Located in the local coastal plain of San Luis Obispo, CA. The farm is mountainous and is divided in half with the higher mountainous part for running cattle and the lower portion used for farming 200 different crops organically. They are ancient grains, beans and peas, herbs and spices. You can pick up your pumpkins and Christmas trees less than a mile to the east at Brooks
Located in the local coastal plain of San Luis Obispo, CA. The farm is mountainous and is divided in half with the higher mountainous part for running cattle and the lower portion used for farming 200 different crops organically. They are ancient grains, beans and peas, herbs and spices. You can pick up your pumpkins and Christmas trees less than a mile to the east at Brookshire Farms. We are located within about 7 miles from Montana De Oro State Campground with 100s of miles of hiking trails of various difficulty which is right on the Pacific Ocean and we are 8 miles to Morro Bay Beach. There are views from our higher elevation areas of the farm to view Morro Bay and Morro Rock with the water crashing on the breakwater visible to the naked eye. We can also see all the way to Villa Creek Road on a clear day which is 7+ miles North of Cayucos and South of San Simeon home of Hearst Castle . Villa Creek Road is the sight of the only viable Abalone Farm in California. We are about 5 miles to the back bay of Los Osos which is called Baywood Park on the bay with restaurants from Pizza Parlors to high end dining. There is also wine tasting right across the street from Ralph’s grocery store at Baker & Brain Winery on the weekends.
We offer 3 camping sites two which are dedicated and marked and one that is your choice on the high ground shared with friendly cattle. We do have a composting toilet (green & white on wheels) at the bottom of the property approximately 100 feet south of the entrance. Please bring your own toiletry supplies. We ask that you clean up after yourself in the bathroom and be respectful of other campers.
NO OFF-ROAD VEHICLES are allowed on our property
SPEED LIMIT 10 mph
TENT & TRAILER CAMPING- Campers please be respectful and stay in your booked campsite. Also, Vehicles are to stay on your campsite. Thank you for your understanding.
Views & information about this campsite:
CAMPSITE #2: View of Morro Rock & Pacific Ocean (7miles away), Trees around but not on site. The total space of this site is 40x80. Bathroom is located on site #1 - 200feet to the north. This site has a stone fire ring. Boundaries west to fence, south 1000 feet, east 1/4 mile.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Biking Trails all over the Central Coast
Morro Bay, Avila Beach Non-motorized Back Bay Los Osos, Lopez Lake
Morro Bay, Avila & Lopez Lake
100's of trails on the Property The Central is 1000's of hikes
Near by horse trails at Montana De Oro State Park
Los Osos Back Bay, Morro Bay, Pismo Beach
Morro Bay, Pismo Beach, Cayucos
Numerous Local Beaches and Lopez Lake
Los Osos, Morro Bay, Avila
Natural features you'll find at Farm Camping in the Mountains-Site2 in California.
The vibe at Farm Camping in the Mountains-Site2
Places to see near Larry K.’s Land
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Pros: Friendly host, nice view, campsites are not crammed together, nice location relative to Morro Bay, Montana De Oro, San Luis Obispo.
Cons: A little tricky to find, windy, road noise, ticks, no water or trash cans available.
We loved staying at Larry’s place in site 2! It’s on an organic farm and we were able to check out the green house and see the pig which was an added bonus to the beautiful landscape!
Site 2 had a fire pit and plenty of flat space to set up camp, just no shade or table so make sure to bring your own like we did! Larry came and said hello to us and the directions were really straight forward. Also the camp site is close to SLO, Montana de Oro and Morro Bay which kept us busy throughout our stay.
The site had a stunning view! Larry's land is beautiful and it was awesome to learn about the work being done on it. We had great access to SLO but also felt like we were secluded. I would definitely recommend this spot to anyone coming to the area!