Featured on Cabin Porn (Summer cottage in the western foothills of Sierra Nevada Range, California.), this cabin is a whirlwind of sensations and tidbits. The arches are recycled from Korean War era arctic huts. The beams, windows, and door are salvaged from various demolition project-adventures, and the siding and cabinetry are home-made from locally source
Featured on Cabin Porn (Summer cottage in the western foothills of Sierra Nevada Range, California.), this cabin is a whirlwind of sensations and tidbits. The arches are recycled from Korean War era arctic huts. The beams, windows, and door are salvaged from various demolition project-adventures, and the siding and cabinetry are home-made from locally sourced, rough sawn, beetle killed wood.
All of the building materials were carried by hand the last few hundred feet to their construction location, though an unprecedented, torrential storm in late March 2018 eradicated all hope of future vehicle access.
Luckily, this cabin is a bridge and it held strong as the creek below cut itself down to bedrock. Emboldened by a 15 minute adventure approach, ankle-twistingly perilous for the non-hiker, past wild grape, Himalayan blackberry bramble and California's ubiquitous poison oak, into the coziest, sleep-in-est, cutest, unlikeliest little honeymooner suite we could muster.
We haul water into this cabin for drinking, and once in, you can feel great about laying about for a morning a world away from everything.
We're working on building a composting toilet system for this space, but in the meantime, folks can use a non-smelly humanure-type bucket toilet at the cabin or our wonderful main farm composting toilet- Pootopia!
The shower is our main outdoor shower in the main farm area, so after long days folks may want to shower right when they get back to the farm, before they head out to the bridge for the night, or in the mornings before heading out.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Wilderness Bridge in California.
Places to see near Wondernut Farm
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Our stay was absolutely perfect. The hike out to the cabin was tougher than we expected so it felt like a mini backpacking adventure while still being close to town! It was the perfect place to unwind for a weekend and stargaze. Bonus points for all the owls we heard! This feels like camping but with a cozy bed to sleep in. We will definitely return.
Me & my girlfriend stayed here for thanksgiving & were enthralled by our stay. Matt & Eve’s hospitality was top notch. Their knowledge on the surrounding parks was impressive. They could answer just about every question we had on the area. The Bridge we stayed in was lovely since we were surrounded by wilderness & quite.
Lovely, secluded stay
I would definitely love to come back here! The farm itself is super cute (I love the dogs!), with lots of nice touches including dedicated kitchen space and a really nice shower with an incredible view. The cabin itself is incredibly cozy and very secluded. The 10ish minute hike out to the cabin is ever so slightly rugged, so just make sure you’re wearing proper footwear. The bed is impossibly comfortable (I want it for my house) and the bedding was really nice. The hosts were really nice, and I definitely recommend this stay for anyone looking looking for an elevated camping experience.
Sweet beautiful stay
Matt and eve are leading the way to living w land and animals w grace and consciousness
Our wilderness bridge little stay had the most comfortable memory foam mattress in the world and we loved the view and the rain. Keep on being inspired and inspiring Matt!
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The rustic accomodations is an unique experience. Each morning I was awaken by the sun shining through the windows of the cabin. The sheep will also provide salutations on your walk back to the car. The shower did provide an excellent view as the sun went below the horizon each day. The walk to the bridge is short but it is rugged. I would highly recommend bringing a headlamp that's better than a cellphone.
Matt and Eve were great hosts. The were very friendly and wasted no time in showing us around their beautiful farm. I spent two nights at the ‘Wilderness Bridge’ with my gf and it was an amazing experience! It’s about a 10 min walk from the main common area, but well worth the hike for the privacy. The common area had a very cool kitchen space equipped with a pantry and 2 gas stoves for cooking. There is running water and good drinking water from the well on the property. There are goats and sheep on the farm that they use for milk and cheese and if you ask you can meet and even pet them. Overall it was a great time and an unforgettable trip!
We had a wonderful stay at Wilderness Bridge. Eve showed us around and made sure we knew where everything was. The farm was beautiful and the cabin was cozy. Although there was a short hike (less than 10 mins) from the central part of the farm to the cabin, it was nice to have a bit of privacy and we enjoyed walking around the property. Wondernut Farm is a great location for a trip into Yosemite. I would love to stay here again!
Loved wondernut farm!!
Thanks so much for a wonderful stay, Matt! Our group had the best time!! Your place was a wonderful escape from city life. I wish we had more time.
If you are considering this as a place to stay to be near Yosemite, Do it! Highly recommend. My husband and I had fun hiking to and from our little cabin oasis. There were some ripe blackberries to pick on the way! And great stargazing at night.
We also stayed in the cabin for one night. Our friends stayed in The Lookout for 3 nights. Every cabin had its own cute and fun features.
I think an outdoor shower is a new goal I have for life.... so peaceful. And the outdoor shared kitchen/living space is super welcoming and comfortable.