Welcome to anyone willing to experience a primitive camping lifestyle in the mountains at 3,500 ft. elevation near Yosemite Park, 27 miles from the north entrance of gate Yosemite Big Oak Flat Hwy 120. This site is disperesed and is tucked under tall pine trees, oak and cedar trees, surrounded w/ young orchard and olive trees. Come prepared and have fun. If arriving o
Welcome to anyone willing to experience a primitive camping lifestyle in the mountains at 3,500 ft. elevation near Yosemite Park, 27 miles from the north entrance of gate Yosemite Big Oak Flat Hwy 120. This site is disperesed and is tucked under tall pine trees, oak and cedar trees, surrounded w/ young orchard and olive trees. Come prepared and have fun. If arriving on Friday, please check in at or after 5PM, and no later than 7PM, thank you!
- Check in: After 5PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Yosemite's Paradise 3 in California.
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Would not recommend but nice owner
Hard to find the localisation and very weird spot. It’s kind of a garden with lot of random things on it …
We didn’t appreciate that. Considering the price we thought that it will be much better.
For the shower there is a garden hose… very disappointing.
The Owners are nice though. We were the last RV clients to leave and considering the fact that some clients of the hostel leaved before us, they offered us to take a shower in their unclean room.
We booked 2 nights but we stayed just 1 because of all of that. If we could we wouldn’t stay at all.
Hope it will help a lot of people. We are French and very shocked about this. Worst spot in our road-trip.
Nice and safe place for camping
nice and safe place for camping , the string of lights add beauty to the place. they have electric sockets as well so if you have small space heater for camp you can use it during winter
Avoid bringing large campers
Service was excellent, very homely. I verified with the host if bringing a camper would be alright and he assured me it would, however through the entrance to the property there is a ( very ) narrow concrete bridge to the sites. Once we actually found the site, and the steep dirt road up to it, we attempted to get the camper up to it. Luckily the Host came up and accomidated us to stay toward the bottom of the hill and just park the camper where it was mostly level. Just be aware, if you're planning on bringing anything longer than 20-25 ft. you should reconsider. Otherwise, a very lovely campsite, with some portapotties, water access and a nice fire pit. Lovely folks.
Cute, secluded spot near yosemite
Really enjoyed our stay there, and the camping gear they had set up at the site (picnic table, bathroom, chair, mini fridge, shelving to place food and other storage), and even a nice hammock. I would recommend this camping site. The only complaint I would have was the long periods of barking dogs in the early hours of the morning, it seems there are two that may belong to a neighbor. The website states that it is not pet friendly so I believe it was someone else who lives on the property. Other than that, we had a great stay and enjoyed our time there.
What a unique place! The hosts were super lovely and very helpful with Yosemite advice. Easily accessible to Yosemite, and a great value for the money! Would definitely stay again for a day or two of camping.
Very friendly hosts, great proximity to Yosemite’s west entrance, delicious restaurants in Coulterville, and we were pleasantly surprised to find amenities including coffee. The port-a-John was a bit full (perhaps overdue to be changed), but clean enough. Written directions were very helpful and easy to follow. Would recommend to anyone looking to go to Yosemite (make sure to make entrance reservations a week in advance), and mammoth lakes are also a great day trip option!