Joshua Tree Cabin Rental Photos and Description
1 Mile from West Park Entrance. Open floor concept living at its best!
Welcome to 'Our Climbers Cabin'!
Come in and open the 8' barn doors, grab a seat, relax and watch the sunset!
The cabin was built on 2.5 acres, approx 1 mile from the Western Gate to Joshua Tree National Park. It was built with a ton of good vibes and help from friends. It's a simple place, open concept with a large kitchen dinning area, a large bathroom and huge loft sleeping room. The kitchen offers a double sink, tons of counter space, hot pad, bar area, small refrigerator and picnic table for wonderful group meals (feel free to move it outside as well). There is Internet and Wifi as well as cell service at the property.
The upstairs offers a large loft for additional sleeping that can hold 8 folks without an issue. You will need to bring your own sleeping pads and bags, pillows and personal towel.
Depending on your preference and weather you can cook in, BBQ outside or restaurants are a couple miles away.
There is a large parking area and a small tack house with power that can also be used for sleeping or as a storage area for gear.
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- limited accessibility
- non smoking only
- pets considered
About Shawn Sampson
10 friends and climbing buddies tired of sleeping on the ground or in our cars for weeks on end decided to pool every penny we had back then and buy this property. That was over 18 years ago and we all still love our little slice of heaven. Now our families get to enjoy it as well. You will enjoy the vibe the minute you walk in!
Cheers, The Partners
Shawn Sampson purchased this cabin in 1997
Why Shawn Sampson chose Joshua Tree
Even back then, the Park was getting harder and harder to get a camping spot in, so we decided to build our own. Best part back then and still today, is a hot shower at the end of the day playing in the park!
What makes this cabin unique
On any given day there is something to do and see just out the door. Great hikes around the local mountains, a walk down the road checking out local artists or just hanging out watching the day go by. It really is that easy to relax... must be the water (which by the way is great right out of the tap!)