Stay Wild Campground

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About Stay Wild Campground

Hipcamp host Alma
Hosted byAlma
For a truly unique experience pitch your tent on a small bluff overlooking the home of over 40 gibbons and listen to them sing as you peacefully sip your morning coffee. With just a short drive from the hustle bustle find yourself a world away in ranch country, where the earth is parched, the sunsets are fiery and the night sky is filled with stars. On the site there is a fire Read more...

For a truly unique experience pitch your tent on a small bluff overlooking the home of over 40 gibbons and listen to them sing as you peacefully sip your morning coffee. With just a short drive from the hustle bustle find yourself a world away in ranch country, where the earth is parched, the sunsets are fiery and the night sky is filled with stars.

On the site there is a fire pit for your use and a table and BBQ less than a minute walk. We are environmentally minded facility and encourage you to camp lightly, be mindful of your footprint, pack it in and pack it out.

You’re welcome to stroll through the center at your leisure and if you want to learn about these endangered apes schedule a tour with one of their knowledgeable staff members. All of purchases go directly towards supporting the Gibbon Conservation Center.

Fires are allowed
Firewood provided, Fire ring, Communal fire ring
Potable water is available
Spigot, Bottled water or jugs
Pets are not allowed
Have a question? Send Alma a message!
  • Listing type: Private
  • No. of sites: 2
  • Accessible by: Walk
  • Accommodation: Tent Only
  • Check in after: 4PM
  • Check out before: 2PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: None
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out
  • Response time: Within 24 hours
  • Response rate: 100%

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Hipcamper Ezekiel

One of the most unique camping experiences so far! Waking up at 6:00am to the sounds of singing apes is pretty incredible. Our host Alma was so welcoming and was more than happy to show us around and answer any questions we had about the gibbons. The work they do is amazing and inspiring, such a wonderful experience.

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Hipcamper Vince

Amazing place, an hour from LA. Wake up to the sound of gibbons singing!

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Hipcamper Nancy

If you love gibbons this is a fun and unique way to support them directly while spending time with them in close proximity. You wake up to the sound of them singing, which is very early in the morning so it is a very rare opportunity to experience. You can wander about the site watching them play in the morning. The site itself is great, cleared and flat with a campfire and rocking chairs, as well as a nice grill that is yours to use.

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Property
Gibbon Conservation Center
State
California
$50/night
Tent Only - Hike In: 2 Sites