Hipcamp host Wendy L.
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Because this site's private bathroom is inside our laundry room, we are not able to accept reservations at this time (Covid restrictions).  Please consider one of the Forest Field sites, in our other listing on Hipcamp.

Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans and truck campers
1 site
Up to 8 guests per site
Park at listing
No ADA access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Potable water available
Showers available
Picnic table available
Wifi available
Bins available
Laundry present
No kitchen
Camping vehicle details
No electrical hookup
No water hookup
No sewage hookup
No TV hookup
Generators not allowed
Pull-in site
Max length 20ft
Surface type: grass or field
Surface levelness: flat
Doesn't accommodate slideouts
Have a question? Send Wendy a message!
  • Check in: After 3PM
  • Check out: Before 1PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 2
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out

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Fresh, hot, homemade baguettes

Yeast-raised, not GF, white flour, hoagie-sized, in "community room" for Cre...Read more

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Dozen eggs

Fresh from the local farm (not ours, we got tired of being a KFC for bobcats,...Read more

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Morning coffee or juice or tea

We will provide your choice (with milk or almond milk) by 7 in the morning. "...Read more

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Beach cookout w/hotdogs & 'smores

Each adult is $25, children under 14 are free: Hot dogs & 'smores with all th...Read more

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Firewood bundle

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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.


Fishing off the North and South Jetties, about 25 minutes away, does not require a license.


Beaches, mountains, forests, dunes, wetlands, villages, lagoons, along rivers. All levels. For redwood forests, read "Best Shor...Read more


We are one mile from the beach. It is cold and wild; the surfers here are very experienced in the idiosyncrasies of this ocean....Read more


Wonderful summer swimming holes in southern redwoods along the Eel River, 30 miles away. Nothing closer. NO swimming at beach.

Wildlife watching

Whales in season (May/November). Birds, all the time, especially December-February. All native wildlife abounds if you're away...Read more


Natural features you'll find at Creekside Farm Stay, 1 mi to ocean in California.


One mile to beach. CAn hear the ocean roaring all day and all night. Worried about climate change. We're definitely coastal.


The southern redwood forests are 30 minutes away; the northern forests are 90 minutes away; the glorious town forest is 6 minut...Read more

River, stream, or creek

Campsite is along a small stream that is run-off from hillside springs. A child-friendly play creek, except in the rainy winter...Read more

Swimming hole

In the summer, in the southern redwoods 30 minutes away.


Patches of wetlands on the property for intrepid explorers to find (bring muck shoes). Beautiful wetlands within 10 miles in re...Read more


This property was once a dairy farm. It has not been a working farm since 1942. Since then it has been, essentially, a private ...Read more


You can drive to your campsite in the dry season. After heavy rains, it will be a carry-in.


The vibe at Creekside Farm Stay, 1 mi to ocean

25 Reviews

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Hipcamper Mindy

Relaxing coastal retreat

Mindy M.
recommends this listing.
June 14th, 2020

We stayed here for three nights. It was such a peaceful and relaxing spot! John and Wendy were the perfect hosts: activity tips, delicious coffee ready for us every morning, indoor bathroom and shower. The site was close enough to the house for convenient access to the bathroom and shower but far enough for privacy. Could hear the ocean at night. Provided us wood for fire. Had chairs and a table with fresh flowers. Definitely luxury camping.
We also had the pleasure to hang out with Louie, such a sweet dog and feed Bob the Emu.
Close to the beach and town.
Cannot wait to camp there again.

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Hipcamper Kelly

Happy family camping!

Kelly V.
recommends this listing.
June 20th, 2020

This was a wonderful retreat for our family. My kids adored the animals. Very clean and peaceful. John and Wendy were so gracious, letting us use their bathroom, washer and dryer, sink to wash dishes. They even provided fresh coffee every morning and homemade baguettes one evening. We would return in a heartbeat. Thank you John and Wendy!

Ample space to pitch tent. We choose on the other side of bridge
Hipcamper Mallory
Mallory B.
recommends this listing.
June 27th, 2020

Wonderful stay! Wendy and John could not have been more gracious. I hope we can get back to Wuss Camp soon!

Hipcamper Dawson
Dawson H.
recommends this listing.
June 29th, 2020

We loved our stay at Wuss Camp. The campground was perfect for our 2-night stay. Plenty of room and privacy. The added benefit of having a bathroom and sink made our trip very comfortable. Site is a short drive to Centerville Beach, Trinidad, and Eureka. Overall great place to stay!

Hipcamper Amanda
Amanda S.
recommends this listing.
July 6th, 2020

Wendy’s place was the perfect place to take our three year old twins on their first camping experience! It is very private and we loved Louie(calmest dog ever) and Bob the Emu. There is a beach a mile away that is awesome and very easy to isolate at. There is a also a great hike just up the hill passed the beach down a bluff. We had an awesome time and would gladly come back again.

Hipcamper Heidi
Heidi P.
recommends this listing.
July 8th, 2020

We had a delightful and relaxing stay at Wendy and John’s. Their location is quiet, safe and clean. It is near the ocean so you can hear the waves at night as well as enjoy the bird songs in the morning. The camp site is near the house in case you need anything. We would recommend this site as it is beautiful, calm, and within a reasonable drive to the Redwood National and State Parks.

Hipcamper Amberley

Friendly critters, lush grounds

Amberley H.
recommends this listing.
July 20th, 2020

As seasoned campers, my sister and I were not prepared for how easy Wuss Camping would be. It turned out to be the most pleasant and perfect way to experience camping with my niece, (our three-year old birthday girl) and her dad (a first time camper) as our hosts had conveniently thought of everything and most of what I brought along was unnecessary. All you really need is warm and cozy clothing, a tent and comfy sleeping bag and your food! Hosts had set out travel guides, nature identification booklets, games, gifts, hot beverages, plenty of firewood, starters and lighter, and allowed use of their ample dishwashing station, their adorable and tidy bathroom with warm shower and fluffy towels, (their washer and dryer if we'd needed it), and of course their delicious spring water. Since there's a pandemic they had hand sanitizer and lysol wipes set out for us so we could wipe down the handles of the doors after use and keep things spruced up. It was nice to be able to camp without having to share restrooms with a whole campground of people, as aside from our lovely hosts, we were the only folks around. We completely loved having their gentle doggo, Louie, keep us company. He brought his ball for games of fetch and entertained us with his comical bounding through the high grasses out in the meadow. The emu, also gentle, was so fun to listen to with his low rumbles and to feed chunks of green apple. There were NO mosquitos in July! which is an experience I've never had camping in California before (but there are plenty inland along the Eel River, so take your repellent if plan to spend any part of your evening there). I loved looking up through my tent window and the branches of an old apple tree to see stars twinkling overhead and being awoken in the morning by the sound of abundant birdlife. The meadow across the bridge was full of tiny wildflowers (perfect picnic and playground) and their yard was fairly bursting with colorful blooms. One of the most special experiences was getting to meet a new-to-me species of bird--the Canada or Grey Jay. There were three juveniles (the dark brown ones) and three adults (pretty, soft grey and white birds). They were all incredibly tame, but the babies were the most fearless and would fly down to sit on our shoulders or knees or take food from our palms. We felt like Disney Princesses in a movie! They even came to check us out on the swing set and sat on the handles of the duo glider while we were on it! The ocean is clearly audible from the camp ground and we loved falling asleep to the sound of crashing waves, but you are entirely protected from the high winds of the beach nestled in the forest as we were. We recommend planning to drive to the beach, not walk, as the road is narrow and cars go fast. The beach allows A LOT of freedom--ATV's, fishing, fires, dogs. The town is adorable, but fairly closed down because of the pandemic (and be sure to bring your masks as they are required at gas stations, in grocery stores or any other indoor space you may need to enter) so we spent most of our time in nature exploring the redwoods, enjoying the river, playing at Firemen's park, rolling around in the sandy dunes at the beach and just strolling the lovely countryside. You will not regret a lovely getaway to this priceless gem. Thank you so much, John and Wendy, for your great work providing such a comfortable place for families to visit and revel in the wonder of your community!

Just check'n us out...Be sure and get up early to see what the early morning dew brings out!Snuggling by the fire. (It gets cool here, even in July, so bring something cozy!)Some of the bounty of the yard! So much color!
Hipcamper Cinthia

We loved it!

Cinthia D.
recommends this listing.
July 26th, 2020

Wendy and John were excellent hosts! They thought of everything to make our camping experience cushy. We loved waking up to coffee every morning!

The land is beautiful and quiet and you could hear the ocean waves from our site.

Highly recommend.

Creekside Farm Stay, 1 mi to ocean
Wuss Camp
United States
1 Site

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