Want to sleep among the star studded sky’s surrounded by responsibly farmed wine grapes? Wake up with views of open fields, the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and enjoy the cool Delta Breeze in the evening. 20 minutes from town, 10 minutes to a large lake with water sports and fishing access, or 2 hours to the Nevada border in Lake Tahoe. Snow Ski in the morning, fish in the after
Want to sleep among the star studded sky’s surrounded by responsibly farmed wine grapes? Wake up with views of open fields, the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and enjoy the cool Delta Breeze in the evening. 20 minutes from town, 10 minutes to a large lake with water sports and fishing access, or 2 hours to the Nevada border in Lake Tahoe. Snow Ski in the morning, fish in the afternoon, and star gaze the evening away at Liberty Vines Camp.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 9 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Liberty Vines in California.
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Not quite kid friendly
We didn’t end up staying here for long. We have two kids, a 4 year old and a 9 month old. The ground was covered in branches and bark from the eucalyptus trees so it was hard to find a space for them to play outside. We got the tent set up, cooked dinner, and ate. But while eating I noticed some really big branches on the ground and it worries me. Eucalyptus trees are known as widow makers, and these ones were huge, old, and had recently dropped large branches. There were also a lot of gnats flying around and it just didn’t feel comfortable. We ended up packing up and leaving after dinner. I’m sure a lot of it was mom anxiety because of the trees, but I don’t think I would recommend this spot for people with kids. It would probably be an okay spot for two to four adults who just want to hang out.
We spent a beautiful early Fall day and night in our trailer at Liberty Vines. The site was easy to find yet very secluded. We literally did not lay eyes on another person while camping in the vineyard. We awoke to the crowing of a rooster, which was some distance away and not so loud as to be anything other than a nice reminder that we were out in the country. The port-a-potties were clean. All in all, Liberty Vines is a place we'll return to for a quick getaway.
Nice campsite, easy river access
My partner, dog and I had such a relaxing stay! We've camped at a vineyard before, but this was super private and had great shade from the huge eucalyptus trees. The rocking Adirondack chairs at the campsite were a huge improvement over camp chairs, and there was plenty of level ground for pitching our tent. Great cell service was a bonus, as I was on call for work. The Mokelumne River Day Use Area is so close and we ended up going both days during our stay to wade - so easy to get to, dog friendly, very few other people there, and free! Would love to come back here.
Getting to camp here was a very cool and different experience. We enjoyed the peace and quiet, walking through the vineyard and meeting the neighboring horses was a plus. The bathrooms were clean, stocked and there was also a sink. The picnic table had plenty of room for our supplies and although there was a fire ban in effect, the provided fire ring would’ve been really cool to use. Hopefully next time! Unfortunately, the smoke from the recent wildfires obstructed our view of the stars so we’ll probably give it a shot on another occasion. The breeze was a life saver because it’s been very hot lately but the two or three large trees provide adequate shade. All in all, a really chill spot.
Such a cool experience camping amongst the vines! They surround the campsite on three sides, so you’ll really feel like you’re in the vineyards. Just bring your favorite bottle of wine, charcuterie board ingredients, and you’ll be set up for a one-of-a-kind experience! The eucalyptus tree provides some nice shade too. I’d say bring your own lounge chairs if you wanna get real cozy.
There’s plenty of flat ground to pick the best place to set up camp. There’s also a porta-potty around the corner for you to use.
Site itself was really nice! Secluded in the vines, and neighbors horses are very friendly. When we were there, there was no potable water available (although marked on the listing as available), and as we were counting on this for drinking and cooking, it was a bit of a bummer.
Lodi wine destination
Liberty Vines is a wonderful location for camping. We wanted an opportunity to disconnect from technology to enjoy a serene outdoor experience. Paul was very accommodating and responded to all our questions. We will certainly make this one of our "go-to" spots when we need another overnight adventure in Lodi Wine Country.
This was my first solo camping trip and Paul was so very helpful. I had purchased a large 10x10 canopy-style. “Tent” (more for shade than to sleep in). Prior to the trip, I didn’t have time to practice setting it up. So I just threw it in the car and hoped for the best. I arrived near dusk. I messaged that I might need assistance with my canopy, and Pail came by not long after and helped me figure out how to set it up. (I subsequently have learned how to set it up and take it down by myself., although having a second person makes it a bit easier). Paul mentioned my weights might not be heavy enough and said I was welcome to borrow bigger weights if I needed them. Well, sure enough, on the following morning while I was out driving around, when I came back my tent had blown over due to 17 mph winds! I messaged Paul again, and while I was at the next town over (Galt) getting supplies, he fixed my tent and installed weights to ensure the tent would stay in place! Thank you,, Paul!
We enjoyed walking through the rows of Merlot grapes and meeting the horses living next door. Also, there were 2 port a potties which were honestly the cleanest and most well stocked port a potties I have ever used in my life! I filled up my 6 gallon water jug at the house. I would highly recommend this campsite!