About Headwaters riparian retreat
Enjoy this 1 acre permaculture ecology artist retreat. Pitch a tent next to the creek and listen to the sounds of nature. Roam the creek bed if the water is low or hike Mix Canyon to the top of the ridge. There is a tree house and a yurt for your use and several gardens and sitting areas. Possible activities include pottery, yoga, and your own art expression. Soak up the forest, breath more oxygen.
A safe outdoor cooking area is designated to ensure all cooking is near water and a fire extinquisher. There is a porta potty for your use during your stay. Please pack out all trash.
Nearby Lake Berryessa, Solano Lake, Putah creek offer boating, swimming, fishing and hiking. Winters has good food choices and Vacaville is just 15 minutes drive for any needed supplies.
I am your park ranger responsible for your safety peace & comfort during your stay in my private garden next to the creek. If you are inexperienced living outdoors I am available to share from my knowledge and encourage you to do your homework before embarking into the wild!
The neighbors are afraid of strangers and instigated a possibly illegal search and seizure according to Solano Sheriff's department. Be forewarned to stay clear of nosy neighbors and report any contact with me immediatly. If I have frightened you please take a deep breath. The zoning for this rare riparian land is watershed and camping is permitted with a signed note on your person should law enforcement request it. This is for all of our safety and I am operating as an occupational hobby not a commercial business.
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 4
- Accessibility: Park at listing
- Campsite area: Bring your own Tents, Cars
- Check in after: 9AM
- Check out before: 4PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Weeknight discount: 20% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Headwaters riparian retreat
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
My boyfriend and I spent a night at the riparian sanctuary. We were greeted by the host, Eleanor and her puppy, Leyla when we arrived and gave us a map and showed us around the grounds. It was a short (probably .5 mile), but steep hike to the Plaza campsite, but when we arrived, there was a tent pitched for us, which was great! The campsite was extremely private and had an amazing view of the hills. We roamed the grounds, relaxed in the hammock, and lounged around in the creek waters. There are mosquitoes and poison oak around, so I'd recommend bringing long pants, bug spray, and Tecnu just in case. This place is great for people seeking and adventurous camping experience!
What an incredible property! Eleanor is a lovely host, and even shared beers with us when we arrived! The communal areas on the property are awesome to enjoy, including a yurt, a treehouse, and the creek, which has a swimming hole! One thing to note is that the campsites are up across the water and many of them are a ways up the hill,, so you'll need to carry your supplies up a pretty steep path to get to the sites. It's totally manageable, but don't plan on car camping where you can just grab things piece by piece. I'd absolutely stay here again, Eleanor was amazing and the land gorgeous, just make sure to pack in a way you can hike your things up to the campsite!