About RV camp on private Estate
We have 2 RV hook ups next to the boutique winery's vineyards on a large flat parcel. There is a large Pavillion with an outdoor kitchen, commercial BBQ, custom pizza oven, sink with tankless hot and cold water, utility sink, 2 mini fridges, seating for 12. There is also XM radio, TV with enhanced DirecTV package, outdoor Bose speakers, tons of lighting, propane fire pit
We are NOT able to host individual tent camping at this time due to the Rattlesnake population explosion!We have had multiple sightings and do not feel it is safe for Tent Camping. Many apologies for that, but safety first! .
We can accommodate Rv's, 5th wheels,, as well as your party, wedding, reunion and the like! Our outdoor kitchen is set among vineyards with a large covered pavilion, numerous benches, and hammocks in a country setting. Hipcampers have access to the gardens, park, fruit orchard and vineyard -- and you can inquire about pool availability when you book.
There is level road on gravel base with super easy access to hook ups and plenty of space for multiple vehicles.
We also have a 2 bedroom, 2 bath guest house that is listed with Airbnb. Check us out there or I can send you a link.
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 2
- Accessible by: Drive
- Accommodation: Tent, Vehicles & RVs
- Check in after: 11AM
- Check out before: 4PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 80%
The vibe at RV camp on private Estate
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Think of a being on a walk through the grape fields on a hot summer day in the hills of Italy where the only reprieve is the oasis at the top of the hill in the form of a Spanish-styled villa, complete with cuddly Golden Labs and an infinity pool lagoon to cool off in. This is what you are treated to here at Victoria's Vineyard
I have been meaning to check out this property with some friends for awhile, as it was a nice balance between getting away from LA and staying cool (as opposed to straight up camping). As we got here, Gabriel greeted us warmly and gave us such a detailed tour of the property. We came a bit late due to the traffic on the 405 and as Gabriel showed us all the property had to offered, we were a bit overwhelmed by all the amazing amenities that we could check out.
First off, we stayed in the guest house, which is a cute 2BR building halfway up the hill. The house has everything you need to live on your own for a weekend. The bedrooms were really comfortable and the bathrooms were spacious and the tall ceilings and natural lighting created such a relaxing atmosphere. We recommend you bring food as there is a fully equipped kitchen to make a feast for you and your companions. After you make food, you have an amazing backyard space with sofas, umbrellas, tables for you to enjoy a meal.
Outside of the guest house, there is a BBQ/cooking/lounging area near the entrance of the property. We spent the majority of our evening here listening to music, using the grill to make steaks and make s’mores in the fire pit. It does get a wee bit chilly in the evening so make sure you get a blanket to snuggle up in! If you need a place to nap, the hammock is a nice place to do that here!
Outside of sleep and food, the property also has a swing area where you can lull yourself to relaxation. Or if you are looking to challenge yourself, there is a 15 ft or so rope climb that you can impress your friends with. But onto the lagoon. The property owners are nice enough to allow us to use the pool. It is well shaded and the water is a nice way to cool off from the summer heat. The pool is an infinity pool looking out onto the vineyards giving you a nice romantic view. But of course, that serene moment may be interrupted by the playful puppies that run around and play in the pool as well.
Overall, I can’t say enough about how wonderful the property is and how welcomed the property owners made us feel. They made sure we had everything we needed to have a good time and even let us sample some of their home made wine. If you are looking for a relaxing intimate weekend with a few close friends, look no further than Victoria's Vineyard!
Our family of three stayed here over Memorial Day weekend. It was definitely a home away from home. The outdoor kitchen is amazing! We did all of our cooking and dishwashing in the outdoor pavilion. They even had a small refrigerator for us to use. The hosts were very inviting and at times even shared food with us. We took some memorable walks up to the top of the estate to catch breathtaking views of the valley. We will remember our stay here for a long time. Enjoy!
We pulled up in our retro Airstream RV and instantly knew we'd made the right decision to spend the weekend here. The owners and folks that manage the estate are lovely people who made sure we we're settled in and acclimated before giving us the run of the place. We fell in love immediately!
The small private vineyard is beautiful and the lush landscape was just what we were looking for. As we sat under the covered patio, having dinner that we cooked in well appointed the outdoor kitchen, I looked up to see the most amazing of california sunsets, glowing with reds, oranges, purple and blue hues down at the end of the valley. What a way to end a great day!
We woke up in the morning to a little bit of fog or marine layer that hung above the palm trees and horse paddock, just as the sun peaked over the ridge that borders the property to the south. The fog burned off quickly as we eased into our first full day here. The winery and grounds have been created to have a park like feel that is both beautiful and naturalistic, imbuing the property with a kind of tranquility and peacefulness.
Our dogs, Bella and Lola enjoyed playing and carousing with the owners friendly blond labradors that run around the property all day. And that night, we had s'mores and shared a bottle of wine by the huge fire pit as we looked at a sky completely filled with stars. We regret having to ever leave such a place, but by the time we got home on Sunday afternoon, we were all a bunch of very happy (hip) campers ready for the week ahead.
We will be back again and again. What a terrific experience!
Stu & Karen