So, just what are the accommodations here? We have a two bedroom single-wide trailer that serves as our guest house. The living room is set up with a futon and sofa bed. The guest house sleeps eight. There is a full kitchen completely set up for cooking, and there is a BBQ outside for outdoor cooking. We also have a 21′ RV that sleeps four.

There are no reservations necessary or available. Couples get priority on the bedrooms, simply for the sake of managing capacity. We don’t define or pass judgment on what constitutes a couple.

You can pitch your tent or cowboy camp anywhere on our two acres, excepting the lawn. There are quieter spots behind the barn away from all the social activity for those seeking (relative) solitude.

For some miraculous reason, there always seems to be hot water for showers. We provide loaner clothes so you can take advantage of the cooperative laundry service and get all your duds washed.

There are books, music, TV, movies, and internet access. We have wireless broadband cable access for those bringing their own devices. There are guitars guitar and a piano available for the musically inclined. We have sewing machines for repairs.

We truly hope you find everything you need here.

If you need something different than what we offer, here are two AirBnB rentals near the trail. The first one is right down the street from us on Darling Road. The second one is right on Agua Dulce Canyon Road, which is where the PCT is. ed%20States&guests=1&adults=1 d%20States&guests=1&adults=1

There is a Super 8 and a Travel Lodge on Sierra Highway in Canyon Country.