Scott and Ashley over at Hive Drive Bus just sent us an awesome video tour and vlog of their stay at the Eagle Feather Tipi near Las Vegas! This is such a cool tiny space located on a 160 acre ranch featuring everything from horse rides to rodeos.
The tipi sits on a spacious deck with a fire pit and outdoor couch. There’s a small outdoor kitchen with propane stove and sink for basic cooking, and an amazing outdoor shower with desert views. When you go inside you’ll find a queen-sized bed sitting in the center of the tipi, and a small floor seating area.
Enjoy the photo tour and videos below, and you can book your stay on Airbnb here.
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Relax in the Mojave Desert at the Eagle Feather Tipi
What a fun ambiance in the evening.
Inside is the comfortable queen bed and “fire pit” with candles.
Plenty of headspace here. Love the lanterns.
Here’s the cozy floor lounge area.
What a fun southwestern quilt.
Great views of the ceiling of the tipi.
Looks like a great place for a couple’s retreat.
Rustic sink and dishware.
Propane stove top for some basic cooking and making coffee.
The inside of the lovely outdoor shower. There’s an outhouse with a flush toilet nearby.
Wow look at those desert views!
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- Tipi in the Mojave desert
- 45 minutes outside of Las Vegas
- Located on 160 acre ranch
- Outdoor kitchen
- Propane stove top
- Outdoor shower
- Nearby outhouse with flush toilet
- Outside couch and living area
- Queen sized bed
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Ok, so this tipi is in Nevada. So rain “probably” isn’t much of an issue. Most other parts of the States I’m sure it would be absolutely “swimming” when it rains. (pun totally intended)
My only question is…. why????
@Eric – Same reason people do anything that isn’t based on modern life… Curiosity, experiencing something new, challenging themselves, traditions/ceremony, learning about history and/or different cultures, etc.
Btw, you can just put a rain cap on a Tipi for wetter climates… They were originally used in a wide range of climates all the way up into Canada… So they may not look it, but like Yurts they work…
Ya Tipis have been used for thousands of years by indigenous people so I’m sure they worked out how to keep dry.