Our farm is located on the central coast of California in the small town of Nipomo, California and just minutes away from Highway 101. The camp site is located in a quiet, country setting surrounded by fields of trees and scenic views of the foothills. It is also just a short distance away from many attractions -- to name just a few, the Pacific ocean, wineries and some of the
Our farm is located on the central coast of California in the small town of Nipomo, California and just minutes away from Highway 101. The camp site is located in a quiet, country setting surrounded by fields of trees and scenic views of the foothills. It is also just a short distance away from many attractions -- to name just a few, the Pacific ocean, wineries and some of the best seafood and steak houses in California . . . and just down the road is the historic Dana Adobe. Our property is also home to one of the largest oak trees in California.
There are three RV/trailer sites which have both water and electric hookups (Sites 1, 2 & 3 on the map) and two dry camp sites for tents/cars/vans which have water (Sites 4 & 5 on the map).
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Many hiking trails in the area with varying levels of difficulty
Dunes are just a short distance away
Pacific Ocean is minutes away
Our farm is home to many types of wildlife -- deer, rabbits, several species of birds (to name a few)
Natural features you'll find at Camping under the Oaks in California.
Both Avila Beach and Pismo Beach are minutes away
The vibe at Camping under the Oaks
Places to see near Holloway's Christmas Tree Farm
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Overall really nice stay. Easy to find, easy to get situated, helpful hosts. It was a little close to the highway so there was highway noise, but it didn't bother me once I got situated in the tent. The whole place smelled like Christmas trees too, so that was fun.
Christmas in june!
Getting to camp on a Christmas tree farm was unique. It is a perfect grassy area to pull up, pitch a tent, and relax for the night. There is potable water and a toilet a few yards from the campsites. The location is easy to find and the highway is easily accessible making it a short, stress free drive to Pismo beach. We were able to arrive late in the day, set up camp, and gets to the beach with time to drive around and hang out before sunset. The property houses some beautiful oak trees including one of the oldest in the country and is also down the road from one of the oldest settlements in the state. If you are looking for an easily accessible, private campground with friendly atmosphere and a unique view this is it.
Very nice camp spot!!!
Carl and Debbie were very easy and nice to deal with. Their farm was beautiful. Surrounded by the smell of Xmas trees and huge oak trees were perfect shade. We would definitely recommend them to everyone and we will ourselves stay there again in the future.
Campsite 4 for tents was awesome!!
The camsite was clean, quiet, peaceful, and the mountain views spectacular! Beaches, quaint towns, and activities just 15 minutes away. The hosts were accommodating, honored our privacy, but quick to respond to any needs. The historic landmark nearby, "Dana Adobe", is a must see!
Christmas time all the time!!!
Great place to stay. Our 3 kids thought having a Christmas tree farm to themselves was awesome. The hosts are very helpful if you need anything. Very helpful to be able to have power and water
Great spot under the oaks
We enjoyed our stay (2 days) at Carl and Debbie's farm a lot. Carl helped us settle in and gave us some recommendations for food etc. We'd definitely stay there again!