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Big Bend StarGazer

Retro Airstream, Spacious Custom Bathhouse, and Covered Deck with Neolithic Views

27' Renovated 2001 Airstream Safari

40 Private Acres

1800sf Roof Cover, Over Deck & Carport

1000sf of Outdoor Living Space

Outdoor Kitchen, Propane Fire Table, Lounging Couch, Dining Table & Chairs

1/2 Mile Nature Trail & Scenic Overlook
Bathhouse w/ Indoor & Outdoor Showers


JuiceBox 40 EV Charger

1 Big Bend StarGazer
10 Deck at night with lights on.
107 Each bed has its own fan.
11 Airstream with shade and water harvesting.
12 Front entrance to Big Bend StarGazer.
121 The Stars over StarGazer
13 Stargazer under the Milky Way.
133 View from the deck of the Chisos on a cloudy morning.
134 Sunset while walking up to Gazer Point. The road is FM170.
14 Propane fire table to enjoy the cool evenings .
15 View from the couch.
150 One of the many spectacular views from Gazer Point.
154 Darksky lighting
16 Views of Santa Elena, Mesa de Anguila from the deck.
17 Views of Chisos Mountains and BBNP
18 Dark Skies
19 StarGazer under stormy skies.
2 View of Big Bend StarGazer Airstream, Deck, and Bathhouse
20 Milky Way
22 Bathhouse accessible via a boardwalk from the deck.
23 Stormy skies at night from the fire table.
24 Couch for lounging night or day.
25 Airstream Living Room
26 Entrance to outdoor shower.
27 Indoor shower and vanity
28 Loo with a view.
29 Propane grill available for use in the outdoor kitchen.
3 Two twin beds side by side overlooking Mesa de Anguila
30 View of the Airstream from the edge of the deck; cable railing with LED light underneat
31 Outdoor kitchen with window, 2 burner stovetop, sink (cold water only), and tons of cou
32 Outdoor kitchen is well lit with dark sky friendly lights
35 The deck at night
36 Computer station with outlets and USB ports on the counter.
37 Dining table
38 StarGazer Deck.
39 Deck kitchen and Airstream.
4 View of th galley from the living room.
40 Terraced garden off the back steps which lead to 2 chairs for stargazing or watching th
41 Dining and Kitchen on the Deck.
42 Entrance to the bathhouse.
43 Bathhouse building with outdoor shower on the right, including a privacy window.
44 Bathhouse
45 Views, windows and light everywhere.
46 Views of both the Chisos and Mesa De Anguila from the bathhouse.
47 View from the outdoor shower. That's Santa Elena and Mesa De Anguila.
48 This wonderful shower feeds a tree so we ask guests to please only use products that we
49 View into bathhouse from outdoor shower.
5 New comfortable leather couch.
51 Proximity of Gazer Point to the Airstream.
52 Sunset on the Chisos; photo taken from Gazer Point
53 Airstream or Submarine
55 Covered parking.
56 Sunset on a walk up to Gazer Point.
6 Dining for two. TV for streaming on your accounts.
8 Airstream kitchen includes 3 burner stove, small oven, small microwave, and sink
9 Updated bathroom with new sink and countertop

The Airstream: The renovated Airstream is equipped with a kitchen (microwave, small oven, small cooktop and sink), two twinXL beds, a small dining table and a comfortable couch. A smart TV is provided to stream content using your own Netflix/Hulu account (but we recommend spending your time outdoors!). The Airstream has 2 air conditioners, 2 sources of heat, and offers Wifi (via DSL). Clean, modern and functional, this is the perfect place to lay your head after a day in the park, or riding the nearby bike trails.

The Deck: Over 1,000 square feet (GIANT) of covered and decked (composite decking) outdoor living space all to yourself. If you’re looking to relax in style, you’re at the right place. Big Bend StarGazer deck offers a large and stylish outdoor kitchen (cooktop/sink/propane grill/dining table/refrigerator) to enjoy meals at home, a couch for lounging, and a propane firetable for those cool nights.

Lighting: Dark sky friendly lights in the outdoor kitchen and living areas, red string lights for stargazing, and a BBQ light for grilling after the sun goes down. Our deck railing has very dim LED's mounted underneath to gently illuminate your surroundings.  

The Bathhouse: Custom designed and built by the owners, this bathhouse is spacious and modern with hot indoor and hot outdoor showers. The vibrant blue tile vanity wall is reminiscent of the sea that this once was.  The interior is full of light and offers carefully placed windows to enjoy the surrounding views. The outdoor shower is large, private, and frames the surrounding mountains for viewing while showering. Hot water, private entry through the bath house, and incredible views make this an experience you won't forget.  

Note: While we are on septic, both of our showers are graywater that is used to feed trees and sometimes the birds will drink this water. For that reason we ask that you please use the bath products that we supply, so we keep the birds and trees happy and well! 

Gazer Point: Enjoy your own jaw dropping private scenic overlook with spectacular 360 views of Big Bend National Park and beyond. Outstanding stargazing opportunities from this overlook; one of the best views in the area - all to yourself! You can hike or drive to the turnaround spot. The overlook is leveled and has large boulders placed for seating; or bring your own chair and experience the view from anywhere.

Gazer Trail: Lovely 1/2 mile meandering trail around the property; great for searching for flora and fauna. Fun morning coffee walk, evening margarita walk or just a ‘stretch out your legs’ walk. Gorgeous views and interesting terrain. Please stick to the trail as much as possible and only take pictures.

Location: Excellent location and easy access; driveway is located off of paved scenic road FM170, located close to the hustle and bustle but quiet and private.

•    2 minutes from the Lajitas Airport mountain bike trails
•    6 minutes to BBRSP mountain bike trail head
•    12 minutes to the Big Bend National Park entrance.
•    11 minutes to Study Butte gas station
•    3 minutes to Long Draw pizza
•    8 minutes to Lajitas General Store
•    5 minutes to Terlingua Ghosttown/Starlight Theatre

Special request of our guests: Please visit and enjoy/relax while leaving no trace. Please be conscientious while visiting the fragile desert ecosystem - stay on the trail and limit your water consumption in the shower and at the sink. StarGazers water supply is rainwater collection and water is very sparse in the desert. We request keeping showers to 3 minutes. Please do not remove fossils or rocks from the property - instead take a picture and leave it for the next person to discover. Thank you for respecting Big Bend and the surrounding desert, treading lightly, and practicing sustainable living during your visit.

Occupancy limited to 2 adults. No pets.

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