Pitch your tent in one of three areas: complete privacy in our hidden ravine, on the slope, over looking the canyon or next to our round pen area with some farm animals (this also includes some awesome views. Right now , there are no facilities, but you are close to the main house. All locations you will need to hike to, but are with in minutes of the main house and some have access to our wifi. We are on a private road, so little to no traffic, we have very few neighbors, and they like to be very private.so quiet, peaceful rustic country setting. We are nestled on the side of a hill with natural scrub oak and bushes. We are constantly upgrading our land, so in the future we can offer more amenities, but right now its bare bones, down to earth country. You ain't getting that in the city! You will be close to wine country, beaches, etc..all within an hour or so! upon request: farm fresh eggs, meat, soaps, etc..
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 50% off
- Response rate: 33%
The vibe at Canyon Views, Ravine, Farm
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If you love expansive canyon views and farm animals, this is the campsite for you. The hosts are a wonderful, hospitable, social family, and will introduce you to their pigs, hens, rabbits, goats, horse, bee hives, and more! The site we stayed on is a simple but large patch of land overlooking the canyon, next door to the pig pen. Don't worry, you'll hardly notice the pigs are there except for the occasional snort and occasional whiff. And you'll get to watch them feed the pigs in the morning!
This is a great place to get away from it all, perfect for campers who love the solitude and are prepared for the primitive nature of a no-facilities site. We loved how quiet and remote the property is (no reception to get those pesky emails), and we loved learning about each of the farm animals on the site. The stars at night are incredibly bright, and the sunset and sunrise over the canyon is beautiful. We brought a tent, fold up table and chairs, camp stove, food, and water, and were lucky enough to get some farm-fresh eggs and thick-cut bacon from our generous hosts to make breakfast. They also make honey, soap, and lip balm from the farm! They're working on clearing the other sites which are more secluded, away from the animals, and looked like they have a little more shade too. We had a great time, and we'd definitely recommend it, especially for campers who are a little more familiar with primitive and dispersed camping.