Come and stay a bit longer.

We have six wonderful options for overnight guests. They are all available to reserve on Airbnb.

After booking your stay, give us a call 702-242-0955 or email us to reserve a time for a horseback trail ride or campfire cookout.

conestoga wagon

We’ve got two tiny houses, two tipis, a Conestoga covered wagon, and one Victorian-era covered wagon. These are ideal for quick getaways by yourself or with a partner, or reserve a few for a family reunion or girls/guys trip.

For additional questions about our accommodations, please contact Sandi Croft at 702-265-9646.

Check out our recent feature on Glamping Hub.

Our Tiny Houses

We have two stunning tiny houses that have been featured on Tiny House Nation and are a favorite of travelers worldwide. Here’s a fun tour of Peacock which is available now.

tiny house ranch

Our second tiny house is lovingly known as Hummingbird, as an overnight stay will lift your spirits.

tiny house
tiny house interior


Our newest additions are two Native American Tipis that are tastefully appointed and extremely comfortable, which makes them the ultimate choice for glamping.

Book Eagle Feather or Raven’s Nest today.


Covered Wagons

We have two covered wagons available for week(end) getaways.

Stay in our new Conestoga covered wagon, which hearkens back to the days when early settlers traversed the Old Spanish Trail seeking their fortunes during the California Gold Rush.

Our Conestoga wagon sleeps 4 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 overed wagon is appointed with 19th-century flourishes and it features a queen bed and plenty of privacy.

Both wagons are located near our ranch house where you can grab a bite to eat or chat with the local wranglers. It’s also a stones throw from the Old Spanish Trail, where you can walk the path that the early settlers blazed when heading west.

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.