This site is tucked into the side of a hill, protected from the Westerly winds. It is nestled within and around a wild plum tree. Enjoy expansive views of the Estero San Antonio and all of the wildlife it attracts. The walk to the bathroom is a short trip down the hill. The walk to the camp site is 400 ft up a mowed trail. There is space for two small tents or one large (4
This site is tucked into the side of a hill, protected from the Westerly winds. It is nestled within and around a wild plum tree. Enjoy expansive views of the Estero San Antonio and all of the wildlife it attracts. The walk to the bathroom is a short trip down the hill. The walk to the camp site is 400 ft up a mowed trail. There is space for two small tents or one large (4 person) tent. Enjoy the peace and quiet of this land and the singing of the birds in the nearby trees. There is parking for one car only.
You will have access to our pastures for picnics, leisurely walks, at your choosing. When you check in we will give you directions to a few special places on the ranch. A liability waiver will be needed to be signed.
We try to leave the land better off than we found it and hope that you will share the same respect for the pristine beauty of this place. We are 5 minutes away from the quaint town of Tomales and 10 minutes from Dillon Beach and it's incredible beach . Bring your own kayak or canoe and paddle to the ocean down the Estero San Antonio!
Poison Oak season is here and there are a few sprouts coming up in the camp site. Please be mindful when you're there.
If you plan on attending Outside Lands at Golden Gate Park, you've come to right place! Book your stay at Quail Nest, located an hour and 10 minutes from Golden Gate Park. Our space offers an ideal way to relax and recharge after a day's fun enjoying the music and food at Outside Lands.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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Natural features you'll find at Quail Nest in California.
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The land is absolutely beautiful! We got there in the evening and watched a beautiful sunset and cows grazing nearby. We camped in our van so we just stayed down at the parking area which is lovely in itself. We loved it and will absolutely be back.
The quail’s nest campsite was one of the more private spots on the property. The site has a beautiful view of pasture and a river. The land is located less than 15 minutes from the coast and is less than an hour from Napa.
Good spot! Sheltered from the wind, up on a bluff with a view, flat. We rode bikes in, so didn't mind that you can't drive up to the spot, but would not want to lug all my gear up there. It's 20-30 yards up a slight hill from the parking spot. The other spots on this property look a lot more convenient for car camping. Outhouse was cute.
We will comeback again!
After settled in Quail Nest. we saw rolling down hills of dreamy farmland., overlooking spots of cows and sheep in distance hills. Birds swiftly flying over brook.
My son picked a blackberry and throwed in the air and catch with his mouth. I enjoyed taking slow morning walk in the fresh misty air. We will definitely come back again.
>Had a hard time finding campsites. GPS coordinate info will be helpful.
>3 season sleeping bag is good enough for labor day weekend.
Beautiful landscape! Foggy in early morning. Plenty of plums and blackberries in late august. Delicious produces from the farm (eggs, focaccia and steaks). Very nice owners. We even paddled around the hill on the Estero. Nice afternoon at nearby Dillon beach. Would go again!
This place is awesome!
This place is awesome! The campground is located off of a road that has very little vehicular traffic, so I noticed virtually no noise from the road. The campground is on a farm/ranch surrounded by beautiful rolling hills, pastures, and grasslands--great views and very visually appealing. The campsites are spacious and level. Another thing I really appreciated was how the campsites were located at least 50 yards (or more) from each other, providing privacy that one rarely finds at campsites that are so often packed too closely together. The host, Emily, was super responsive and answered my call immediately the night I arrived when I was having difficulty locating the entrance using Apple Maps (it turned out Google Maps was more accurate). Lastly, I'm very glad this resource exists in the area of Tomales Bay, where lodging and campgrounds are fewer and may be fully booked or expensive. I'd stay here again when I want a base camp to explore the gorgeous areas around Tomales Bay and Pt. Reyes.