LA CANTINA PARTY BARN
Guests enjoy the 1600 square-foot concrete-floored “Party Barn” with sleeping accommodations, full kitchen, and one full bathroom. Amenities include an indoor bar, big-screen digital television with satellite channels, Wi-Fi hotspot, outdoor Jacuzzi, outdoor fireplace, outdoor ground fire pit, old-fashioned pinball machine, and plenty of yard games within close view of the property’s chickens, goats, cattle, and donkeys. Wood and metal was re-purposed from an abandoned shack on the property and used to build some of the walls and cabinetry in the Cantina.
The Cantina holds two sets of bunk beds, each with a double bed on bottom and a single bed on top, in an open-room layout with the beds, bar, dining, and living-room area unobstructed by walls. Temporary beds may be set up in the upstairs loft area to accommodate two additional persons.
The kitchen is equipped with refrigerator, sink, dishwasher, and cooking and serving utensils. A propane grill, and a large smoker grill, and an iron open-fire pit are available for barbecue or outdoor grilling. Catering options can be easily arranged.
RVs and trailers can be parked on site with limited electrical and water hookup. Dumping is not available on site; however temporary latrines may be arranged for larger groups. Tent camping is permitted.
LA BAMBA (RESTORED 1959 NOMAD CAMPER)
2-3additional people may elect to board in La Bamba, a restored vintage 1959 aluminum Nomad camper. There is no plumbing in La Bamba so its primary uses are sleeping, changing, staging, or filming. The camper is usually parked within close proximity to the Cantina for close access to the kitchen and bathroom, but may be easily moved to other parts of the property for film or photography setting.
CAMEO CAMPER (REMODELED CONTEMPORARY TRAILER)
The Cameo has a kitchen, queen bed, and a convertible couch bed. The interior has been painted and wood flooring installed. Also has a comfortable table dining/reading nook inside with air conditioning and heating.
Pro shots in slideshow below courtesy of Geoff Johnson @ Watersky Photography