Come watch us grow... camp on a working farm that includes lavender fields, honey bees, 8 chickens, 2 fainting goats, and two cows named Melvin & Sweet Roy. Bring your tent, trailer, or motor home to enjoy the heart of the California river delta. Each camp site is extra large for privacy and room to spread out. Dog-friendly. Watch the sunset while enjoying the picturesque
Come watch us grow... camp on a working farm that includes lavender fields, honey bees, 8 chickens, 2 fainting goats, and two cows named Melvin & Sweet Roy. Bring your tent, trailer, or motor home to enjoy the heart of the California river delta. Each camp site is extra large for privacy and room to spread out. Dog-friendly. Watch the sunset while enjoying the picturesque views of the surrounding vineyards.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Great weekend at the meadows !!
We just spent 3days and 2 nights at The Meadows of Isleton. Let’s keep this simple.....everything was PERFECT !!!!
Our host Mike even brought us some cookies on the morning of our departure.
We stayed for a night and all the farm animals were very cute. I really like Frankie the fainting goat. We got 2 fresh farms eggs a day from the chickens. The hosts were very friendly and welcoming.
We stayed two nights and had a wonderful time. My two kids adored all the animals, especially feeding the cows. We felt free to let them explore on their own for the most part as the main part of
the campground is away from the road and somewhat enclosed. The sites are all spacious and grassy. Little to no shade, so bring your own! :) Very clean and well-maintained portable toilets and sink for washing hands and dishes. The hosts turned on a sprinkler periodically which was used by kids and adults alike to cool off. If mask usage is important to you, take note that the hosts did not use masks at any point and mask use was optional in communal areas. It’s mostly easy to avoid coming in close contact with others if desired. Overall, a positive experience.
A gem in the middle if ca
Everything about this place exceeded our expectations! The hosts were excellent, the experience was just what we needed. We will return with friends and revisit one of our new, best place destinations to go to and see the progress of our hosts visions of what their property will be! Melvin and Sweet Roy are pets on the property that we loved and you will to. Thank you Terri and Michael for your hospitality and we look forward to our return!
The Meadows is a fantastic place to stay. I would definitely recommend it for a weekend getaway. The host are so sweet and really accommodating. I selected a site that was at the other side of the property and Terri offered to move me closer. I declined but you can truly tell they want each guest to feel comfortable.
The bathrooms are port-a-potties which were well kept, and there was a sink (bring your own soap).
The lower number sites were cute and good for small groups. The larger the numbers the more spaced out the campsite seemed. I was in space 16 which was nice because I was fortunate enough to have a tree that provided shade all morning and into mid afternoon. The other sites did not have trees/shade so bring a pop up if that is a concern for you. Sites 14-16 were along the main road which could be a bit noisy and busy but it wasn’t too bad in the evenings.
I really enjoyed the overall quietness of the campground as well as the view. There are lavender bushes, windmills in the back ground, and a cute farm area with cows and chickens. While it was closed due to COVID, the animals was a nice touch that made it homey. The sunsets are picturesque, but it can get very windy so brace yourself to deal with the wind.
Overall I had a great time and would definitely comeback for a little relaxation on the delta.
Beautiful night sky
This was a super clean, large, flat site. There is no shade, so in the warmer months it could get warm. It is separated from sites on either side with a 4ft fence, so if you wanted to get to know your neighbors (if you had any), it’s pretty easy. The site backs up to a baseball diamond where people walk their dogs. We had a curious dog walker peek through the fence to ask questions about our camper. The porta pot is phenomenally clean, complete with a table holding reading material and inspirational signs.
The hosts, Michael and Terri, were great. They were very responsive and even provided coffee for us one morning.
If you are doing anything in the Delta, or even Lodi or Sacramento, this is s good jumping off point. Michael and Terri were excellent hosts!
A wonderful place to stay!
Michael and Terri were such kind and accommodating hosts. They’ve created beautiful and roomy camping spaces on their 10 acre property after retirement and have really thought of everything. The pet cow Melvin is very jolly and would love a visit (especially with carrots) from you. There are lavender plants to enjoy, honey from the bees and young trees around the property. The couples three dogs are very sweet and help give the property that home feel. There are sounds of coyotes at night and twinkles of red lights in the horizon from the wind mills. I would highly recommend a stay at The Meadows of Isleton!