The most basic accommodation. My truck-bed camper parked about 10 - 15 miles from Zion National Park (depending on which campsite I park it in).
I'm willing to work with you on location if you have specific desires. And If you'd like more of a guided desert experience I would love to assist you on your journey through the area. Im a traveler/ adventurer. I know the local area well and I love connecting with other roamers and sharing resources. Climb? Hike? Rappel? Bike? Camp? Backpack? Yes!
This is glorified camping. You're roughin it. My truck-camper is parked in a nearby public camping spot, you will be in the wilderness near Zion National Park with no electricity.
• no bathroom • no water (bring your own water for drinking and washing) • no A/C or heater • no toilet (you will have to go in the wilderness or drive into town) • no electricity
• kitchen • queen-size loft-bed with memory foam • a (narrow) couch which will sleep one person • a gas stove • a gas oven • a small battery powered fan (but the battery only lasts for a few hrs) • The sink works, but please only use biodegradable cleaning products • refrigerator works and has a small freezer • I leave a couple battery-powered lamps or you can use your own headlamps for light after dark.
You can use every part of the camper - but not the truck. You cannot drive the truck - it is only for sleeping in. You can use the whole campsite around the truck.
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I live nearby but I really just leave you to yourself. However, if you have any questions, need directions or a guide I am super happy to help when available. I love connecting with other travelers and I have a lot of adventure gear I'm happy to share (if I'm not using it). If I'm available I'm happy to shuttle you to the trailhead, take you hiking, climbing, canyoneering, into the backcountry, or aid you in any of your adventures. I know Zion's backcountry well. I've been known to assist people in their desert spiritual journeys, walkabouts, drop them off at a good yoga spot, or guide them through some of the lesser-know wilderness sanctuaries. You're welcome to use one or both of my mountain bikes, my tubes (for floating the river), my yoga mats, my longboard, my climbing gear, backpacking gear, camping gear, slackline, hammocks, etc. If you need something I haven't listed just ask and I can usually round one up.
The kitchen includes the basic cooking essentials- pots, pans, plates, bowls, cups, silverware.
If you would like a more on-grid experience, I can typically park the camper at one of the local RV parks for an extra fee. Or I can leave you my gas generator for an extra fee.