Dutch Pete's Ranch

An Off-grid Retreat

Visit California's Last Frontier

Come visit the wild side --the east side of the Sierra Nevada. You can drive to this destination from the Los Angeles or San Francisco Bay area within a day!  Dutch Pete's is a stand-alone off-grid home, powered by solar panels with a back-up generator. The compound sits at the edge of the meadow, close to the site where the stage coaches stopped to rest in the late 1800s. 
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Enjoy Breathtaking Scenery

The Adobe Valley, known for its wild horses, is nestled between mountain ranges, with world-class views of the majestic 13,000' plus Montgomery and Boundary peaks, just a few miles to the east in Nevada.  Come sit, write, or walk the range enjoying the wildlife, the birds at neighboring Black Lake Preserve, or grazing cattle in the pasture.

Rediscover Your Passions


There are plenty of great places to rock climb in the area. One of the most popular areas nearby is called the Benton Crags. 


Fishermen come from all around to fish some of our streams and rivers. The Owens river is renowned as one of the best fly fishing streams in the West.


Black Lake Preserve is an oasis in the desert. Its shores are home to nearly 100 different species of birds and other wildlife. Those looking 


The roads nearby are popular for road biking, and there's hundreds of miles of mountain biking, hiking, and off-road trails in the area! Check out  Mammoth Scenic Loop and June Lake Loop.
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