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Here at Glamping Adventures we try to think of your every need.  Here is a list of suggestions of what to bring to make your stay more comfortable.

1. Drinking Water and Ice to keep drinks and food cold in the cooler - Always Hydrate

2. Food - Seasonings, extra cooking pans. Each campsite is equipped with a 4 burner Propane Grill, some may have a 4 foot cast iron campfire wood cooking pit.  Some good easy food ideas are fruits, overnight oats and sandwiches.

3. Clothing - At night it does get cool quickly.  The key for being comfortable is layering with warm clothes.  You can never have enough warm clothes! A warm comfortable hat and even gloves for the early morning is perfect.  We do have propane heaters and warm sleeping bags for extra comfort.

4. Blankets - Bring your favorite blankets!

5. Download your favorite movies to your phone and play them on the big projector! 

6. Baby wipes, extra plates, cups, knifes depending on if you are cooking.

7. Your own shampoo and bathing suit for the SKYFALL Toothbrush and toiletries.

8. I also have warm gloves and a hat combo for only $10 if anyone would like them.

Don't forget to Reserve your time slots!

Family Fun for only $50! *Special Promo*

Tent Spa

Want to add a private Spa in your tent with an Infrared Sauna, Massage Chair with Neck and Foot, Spa Masks and lotions.

$50 for the whole family for 2 hours!

Mountain View Hot Tub

4 person Hottub for $50/hr (Note hot tub is continuously cleaned, and filled with fresh mountain spring water)

Exhilarating Off-Road Excursions

$50/hr up to 4 people (Sunset, Stargazing and Morning Adventures)

Stargazing Night Hike

This exhilarating Stargazing Night Hike features a 1.5 mile round trip lighted hiking trail directly from your tent.  Each tent is equipped with hiking headlamps for safety.  At the end you will reach a lighted surprise!  Lounge back, look up and reach for the stars!


Always Remember!

Located in the wilderness, these diverse life zones support a wide variety of wildlife including deer, elk, mountain lions, wild horses, bobcats, desert bighorn sheep, birds, chipmunks and butterflies. Although the Spring Mountains landscape looks rugged, many places are actually quite fragile.  Even if uncommon, please familiarize yourself with ALL the local wildlife, safety rules and proper precautions.  Always leave the wild life alone and respect viewing them from a distance.

Liability and Emergency Contact Form: Must Complete prior to arrival. Click the link below.

Directions to Glampsite

(March to November) Take Blue Diamond Rd west, it will turn into Nevada State Rd 160.  Take it through the Spring Mountains towards Pahrump.  At the top of the mountain, there will be a fire station, feel free to see the Alpacas and Burros!  Continue down the mountain for a few minutes then turn right onto Lovell Canyon Rd into the Springs Mountain Recreational Area.  Go 10.4 miles, approximately 25 minutes if you are going 25 mph to where the paved road ends. (side note: you will lose cell service at 4.3 miles, approximately 8 minutes down Lovell Canyon Rd when you travel into the canyon, you will see a gorgeous overlook.)  You will reach Torino Ranch.  Make a left onto the dirt road (Lovell Summit Rd) for 3.1 miles. You will go up and over the mountain, through the trees, up a small hill and you will see a huge Dome on the mountain side, we are located right below it.  There are a couple of tricky parts on the off road.  Please watch this video as I will walk you through the drive.

Shuttle Service is available for the dirt road area for only $10 to and from campsite.   Just let us know in advance to schedule a time.

Yes smaller cars like Prius and electric cars come up all the time but with the low clearance I highly advise if you are not comfortable and knowledgeable with dirt road driving to request a follow up or shuttle ride. 

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