- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Creekside Casita near the Ocean in California.
The casita is down roughly 1/8 mile gated driveway where you are able to park next to the casita.
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The Creekside Casita is a dreamy getaway that comes with everything you'll need. Nestled right in the middle of wineries and Morro Bay, the Creekside Casita is the perfect place to unwind and relax after a day of wine tasting or a day at the beautiful beach of Morro Bay. Everything is thoughtfully put together, with a fully stocked kitchen filled with everything you'll need, a sink with running water, coffee maker, electric kettle, toaster oven and a little mini fridge, there's also outdoor charcoal bbq and propane stove to do your cooking on. There's an outdoor shower that you'll want to use even just for a rinse off just to enjoy showering outdoors and there's a very well lit path to a brand new port-a-potty with a sink inside to wash your hands. The Casita also has a couple outdoor tables and chairs and a nice outdoor fire place, the perfect place to end your night. You'll fall in love with all the animals, goats, chickens, the sweetest kitty cat and a very calm pup Shiloh, that more likely than not will come down to visit with you once or twice. While we were there we took the time to unwind and crack open our books we haven't had the time to read yet, played some cards (found in the Casita) and took an early evening walk on the little hiking trail that was in the making. In the morning we were greeted with fresh eggs the chickens laid the day before for our breakfast. It's amazing how delicious those eggs were! Our camp hosts even sent us on our way with a few extra. Such incredible hospitality here at the Creekside Casita near the Ocean. You'll feel more than comfortable here!
I stayed for two nights with my dog. We both had an amazing time. The cabin was so cozy and lovely. I loved interacting with the goats and other animals. Dana brought me freshly laid eggs and they were out of this world! Went to Big Sur for the day while I was there, and it was so close compared to my usual drive from Oakland. The bench up the hill was a favorite of mine to journal and mediate on. All the sounds of wildlife come out at night: owls, frogs, crickets. It was very peaceful. Can’t wait to come back!
Such a perfect weekend getaway. This place is filled with charm.
It’s literary creek side so the soothing sound of the water flow is great. The cabin has everything you’ll ever need for a great stay. It’s clean, quaint and cozy. The cabin is small but you feel spacious with the whole property. Goats really add to the whole equation.
We are def coming back soon.
I really enjoyed this cute little casita! It's definitely very small - think more like a tiny home you'd see on HGTV, but it was very charming! The bed is in a loft space that literally just holds the bed, but it is so comfortable and there is plenty of room. We took full advantage of the outdoor fireplace, and cooked some delicious farm-raised eggs that Dana provided on the camping range outside in the morning. The rain shower is outside and the 'bathroom' is actually a porta-potty on top of a hill a little ways from the casita. But it's still really pleasant and not what you'd think - there's lighting up there so you can see at night and since no one is around, you can keep the door open (it's propped open with a branch) so the 'bathroom' doesn't smell. Dana was really welcoming and made sure that we had everything we needed when we arrived and that we were comfortable! It was charming and we really enjoyed it!
Dana and Jason's hipcamp is amazing. They've gone above and beyond with the prep and setup, it's super hospitable, glamping at its' finest, and picture perfect. The extra lighting, hearth for a safe fire setup, and remarkably clean porta-potty (never seen one smell good before!) make this a wonderful get away spot. The farm environment was fun, the chickens are friendly and walk freely about the area and the goats are fun to 'talk' with. My son loved bantering with the goats. The farm fresh eggs make a wonderful breakfast -- thanks Dana! We slept four in the tiny house, with our kids being smaller and able to share the sofa sleeper. The loft bed is amazing, super fun to bunk up there. We never camp without our adventure pug, he approved too. There is a great tree in the yard for a hammock, we hung our Serac and the kids napped in it. The camp cooking setup was perfect as well, it's unusual for such a well stocked 'kitchen' when you camp. We pack all of our meal prep items but we could have left all of our spices, pots/pans, and stove at home. They have it all ready for you at the Creekside Casita.
We had a great stay at the Creekside Casita this weekend. The cabin is in a great location well off the main road, so it feels very secluded and peaceful. It's stocked with everything you could need for a great stay: cookware, charcoal grill and a nice hearth to make a campfire in the evening. Our hosts Dana and Jason were very friendly and greeted us when we arrived, made sure we were comfortable and gave us recommendations of places to visit during our stay. They even left us some farm fresh eggs. I'd recommend staying here for anyone looking to visit the central coast.
Dana is an INCREDIBLE host. The place is PERFECT and was the ultimate getaway for my best friend and I. We'd highly recommend it to anyone looking to spend time in a gorgeous area + hit pause on the daily grind.
This was my first Hipcamp experience and I’m sad to say it didn’t match my expectations. The host Dana was not very responsive— I had to send a direct message, text, then phone call to get a response. The site did not match pictures and looked like it was in need of some tlc. Provided knives were super blunt. There were no pots or pans but luckily we happened to bring our own cast iron. There was also no hot water in the showers and the “trick” didn’t work. To be fair, this is during fire season but I expected so much more from this “featured” tiny house that I paid ~$200 to stay for one night.