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DESERT CAMPING

AT STARGAZER RANCH

OUT IN THE COUNTRY

Mineshaft is teaming up with the guys from Bartlett Lake Bash to offer Dry Camping just a 6 minute drive from Bisbee!

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Originally Bisbee's Zoo, Stargazer Ranch is now a gay-owned cowboy/biker bar and restaurant set on 20 acres.

With sweeping views of Sulphur Springs Valley that stretches for miles, it's a world away from city life but really close to town --- AND it has an onsite restaurant and bar!

MINESHAFT DRY CAMPING

BARTLETT LAKE BASH SPECIAL OFFER

Just $99

Dry Campsites for up to 2 weeks PLUS a free Dogtag!

This offer is only available by booking directly with Stargazer Ranch.

TO BOOK YOUR STAY

(520) 221-7769

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Bar
 
Full service bar with a relaxed vibe has  stone fireplaces, pool tables and shuffleboard.
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Restaurant
 
Country style breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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No per/person restrictions

At The Thirsty Lizard you rent a camping space, so you can park a rig or set up tents. They don't charge per person.

DETAILS

Dry Camping Sites for tents, RVs, trailers and campers.
(no utilities and limited facilities) 

CHECK IN

Anytime after 3PM on Sunday June 16

LENGTH OF STAY 

Your campsite rental is from June 16 to June 30

RV OR TENT CAMPING 

You rent the space, its up to you to do with it what you want.
 

 

OCCUPANCY 

There are no restrictions on how many people may share your campsite, as long as it fits.
 

 

FACILITIES
There are public restrooms in the bar/restaurant available during business hours, typically noon-10PM and midnight Friday and Saturday. There are no showers.

 

UTILITIES

This is "dry camping," there are no water, electricity or sewer connections. There is an on-site dumpster. Grey water must be disposed of off-site.

PETS ARE ALLOWED

Your four-legged friends are welcome but you are responsible for their behavior, you must clean up after them and be aware that there are wild animals such as coyotes and rattlers that you must protect them from. 


NO FIRES

This is fire season, so outdoor cooking is permissible but campfires are prohibited.

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