This is an interesting concept for a campground. They have cool trailers and campers and traditional teepees with comfortable amenities. We were here in November and the place was nearly empty. I liked the idea but could not help to think this place lacked authenticity. They are owned by a successful boutique hotel chain operator that markets to the upscale young urban sector. So, you can decide if this is your thing. You are going to pay a fairly high price to sleep in a teepee or an old fixed up camper. It’s on the south side of town in a large open space. You will need to plan your visit if you are camping. Marfa can be quite chilly in the late fall and winter and very hot in the summer. The site is also fairly open and dusty, especially when the wind kicks up. The main attraction here is the proximity to Marfa and the arts scene. It’s one a few places to stay in Marfa and can be a good pace meet others in some of the community spaces and events.