests also have the flexibility to hike any which way into the wilderness and discover a variety of trails, trees, and different landscapes. Guests can hike or explore through Petrified Forest National Park, known for its tree trunks and fossils, as well as ranger-led tours.
After a day of exploring, guests can retire back to the accommodation and cuddle inside in the warm or enjoy the beauty of the Arizona countryside or stargaze outside for hours.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
While driving on the dirt road to reach the rental is an option, there are times during the monsoon season when the road becomes impassable. Guests will need a backcountry permit to stay at the rental if they choose to reach it through hiking the wilderness. Guests must bring their own food as well as water, with the host recommending one gallon per person.
The host typically leaves a few canned goods and other food for guests to enjoy. Guests also typically leave something for the next guest to use. If a guest uses something from someone else, it is customary to also leave something behind.