Have you ever wanted to have your own private waterfall? Or ever dreamt of sleeping in a redwood lined wall tent? Well, this is your chance! At Upper Falls, you literally have your own private oasis—complete with the gorgeous falls, as well as a deep swimming hole lined with rock walls.
Upper Falls has one campsite (or ahem....glampsite). Which is an awesome redwood lined doorless wall tent. The tent features 4 comfortable canvas cots. Top this off with a flush toilet(bring TP!) and you really can't go wrong (just make sure to bring your own water or a filter).
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Upper Falls
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The campsite is amazing! It seems like the property owner is still making improvements that aren't listed in the amenities. There's a picnic table as well as a folding table (that we used for cooking). The tent has 4 cots, we moved two of them together to make somewhat of a 'queen' sized bed. The bathroom is to die for, it is spotlessly clean and has a flushing toilet, sink, and mirror.... and smells like fresh wood! There's also a large basin sink outside of it for doing your dishes. I noticed a large boxed up propane cooking stove on the side of the tent, so maybe the owner is building a kitchen area? FIVE STAR CAMPSITE FOR SURE!
Freakin' amazing! Loved everything about this site - the canvas tent with cots, the deck, supplied propane grill and extra tanks, flush toilet plus an extra sink outside the bathroom to wash dishes (and far enough away from the camp to keep the critters away). And it's hard to say enough about the creek and waterfalls. We were there on 100* days and the short walk (30 seconds) to dip into the cool creek waters was spectacular. Slippery and rocky around the creek so water shoes encouraged. But it is absolute paradise. Met the owner Chris and manager Robin and they were great. Couldn't be nicer guys. You're way out there so nice to know somebody is around. Speaking of, the gravel road to get to the camp takes a good 30 minutes of slow driving
Oh yeah -- I had read Ben's comment about the long windy road, so we clocked the milage from the property gate to the site and it's about 5 miles, so although you definitely feel like you're getting lost or will never arrive, eventually you do! If you keep an eye on your odometer you can know when to start getting really excited :)
Upper Falls is a very remote, off the grid campsite on a beautiful ranch, full of trees, meadows, and a stream that runs throughout the property. We fell asleep to the sound of our own private waterfall. It was a very relaxing, peaceful experience. We also enjoyed checking out the historical sites as we passed through French Gulch.
This site was awesome! So close to the falls and we brought our floaties (careful walking on the big rocks, very slippery). Mosquitoes are no joke, def bring the bug spray. We drove our 4x4 jeep and were happy to have four wheel drive, would've been tough otherwise. If you wanna get away from it all, this is the spot! Also be sure to bring bedding.