Deep in theredwoods of the Santa Cruz Mountains you'll find this sweet retreat. The single lanejourney up LoveCreek invites you to slow down and take in themajesty andsheer abundance of the rainforest. Our land is entirely off grid, so you will enjoy a sweet spacefree of wifi, street lights, & electric hums.
This site is located half way up our mountainwith filtered light
Deep in the redwoods of the Santa Cruz Mountains you'll find this sweet retreat. The single lane journey up Love Creek invites you to slow down and take in the majesty and sheer abundance of the rainforest. Our land is entirely off grid, so you will enjoy a sweet space free of wifi, street lights, & electric hums.
This site is located half way up our mountain with filtered light and soft duff on the ground. It gets the morning and evening light and it is private. It is a short walk up the hill to the ridgetop where you will see all the open views visible in our photo gallery. The ridgetop is where the fire pit is and it is a communal space for the residents and guests alike.
This land was settled 40 years ago by a women who committed her life to earth based medicine and to healing women. She gave this land its name, Sacred Earth Retreat. We are stewarding the land in honor of that spirit. Come for restoration, reflection and connection.
Bring a healthy tolerance for mosquitos during the summer, plan to be indoors during dusk or bring bug repellant. :)
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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Loved the filtered forrest site, was super quiet, private and just a slice of undeveloped natural forrest beauty.
the drive up is an adventure, but the directions were great, so no trouble really.
thanks a lot, we had a great time and it was exactly what we hoped for.
What a wonderful two nights in a very beautiful place. The ridge views are absolutely stunning!
Directions were easy to follow, and I dealt with Jolyn who is wonderful and helpful.
The spot was more than expected - water was even left for us. Walking around the property was fun and I highly recommend strolling through the rose garden.
The space and experience surpassed expectations.
The hosts went out of their way to make us feel welcome. They seemed eager to share their big patch of forest with strangers. The site had a lot of mosquitoes (early June) and if you're particular about perfectly flat tent spots you may be disappointed. Lots of options for hammocks, but beware of poison oak. There's no fire pit at this site but the hosts found us a spot for a cooking fire even when the other campsites were in use.
Great. quiet, private, & remote.
We loved our stay and we would definitely go back. The property is very secluded and private, under a beautiful and lush redwood canopy. Jolyn was very welcoming and friendly. Her directions were clear and her communication was thorough, which was important because of the remote location and lack of cell coverage. The tent site was clear and flat, with a composting pit toilet. Jolyn also provided and refilled a 1-gal. jug of water each day. If you are used to remote, primitive backpacking-style camping, like we are, it’s great.
We also had a nice wade in the gorgeous creek by the road on the way out. Bonus!
The perfect spot! It was exactly what we were looking for. Jolyn was a great host. The site was quiet and private. It was just easy to access, and nice to escape the bustle of Santa Cruz. The mosquitoes were fierce, and I wish we had been given a heads up. Also it would have been great to have a small table or bench for my camp stove for morning coffee. We will be back!