Big Bend Bunkhouse #2 - Dark Skies - Sleeps 6


Karavan/RV. Tuan rumah: Mariana

  1. 6 tamu
  2. 1 kamar tidur
  3. 5 tempat tidur
  4. 1 kamar mandi
Check-in mandiri.
Anda bisa check-in sendiri menggunakan kotak berkunci.
Mariana adalah seorang HosTeladan.
HosTeladan adalah tuan rumah berpengalaman dan berpenilaian tinggi yang berkomitmen dalam menyediakan penginapan luar biasa bagi tamu.
Lokasi luar biasa
90% tamu baru-baru ini memberikan nilai 5 bintang untuk lokasi.


Setiap pemesanan dilengkapi perlindungan gratis terhadap pembatalan oleh Tuan Rumah, ketidakakuratan iklan, dan masalah lain seperti kendala saat check-in.
Beberapa info diterjemahkan secara otomatis.
This is 1 of 2 bunkhouses we have available. Look for “Big Bend Bunkhouse #1” and “Big Bend Bunkhouse #2”.

The camper has 2 AC units and accommodates up to 6 guests. It is located at Study Butte RV Park, just 1 Mile from entrance to Big Bend National Park. It is also across the street from the only grocery store in town - The Cottonwood.

This is a beautiful, vibrant location with completely dark skies. You will be amazed by the stars & constellations!

The camper is on public utilities (this is rare)
This is the best location we have found that can provide WiFi and Cell services.

The camper is set up as follows:
1 private Queen bedroom
2 full sized beds on Bunk Beds
1 full size bed where dining seating is
1 kid size fold down love seat
1 full bath next to Bunk Beds
1 full sized tower fan
Indoor/Outdoor seating
Accommodates 6 guests

The camper has been renovated and has all new amenities.

Private Queen bedroom:
Queen bedrooms and all other beds will have new mattresses and mattress protectors, pillows and protectors, all new linens and blankets, as well as 6 decorative pillows throughout the camper. The main space TV rotates to spin into the bedroom.

Living room:
A new smart TV! Feel free to login with your subscriptions (Netflix, etc) but don’t forget to log out as you leave!

We will provide towels, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, lotion, and ablow drier

In the kitchen we have a new coffee maker and electric stovetop. Pots, pans, cups, mugs. Fridge and freezer work great.

*Stove and stove top are disabled. There is an electric stove burner hot plate, a microwave and a grill, outside. *

Pantry has refills of coffee, cream and sugar. You can also find extra pillows, towels, and blankets in there.

Other amenities:
The RV park also offers 3 bathrooms equipped with showers.

Other things to note:
*NOTE: please do not drive over 5Mph when in the RV park. The owner of the park is very strict about that. There may also be a stop sign by the entrance, on the left side. If so, please stop at stop sign*

When showering, you might have to wait a few minutes to give a chance for the hot water to get out of the pipes. Then you can have both hot and cold water as you please.

Kamar Anda

Kamar tidur
1 tempat tidur queen, 3 tempat tidur ganda, 1 tempat tidur sofa

Fasilitas yang ditawarkan

Area kerja khusus
Parkir gratis di areal properti
Bak mandi
Buku dan mainan anak
Pengering rambut

Pilih tanggal check-in

Tambahkan tanggal perjalanan Anda untuk melihat harga pasti

4.91 dari 5 bintang dari 33 ulasan

Nilai ekonomis

Lokasi Anda

Terlingua, Texas, Amerika Serikat

Terlingua… Let’s start with the history, how this town came about. The name “Terlingua” refers to a mining district in Texas’ southwestern Brewster County. It is located near the Rio Grande and the Texas villages of Lajitas and Study Butte as well as the Mexican village of Santa Elena. The discovery of cinnabar – from which the metal mercury is extracted – in the mid-1880s, drew miners to the area, creating a city of 2,000 people. Now, the only remnants of the mining days are a ghost town of the Howard Perry-owned Chisos Mining Company and several nearby capped and abandoned mines, most notably the California Hill, the Rainbow, the 248 and the Study Butte mines. (The mineral terlinquaite was first found in the vicinity of California Hill.)

A man named Jack Dawson reportedly produced the first mercury at Terlingua in 1888, but the district got off to a slow start. It was not until the mid-1890s that the Terlingua finds began to be publicized in newspapers and mining industry magazines. By 1900, there were four mining companies operating at Terlingua. By the 1940’s the mines had dried up, leaving a ghost town behind.

Let’s go next to today’s residents. People came back to Terlingua. Not the original residents, mind you, but a new wave, a unique wave. They are a collection of loners, artists, eccentrics, and outcasts - maligned individualists who have fashioned their own crude American Dream in the anonymity of this remote corner of the Chihuahuan Desert. They comprise a neglected niche in America, outside of the infrastructure.

Here in their ghost town, less is more. Anyone who lives in a one room cabin without water and electricity fits right in. People live in cars, caves, tepees, tents and shacks made out of car tires. The only unwelcome guest is progress, though its trespasses have become noticeable even here.

The Starlight Theater is the tourists’ and the locals’ hangout, a restaurant and bar where disparate members of society rub elbows. Progress has not changed many buildings, however. The local radio station KYOT 100.1 FM has taken over the abandoned local hotel. The old church also now hosts yoga classes. A now defunct restaurant is the crisis center for the town, and it doubles as a social gathering destination for many about once a month, with homemade food and music and much conversation. The old school has been replaced by a new modern one a few miles away. With no more children and laughter, the original building stands year after year, braving the elements.

There is here a time warp in the days and nights. I have not worn a watch or seen a calendar since I arrived. Early morning plans collapse by mid-day, when the realization sets in that the “must do’s” can be postponed until tomorrow. At the earliest. There is peace, tranquility, relaxation. There is a unique flow that encourages a person to hang around, sheltered from the modern world. You have to be careful. Terlingua can get under your skin. You would want to bring your own bus or tent or tire supply. Everything here is already full.

Dilayani oleh Mariana

  1. Bergabung sejak Maret 2016
  • 142 Ulasan
  • Identitas terverifikasi
  • HosTeladan
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