You'll love it here .5 mile to beach, 8 to the Redwoods, close to world class surfing amazing Mt. Biking. We offer you pick Strawberries and the SWEETEST Pumpkin Patch in all the land. Just a short drive to great restaurants. . Please be mindful the farm is small and has limited parking we ask you to unload and park along the street.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Sweet Spot On The Farm #2-4 in California.
The vibe at Sweet Spot On The Farm #2-4
Places to see near Crystal Bay Farm by the Sea
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Lori was so awesome and friendly - she showed us around the farm and brought coffee out in the morning! The farm is awesome - goats, chickens, a horse, divine strawberries and many other delights await! The site is in a field so is not super private but that didn't bother us, just something to know. Lori's also working on a cool sunflower screen for more privacy between sites.
We had a really fun time at Crystal Bay. What a beautiful and unique place. Lori was a welcoming host and greeted us on arrival. We pitched our tent and went into town for some Mexican food in Watsonville (Lori gave us a fantastic recommendation)! We got to walk the goats and Lori let us pick some fresh strawberries and take home some squash to cook from the farm. This is a working farm with lots of beautiful animals and projects in place, you’ll feel submerged in the experience. We really liked it and would love to camp here again :)
This farm is so beautiful and wonderful. Lori is incredibly kind and welcoming! We felt so at home walking around the beautiful gardens, eating the most delicious and sweet strawberries, walking goats on leashes (!!), and cozying up by the fire. I would love to spend another weekend relaxing here!
Lori was a great host and the setup was wonderful. She was able to upgrade our group to one of the larger campsites for free after a different group cancelled. The farm was beautiful and had a nice communal area for cooking / sitting around the fire.
Nice place, but campsites are really close together. When reserving, the map gives the impression that the sites are well separated, but in actuality they’re about 30 feet apart. Would have been nice to have more privacy, but overall the stay was good. Extremely friendly host and farm workers, the best strawberries, an impressive assortment of animals, and a nice common area with firepit. If you don’t mind being in close proximity to other campers, this is a very good choice.
What a find!! I brought my niece and nephew visiting from the Midwest and I’m so happy that I did. We had such a wonderful weekend. The kids loved the animals and being able to pick strawberries. The property is the perfect size. The children were able to roam around free range without any worries of getting lost or feeling unsafe.
Lori was a great hostess. The farm is a great spot for a family looking for a little adventure. I’m looking forward to my next visit without the children.
We stayed two nights over Labor Day weekend. Our host Lori was available to meet us and direct us to the campsite. This was the kids’ first camping trip and therefore we packed too much stuff that we had to take two cars. Lori was very accommodating and created space on site to allow for the extra car.
The campsite is perfect for first timers and young kids. The four camp sites are very close together. The straw ground was a good idea as everything got wet overnight. However, the campsite is lacking plumbing basics—running water, flushing toilets. There is a bathroom but it, unfortunately, was out of order. There is an outdoor shower that requires some tricks to use.
The highlight of the camp was the strawberry picking, walking the goats, and a variety of farm animals. The fire pit and picnic tables were fabulous.