Hipcamp host Sarah B.
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A secluded canyon in the wilderness with oak and pine trees below, juniper and yucca on the drier mountains above. The campsite is close to a dirt road with rare car traffic, nestled below a community center in the making on the hill. Large trees give a private feel. Views of mountains surround the campsite, occasional free range cows drift through, and free range goats that

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A secluded canyon in the wilderness with oak and pine trees below, juniper and yucca on the drier mountains above. The campsite is close to a dirt road with rare car traffic, nestled below a community center in the making on the hill. Large trees give a private feel. Views of mountains surround the campsite, occasional free range cows drift through, and free range goats that live in a cave far above the camp come visit during the day. A dry creek bed with colorful rocks run past the campsite, an organic garden is close by but not in view of campsite. It has a mostly private feel, but can be viewed from the road above through the trees if you make an effort to see. The sounds of quail and other birds are common. Bunnies are often seen, and the echos of coyotes through the canyon are enchanting at night. It is mostly quiet aside from the barking of dogs in the far distance (from houses that are not in view) on occasion. Across from the land is a fenced property with a greenhouse that is not is use and only viewable from communal area above.

The host wishes to connect with campers eager to learn about off grid living, sustainable growing, wild food foraging, natural building and more if they are interested, but it is not required for camping stays.

Please be aware that once campers exit the 58 freeway and drive through the long canyon towards the camp, there is no cell service for the rest of the trip, and no cell service at the camp. There is Wifi for internet calls at the camp if need be. The closest grocery store and gas station are an hour away so please plan accordingly.

Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans, trailers, RVs
3 sites
Up to 4 guests per site
Park at listing
ADA access
Essentials
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
No pets
Amenities
Potable water available
Kitchen available
Showers available
Picnic table available
Wifi available
Pack it out
Camping vehicle details
Water hookup available
No electrical hookup
No sewage hookup
No TV hookup
Have a question? Send Sarah a message!
  • Check in: After 2PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 3 months out

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Activities

Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Biking

Beautiful back woods roads for biking if you bring your own bike. 1/4 of dirt road to ride on from my land, the rest are paved.

Wildlife watching

Lots of birds, bunnies, quail and coyotes at night. Occasional cows meandering through property and free range goats during the...Read more

Hiking

Terrain

Natural features you'll find at Wild Thingz Eco Farm in California.

River, stream or creek

Dry creek bed has beautiful multicolored rocks.

Farm

Wild Things Eco Farm is a very small scale off grid, permaculture homestead in the making. I offer classes on native foods, off...Read more

Driveway

Dirt

Mountainous

The vibe at Wild Thingz Eco Farm

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Hipcamper Shannon
Shannon M.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
November 19th, 2019

The experience of Wild Thingz Eco Farm is like no other, where one can escape the norm and dare to travel into a pure human existence in balance and harmony with nature. What you find there is comfort, satiation, connection & self-discovery. I highly recommend booking the tour with Sarah, she enlightens you with all the ways that she is creating her down to earth yet chic paradise in nature, feeding her body & soul with her land. Her enthusiasm for this lifestyle is contagious! One of my favorite and most eye opening experiences in nature. I felt free and encouraged to explore and play with the land, to bond with it in my own way, and I left feeling like I can’t wait to come back to my new friends - the mountains, the majestic trees, the quail, the goats & of course Sarah! Will be booking a massage next time in her amazing shipping container turned peace den with its epic earthen floor and juniper wood beams that she built. Oh, and the stars were INCREDIBLE!!

Me & my copper still, used this big amazing table that Sarah built to for guests to distill hydrosol & essential oil from Wild Thingz trees and shrubsHarvested juniper, pine, flowers, and California sagebrush to distill in my new copper alembic distiller while at Wild ThingzRocks in the creek that flows through the property, Sarah has used these rocks to make dye, there are amazing hues of purple, blue and pinkPrickly pear cactus fruit, delicious!
Hipcamper Emma

Disconnect to reconnect

Emma P.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
February 5th, 2020

Wild Thingz Eco Farm couldn't have been a better quick getaway. Under 3 hours from Los Angeles, Sarah's secluded paradise feels like a world away. Disconnect from society + connect in with nature. Whether you're looking for a peaceful getaway, or you're interested in learning about permaculture homesteading, this spot is a great choice. Sarah's knowledge of the native flora + fauna is beyond incredible, as she spends much of her time foraging the land for food + building materials. The property boasts a pizza oven, meat smoker, + kitchen stove - and all made from natural materials from this land. Sarah hosts workshops to educate about the natural resources used in the ongoing construction of the structures. The property is tiered so campers have a private area below + community area above. Composting toilets are rustic, but surprisingly clean. The hiking is steep, but the views are worthy + you might even find yourself joined by her pack of goats! Sarah's knowledge + passion for this land is unsurpassed, her kindness makes her the perfect ambassador for the land + the lifestyle. Great trip, I'll be back!

The facilities are rustic, but well keptHeaded to the composting toiletLearn how to use grasses for weavingSarah, your gracious + knowledgable host
Property
Wild Thingz Eco Farm
State
California
Country
United States
$25/night
3 Sites
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