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Starland is a campground/retreat center located in a Southern California high desert setting near Joshua Tree. It is run by a resident and non-resident community.

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Covid-19 Prevention Orders For the Starland Community Revised April 2021

WE'RE RE-OPENING!

Make your plans to enjoy Starland Community this summer! We're updating, remodeling, and rebuilding our facilities and our land, to provide a safe, lovely, and wonderful place for our visitors.

We will begin taking reservations for our campground on June 1, 2021. According to the CDC and the Statewide reopening plans, we will reopen the camp on June 15, 2021. Please check in with us, by email only (link to reservation email address), to make a reservation, beginning June 1, for camping out (RV site, Tent Camping, or a Summer Cabin) on June 15 or later on.

Our Members and Visitors must bring their own masks and hand sanitizers. Social distance will be maintained at all times. Masks will be worn in the Main Hall and our Common House, and are optional outdoors. All members and visitors will sign a waiver of responsibility upon arrival to our camp.

We look forward to seeing you this Summer!

We hope this info will inspire you to visit someday soon!
Starland Community is located in a rural neighborhood, on a desert bluff, surrounded by mountains and canyons. We welcome adults (18 and older) from all walks of life. We are LGBTQIA inclusive honoring all visitors. Most of the property could be clothing-optional. We offer a rustic and simple, yet loved place to relax, and enjoy the splendors of the Mojave Desert.

Our facilities are available for group and individual retreats workshops or other events.

Climate
Starland Community is located in California's Mojave Desert, and is 3500 ft. above sea level. We have four distinct seasons at Starland Community. Average temperatures (F): January: High-50; Low-30;April: High-80; Low-50; July: High-95+; Low-70; October: High-80; Low-50. Winters are often quite windy and cold, sometimes a trace of snow falls; Spring and Fall are the best times to visit, with balmy warm temperatures, few rain storms, and calm air. Summers can be hot, windy, and dry. Generally, be prepared for unusual conditions, since the weather is known to change quickly, and in a short time.

Volunteers
Starland Community is a home for its residents, and a quiet retreat for members and guests. As a private not-for-profit organization, Starland Community's residents and other volunteers serve as the keepers of the land, and the hosts to its members. Our funding comes from member dues, fees for overnight accommodations, resident rents, and friendly, generous donations.

Membership and Dues
We require every person in your party to sign up for Membership. This process is simple, and is done upon arrival. The basic Bright Star Membership is $10 per person, and is good through Dec. 31, 2021. 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 Community 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.

Where is Starland Community?
Starland Community is located 10 miles from Yucca Valley, California, and is 45 miles north of Palm Springs, CA, 130 miles from either San Diego or Los Angeles, CA, 480 miles from San Francisco, CA, 240 miles from Las Vegas, NV, and 220 miles from Phoenix, AZ. Joshua Tree National Park is 25 miles, and the USMC-29 Palms base is 30 miles away.

What We Offer
Individual Adult "Open Camping"  We offer our RV sites, with or without full utilities; Two cabins and one Guest Room; and many level, shaded, soft-sand sites for tent camping. Our Open Camping capacity is 30 individuals at one time. Individuals and small private groups are reminded to bring adequate water, food, and other provisions. Our outdoor tables and grills, found on the Common House Patio, are available to all visitors.
Make your reservation HERE.
Bringing a Pet? Please check out our pet policy HERE.
Large Group Meetings and Gatherings Our Main Hall and our dining facility have a capacity for up to 30 "Covid-era" people. Advance reservations are requested. Exclusive or non-exclusive use of the property is possible.  No matter what the purpose is, or what your group's identity is, we welcome you. We welcome LGBTgroups, Naturists, Diverse-identity, and any group that seeks a safe and quiet location for its gathering.  Check in with us HERE.

We serve as a Southern California home base for Network for a New Culture, Radical Faeries, Burning Man and other groups and organizations.


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