Set up your trailer or RV come on in taste some wine and purchase a bottle or so to sit out on the patio and watch the sunset go down. Ride your bike into town grab some lunch at one of our mom and pop restaurants. Golf at the golf course 5 minutes away. we have horse shoes, corn hole and other fun stuff to do. Some weekends we have live music
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Lots of bike trails located through out Livermore
Lake Del Valle is 10 minutes away from our location
At sunset you can usually hear screech owls and coyotes
Natural features you'll find at Winery camping in California.
Places to see near Kelly V.’s Land
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
It was easy to find! We were the only campers so we had plenty of privacy. Lots of great food around the town as well. We arrived too late but would have enjoyed using their wine tasting area and store.
Good if there is an event
It was a bit expensive for parking in a dirt lot, but we enjoyed the weekend we spent there.
To the west is the neighboring vineyards and the sunsets are spectacular. Also, there is a nice outdoor area with cornhole and lawn furniture. The location was great for exploring the area - on hot days, Del Valle Lake is only 15 minutes away and the town of Livermore is close by
It's a dirt lot with a good amount of trash in it. On the east side there is a neighboring junkyard, which was quite an eye sore. Also, the wine tasting costs $15 a person (in addition to the $50 a night for parking in their lot) and we really didn't like the wine - they will waive the fee if you buy 2 bottles.
My wife and I just got a travel trailer and this was our 2nd trip with our trailer and our first trip without electricity. We could not have asked for a better experience. Kelly was out of town, but her daughter Mia was extremely hospitable and welcoming. She even told us that we could hang out in the tasting room in the air conditioning while she cleaned up to keep cool, since we didn't have a generator to run our air conditioning. Additionally there was a large outdoor patio that we were able to use at any time. We were the only people camping the weekend we were there. It was very quiet and relaxing. There were two clean bathrooms that were open 24 hours (much cleaner than the facilities on our first trip to a national park). Downtown Livermore was ~10 minute drive, which was nice to run out and grab a meal or groceries if we needed. We enjoyed our stay at Leisure Street Winery and definitely plan on returning. Highly recommended!