Pitch your tent in an old walnut grove near Cache Creek kayaking and river rafting. Wild turkeys might wander past your tent and you will be awakened with the "dawn chorus" of a multitude of birds. Frogs often sing you to sleep. The grassy pasture is part of a B&B property and you may buy breakfast and join the other guests. An outdoor shower and interior half-bath are avail
Pitch your tent in an old walnut grove near Cache Creek kayaking and river rafting. Wild turkeys might wander past your tent and you will be awakened with the "dawn chorus" of a multitude of birds. Frogs often sing you to sleep. The grassy pasture is part of a B&B property and you may buy breakfast and join the other guests. An outdoor shower and interior half-bath are available. Cache Creek (really a river) is only a moment away (1/2 mile in one direction; 1.5 miles in the other) with swimming holes, inner tubing, river rafting and kayaking. Cache Creek Wilderness lands are just up the road, with hiking, birding, and hunting.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 72%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Walnut Grove Camp in California.
Places to see near Capay Valley Cache Creek
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Awesome place! Host is very welcoming ! Very cute. Everything was clean. Covid 19 distance respected. The only negative thing : we were on the campsite closed to the road, I could barely sleep because of the trucks and cars. My husband had no problem with this. So if you have a light sleep, ask for another campsite !
Perfect getaway from sf
Camilla is wonderful. She is kind and gives you awesome spots to hike and swim. The campsite we stayed in was close to the road and isn't secluded. The spot is awesome if you plan to hike and do outdoor activities near by. The toilet is clean and tidy. Recommend this place for sure. Also, we drove from San Francisco. The two hour road trip was breathtaking. The area of the camp is also gorgeous.
Camila was a terrific host. I came here with my girlfriend to do an intro to camping trip and it was exactly that. You stay on a small plot of land, can set up camp and rent, yet you still have access to a garden shower and utility bathroom.
I 100% recommend the breakfast, it was a big time highlight.
Serenity in the oaks
Camilla's place is a sanctuary! The tent site was well shaded and private. She provides you with a picnic table and a firepit and a hose to make sure all is contained. Her gardens are impressive. I want to come back in early spring and see all the irises in bloom!!
I cant say enough about the delicious farm to table breakfasts she prepared. We had a different menu everyday. My favorite was a savory brown rice, quinoa and chia creation with walnuts and calendula. It was VERY tasty!!
The river is wonderful. We especially loved going to the historic Rumsey bridge built in 1949 and watching the swallows dive and dip.
This was my first hip camp experience and it was simply sensational!!
Camilla was a great host and we felt very welcome. The campsite was next to the main road, so it got a bit loud in the morning when a truck drove by, but the site was perfect for us! Thank you!