Pitch your tent in the redwood grove! Surrounded by State Park, we have numerous hiking trails and swimming in the Eel River. The garden is situated on the north end of The Avenue of The Giants in Pepperwood, CA. We offer one very private space. It is a walk to the bathroom and main road. The campsite is primitive so be prepared to bring your water, wood, and he
Pitch your tent in the redwood grove! Surrounded by State Park, we have numerous hiking trails and swimming in the Eel River. The garden is situated on the north end of The Avenue of The Giants in Pepperwood, CA. We offer one very private space. It is a walk to the bathroom and main road. The campsite is primitive so be prepared to bring your water, wood, and heavy tarp for the prickly ground. One BIG thing our campsite has going for it, is you are the only one there! Well, besides the bear, the elk, the deer, and an occasional howling coyote and hooting owl. These guys like to play at night while you will be asleep. We don't see them during the day.
We don't have a walk to the river this year. I guess we didn't get high enough water this winter to clean out the tall dune plants that grow on the river bar. We have tried to clear a path to no avail.
We are a farm business so don't be surprised to hear tractors and voices of our family working on the farm.
Be prepared for an adventure!
We also give produce, when it is in season, to you at the end or beginning of your stay!
Also, if you want to camp, but don't have camping gear or want something special. My friend can set up a "glampsite" for a fee! Check her sites out at Wayward Glamping. Her name is Emily and she does a great job!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at The Corn Crib in California.
River, stream, or creek
There isn’t a path down to the river this year. It’s a short drive.
Our organic vegetable farm is on site. We have veggies from the end of July to Oct.-Nov. The weather tells us when we are done.
Places to see near Sarvinski Family Farm/The Corn
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Peacefulness among the redwoods
Ginger’s place is amazing! So beautiful and peaceful and right on the Avenue of the Giants. We loved her fresh fruit and vegetables and how quiet it was there. Would love to stay there again!!
Didn't meet standards for our stay.
We stayed at 6 HipCamps during an August road trip. This was the only one not up to the standard. I'll chalk it up to the host having a bad day. The site in the redwoods was beautiful and the port-a-john was clean. However we had poor communication from the host for our arrival and we found that trash was overflowing in the building with check in instructions, the toilet and sink, and trash was strewn outside that building. This was the arrival area where we were instructed to stop; first impressions matter! Clearly the self certified COVID safety standards were not implemented between the last campers and our arrival. It seems the campers before us were disrespectful with their trash and should have gotten a big thumbs down. We spoke to Ginger (host) as we were leaving and informed her of the issues.
Corn crib rocks!
The setting is beautiful: a private campsite with a picnic table, ample shade, and multiple fire spots nestled between redwoods. There are convenient amenities in walking distance: bathroom, fridge, etc.
But the people are even more amazing! Upon arrival, Ginger gave us fresh produce and flowers, along with an info sheet. Everyone we talked to on the farm was friendly, genuine, and helpful (and the resident farmdog Kaya was very cute and friendly). On our last night, our car battery died and the hosts went above and beyond to help us out.
I couldn’t recommend the Corn Crib enough!
Camping in the woods on a farm!
What a perfect location to Humboldt Redwoods right off the Avenue of the Giants! Ginger gifted us upon arrival with fresh veg and fruit from her family farm. The camping spot is tucked behind the farm and is wonderfully secluded in the woods.