About Sacred Rock
This site is tucked into the side of a hill, protected from the Westerly winds. It is nesteled in to some rock, just below a grouping of trees. Enjoy expansive views of the Estero Americano and all of the wildlife it attracts. The walk to the bathroom is a short trip up a wildlife trail. There is ample space for two tents. Enjoy the peace and quiet of this land and the singing of the birds in the nearby trees. There is parking for one car only.
You will have access to our pastures for picnics, leisurely walks, or strenuous hikes all at your choosing. When you check in we will give you directions to a few special places on the ranch. A liability waiver will be needed to be signed.
We try to leave the land better off than we found it and hope that you will share the same respect for the pristine beauty of this place. We are 10 minutes away from the quaint town of Valley Ford and 15 minutes from the town of Tomales. Dillon Beach is only 3.5 miles away. Bring your own kayak or canoe and paddle to the ocean down the Estero Americano!
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 1
- Accessible by: Drive
- Accommodation: Tent Only
- Check in after: 2PM
- Check out before: 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Sacred Rock
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Awesome spot, great view morning and evening. Big enough for two tents. The ranch is just a few miles from the beach so we were able to drive down in the evening and have a campfire and watch the sunset. The campground was very isolated, we didn't see anyone else during our stay which made it much more serene than a tradition car camping campground. Very happy with our stay!
The perfect place to stargaze (you can actually see the milky way!) and watch the clouds drift across the sky. It's so quiet with the occasional bird call or cow mooing from across the prairie. We saw deer, wild turkey, and a beautiful egret flying along the estuary. It feels like the middle of nowhere in a way that is soothing to the soul, yet you are not far from beauty of Bodega or the oysters of Tomales Bay. Highly recommend!
It's the kind of place you go to for quiet contemplation. Not a soul in sight, fog and frost in the mornings, gorgeous views for miles once the sun burns through... My sharpest and deepest memory of this place will be the rich yellow moon rises reflecting over the water against a pitch black world.
Bring plenty of layers in the winter and remember there is a slight slope so position your tent accordingly (best fit for me was tent flap facing East). The outhouse here is a pleasant surprise.