Perfect getaway for outdoors lovers. Great spot to ride your horse, hike the mountains or ride the four wheelers and dirt bikes. The property is lying on 500 acres witch verity of wildlife including deer and quail.
You can view videos from the ranch here: @7vranch
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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One of our favorite stays yet. The views are beautiful, totally secluded and private. The amount of stars we got to see were an added bonus and we even saw a shooting star. Disappointed we couldn’t stay longer.
Secluded and star filled
For a last minute getaway we had a nice time. We were the only group there so it was very private. The “campsites” are in a valley that despite being a warm day has a nice breeze. We found a tree that provided a shady spot until the sun went behind the hills. Bring bug spray and keep your drinks covered. Bring a shovel to clear a tent spot of dried cow patties. We climbed the hills and the views were very nice and if not for the smoke would have been even better. We left the fly off the tent and the star gazing at night was incredible.
Joanna was kind enough come out and greet me even though it was already dark and was able to guide me to where a good site would be.
Easily accessible going through the gate right off of the highway, (go from the I-5 side instead of the 101 side), a well maintained dirt road that lead to a bunch of very nice spots to camp along the hillside, with some areas providing a great view as well.
Bring shade and bug spray, and maybe a fan if you're camping in the summertime, and you'll have a great time.
Quiet secluded peaceful barebones
Very secluded, no phone signal and we didn't see a single soul all weekend which was fantastic for us. Super quiet, you can only hear planes flying by. Tons of stars at night. A handful of climbable trees (hammock spots possible) but mostly low bushes. The ranch is extremely barebones, no facilities and lots of cow pies (dried up cow poop) everywhere, but since we brought an RV we didn't mind. We walked a couple of great hiking trails within the ranch, 30-40 minutes up to a peak with incredible sunset views over the mountains, felt like front-row seats to the best show in the world. If you're looking for a secluded spot with tons of space, privacy, natural setting and quiet, this is the place.