People.com Lifestyle Home Lana Del Rey Filmed Her 'White Dress' Music Video at a Wild Trailer Park Hotel in Joshua Tree — See Inside! The free spirited hotel is comprised of 11 individually designed vintage trailers, cabins, train cars — and even a houseboat — with unique names such as The Sideshow and The Peewee By Katie Campione Katie Campione Digital News Writer, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on March 30, 2021 06:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Luke Gibson. inset: getty images Lana Del Rey found quite the quirky spot to film her latest music video. The singer, 35, took her roller skates to a trailer park hotel in Southern California desert for the video companion to "White Dress," a song off her new album Chemtrails Over the Country Club. Partially shot at Hicksville Trailer Palace in Joshua Tree, the music video features Del Rey gliding through desert roads, making pitstops at diners and eventually making her way to the trailer palace as she sings. Luke Gibson Luke Gibson Luke Gibson Luke Gibson Man Sat in Pool of Bean Dip for 24 Hours to Save L.A. Restaurant — and Lana Del Rey Cheered Him on! The free spirited hotel is comprised of 11 individually designed vintage trailers, cabins, train cars — and even a houseboat — with unique names such as The Sideshow and The Peewee. In the "White Dress" music video, Lana Del Rey can be seen skating atop the roof of The Skipper and spinning poolside, with The Fifi and The Lux trailers in the distance. The New World — a 40-foot original 1950s trailer named after Roger Corman's studio — is also featured heavily. Across seven acres, the property includes a number of activities and amenities including a ball pit, a newly renovated game room, a BB gun and archery range, a saltwater pool, a rooftop hot tub and a mini golf range. Lana Del Rey Fractures Arm After She 'Wiped Out' While Skating: It 'Isn't That Bad' Guests can also gather in The Tipi, an area meant for socializing with others, building a fire pit and enjoying each other's company. Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. The eccentric property is owned by Erica Beers and Rebecca Slivka, who purchased the property about a year ago after visiting the property for six years in a row as guests. Starting rates for a stay at the Hicksville Trailer Palace range from $100 to $300 per night.