Historic, vernacular log cabin with a spacious deck over looking our healthy trout stream. Sleeps five with plenty of room for extra mats and tents. This site is suitable for larger groups. Inside and outside camp kitchens have everything needed including a coffee grinder cork screw and plenty of ice.
Tent camping sites are extra.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
The Trinity Aretes are a 30 min drive away. https://www.mountainproject.com/v/trinity-artes/105904815
The Trinity River is 20 mins away and has lots of rating to offer.
Natural features you'll find at Log Cabin in California.
We have a pond and creek on our property
The vibe at Log Cabin
Places to see near PANTILOKPOM
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The secluded area of Pantilokpom is a dream—tons of open land to roam freely and beautiful, clear night skies filled with thousands of stars—I didn’t want to leave.
The host’s mom, Joyce, lives on-site and is welcoming. Mani, the other host, was just as gracious, friendly, and made sure we had everything to make our stay enjoyable.
The cabin was rustic and I loved the outdoor kitchen. The outdoor shower is not attached to the cabin, as you might assume from the pictures, but just a short 3 min walk. Although, there was a tub in the cabin that was recommended we not use as the outdoor shower was a better option.
If you’re looking for a quiet, getaway in a remote place, this is your spot. I hope to visit again. The hosts made the experience memorable. Thank you!
We had booked the cabin for 4 nights, for labor weekend. When we got to the cabin, the handy man said he was not aware of our stay... He was actually hanging out in the cabin with friends. In about 5 minutes, they cleared up their stuffs, but did not clean anything. The cabin was super dirty with old tooth brushes, food leftovers in the oven, rotten food in the out of order fridge, clogged sink, stinky sheets, trash everywhere in the yard, dog poops, etc. etc. Beside the fact that the cabin was gross, we felt particularly unsafe because of the unsecured scary stairs. I had mentioned to the owner that we had 2 little ones (2&5 yo) and I am surprised he did not specify this place is not safe for young kids.
Well, we had to stay for the first night as the cabin is very remote and it was late already. We cleaned what we could and slept in our sleeping bags that I had packed by chance. We left early in the morning and contacted Hipcamp to report the issue. They've been very responsive. This whole time, we could not get a hold on the owner.
This is too bad, this place could have been magic. The cabin is pretty and the creek looked amazing.
This place only exists in dreams!
My wife and I stayed two nights at this magical place and we didn't want to leave. The sound of the creek water, the twitter of the birds, the clean fresh air, and the sun beams through the branches of the pine tree forrest were all dazzling. We took hundreds of pictures!
It's a ~30 minutes bumpy drive up the mountain from the highway (rocks and potholes) with no service on the way, but it's totally worth it. On the way up, we saw a bear, a deer, a rabbit and many squirrels.
The place is a private camping ground in the middle of the forrest. It has two log cabins and three tents, and many hammocks all around (In addition to the owner's summer house). Every cabin and tent has its own private space and its own fire pit, and there are a few other big shared fire pits in between. The outhouse and the shower are shared.
We were lucky to get the big log cabin. It has a balcony right at the creek, and a bigger private area. There are 3 bids in the cabin with clean sheets and towels. It also has a small kitchenette and a wood burning stove/heater. But we never used that because we spent most of the two nights by the fire pit listening to the water sound and watching the stars.
Only 5 minutes down the highway there is a river rafting company "bigfoot rafting", we spent a day at the trinity river, and we left our dog at the cabin (the doors can be locked).
The hosts (Tim, Mani and Joyce) were very accommodating. We booked a cabin only one night before heading there, and Tim responded in a few hours to confirm our booking. Mani was waiting for us when we arrived, took us on a tour around the place, got us connected to the wifi, and made sure we had everything we needed. Joyce (the owner) is an architect who bought this property a long time ago and kept working on every single detail since then. She's a well read and well traveled lady. We met her on the second day and we enjoyed our short conversation with her.
We're definitely going back there every summer!
Best possible experience!
Wow! My wife & I cannot get over the wonderful time we had staying here. The cabin was very accommodating what with private outdoor kitchen, running water, electricity & WiFi. Fantastic layout- you get a large outdoor area with a fire pit & two hammocks. The cabin deck over looks a stream so the sound of water really adds to the relaxation. This property is incredible! Granted I think we got lucky since there were no other campers the weekend we stayed. Our dog had an open terrain to enjoy! One of the highlights is definitely Manny, the host on site. He was thoughtful & courteous. In his trips into town he would check to see if we needed supplies. On our 2nd night he invited us to view the “scube” all lit up & it was BRILLIANT. I truly hope we get the opportunity to visit again.