Kate’s Lazy Desert

NOTE THIS PROPERTY MAY ONLY BE ACCESSIBLE TO ADV TOURING -On the West Coast is Kate's Lazy Desert, located in the High Desert in Landers, CA near Joshua Tree and Palm Springs. Six vintage Airstream Trailers designed by artist team Maberry Walker are situated in the gorgeous painted desert and are available for those who enjoy the outdoors, nature and a "campy" experience.

Kate’s Lazy Desert is located in the high desert in California

Our 6 vintage airstreams are interior designed to wacky perfection by artists from around the country including Maberry Walker, Michael Lee Scott, and Tim Sweet.

Experience incredible views, starry nights, and the magical experience of the desert! Please be aware that the weather in the high desert can be extreme at times: cold at night, hot during the day, windy, etc. Please be prepared to wear layers of clothing. Please note: we cannot permit any unregistered guests on property due to ONE PARKING space per trailer setup and our limited zoning. This is strictly enforced. Thank you for your cooperation!

Each airstream accommodates two adults only (we cannot accommodate children at this location; there is one double bed). You’ll have table and chairs under a sunshade at your sitel, a little BBQ grill, a coffeemaker and basic cooking utensils in the airstream. We don’t allow outside RV’s onsite – check out Joshua Tree National Park. We offer wifi in the wilderness! The fee is $12.50 per day. We have a small pool on site: it is a seasonal cold plunge pool, only open during the hot desert months (May – October)!

Dogs 25 lbs and under are permitted in designated airstreams (Orange Stripe and Yellow Stripe) and MUST be registered!! The fee is $50/night lodging for up to two doggies. Sorry, but no dogs are permitted in the pool. A $100 fee applies for cleaning as per our discretion so please leave our place the way you found it.

You will be billed upon making the reservation with a $25 admin fee if you cancel.


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