This lodge sits among the Oaks at our campground. It has 2 bedrooms (1 bunk bed, 2 twin beds + 1 queen bed (sleeps 6) and two bathrooms, as well as a fully appointed kitchen. There is a lovely deck for private contemplation, as well as access to a nearby fire pit. Our campground is a former Methodist Campground, mere steps away from the historic village of Arroyo Grande, an
This lodge sits among the Oaks at our campground. It has 2 bedrooms (1 bunk bed, 2 twin beds + 1 queen bed (sleeps 6) and two bathrooms, as well as a fully appointed kitchen. There is a lovely deck for private contemplation, as well as access to a nearby fire pit. Our campground is a former Methodist Campground, mere steps away from the historic village of Arroyo Grande, and very near beaches (4 miles) and Lopez Lake (12 miles) We also have a pool for campground enjoyment. YOU MUST BRING YOUR OWN BEDDING!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 30% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Had a great 4th of July weekend here. This historical camp site is unique, affordable and conveniently located. If you are looking for luxury this is not the place for you. They are in the process of fixing it up and have a friendly and helpful couple that run the whole place. The lodge we booked was HUGE. There are two bedrooms, one with a twin set of bunk beds and two single twin beds. The second bedroom has a queen bed and an attached half bath. The full kitchen has a table, chairs, stove, oven, three bowl sink and refrigerator. Please note, there is no microwave, toaster or coffee maker. The camp is in the process of taking inventory of their kitchen supplies. When we arrived we were told that all supplies were in the main kitchen and we were welcome to use anything we would like. Either bring your own supplies, or call ahead to the have the friendly camp manager stock the items you need. I did need to purchase a cookie sheet and hot pads at a nearby store to bake garlic bread. Their cookie sheet was too large for the oven because the main kitchen has industrial size ovens. I would say if you have camping dishes just bring them so you have what you need. They also offered us ice from the main kitchen, but we did not need to use it. There are two full baths off each side of the kitchen. They each have a shower, seperate room with a toilet and two sinks. Hot water was readily available. Don't forget bed linens, hand towels, bath/pool towels, dish towels, soap, TP, paper towels and garbage bags. One bathroom had a mat in front of the shower. I would suggest bringing an extra towel or bath mat. The toilet paper and paper towels were hit and miss. Some holders were stocked, some were empty and there was some extra toilet paper that was not placed in a dispenser. I found it easier to bring my own. There is a large trash can with a lid in the kitchen. The camp hosts will pick up the trash if you tie up the bag and place it outside of the cabin. There were four large couches a trunk and a coffee table in the great room. I would suggest bringing extra sheets to drape over them if you are planning on lounging at all. They are a bit worn. The great room is very roomy and a fun place to play things like giant jenga or yard yahtzee. (Both games we brought.) Our lodge had a nice sized deck with a table and chairs that we enjoyed eating dinner on our first night. The carpet did not appear to have been vacuumed and there were a few spiders around. It would be nice to have a vacuum and a broom with dustpan available in the lodge. The main camp fire pit is close and is assigned to the Ikeda Family Lodge. We did not have the opportunity to use it because we had a bonfire at the beach instead! The pool is beautifully maintained and a comfortable temperature. There is a sign up sheet at the entrance. Your group can sign up for a 1 hour block of time and if no one is signed up after you, you can continue to swim. We had a nice 1 1/2 hours at the pool. There are inflatables, pool noodles, and a compressor to fill any you may bring of your own. There are bathrooms out front of the pool area that have showers as well. This location is tucked behind a residential area, 4 miles from the beach and 12 miles from Lake Lopez. We were blessed to book this location last minute and can't wait to return. Thank you Camp Arroyo Grande!