Summer is almost over, and that means we have to go back to our lives in the bustling city. You can reminisce in the quiet of the night and sleep under the stars at this sheep wagon on Airbnb in Arizona. This minimal experience is perfect if you're looking for an off the grid stay surrounded by nature.
Located in the Arizona desert, this secluded sheep wagon is a B&B serving up a traditional Navajo breakfast. Since it's located in the desert you should bring your own water as there is no running water available, so plan accordingly.
As a guest, you'll be able to visit nearby attractions like the Grand Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Bryce, Zion and many more. Since the wagon is located on an actual sheep farm you'll be able to see some of the host's farm animals. You might even get to see their working dogs around, and they might join you alongside the campfire.
You'll be surrounded by nature with no access to television, but if you're feeling a little bored, books and games are provided! This true off the grid experience means that there are no showers and toilets.
There will be an outhouse and a Navy inspired shower area available because you'll be in the desert. Parking is plentiful and free here too.
You can bring one other person with you for this amazing sheep wagon glamping experience as the wagon only sleeps two. There are also other glamping options available here, such as canvas bell tents, a cabin, traditional Hogan and more.
Pets are not allowed here, so plan ahead. Since there is a campfire available, you and your friends can make your own campfire meals. If not, there's stores and other food options available at the nearest town.
You'll also have to supply your own wood or charcoal, and cooking supplies to use the firepit making for a true camping experience!
Shash Dine Eco Retreat
Price: $150 a night
Location: 12 miles south of Page, Arizona
Why you should go: This retro sheep wagon is perfect for your glamping and off the grid adventure. You can even visit the Grand Canyon as it's only about 2 hours away!
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