Wagon Station Encampment is the name of an innovatively designed cluster of camping shelters designed by none other than Andrea Zittel, a famous American sculptor and installation artist known for her thought-provoking creations.
These camping shelters consist of as many as 10 unique pods or wagon stations located near Joshua Tree National Park in southern California. These camping shelters are designed to be easily portable, so that inhabitants can move them to keep up with changing weather conditions. Transparent ceiling panels allow users to enjoy the sight of stars while resting.
Open to use by anyone exploring the area and willing to pay $120 a week, these camping shelters are designed not just to provide shelter from the elements but to create a sense of community in the secluded area.
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