In early spring lower meadow is green and tall grass. There is a picnic table, fire pit grill ( limited to fire season uses and changes daily based on conditions ) and our campers have created a bone totem for fun. You are camping near a seasonal creek that dries up in late June but makes for a fun rockhounding or other exploring. This site is marked with an old piece of far
In early spring lower meadow is green and tall grass. There is a picnic table, fire pit grill ( limited to fire season uses and changes daily based on conditions ) and our campers have created a bone totem for fun. You are camping near a seasonal creek that dries up in late June but makes for a fun rockhounding or other exploring. This site is marked with an old piece of farm iron for photos.
This is out late arrival campground. People with dogs Multi-family group camping
There are six good level tent sites and easy pull in pull out pop-up, van, or truck campers.
Campers enter off the main entrance farm road and turn LEFT at the Lower Meadows signs.
Late arrives must text upon arriving regardless the time.
Campsite has a cassette style toilet with small tank water and pull handle flush.
Guests are asked to contact host if they wish to use the small lake
Lake hours are between 10-am - 4:30p and guest must follow the designated path to and from the lake as it near the private home.
The canoe must be reserved ahead of time and guests must bring their own life jackets.
Hiking access to the Toiyobi is through the upper road across the dam -please contact host for access instructions.
- Check in: After 10AM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 5% off
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What a beautiful place to stay outside of Reno! The chuggerum of bull frogs and the yipping of coyotes provided the background music for the evening. The pond site brought mosquitoes, so bring your bug spray. Reno nights can be cold, even in summer. Don’t forget your sleeping bag!
Host Wendy is gregarious and I enjoyed morning tea and a chat. I look forward to staying again.