You Can Rent An Entire Ghost Town In California For Only $22 A Night With Friends
Who wants to play mayor for a weekend?
Have you ever dreamed about being the Sheriff of your own town as a kid? Or maybe Sim City inspired some wild dreams of being mayor. Now's the chance to live out your childhood fantasies. You can rent your own ghost town for cheap through this California Airbnb.
Here's the best part - it's so affordable. It's only $269 a night and accommodates up to twelve guests.
If you split the cost, that's only $22.42 per person!
You'll have the entire town to yourselves, so bring your BFFs and imagination.
In the main house, there are three bedrooms with eight beds, so you will have plenty of space to lounge and be comfy.
This getaway will take you back in time to the wild west with authentic decor and old-style wooden buildings. Don't worry though - you'll style have all the modern amenities of home.
WiFi is included in the home, so you can post about it all.
All you need to bring is yourselves and some food. Everything else is provided for you inside the home, including cooking supplies, bedware, bathroom supplies, and more.
Since there are beautiful nature views all around, you can opt to cook your dinner outside on the BBQ grill. Nothing beats eating under the stars!
If you're lucky, you might also spot some of the local wildlife. Bears, coyote, mountain lions, and rattlesnakes are just a few of the creatures living in the area.
Make sure to keep your distance and respect their environment.
All in all, if you're looking for a unique escape, you can't beat renting out an entire western town in California. Where else can you find this experience?
Rent Your Own Ghost Town
Price: Starts at $269 a night for up to 12 guests; that's only $22.42 per person.
Address: Caliente, CA (exact location provided upon booking)
Why You Should Go: You and your BFFs can rent an entire ghost town in California for cheap.
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