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We went there for the New Year's Eve party and had fun camping that night. The camping is definitely more expensive than state park camping, but if you've never stayed here before it's worth it. They have outdoor kitchens that are free to use with...More
You don't even have to leave El Cosmico to have the real Marfa experience, it's all right there for you: the artist-type people, the hipster-esque ambiance with the decor of vintage posters for music festivals in the lobby, and desert flatlands of the property, as...More
We went to El Cosmico with our dog for New Year’s Celebration. I can’t think of a more upbeat, friendly, and young crowd to be in to celebrate a new year. The setting is mostly rustic (it’s a campground after all), and they had lit...More
You need to book this place really far in advance but I think that on balance it is worth it. The place is just outside of Marfa, close enough to walk or bike. We stayed in one of their explorer type tents as we couldn't...More
This was a fun place to experience but I doubt we'll be back. It's very hipster and trendy but we were disappointed at the noise level on our first night. We stayed in a tent our first night and were kept awake all night but...More
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No, none of the tents, yurts or teepees have air conditioners. Honestly you don't really need them. It's sort of stuffy in the daytime but are you really hanging out in it in the day time? There are fans in the yurts and I... More
No, none of the tents, yurts or teepees have air conditioners. Honestly you don't really need them. It's sort of stuffy in the daytime but are you really hanging out in it in the day time? There are fans in the yurts and I believe there are some in the teepees as well. We were cool enough.
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"Remember to bring your own charcoal or propane, but do bring your own alcohol, you have to buy theirs..."