My family is honored to share our land with you so, come feel the healing nature of Medicine Man Land (brief background, my Dad is a shaman, hence the name & the land has been blessed) on 120 beautiful wooded acres in the foothills northeast of Redding, California with views of Mount Lassen and Mount Shasta. Enjoy the the quietness away from the urban hustle, take a
My family is honored to share our land with you so, come feel the healing nature of Medicine Man Land (brief background, my Dad is a shaman, hence the name & the land has been blessed) on 120 beautiful wooded acres in the foothills northeast of Redding, California with views of Mount Lassen and Mount Shasta. Enjoy the the quietness away from the urban hustle, take a dip in the pond, take a stroll in the forest or sit and take in the views of nature and wildlife.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Medicine Man land campsite in California.
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Forest and Samara’s place is definitely out there! Camping here definitely was the solo retreat I was looking for. The views of the surrounding hills and Mt. Shasta are beautiful (though not visible unless you walk up near the house or hike out into the property). That being said, there’s plenty of hiking/walking available, though I only scratched the surface. They own 120 acres. And right now, during springtime, there are thousands of colorful wildflowers blooming all over.
As for the actual camping, there’s a nice grassy knoll down the hill from the house where I pitched my tent. Pretty flat and soft. Semi-private, the house is up above on the hill. The fire pit is big and was really nice to have. Wood was provided, which I appreciated! It also served as a nice bug deterrent. There are plenty of mosquitoes, so bring bug spray.
Sleeping under the stars here was lovely, there isn’t too much light pollution, though I definitely woke up more than once to sounds of large wildlife nearby!
*A high clearance vehicle is highly recommended to get out here. I have a 4x4 truck and still found some of the large, deep potholes in the road intimidating. If you go super slow you might be fine with lower clearance, but if there’s any chance of rain or was rain in the recent past and you don’t have high clearance/4x4 capabilities, I would skip it.
**Another note: do NOT use Google Maps to direct you once you leave the highway. You will have spotty service and it will try to take you to a random pin. I learned that the hard way but thankfully, had the written directions and was able to call Forest on my way up to get clarity. Definitely use the written directions.
***If you bring your dog along, or like to roll around in grass, there are a LOT of ticks, so be sure to check yourself and your pet.