Exit Trinidad Rancheria in the boutique town of Trinidad and head North on Frontage Rd before turning Right on Stumptown Rd, drive down the dip up the road past our neighbors colorful collection of trash and treasures before arriving at our 2 acre home nestled in the thick of the redwoods. The live edge redwood fence will let you know you've arrived at 103 Stumptown Rd. Our
Exit Trinidad Rancheria in the boutique town of Trinidad and head North on Frontage Rd before turning Right on Stumptown Rd, drive down the dip up the road past our neighbors colorful collection of trash and treasures before arriving at our 2 acre home nestled in the thick of the redwoods. The live edge redwood fence will let you know you've arrived at 103 Stumptown Rd. Our front fence is live edge redwood and recycled sheet metal. The front house is a light green with mahogany stained window trim.
At site 2 and 3 past the redwood fence on your right we have carved out two sites in the woods with one shared fire pit next to a VW beetle that has a tree growing out of it.
Site 1 is at the front of the property accessed through the wood gate behind the main house. There is one fire pit here and the house is under renovation.
At the cabin and the barn you'll find a fresh drinking water spigot, an outside shower and fresh eggs for breakfast.
Firewood is $15 for a triple sized bundle and is a bargain of a price compared to the local grocery store
Please familiarize yourself with directions before arriving, there is minimal cell reception, no street lights and our neighbors are friendly but prefer their privacy.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 95%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Trinidad Site in California.
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Wooded, quiet, a bit funky
On the good side, the site is quiet and wooded and we were the only visitors. However, it really is a work in progress with some funky aspects--like an old, difficult gate that was hard to open. The host could provide more information on the bathrooms as we weren't even sure where they were (lots of out buildings and a couple of permanent RVs on site.) It looks like they are working on the property and with time it should be a sweet spot.
Nico was extremely responsive and answered all questions promptly when we had cell connection. The location is beautiful and pretty easy to navigate to but residential. The goats (especially the baby goats) are extremely adorable. Fire pit, covered picnic table, potable water for the Trinidad Forest Site #1 were great features but the shower and toilet were not up to par. Unfortunately we did lose reception there so couldn't let Nico know we were at the property.
Nico and Wrena pretty much saved our vacation. It was Labor Day Weekend, we had to flee our campground in the national forest b/c of smoke and noise, and we didn't have a place to go. Nico accepted our request within 15 minutes and was super responsive and accommodating the whole time. The amenities are pretty basic but they've got everything you need to pitch a tent and park your camper. And they could not be nicer. And the baby goats are cuuuuuuuute.