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Race your remote-controlled cars or practice your motocross skills at Ridgecrest Motorsports Complex.Take a self-guided tour of Randsburg, the "Living Ghost Town," replete with active gold mines and carefully preserved historic architecture, or take the Maturango Museum's guided Petroglyph Canyon Tour for a fascinating walk through canyons filled with prehistoric art and mysterious drawings.Experience the quiet solitude of the Mojave Desert in style from this glamping eco-pod rental near Ridgecrest, California.Here, guests can feel the intensity of the sun and the warm winds during the day and be amazed by the dark, starry sky while snuggled up in a queen-size bed.Campers and RVs must be no longer than 30 feet, and no horses are allowed. Open year-round, Furnace Creek, the most developed site, is 196 feet below sea level and has drinkable water, picnic tables and fire pits.A dump station and flush toilets are on-site, with a visitor center nearby.The eco-pods are completely off-grid and have incredible 360 views of the desert.The nearest neighbor is a whole three miles away although the city of Ridgecrest is just six miles away.
Guests can head into the city of Ridgecrest for shops, restaurants, and bars or check out the ancient petroglyph park where visitors can see Native American rock art dating back to 10,000 years.Bertrand RV and Mobile Home Park has Wi-Fi, full hookups on 10 spaces and 58 campsites in all.The roads are paved, the sites are gravel and there is room for slide-outs. Cable TV, laundry, a dump station and library are offered on-site.4x4 vehicles will have an easier time accessing nearby desert locations. Dogs are allowed The host is currently offering a 15% discount on weekdays and 15% off on weekends with a two-day minimum stay.Read More The property is completely secluded in the idyllic Mojave Desert in California and is surrounded by 320 acres of desert landscape fit for a western movie.