Oasis Valley Rental minutes away from Death Valley

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Entire rental unit hosted by Marina

  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bathroom
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Apartment #5 is older building that has been newly remodeled, it has country charm, with a private entry and privacy fence. We are minutes away from Death Valley National park, steps away from public lands for outdoor exploration and walking distance to amenities of downtown Beatty.

The space
The unit is small but charming, It has a full kitchen, with basic cooking utensils, and table for 4 but comfortable for 2. the living area has a large comfortable sofa with loveseat and an ottoman to kick-up your feet. There is a 45" flat screen TV, where you can watch Netflix. It is a one bedroom, with a queen size bed, firm foam mattress, with soft clean linen, and pillows. There is a single chair and table in the bedroom for reflection or relaxation. It has a very large closet with plenty of hangers and extra blankets and linen. The bathroom is small but cozy with a single shower unit. It has an front patio, with a large picnic table and umbrella, or you can enjoy the night sky and star gazing with a fireplace, seating for two. The apartment is surrounded by a privacy fence, to provide the secluded romantic ambiance.

We are within walking distance to Beatty downtown businesses, and close to Death Valley National Park for outdoor recreation.

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What this place offers

Desert view
Kitchen
Wifi
Free driveway parking on premises – 4 spaces
43" HDTV with Netflix, Roku
Portable air conditioning
Private patio or balcony
Private backyard – Fully fenced
Luggage drop-off allowed
Hair dryer

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Beatty, Nevada, United States

Oasis Valley is a fly zone for migrating birds between the Mojave Desert and the Great Basin, Oasis Valley is one of the rare routes that guarantees water. The only alternative is Pahranagat Valley to the east. The Amargosa River winds through Oasis Valley and is classified as ephemeral; however, there are short stretches of permanent water. Elsewhere in the valley, numerous springs, wetlands and farm ponds support an important flyway and a riparian corridor centered with the town of Beatty. These riparian corridors are surrounded by typical upland transitional vegetation of the Mojave and Great Basin desert scrub ecotones. Most of the valley floor is privately owned and the town of Beatty is currently working on restoration of the riparian and spring systems within the Valley. The Nevada Bureau of Land Management manages the remainder of the land. The Bullfrog Hills to the west and the Bare Mountains to the southeast surround Oasis Valley.

Ornithological Summary

In Southern Nevada, the Oasis Valley is one of only two north/south oriented migration corridors - the other being Pahranagat Valley. Theoretically, all land birds migrating into the Great Basin and other locales to the north, must pass through these two corridors. Although there are some areas of extensive tamarisk, the riparian areas throughout the Valley are to a large extent one of the healthiest examples throughout southern Nevada. With the Town of Beatty working hard to protect these areas, this site offers birds a reliable safe-haven to rest and refuel before continuing their migratory journey. Without such a site, major migration patterns would be interrupted and significant population declines could result.
Conservation Issues

Tamarisk, Russian olive, other invasive exotics. Negotiations with the major landowner in the valley, and the holder of the best habitat, recently broke down. The landowner may be posturing, but has expressed a preference to sell the property to a developer. Its proximity to sprawling Las Vegas could make this an economically feasible alternative. off-road vehicle use.
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The primary conservation issue in the area is the degradation of the riparian corridor and the adjacent spring resources. Many of these concerns have been addressed through the conservation efforts directed at the Amargosa toad. Although these directives are not specific to birds, all conservation efforts to rehabilitate the riparian corridor and spring system will have a net positive effect for birds and other natural elements. The town of Beatty is interested in these conservation efforts and has been actively pursuing a green-belt initiative.

Habitat restoration and enhancement is needed in some areas, but work is already in progress. Stream and spring restoration including removal of exotic species, re initiating historic water flow rates and levels, and erosion and stream bank stabilization are priorities. Time to allow the regeneration and maturation of native vegetation including willows and cottonwoods are needed.
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Birds in This Area
Red-naped Sapsucker
Sphyrapicus nuchalis
Mew calls (and soft nestling calls)
Ash-throated Flycatcher
Myiarchus cinerascens
dawn song
Vesper Sparrow
Black-throat Gray Warbler
White-faced Ibis
Willow Flycatcher
Common Yellow throat

Credit: National Audubon So

Hosted by Marina

  1. Joined in October 2019
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Oasis Valley Rentals is an older building that has been newly remodeled for that weekend getaway, with a separate privacy fence/yard. Located 7 miles from Death Valley National Park, allowing close proximity for desert exploration in and around the National Park.
Oasis Valley Rentals is an older building that has been newly remodeled for that weekend getaway, with a separate privacy fence/yard. Located 7 miles from Death Valley National Pa…

During your stay

I will not be available in person, but there will be a property caretaker to help with needs.

Additionally, please be respectful of others, as there is another unit next door. Be mindful of the volume of noises, such as the TV and other, especially during evening & night hours. Our goal is to provide a tranquil and pleasant experience for those who are staying with us.

For check out, please collect trash around the apartment, and wash the dishes. You can leave the bag of trash in the unit and we will throw it out.

A new tenant next door has several dog that barks-sorry I can't do anything about that.

Please note our community is small, we have few amenities, prepare by brining your own snacks, and or fruits and veggies, as we do not have the option for purchase in our little town. The next town to purchase these items, are North from Beatty, is Tonopah, or South of Beatty, in Pahrump or Las Vegas. We do have a General Store, with snack options, and drinks.
I will not be available in person, but there will be a property caretaker to help with needs.

Additionally, please be respectful of others, as there is another unit next…

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House rules

Check-in: 15:00 - 23:00
Check out: 11:00
Self check-in with keypad
Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

Airbnb's COVID-19 safety practices apply
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit – if you damage the home, you may be charged up to £400

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