The Lone Pine Cabin is located in Lone Pine, California, United States. This cabin building has the best of both worlds as depending on your climate preference you can either head up to the Sierras or head down to Death Valley. In the area just north of Independence is the historical site of Manzanar, which is the Japanese Internment camp from WWII. The Lone Pine Film Museum and the Visitors Center both offer opportunities to explore the area as well. The Lone Pine Cabin can accommodate up to 4 guests with one bedroom, one bed, and one bath. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire cabin building to yourself.😍 Save to Favorites
This private cabin is a fully equipped tiny rustic cabin building that is situated in Lone Pine Mobile Oasis just a few miles south of Lone Pine, California. The cabin building sleeps 3 adults comfortably but can accommodate 4, with a full kitchen so you can cook your fish or venture into town and dine out. The Lone Pine Cabin is small with full kitchen amenities, a bedroom with a queen-sized bed, a separate bath and a couch/futon in the living area. The cabin building has complimentary coffee and tea that is provided for your first morning. There is no wifi or cable so this is the perfect place to unplug and enjoy the mountain air and views. There is a DVD player with movies, games, and books to enjoy.
During your vacation stay, you'll have full use of a tiny house that is located in a mobile home community. There is parking next to your door and a coin-op laundry and playground just a short walk away. The Lone Pine Mobile Oasis is a long time neighborhood with full-time RV and short term rentals. There are community laundry and bath facilities, which is where the coin-op washers and dryers are located, as well as a playground with swings.
Owens Valley is a beautiful area that is situated between the Sierras and Death Valley. There are old mining sites that dot the area as well as trout fishing spots for people who like to fish. Diaz Lake is just North of Lone Pine Mobile Oasis and offers fishing and water sports for those with small watercraft.
Death Valley National Park. Here you can enjoy hiking, scenery and a diversity of sites to visit. You'll want to take plenty of water and snacks and make sure that your car runs well. It is a long-distance, but definitely worth the trip. You'll want to start your trip early since in the day as it is hot especially mid-day. You can cool off at Darwin Falls.
Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest. This forest has the oldest trees ever. You can go north to Big Pine then East to the Pine Forest. These ancient trees are high up in the White Mountains and date back thousands and thousands of years. Bancroft Station is the working research station high up in the mountains which opens to the public a few days of the year.
Mount Whitney. Mount Whitney is world renown for hiking whether you hike to the Summit which requires a special permit or hiking the small trails around the campgrounds, this area is both gorgeous and unforgettable.
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