Looking for a unique and unforgettable experience? Come and stay a bit longer at Sandy Valley Ranch. We offer six incredible options for overnight guests that are available to reserve on Airbnb. Whether you’re traveling solo, with a partner, or planning a family reunion or a trip with friends, we’ve got you covered.
Our accommodation options include two stunning tiny houses that have been featured on Tiny House Nation, two tastefully appointed Native American Tipis, a Conestoga covered wagon that hearkens back to the days of early settlers, and a Victorian-era covered wagon with 19th-century flourishes. Each option offers something special and is perfect for a quick getaway or a longer stay.
Once you’ve booked your stay at Sandy Valley Ranch, don’t forget to plan some exciting activities to make the most of your visit. You can reserve a time for a horseback trail ride by giving us a call at 702-242-0955 or email us at [email protected]. Our friendly staff will be more than happy to assist you with your requests.
If you have any additional questions about our accommodations or need further assistance with your booking, please don’t hesitate to contact Sandi Croft at 702-265-9646. She’ll be delighted to help you plan a memorable stay at our ranch.
We take pride in providing exceptional service to our guests and strive to make your experience with us as enjoyable as possible. We look forward to hosting you soon at Sandy Valley Ranch.
Our Tiny Houses
Our tiny houses, Peacock and Hummingbird, are both designed to make the most of the available space and provide a comfortable and cozy environment. Peacock and Hummingbird will lift your spirits with their charming and unique character.
Our two Native American Tipis, Eagle Feather and Raven’s Nest, are the ultimate choice for glamping. Tastefully appointed and extremely comfortable, they are perfect for those who want to experience the great outdoors without sacrificing luxury.
If you’re looking for a taste of history, our Conestoga covered wagon is an excellent choice. It sleeps four and includes a queen bed, two bunk beds, and a glass-covered wagon wheel table for late-night games of poker or gin rummy. Our Victorian-era covered wagon, on the other hand, offers plenty of privacy and features a queen bed and 19th-century flourishes.
Remember we are conveniently located near the glitz and glamor of Las Vegas, as well as an hour drive from Death Valley and the Mojave National Preserve.
Check out these videos from some of our lovely guests.