Mandala Spring is a vegetarian and substance-free, wellness resort & retreat center - that means no cooking of meat, fish, or eggs and no drinking of alcohol on the property. We are located on 112 acres of pristine parkland in the town of Cobb California; there are two on-site trailer bathrooms with hot showers and toilets; our amenities include a seasonal outdoor pool, a ye
Mandala Spring is a vegetarian and substance-free, wellness resort & retreat center - that means no cooking of meat, fish, or eggs and no drinking of alcohol on the property. We are located on 112 acres of pristine parkland in the town of Cobb California; there are two on-site trailer bathrooms with hot showers and toilets; our amenities include a seasonal outdoor pool, a year-round pond and creek, a children's playground, mini-golf, miles of walking trails and meditative spots throughout the length of the property.
Please DO NOT select this option if you are planning on bringing in an RV - use our 'RV Site' booking option, or visit our website to book online.
For a more luxurious stay, we have cabins, cottages, and country lodges available (for more information visit mandala.org to book online).
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Breathe it in - there's plenty of it here :)
Paddle boats, paddle boards and kayaks are available to our guests, to use on...Read more
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Mandala Springs is set on 112 acres of land, with an extensive trail system t...Read more
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Mandala Springs Camp Sites in California.
The renowned Harbon Hot Springs is just a 20 minute drive away and *highly* recommended for a 6, or 24 hour pass. (clothing op...Read more
Nearby lakes and hiking trails abound! We'll offer recommendations, if you ask our Front Desk.
Rolling hills and fields all throughout the property...
There are plenty of options, from our own creek-side swimming holes to The Punch Bowl, which is just a 15 minute drive away.
The Punch Bowl will reveal much more than just a good hike down into the magical area; wait until you travel up-stream and disc...Read more
Get to know our agricultural areas! We are developing our center-piece garden, with many more orchards and ag fields along the ...Read more
Yep, we've got a driveway :3
The vibe at Mandala Springs Camp Sites
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When i got there no one was in the office and we never got a map. We went to our campsite and all the grass was overgrown. Then when we went to the pool it was dirty. No one seemed to be there. When we went to the mini golf course the gate was broken the building there had a broken window and it looked abandoned. I was scared because it seemed to have been taken care of there were signs about COVID-19 and masks but no one was there at all.
Great place to car camp with kids!
What a wonderful discovery this place is. My wife and I took our 8-year old son and 4-year daughter to Mandala Springs for Memorial Day Weekend. Even though the weather turned out to include chilly rain for much of the time, everyone still had a great time because, when it was raining, we simply shifted gears to spend quality time in their beautiful yoga studio, where we enjoyed a cozy fire, and board games, musical chairs. We even cranked up the music to create an impromptu dance class/party. Not only that, Jerry and his wife created a wonderful, welcoming vibe by offering a delicious vegan chocolate cake, along with coffee and tea. When the weather was good, our kids LOVED going out on the paddle boats (and visiting Skull Island), playing on the playground, playing miniature golf, playing by the stream, building a campfire, and -- in a stroke of luck -- catching a frog and baby snake. How great to have such a family-friendly place to camp, with such nice, modern amenities (including a VERY nice swimming pool with brand-new looking lounge chairs, hot showers, bathrooms with fancy, high-end soap, etc). All of this surrounded by beautiful hills, tall trees, and, in many places, the sound and sights of the flowing stream. Hiking trails that depart right from the campground. And nice, small grocery store and family-friendly Italian restaurant located a short 5-minute drive away. All of the staff members and other campers whom we met were great. Mandala Springs is a gift to everyone in Northern California who likes to 'car camp' with kids.
Amazing soulful spot. We loved out 4 day, 3-night stay. Mandala Spring was quiet, beautiful, and rejuvenating. We were concerned that it might be too focused on spirituality. It wasn't -- the lack of focus on alcohol and meat draws a lovely crowd of families and people visiting for a wonderful retreat from the madness of urban life. The pool, the pond, and the river were magical!
Peaceful, perfect retreat!
This place is idyllic! We swam, sat by the bonfire, played mini golf, enjoyed the creek that surrounds the property and had an overall amazing time! We will be back.
Great excuse to come out to the lake county to this very family friendly campsite with a playground, bikes, little creek with paddle boats, pool (unheated), a communal campfire (not really designed for bbq grill), immaculate toilet/hot shower trailer and even a commercial kitchen trailer and pizza oven. The kids had a great time and it is a sweet little spot to enjoy being outside for a day or two (nearby Harbin Hotsprings is a new age destination with lots of relaxation and nudity)! It was very cold, windy and wet through the night so the adults were sleep deprived, kids were freezing and we all dashed right out all the way to Middletown at 6.30am for breakfast, we clearly needed better tents... but weather aside I would recommend this campsite (I'd try the cabins next time) for young families. Thanks Jerry for your hospitality!
Quite and off the radar
I camped in my Westfaila — simple camping sites with power and water, warm showers and a nice cold swimming pool. Staff is great, welcoming and helpful.
Great last minute find.
Wonderful family camping experience
This experience far exceeded our expectations. Basically Mandala Springs is a retreat center where they let companies or whoever rent out the whole space and hold retreats or conferences or whatnot. But with coronavirus they're open to campers. So it's a lovely campus, with a swimming pool, a (very small) pond with paddleboats and kayaks, a kids' playground, a communal campfire where you can do s'mores, and bikes and pedal-powered ATV type vehicles available to borrow. There was a lot to do around here, and the facilities are lovely. Everything seems to be recently renovated and really nice compared to most campgrounds. The staff is really friendly and helpful, and there's a great vibe. It's a really family-friendly, quiet, peaceful, fun place to spend a weekend. We camped for two nights and had a great time. It was hot but we found a place in the shade. It is not nearly as dry and dusty as many other campgrounds we have been to. We have a 5-year-old and a 9-year-old and they did great. The only possible downside I would say is that many of the campsites seem pretty exposed (to the sun and other campers), but we found a private and shaded spot near the creek that was perfect. Even in a more exposed spot I'm sure we would have had a great time. There is only one set of bathrooms (they're like portable/trailer bathrooms with nice showers and stocked with shampoo, conditioner., soap, hand sanitizer, and paper towels -- much nicer than your average campground), and our site was a bit of a hike to/from there, but we didn't mind. Our site also didn't have water right there (they pretty much let you just camp wherever you find a nice spot, but that's not necessarily a spot that they have designated a campsite with water etc), but there was water very close by. All in all, we had a wonderful time and would definitely return. I'm sorry for these guys that their retreat business is on hold because of coronavirus, but it is definitely a win for campers! Maybe we can give them enough love to make up for the lost business. :)
Amazing property with lots to do
The properties was great. There’s a group fire pit. I got to play some mini-golf, rode bikes around the property, sat in a paddle boat, took a swim in the pool and saw some deer! The bathroom and showers were new and clean. Some of the highlights: