Pitch your tent in our mature 30 acre organic olive orchard. Plenty of space for privacy. Full use of in ground swimming pool. Ideal for a layover or extended stay. 3 miles to I-5. To get to the farm from I-5 take Rte 32 towards Chico. Proceed though Orland and make a right on Rd O ( The roads are in alphabetical order). At the end of the road you have to make a right. The farmContinue reading...
Pitch your tent in our mature 30 acre organic olive orchard. Plenty of space for privacy. Full use of in ground swimming pool. Ideal for a layover or extended stay. 3 miles to I-5. To get to the farm from I-5 take Rte 32 towards Chico. Proceed though Orland and make a right on Rd O ( The roads are in alphabetical order). At the end of the road you have to make a right. The farm entrance is the first left with the white fence. Address 6913 Cty Rd 16 Orland CA 95963.
Please read our Rules & Safety section when you start booking before you confirm your booking. We are a working farm, and want to set expectations clearly for campers before they arrive.
Swimming in the pool is at campers own risk. When it gets hot out, there many be algae in the pool, or it may get cloudy. We do our best to keep it spotless and clean, but are offering this as an added bonus for campers. It is not a typical part of the experience, so keep in mind it may not be usable during your time here.
You will likely encounter two dogs on the property -- one is ours and one is the neighbor's. They are both bigger guard dogs that roam the property, so keep this in mind when booking if you are uncomfortable.
You are welcome to use the two bathrooms in the main house. Keep in mind you may encounter someone inside during the day.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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This site is beautiful. The orchards are great and you can pitch a tent anywhere between the rows. The draw backs were that the facilities were inside the home of the man residing there, which is ok, although as a solo, female camper could be pretty intimidating. The folks there were very responsive to email, although when I arrived the gentleman at this home didn't know who I was or that I was coming.
Olives and Oranges was a fantastic place to stay. The orchard was very large and since we were the only campers there (4 people), we had an abundance of space. We would definitely stay here again!
We arrived late to the orchard but were able to easily find it in the dark. It was quiet, secluded and a perfect stop to pitch a tent before heading back on the road the next morning.
This was a perfect spot to pitch a tent for the night while driving on I-5. Jeremy, the owner was so very nice. He even offered coffee and muffins to us while using the bathroom. There are dogs around, but they are sweet.
The neighboring farmer let us pick some peaches to take on the road too!!
Jeremy's olive grove was a fun, quiet place to park our camper van for the night. He was very nice, telling us all about the farm & the neighbor's farms, his work, and even offered to let us drive one of the tractors. (I totally wanted to take him up on it, but we needed to head out.) He also offered us use of the pool in back of the house. There are three dogs that roam the property, two of his and one of the neighbor's. The neighbor's dog, Monty, is a large German Shepherd / wolfish mix, so he can seem intimidating, although he is very sweet -- so sweet, he may try to jump up on you if you pay attention to him, so just be prepared to gently push him down & away if you're not into that. If you have bad hay/grass allergies, this may not be the place for you. Otherwise, it's a great place to get some good sleep!
It was a great night sleeping under the stars! We were greeted by the neighbor's dog (initially thought to be named Seamus but later found to be named Monty). We did end up camping on the wrong side of the fence. The neighbor was very gracious but best to stay within the white fence!