site can only be accessed by back-packing in less than a mile. There is a fire
pit at this site, but no picnic table. This is a great, private spot with
amazing views of Bodega Bay and beyond. There is little shelter to the wind. A porta
potty is located within ¼ mile. Parking is located less than 3/4 a mile away.
This is a backpacking site. That means there are NO facilities. The closest toilets will be a significant walk from where you are camping. Absolutely everything -- you know what that means -- needs to be packed in and packed out. Thanks for your help keeping our land fresh and clean!
Winter Rates $35 plus tax a night for up to 4 people. (March- May 25th)
Summer Rates $55 plus tax a night for up to 4 people. (May 25th- Nov. 15th)
* Additional campers are welcome for $12.50 plus tax per person per night (payable at check-in).
CHECK-IN TIME: Mon-Sat 1pm-8pm, Sunday 1pm-3pm. (Back country sites should arrive well before sundown).
* Well behaved/leashed dogs are welcome for $5 per dog flat rate.
* Hot Showers are available for $2 per person flat rate (covers entire stay).
“Unfortunately, we’re only able to accept campers who arrive before the 8pm Check-in Cut off time."
* There is a 48 hour cancellation policy.
*It is required that everybody check in at the camping office to sign a waiver on the day of check-in.
There are a lot of campers on the lower part of the property at Chanslor Ranch but the Teton Rock campsite is away from everyone and much more private. The view is spectacular and it was an easy and short hike in with our equipment. It's just far enough we enjoyed sleeping under the stars in peace and quiet, but were still close enough to easily hike back down and head into town for supplies. I'd definitely love to come back!
Beautiful spot! And, the people working at Chanslor Ranch were super friendly and helpful! They allow fires now and even offered to drive up some firewood for us on their atv. The site was mostly dirt and some horse poop unfortunately, so it's a bit hard to figure out a good spot for a tent. We made it work just fine by borrowing a shovel from the staff to move the poop out... Also, Teton Rock has great views so campers from the campground below all decided to walk up and take over our campsite while we were making dinner and again super early in the AM - different groups with kids kept coming up with no regard for our personal space. Keep this in mind when booking! The Shelter Cove spot which is right next to Teton Rock looked a lot better and the campers there were left alone by the hoards.
Great spot, views of the ocean & our kids loved climbing on the rock. STEEP climb up to the site so pack very lightly or will have to make multiple trips!
Great Location and very helpful staff. Also the stars in the night sky are beautiful to see from this area!
Sweet spot, cattle come may or may not come and kick it, beautiful view of the pacific. 10/10
Windy, cloudy, and beautiful. The walk to the site is pretty far and pretty uphill. No bugs since it's so windy. Lots of wildlife. There was a picnic table at this site which was super nice.
Our stay was very pleasant. The site has great views! It gets a bit windy so do come prepared! Firewood at the site was cheap and convenient. Checking in was a breeze! The grounds are ample so give yourself time to walk around and take it in.
Teton Rock was awesome! The view from the site was incredible when the fog cleared. Being able to see the ocean and bay was amazing. The site felt very private, much more so than some of the lower sites on the property. The rock itself was great for climbing and provided some shelter from the wind, though the wind wasn't a big issue at all. While the walk from the parking lot to the site is fairly short (about 3/4 mile), the second half is up a rather steep hill. I'd recommend packing lightly. The port-a-potty near the site was clean, though it was located at the bottom of the steep hill. Overall, we had an awesome time and would definitely go back!