We ask for a $20 donation per person
Bring your own linens or sleeping bags
You are welcome to come to pray for the day or a couple of hours. If you're part of a group or you want to reserve the chapel or tabernacle, please make reservations first.
NO - There are a few small kitchens available to use and some rooms have refrigerators. Please inquire if you need a room with a refrigerator. Please do not eat or drink in your room. This will create stains on the carpets and make the ants come running!
Below is a list of restaurants & fast food restaurants nearby.
NO amplifiers or microphones, NO loud noise , NO pets
Children are discouraged from coming. There are a lot of dangers including snake & coyotes. If children are present, they should be with a parent at ALL times. They should never be allowed to roam freely around the property without supervision.
Photo shoots are subject to approval and by appointment only. We do require a donation when using Mountain Home as a backdrop. To book your photo shoot, email us at email@example.com to get pricing, a reservation and approval.
3830 Sierra Hwy, Acton, CA 93510
This carnivorous canine is not the easiest animal to spot in the Mojave Desert, but they are likely to be heard in the evening.
This harmless snake is common throughout California and is active during the day. Often found in yards and gardens.
This harmless snake is common in southern California and less common in the San Joaquin Valley and foothills, and is active during the day. Color can be brown, tan, black, or brick red.
Known for their relatively heavy bodies and diamond-shaped heads, rattlesnakes have either a rattle or a partial rattle made of interlocking rings.
*If you hear a rattle, turn around. Highly Venomous*
The black-tailed jackrabbit is very common in the California desert, where it feeds on shrubs and grasses.
Desert Cottontail Rabbit
Cottontails are named after their tail, which is shaped like a cottony ball.
https://www.desertusa.com/stories/ Is a great place to learn more about the critters we share Mountain Home Desert Retreat with.
Covid-19 Response First and foremost, we want everyone to stay as safe and healthy as possible. Here at Mountain Home Desert Retreat, we have been following California and Los Angeles County guidelines. Currently, we are allowing small groups to use our facilities and stay as guests. Mountain Home Desert Retreat is located on 40 acres so there is plenty of room for small groups or film crews. We do ask that all groups and individuals wear a mask and stay six feet apart while using the Chapel or Tabernacle. Please contact us for more information.
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