This site is located on historic hwy 101. First you encounter as you cross humboldt county line. The property is an organic farm that is terraced to create many levels of privacy. Upper bluff has beautiful views of river. Lower bluff is closer to house with a kids play platform . Take a bike ride to Richardson Grove, the one log house or beautiful hwy 271 that run along th
This site is located on historic hwy 101. First you encounter as you cross humboldt county line. The property is an organic farm that is terraced to create many levels of privacy. Upper bluff has beautiful views of river. Lower bluff is closer to house with a kids play platform . Take a bike ride to Richardson Grove, the one log house or beautiful hwy 271 that run along the river.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 2 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Eel River Look Out in California.
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No frills campsite
The location was nice, by the river. The host was a bit harsh when I called her for clarification of the directions to get to the site. I just didn’t spend a lot of time talking with her. The site was ok. It had random objects like a railing that the host said she was going to install the following week. It had an orange plastic temporary lattice that was marking where the steep embankment was. That helped with safety but was an eyesore. It was right off the 101 so it was a bit noisy at night but you could hear crickets and the river so that was nice. Be aware that the ‘toilet’ is a port-a-potty (it did have toilet paper) and the shower is outdoors and not private. There was a short stall but didn’t cover your top. Definitely a no-frills camp site. It was nice that the host limits the campers to six sites.
Thank you x 10,000,000 🌈🌟🌺💕
Seaons’s farm was the perfect stop on our way up the coast from the Bay Area. Even though we arrived late, she greeted us warmly and made sure we had everything we needed for the night. In the morning we woke to a beautiful permaculture garden, barn mural, and view of the Eel river. We enjoyed having access to an electric kettle and small fridge too! 10/10 would recommend to anyone looking for a place to rest on their 101 journey.
We will stay here again!
Our host was so hospitable. We arrived quite late and she waited for us to arrive just so she could show us around. Very kind. We felt very safe and comfortable. Morning coffee looking over the river. Thank you
Good for express on-the-go stay.
Host was friendly and communicative. The place is great for a quick night stop on your way north/south but not a spot to stay, relax and hang out. There are 4 areas for tents that are semi-private very close to the house, you’re basically camping in her front/back yard. There is a portable toilet and an outdoors shower that are really all you need to get you by. I’d recommend this place for express visits and would stay here again if needed. Thank you!
Not very well maintained site
First of all, the site is not very well maintained...there are lots of weeds and random things here and there.
Second, the site (#3) we got was pretty much next to the owner’s house, so there is not much privacy. There is some okay river view.
Be aware, tent campers will need to park the cars first in front of the house (near to our site), then carry all their equipments to their sites.
Compared to the price, the value is not that good for this site. The owner seems be friendly, and was pretty helpful on giving us directions...though we didn’t talk much, since we only stayed for one short night.
This campsite was fine for our cheap 1 night stay, it just wasn't quite what we were expecting. Because our campervan wasn't able to get into the spot we'd reserved (too small a spot with no room to turn to get out again) we ended up camping on what was basically the driveway/front garden. There is a very clean portaloo on site and hot running water for the outdoor shower. The campsite is a work in progress, and the host is very friendly and trying hard to improve it. If you turn up knowing you'll be camping in a secluded corner of a garden this campsite is just fine. If you have a small child be careful using the part of the site we'd booked as there is just plastic orange fencing stopping them going down a very steep drop to the river below. If you're in a tent bring a heavy duty tarp to put down or be prepared to move some brambles that are on the ground.
Safe rustic outdoor camping
This is a really beautiful property with very accommodating hosts. Though we had a bit of a scary drive to get there from the coast at night in the fog through the forest, it was a relief to arrive in an open and safe location. They are using Japanese farming techniques and taking organic to new levels, which is pretty neat. Though improvements could be made on overall campsite tidiness, porta potty cleanliness and structure of shower area, this is a safe place to stay with really kind and accommodating hosts. The property is located on a bluff overlooking the river and is especially beautiful in the morning as the fog rolls through. Thanks Jesse and Season for having us! Lovely property.