We have a busy property. Organic farm, polo club, and lots of horses are boarded here. Camp somewhere on the property with your RV or tent. We have easy access to Morro Bay, Montana De Oro and wineries galore. Bring your horses, dogs, etc!!
We have tent spots, RV spots, and a fully furnished toy hauler available.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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Good overnight spot for rvs
A nice place to park your RV or trailer overnight with a lot of horses. The shower and bathroom are not the cleanest but it's a horse boarding and farm facility so it is completely understandable. The drive was easy and it's close to MorroBay and Montana De Oro. Would love to visit again when I have a chance.
The bathroom was very dirty, trash was not cleaned from previous people. This place did not worth the charge, we paid ~ 160$ per night which did not worth it. Not recommended at all.
The directions to enter the site/area were incorrect, including a statement that said there is no gate at the entrance. There was a gate and it required a code to get in. The owner did not answer her phone when I called it to inquire about how to enter. I mistakenly then tried a driveway right next to the locked gate and wound up on someone else's property. The owner of that property was extremely upset and angry about the fact I was on his property. Not a pleasant experience to say the least. The campsite owner finally called me after the other property owner left a message with her and met me at the gate. She immediately apologized and that she has been giving lessons. I suggested to her at that time that she should upgrade her instructions about the locked gate, etc. The supposed kitchen area that was explained in the site narrative was a table inside a barn with a coffee maker and toaster, nothing more...We were shown the campsite options and chose the one that was more secluded near some of the horse corrals. The only fire pit was right next to the barn which was not at all near the campsite we chose so we were unable to build a fire. This seemed a bit deceiving as the descriptor/narrative said that you could use a fire pit and wood was available, which it was not. When I went to use the bathroom in the morning I was unable to shut and lock the bathroom door which was inside the barn next to the kitchen, rather the table with the coffee maker and toaster.
We camped in our trailer and we were fully self contained. The property was beautiful and my kids loved running around and petting all the horses. There’s a great ocean breeze and plenty of space to run around. The power kept resetting so we had to run on battery and we had a full tank so we didn’t need any water. Megan was very responsive. We’d definitely stay here again.
Surrounded by the wide open sky and happy horses grazing and playing, I slept so peacefully. The loft accommodations were wonderful -- comfortable and clean --and I couldn't wait to check and see if the pregnant mare had her baby overnight. I made friends with the yearlings and enjoyed petting and scratching them. As a bonus, I was able to go on a beach ride with Megan in Morro Bay and had an amazing time getting to know her as well as a couple of her polo horses. This is really a horse lover's paradise and a beautiful place to take in the central coast!
Bathroom filthy, no hot water
The site was definitely not worth $99 a night. The bathroom was filthy, there was trash on the floor, a dirty sink, and a very dirty shower. When I tried to take a shower the hot water ran out within a minute. There is no fan. I wanted to get out of that place as fast as I could. There was an electrical outlet outside the barn and a fire ring very close to the barn. The bathroom is inside the barn and looks like it is used often and sounds like it is only cleaned once a week. We parked near a line of horse trailers. We had a very hard time finding the location in the dark. I’m the email I got it said there was no gate but then the host texted me a gate code. It was confusing. We didn’t see the sign for the ranch in the dark. When I called the host to help us find the location she seemed annoyed. However she did get back to me quickly when I messaged her. After a horrible night I asked to cancel and get a refund for the second night. This place was much more expensive than RV campgrounds with full hookups and immaculate restrooms. I do not recommend this site unless you are fine with dirty bathrooms and cold water showers.
This is definitely a cool place to stay if you have some horses to bring or just like being around horses :) They have a pretty big property and plenty of spots to pitch your tent. I’d suggest getting there before dark, so you can find the best spot to camp for the night. The bathroom is in the stable, so if you like having a bathroom nearby I’d suggest camping somewhere around there. The surrounding area is so gorgeous! I’d definitely recommend stopping by Morro Bay while you’re there.