Joshua Tree Vacation Rentals || Sleeps 6 || Bro-Deal Rates


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susan peplow · · Joshua Tree · Joined Jan 2006 · Points: 2,650

Disclaimer:

This is the same shameless plug for services I run in the past. It has nothing to do with climbing with the exception that this topic is a great reminder of how Joshua Tree is the perfect destination for winter climbing although the days are short and nights can be chilly.

Unexpected and recent development could be your ticket to deluxe accommodations!! Our Sunset Roost House is available now with other options coming in/out of availability starting January.

Vacation rentals are a wonderful solution for the following situations:

  • Love J-Tree but too old to sleep on a thermo-rest
  • J-Tree campgrounds are full/crowded
  • Want to bring the kids but need to lock them away at night
  • Want to escape the wind/cold/unpredictable weather
  • Would like to cook dinner and need access to a full kitchen
  • You like to shower (or take warm baths)
  • You need WiFi access
  • You like TV
  • You like to climb but hate crowds

Where are these magical places? The Sunset Roost home is located in the bustling village of Joshua Tree. Walk to the Saloon, Farmers market or JT Coffee Co.

The Sullivan Cabin is located near Indian Cove - great location for those chilly winter days with amazing views, easy commute to either the West (JT) or North (29) Entrances.

The Sahara house has some possibility as well for January - skip the endless line of the west entrance and sneak in from the north. Located just 2 miles from the 29-Palms entrance makes this place a great location for climbing/exploring.

For more information email me direct or visit Joshua Tree Vacation Homes (redirects to Rent29.com)

BroDeal/Climber Deals offered. Outdoor living spaces, scrap wood provided and loaner guidebooks too :)

Interested?? Be sure to include some stats when messaging...

Preferred visit dates
How many people will be staying
Bring the pooch? Please describe.

Sullivan Cabin

Cabin Views

Sunset Roost Outdoor Living

Sunset Living
phylp · · Upland · Joined May 2015 · Points: 115

Thanks for posting these Susan, good to know about. Are all three available through airbnb? One of them said so but I didn't see that on the others (maybe didn't read carefully enough).
Phyl

ErikaNW · · Golden, CO · Joined Sep 2010 · Points: 145

Just want to put a plug in for Susan - we stayed in the Sullivan Cabin last year and it was fantastic! First time to JT and Susan saved us loads of time by also giving great beta for staying in the sun and out of the wind. We will definitely try to stay there again on our next JT trip!

susan peplow · · Joshua Tree · Joined Jan 2006 · Points: 2,650

Then Park is busy and the camping situation pretty grim from stories told.

We have some availability with a few properties so if you're looking for a place to base for a few days, week or whatever hit me up with your dates, details and headcount for availability and price.

Also a thank you Erika for the recommendation :) Happy to share our space with fellow climbers!

Phyl - sometimes yes, sometimes no. Depends on bookings and often they're reserved for multi-month stays.

susan peplow · · Joshua Tree · Joined Jan 2006 · Points: 2,650

Rainy Day Special



Gloomy weather really puts a damper on camping! What better time to bivy in a warm, comfortable 2 bedroom, 1 bath home? This is a sweet hang has all the comforts of home including WiFi, CableTV, Full Kitchen, Outdoor Patio and BBQ.

Location near shopping and restaurants. Quick access to Indian Cove and Joshua Tree north entrance (the speedy one).

Sleeps up to Six! Bring Fito too!

Chia House - Sleeps Six
susan peplow · · Joshua Tree · Joined Jan 2006 · Points: 2,650
Sahara House - Available weekend of March 10th.

  • Sleeps up to six
  • 3 miles from North Gate of JTNP
  • Cable TV
  • WiFi
  • Game Table
  • FirePit
  • Comfort

Interested? Contact me via MP or 602.725.3249 with your particulars (group size, exact days, etc etc).

Sahara House - Sleeps Six

Mod-Con Kitchen

Relax Outdoors
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