Our place is fun, easy and relaxing. Campsites are primitive with water near. We have a communal fire pit, and some indoor camping too. I have done group gatherings for 40 years and can cater to your needs.If arriving after 8pm there is a $10-20 fee to have someone greet you and take you to your site. (Make sure you have a flashlight)
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict (30 Days)
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 9 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Enchanted Ridge in California.
It is actually a pond, but a very clear beautiful pond.
Places to see near Enchanted Ridge
The vibe at Enchanted Ridge
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
We didn't want to leave this place! It was such a nice escape staying at this property. Susie has owned and lived on this land since the 60s. Since then a few more people have joined and helped her grow and cultivate the land. Susie has planted 3-4 gardens on the land and usually picks her meals fresh from the garden. She even shared her freshly picked salad with us during dinner!
On the property there is a yoga/dance studio in the upstairs level of the barn, which they use to host yoga/dance retreats. It has a beautiful bamboo floor and is kept up very well. You almost forget you're in a barn! We took advantage of this space and had a couple lovely yoga sessions during our time there.
There is also a sauna and man-made pond a short walk away from the main area. All their water is coming from the glacier water from Lassen Volcanic National Park, so the water was crystal clear and very refreshing :) It was so nice being able to jump into the pond after steaming up in the sauna!
There are a couple different options for lodging here. We stayed in the upstairs level of the main house, which has two queens, one king, and one twin bed. There aren't any dividers upstairs separating the beds, so you get to know your neighbors! There are also a couple twin beds downstairs as well. I would suggest bringing your own sleeping bags or blankets for bedding. Susie charges an extra cleaning fee for using her bedding. There is a toilet and shower available for use in the downstairs of the house as well. Outside you can practically pick your piece of land for your tent site. There are around 6 spots for camping in the main area of the property.
Community is a big aspect of this property and is encouraged for everyone that comes here. Everyone is welcomed to come join the fire pit they light every night. An outdoor cooking area is right next to the fire pit too. They just have tables for cooking, so be sure to bring all your cooking supplies! Fires aren't allowed at the individual tent sites, because fires can easily get out of hand in this area. So, they like to keep the fire to one area.
I would definitely recommend this location if you're in need of a mountain escape. This place is the perfect spot for it!
We had two younger kids (5 and 7) and camped in our tent. What an amazing place! So beautiful and comfortable. The pond, sauna, camping spots and general area were all well kept, clean and safe. Susie is awesome. Highly recommend this hipcamp!
What a charming property, nestled in the Cohasset wilderness. Adorable dogs and cats, welcoming hosts, funny noisy bullfrogs, apple orchards, wild berries, and... Mosquitoes. But with repellent, we weren't bothered too much. The water temperature of the pond was perfect. There is a communal firepit, running water, and a guest house with showers. Everything was beyond expectations. I will be back!