Spoiler alert: Our swimming hole is about done for the season. BYO bedding. Twenty campers get three tent sites (two along the Tule River), one glamping cabin, one rustic cabin, one 1974 Airstream trailer, hot showers, full kitchen, gas bbq, 5 toilets. Ginormous firepit (BYO firewood for fire pit or our two non-gas bbq's), free wifi, multiple seating/dining options.
The Kitchen has a range/oven, large fridge, microwave, full dishes and utensils and pots and pans with a big washing area in the back. BYO firewood for our 10' diameter river rock fire pit. BYO charcoal for use in our two bbq's or use our gas grill.
Please note: you are expected to leave the ranch and kitchen area as you found it, i.e., dishes washed thoroughly and dried and put away, recycling separated from trash, food scraps in compost buckets, sticky marshmallow removed from forks and surfaces (ick!). Thank you.
Gorgeous, clear, dark night skies. Roam on 722 preserved and carefully-cared for acres next to the Giant Sequoia National Monument with 33 groves in driving distance. Hike to the top of the ranch and see the Coast Ranges on a clear day.
This is a special place, designed for great camaraderie and memory-making, not raves or late-night partying.
Please see the Rules and Safety section to review our Waiver of Liability.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Sierra Foothills Group Camp
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My friends and I visited "Sierra Foothills Group Camp" in March and we could not have had a better experience. The property is stunning - vast, diverse, and accommodating. We found several hikes, a river, wildlife, and many camping spots. The best part of our visit, though, was our host, Gary. Gary is a one of a kind human - he's spectacularly generous, quick to respond to our questions, and loves to teach others about the property. On the final day of our stay, he took our large group on a walk around the property with his biologist colleagues. We learned about the history of the land, his property management and maintenance, as well as lots of really great information about the flora and fauna all around us.
We will be back to camp at the Sierra Foothills Group Campsite - it was one of the most refreshing weekends I've experienced thus far. Thanks so much, Gary!
We absolutely loved our time here! The site was perfect for accommodating a large family camping weekend, with plenty of shade and sufficient kitchen facilities for meal prep. The watering hole on the campsite was not really appealing for swimming this time of year, but the Lower Coffee Campsite watering hole was only 10 minutes away and perfect for cooling off! Our only issue with the site was dealing with the aggressive yellow jackets during mealtimes (we had two people get stung). But bee stings aside, we had a wonderful time and hope to come back!
Fantastic oasis for peace and relaxation.
Perfect for friends, families, groups, weddings...
Full kitchen beyond our expectations. We could have prepared any type of meal here.
Private and very well maintained.