About Three G Familia Farm Rv
Easy access, very private, sheltered, and serene, borders Stornetta Lands national park. This is a 200 acre family farm/ranch that has been in the family for nearly 100 years. A ten minute walk thru our property and you will come upon one of the most stunning national parks in the United States.
Spectacular beaches, incredible ocean views. Our camping is private, not a noisy state or commercial camp area. Very quite and peaceful, protected from the harsh coastal weather.
We can accommodate large groups, family reunions, buisness retreats, weddings, etc. Contact us directly for large groups or functions. Travel trailers, rv's welcome, no size limit.
This is the hub for fun and adventure along the Mendocino county coast line, fantastic unchartered deep sea fishing, best abalone diving in world, unbelievable amount of wildlife viewing. Come join us for unforgettable time fun and memories.
Sites are limited to 1 car and 1 tent. $10.00 per extra vehicle.
Dogs are welcome at $10 per night which can be paid upon arrival.
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 6
- Accessible by: Drive
- Accommodation: Tent, Vehicles & RVs
- Check in after: 2PM
- Check out before: 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Three G Familia Farm Rv
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
We had a lovely 3 nights here. Nice campsite with fire ring, picnic bench and flat spot under trees for our tent. The porta-potty was clean. There is a kitchen and outdoor shower a little far from the camping area. We didn't use the kitchen but looked inside, on every area there are signs with rules and more rules. They must have had a bad experience with someone not cleaning after themselves but it made us feel unwelcome. There was also no sign for the kitchen or shower so we had to hunt to find them. The outdoor shower (1 only) was lovely and hot but missing a board in a key location and very simple. Nowhere to put your towel or clothes when you're in.
There is a trail to the ocean but it gets pretty unkept after a little ways so we didn't brave it.
We chose this spot because we left it too late to get a reservation at a State Park. It was lovely and we had a great time exploring Pt. Arena, the lighthouse and day trip to Fort Bragg and Big River Beach (best ever!), but at $60/ night plus $10/ night dog fee it's pretty expensive for what you get.