We are in the Irish hills near Los Osos, CA. It's a cattle ranch that overlooks Morro Bay CA. It's open and grassy on top mostly, then rocky in places in lower parts are brushy with oaks. We have a double bed that can accommodate 2 people and then additional cots for 2 more campers. To get into camp, you can either hike in, or I will need to shuttle you into camp. Please coordinate this directly.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 1 month out Weeknight discount: 30% off
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Whiskey Hollow
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This is a spot that I would say is more for the adventurous, up for anything type camper than the "glamping" type camper. My friend and I recently visited this camp and were driven in on a very bumpy, hilly ride in a beat up pick up truck to the camp location, by the host's son. The views and wildflowers along the way were beautiful. Once at camp, our stuff was unloaded and we were left to be. We arrived later in the evening and decided to walk up the hill a bit to see the beautiful views. There were cattle roaming in the field, which was awesome to see so up close and personal. After that we cooked dinner on the grill at camp and settled into a game of yahtzee and some girl talk. In the morning we watched the fog roll across the mountain tops, made some coffee and breakfast and waited for our ride to come pick us up before heading to our next destination. We also enjoyed a chat with the host Craig, who came down to check on us in the evening after he got home from work.
Here are some things I would advise future campers of: You most likely will choose to be shuttled in, so be clear with the host ahead of time on your arrival and departure times. Also, this is an area where cows are free to roam, which is awesome. But along with that brings many cow pies in and around the camp, so I would highly recommend wearing boots of some sort. Also, we arrived later in the evening and left early so it wasn't a problem for us, but if you are there mid- day there is little to no shade, with the exception of the tent itself, which may be hot during the summer months.
Whiskey Hollow is a beautiful, secluded location with wonderful views, best suited for the more adventurous type camper!
Great ‘ol property with an even better host. This remote camp site is ideal for anyone truly looking to escape from city noise and confusion. Must be in good physical shape if you plan to hike the 40 minute hike to and from your car, but you just plan your day around if and when you will venture down for day outings. The views from the site are insanely breath-taking (amazing view of the 9 sisters) - you have a hard time believing you managed to get yourself so removed from the world...it’s so good. Bring solid hiking/walking shoes, boots and plenty of water.