Love to camp and want to park on a private oak filled site under a blanket of stars? We have a hook up / camp site just for you. The site is on level ground and comes with use of our electric, 30 amp and 110, and a water hook up, water not potable. We are several miles from downtown Paso Robles and at the beginning of the award winning Adelaida wine trail. Our site is on
Love to camp and want to park on a private oak filled site under a blanket of stars? We have a hook up / camp site just for you. The site is on level ground and comes with use of our electric, 30 amp and 110, and a water hook up, water not potable. We are several miles from downtown Paso Robles and at the beginning of the award winning Adelaida wine trail. Our site is on 42 acres with trails that lead up to beautiful views of Paso Robles wine country and oak covered hills. Hike up in the morning with a cup of coffee to see the sunrise or in the evening for beautiful sunsets that overlook the oak filled hills and where you'll find 360 degrees of breath-taking views by day and jaw-dropping star filled skies at night. Enjoy the entertainment of our two donkeys, Lucy (light gray) and Desi (dark gray) that will come up to greet you at the fence along with Fiona (brown goat) and Sadie (white goat). Desi and Lucy love to talk. A couple of Black Angus cows , Samuel the baby bull and Connie his adopted mama. They love the green lichen hanging form the trees (hint hint).We have organic fresh farm eggs from our free range chickens for purchase of $3 per 6 pack. We provide a propane fire-ring .during the fire season and a wood burning fire ring during the winter months, depending on the dampness of the land. Less than a 10 minute drive away you will be at Lake Nacimiento. Keep going and you will come up on Lake San Antonio. A quick little day trip to Big Sur is just roughly an hour away. Take Nacimiento-Fergusson Road, that will connect you to California State Route 1 and the Big Sur coast. Like to surf?…we are about a 1/2 hour from Morro Bay and Cayucos. There is plenty of great outdoor activities close by, or just park and relax under the great oak trees! We have an indoor bathroom with 2 flushable toilets and a hot shower.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Lake Nacimiento is 10 minutes away
Morro Bay is roughly 1/2 hr away
Lake Nacimiento is 10 minutes away. They have boat, kayak, and paddle board rentals
Natural features you'll find at Wine Country Camping under the Oaks in California.
Morro Bay roughly 1/2 hr Cayucos roughly 45 min Cambria roughly 1 hour
Lake Nacimiento is 10 minutes away
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Well designed space with a nice propane burner so we could have a fire without the risk. Didn't interact with the host at all, but it looks like they're building a new cabin on the property, so expect a bit of construction stuff nearby. Didn't bother us.
Me thinks not
The electrical connection defaulted and shut down the inverter in my rig. AC stopped running. 101 outside. No cell service. Dead squirrel carcass to walk around. Space not close to level. Entrance road washboard. I never completed my stay. Other than that, there are beautiful oak trees and a quiet location.
It could have been a lovely setting but the site was adjacent to where they were building a structure and there were building materials immediately adjacent to the site. It was a pile of random wood, old siding, aluminum roof material, etc.
Feeling like you're camping in a construction site really detracted from the whole experience! Also, for those of you with RVs, the pad is definitely not level. We ended up sleeping sideways. Animals were cute though and it was wooded and quiet.
The property is beautiful, the sites are spread out enough for a bit of privacy. This site is very close to a bathroom structure which is still under construction, should be very nice when completed, but was serviceable during our stay.
It is a cozy, rustic little tent site with a fire pit and seating. We did not cook at the site, because we also had rented the 1972 land yacht, to accommodate our party of 6, and did all the cooking and gathering there.
Dana is a great host, truly interested in ensuring that her guests are well cared for!
We'd definitely stay here again. The site was clean and beneath a beautiful oak tree. There is another site nearby (an Airstream), but it's across the Arizona crossing, which creates for privacy for the 2 sites. The site is a short walk to the animals--we loved spending time with the goats, chickens, and brother-and-sister donkey duo Lucy and Dezi. It's also near a trailhead and the restrooms. I'd recommend bringing a citronella candle and some bug spray. We got a few mosquito bites.
A starry night
Nice little spot amidst many trees. No hook ups for waste removal, but there is a power line to recharge if needed. Dana was very friendly and the eggs were great! Our kids (9 & 15) loved feeding the donkeys Desi & Lucy. They were very friendly and gentle. Wine tasting is only a 10 minute drive. Under the trees and the stars gave us the recharge we needed with no data access. We spent time together as a family in this quiet environment and loved every minute of it. We hope to come back again.