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Accommodations

Make A Reservation!

Please EMAIL us, click BREATH to send an email or call (760) 364-2069 to make a reservation. Since our cabins, RV Sites, and Tent Sites are limited, please make your overnight reservation at least one week in advance of your arrival date, and sooner, for holiday weekends. Sorry, no "walk-ins" are available at this time.


Please include your full name, street address, city, state, and zip code, along with a phone number, with your request. If you are a Member, simply provide your full name, and your current Member number. Include your arrival date, and date of departure with your request, the type of accommodation you desire. Also include, if applicable, the number of people accompanying you.


We'll check for availability, and then send you a tab for your visit. If you are coming for the first time, directions to our community will be sent to you. We regret we don't share our street address, but will provide full directions instead.

 

Membership and Dues

We require every person in your party to sign up for annual membership. This process is simple, and is done upon arrival. The basic Bright Star Membership is $10 per person. Couples and those bringing a friend to Starland may consider the Shining Star Membership, at $60 per person. A Shining Star Member is offered two nights, twice during the term of membership, for two people, free! Further details are available upon request. For the Members who have been active with Starland for at least one year, we offer the Shooting Star Lifetime Membership, $1,000 per person. No more annual dues renewals, and several exciting perks come with this membership. Ask us for more details.

 

What to Bring

Plenty of water, for yourself and your friends coming to Starland Community. Sunblock, a hat or other head wear, food for yourself and your friends, and an ice chest to store it in. Ice is available at a nearby store. Bring the book you want to read, and art supplies, to draw your experience. Comfortable shoes are recommended, but not "open toe" sandals. A towel, for sitting on our communal chairs and sofas nude, and your personal shower and dental hygiene items. Bring a towel, for the shower, and a sleeping bag for tent camping. No matter what your overnight accommodations are, bring a flashlight or two, and spare batteries.

ACCOMMODATIONS

All of the following accommodations include communal toilets and hot showers.

 

1. Tent Camping Sites

Pitch a tent on one of the many terraced sites with a view and soft sand. Cost $15 per site per night, limit two people.

 

2. RV Sites:

Two RV bays with water and power hookup are available at this time. Black and Gray water dump available but not at RV bays.
No-hookup sites are also available. With hookup: $45/night per site. Without hookup ("dry" sites): $30/night per site.

 

3. Cabin Vista Arroyo - Offers a double bed, a great view of the canyon, and a private 1/2 bath. Our version of a "Honeymoon Suite."

Rates:
Spring through Fall (April 1-Oct. 14, 2022) One Person: $40 per Member per night. Two People: $20 per additional Member per night.
Winter (Includes space heater in each cabin) Oct. 15, 2022-March 31, 2023: One person: $45 Per Member per night. Two People: $20 per additional Member per night. 

 

4. Cabin "Dream Cabin" - Offers a queen bed and furnishings. *Not available until Fall.

Rates:
Spring through Fall (April 1-Oct. 14, 2022) One Person: $40 per Member per night. Two People: $20 per additional Member per night.
Winter (Includes space heater in each cabin) Oct. 15, 2022-March 31, 2023: One person: $45 Per Member per night. Two People: $20 per additional Member per night. 

 

5. Bottom Sweet in Common House - Offers a queen bed, full bath shared with other visitors and residents. Private doors to outside and nearby kitchen.

Rates:
Spring through Fall (April 1-Oct. 14, 2022) One Person: $40 per Member per night. Two People: $20 per additional Member per night.
Winter (Includes space heater in each cabin) Oct. 15, 2022-March 31, 2023: One person: $45 Per Member per night. Two People: $20 per additional Member per night. 


NEW!

6. TOP SWEET in Common House - Offers TWO queen sized beds with semi private partitioning in between. Private doors to outside and nearby kitchen. Sink only.

Rates:
Spring through Fall (April 1-Oct. 14, 2022) One Person: $40 per Member per night. Two People: $20 per additional Member per night.
Winter (Includes space heater in each cabin) Oct. 15, 2022-March 31, 2023: One person: $45 Per Member per night. Two People: $20 per additional Member per night. 

 

7. Communal Accommodation - The Main Hall - Possible place for groups of five or more:
$20 Per Member, for floor mattress use per night.

 

Exclusive Use - Main Hall, or for the whole camp - Groups of more than five must apply with our group consultant, who will offer a fair price.

 

HOT TUB!!!
Not new, but depdable and improved... a converted portable spa outfitted with a 400,000 BTU proane gas heater, heats up from 50 to 104 (or desired temperature) in only about TEN minutes! Has a jetted lounge, "tickly" air bubbles in the seat, optional Color-Change LED lighting!
Free with any paid reservation, communal use only. Or $5 per ONE hour of personal use - must reserve in advance.

 

Day Use 

General admission-$10 per Member, per day (8:00 AM-9:00 PM). We welcome local Members, and those needing to get away during the daylight hours. Day use does not include overnight accommodations. Call us in advance--Day use is seasonally-scheduled, and may be cancelled due to the weather. Shower for day use: $10 per member, in addition to the admission fee.


Please ask us about our weekly rates, for our overnight accommodations.

 

Pets:
Pets are allowed inside their human's trailer or RV. No pets are allowed in our cabins, in tents, or kept in a parked car or truck. No pets are welcome in any indoor structure or building in our camp. Outside, pets are the responsibility of the pet's human, and the pet must be kept on a leash and under the human's control at all times. Please bring along a "poop scoop" and trash bags, when walking your pet. We understand that most dogs and cats are domestic friends, and in their usual household, may be quiet and tame. However, often a domesticated animal will seem confused or upset over the sight of other humans and another human's pets. We prefer quiet and calm pets, and pets that can be kept quiet when with other humans. Sometimes, wild animals are seen near or around our camp, such as coyotes, mountain lions, and bobcats. Pet humans are requested to keep a watchful eye out for these creatures. Please be aware, too, of the cactus, and other threats common to the desert that will be seen near our camp. Keep a comb and a pair of tweezers ready for unexpected needs.


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