Take a tour of a bohemian bus with the cutest bedroom

Based at the Hot Springs Resort in Monroe, Utah, the Nature Bus is the perfect spot for camping out in one of the most beautiful areas you've ever seen. Instead of pitching a tent, why not crash in a cool bus that's been given the hippie treatment? Mystic Mike's Nature Bus may not be glamorous, but it's a fun, functional place to enjoy the gorgeous scenery with your family or friends.
The exterior of the bus is painted a bright blue shade, with detailed images of animals and the outdoors. If you don't require anything fancy and love the feeling of camping and being outside, this bus is the perfect weekend destination. Though the interior is cute and cheerful, you'll likely spend most of your time outside, and it would be a pity if you didn't!
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Step inside this 33-foot bus and enter a hippie heaven! Yellow curtains, bedding, and decor create an atmosphere of pure sunshine and happiness as soon as you enter. The bus contains plenty of space to sleep, including a queen bed, twin bed, and a small futon.
The bus stays warm in the winter via an electric heater, and guests use a common bathroom and shower facility that's adjacent to the bus. Cooking is definitely rustic using an outdoor fire pit and grill...just like camping! Tucked into the back of the bus is the master bedroom, accented with a cute sunflower light fixture and matching rug. There is definitely a 60s vibe happening in here, and it's really groovy!
The bus isn't the best part by far. The location, however, is unforgettable. It almost looks Photoshopped, but these are real images! The bus is housed on 140 acres of property, featuring natural hot springs, mountains, and hiking trails. The view is spectacular, to say the least!
Trees mirrored on the river makes for an amazing photo opportunity. Imagine hiking around the water on a breezy, beautiful day!
From time to time bands come and perform outdoor concerts. Listening to music surrounded by the lush atmosphere sounds like an awesome experience. If you decide to head towards civilization, there's a town less than 10 miles away with shopping and restaurants. Within hours, you can get to the Grand Canyon and other popular Utah parks. If you're looking for a way to embrace nature, take in some stellar stargazing, and try out the hot springs, this may be the trip for you!
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