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The only rented RV spot on this private, quiet, 5. 5 acre working farmstead, located right on the Mendocino Coast on Highway 1, just north of Fort Bragg and across from the MacKerricher State Park entrance; 22 minutes north of Mendocino Village. No pets, please. They frighten the livestock.   No exceptions, please don't ask. The custom-built, hard-packed, gravel RV pad hosts Continue reading...

The only rented RV spot on this private, quiet, 5.5 acre working farmstead, located right on the Mendocino Coast on Highway 1, just north of Fort Bragg and across from the MacKerricher State Park entrance; 22 minutes north of Mendocino Village.

No pets, please. They frighten the livestock.  No exceptions, please don't ask.

The custom-built, hard-packed, gravel RV pad hosts two spots side by side.

This beautiful spot has a 50A or 30A service, fresh well water, sewer, and high-speed Wi-Fi.  The pull-in is west facing toward the sunset (from the front of your RV).  You can see the sun set over and hear the ocean.

The tent campers worked out so well that I have opened up two wonderful tent sites.  Please book those in my other listing.

There is a large, communal fire pit with straw bale seating and a horseshoe pit nearby.  There's also a Weber kettle, a WSM, an outdoor Coleman camp kitchen table with a wash basin, a two burner Coleman propane camp stove, and a turkey fryer for steaming crab - please supply your own propane, charcoal, smoking wood, and firewood or purchase firewood here.  I'm working on building a fish cleaning station.

Cleone Grocery is well-stocked and is two minutes away.

Feed and pet the purebred Nubian dairy goats.  Check out my hay bales experimental garden. Walk the 5.5 acre property featuring redwood stands, bishop pine, a stream, a large meadow, and fruit trees where you may spot turkeys, deer, rabbits, or quail. The blackberries are starting to fruit.

The local beaches and Coastal Trail are great for walking, running, biking, whale watching, and horseback riding.  Jackson Demonstration State Forest is great for mushroom hunting and has many mountain bike trails.  The Rhododendrons are in bloom all over the area. The Botanical Garden, located just 15 minutes away (voted 5th “Best Botanical Garden” in the nation by USA Today), is beautiful right now and has free motorized scooters for anyone who can not walk very far.  Ride the Skunk Train only eight minutes away.

Bikes are available for rent at Fort Bragg Cyclery,  7 minutes away.

Emerald Dolphin Mini Golf & Arcade is 12 minutes away.

During whale migration season there are many whale watching locations on the headlands, including the lighthouses, Laguna Point, and the Botanical Garden, or on charter boats in the Noyo Harbor.

Distances to our lighthouses:

*Point Cabrillo Light Station State Historic Park - 21 minutes
*Point Arena Lighthouse (night tours are offered every full moon) - 75 minutes

Distances to some of our amazing beaches:

*Pudding Creek and Pudding Creek Train Trestle - 6 minutes
*Virgin Beach - 6 minutes
*Glass Beach - 8 minutes
*Ten Mile Beach - 10 minutes
*Hare Creek Beach - 13 minutes
*Jug Handle Beach/Coastal National Monument Rocks and Jug Handle State Natural Reserve - 15 minutes
*Caspar Beach - 19 minutes

Beach and forest horseback rides available from Ricochet Ridge Ranch, 1 minute away.

Kayaks are available for rent at Liquid Fusion Kayaking, 16 minutes away.

Rockfish opened May 1 and they're big up here.  Fish on a charter boat or bring your boat.  There's a launch ramp down in the deep water Noyo harbor 13 minutes away.

Entrances to Jackson Demonstration State Forest are as close as 15 minutes away.  The famous "mushroom corners" spot is 22 minutes away.  PERMIT FROM CALFIRE REQUIRED for picking mushrooms.

Check real-time weather at the RV parking spot: Station KCAFORTB37 on Weather Underground.

Drop-off, 24 hour turn-around or coin-operated laundry service available at Lucy's in Fort bragg, just eight minutes away.  $17/10 lbs.

A filter on your water hose is recommended.

Please arrive with your black water tank empty.

There are trash and recycling receptacles.  please only dispose of trash, recycling and plant compost accumulated during your stay.

There is a compost bin for your compostable, plant materials.

Thank you.

Campsite area
Bring your own vans, trailers, rv & motorhomes
No. of sites
1 bookable site
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to 6 people per site
Potable water available
Spigot, pump or well
Fires allowed
Communal fire ring, charcoal grill
No toilet
No pets
No showers
Bins available
Compost bin, recycling bin, trash bin
No picnic table
Wifi available
RV hookup available
RV sanitation available
Have a question? Send Anna a message!
  • Check in: After 3PM
  • Check out: Before 11AM
  • Cancellation policy: Strict
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 2
  • Accepts bookings: 3 months out
  • Weeknight discount: 20% off
  • Response time: Within 6 hours
  • Response rate: 100%
Horseback riding
Wildlife watching
Wind sports
Snow sports
Whitewater paddling

The vibe at Coastal Farmstead, RV Heaven

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Hipcamper John
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We have a 38' Class A motor home that was easily able to drive to the farmstead and back in to a very level site. The access to power(50/30). water, & sewage was perfect and convenient as any RV resort. the quite woods like environment is a blessing. We found the goats, vegetable garden,and forest flowers a real delight and a good change from the usual RV parks. Don't forget to enjoy the open fire pit with hay bails as part of the seating.
Well worth the visit and she just my cook you some fresh fish or crab from the local commercial fisherman.

Hipcamper Jordan
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This place rules! Anna's property is spacious with a great sunset view and awesome set up for cooking/grilling/chilling. The camp is designed to host an RV but we brought tents and found a cozy spot in a grove of trees. Anna was super helpful making us comfortable and recommending all the best local spots. She let us borrow her grill and all the essential utensils we had forgotten. This area of the Mendo Coast is totally underrated and we will definitely be returning!

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