This well-designed house in, well, the middle of nowhere sits on 80 acres of land and boasts unobstructed views of Death Valley (plus a hot tub). If you do crave a bit of socialization, you're about 20 miles from the border of Death Valley National Park.
From $501 per night
If you're going to travel this summer, you should consider places where you can bask in nature's glory without having to interact with too many other people. And these secluded Airbnbs in the United States should tick off those boxes. From cozy cabins near some sweet hiking trails and camping upgrades to floating tiki huts on the ocean (really) and an Airstream in the desert that makes for a great road trip destination, this list of amazing rentals is bound to have something that inspires your wanderlust. So load up the car and get vacationing (safely, of course).
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