I have a small ranch with two barns and open flat land on the Central Coast to park your RV or camper. There is plenty of open space to park your RV, (turn around, back in, pull-thru) and I do allow RV campers to set up tents as well, if desired. the B.Y.O.T. #4 site can be booked for anyone with a RV/camper trailer/camper van as it has pull thru access. I am perfectly l
I have a small ranch with two barns and open flat land on the Central Coast to park your RV or camper. There is plenty of open space to park your RV, (turn around, back in, pull-thru) and I do allow RV campers to set up tents as well, if desired. the B.Y.O.T. #4 site can be booked for anyone with a RV/camper trailer/camper van as it has pull thru access. I am perfectly located on the Cali Coast at the half way points from Los Angeles and San Francisco and is the perfect stopover when traveling. What you will get here is seclusion and strawberry scented air. The ranch is on the riverbed mesa with a panoramic view of the Sierra Madre mountain range, avocado orchards, and the valley floor is covered in strawberry fields.
I have small individual BBQ pits that you can use at your site; or you can bring your own small grills.
The property is a quick 2 miles off the 101, at an exit with all the stores/amenities you need for your camping experience. I am located where several wine trails begin that will wrap you through Foxen Canyon down into Santa Ynez, Los Olivos, and Los Alamos to tasting rooms and some intimate cafes. This is also a famous cycling route. Going North of Santa Maria you have hiking, beaches, sand dunes, more wineries, bike trails, hot springs, and my all time favorite Thursday night Farmers Market in SLO. Madonna Inn is a one of kind must-see iconic pop culture throw back hotel/restaurant/bakery--a fun dessert and coffee stop after the farmers market where you can check out every nook and cranny (especially both downstairs bathrooms). In Pismo Beach you will find the Triple D famed Splash Café which has delicious seafood and clam chowder bread bowls. Just around the corner are the biggest, gooiest, yummiest cinnamon rolls at Old West Bakery (one will feed 4+). Both are so worth the lines and you will have to get there early before they sell out (Maple Bacon)--no guilt there if you hike Madonna Hill or Montana De Oro first!
When you are done checking out all the cool places on the Central Coast you will come back to a beautiful sunset, sky full of stars and a bonfire if desired. Please bring your own bundle of wood (Walmart, Grocery Outlet, Albertson's, Lowes & Home Depot); your own camping chairs, and any camping equipment for cooking.
In following Health Officer Order No. 2020-12.5 for Santa Barbara County, effective date July 14, 2020, 5:00 p.m., for opening of campgrounds protocol, there is hand sanitizer at the outdoor sink in the communal area.
- Check in: After 3PM
- 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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Gorgeous farmland with mountains
We loved our stay here! The surrounding farmland and mountains are so incredibly beautiful and it was so fun getting to witness the farm operating and all the work that goes into it. It was a great place to park the camper, go for day trips to the beach and return for gorgeous sunsets. Would definitely stay again!
Peaceful and convenient
Easy access to the 101. Clean facilities (port-o-potty, showers), a sweet horse to visit with, and strawberry-scented fields. Our kids loved walking around exploring the farm, and the host was very responsive.
Meredith’s spot is so lovely. And she is just as wonderful. She came to greet us and even gifted us with a delicious bottle of wine from the vineyard her daughter works at! Her communication was great and we would definitely stay again :)
A safe place to stop en route
We arrived after dark (late, a little rig trouble) and had a little trouble locating where we were supposed to park. Meredith had been good about responding to messages leading up to the booking. The site we reserved on the map at the time of booking didn't appear to match up to where we ultimately were supposed to park, so it was a little confusing. The porta potty was very clean. Strawberry pickers parked immediately on the other side of the fence to begin working at about 5:45am and we must have heard car doors open and close at least 30 times just a dozen feet away before 6am. I'm guessing that agricultural workers are there seasonally, so you may not have that not-so-pleasant wakeup. We decided to hit the road early, so we can't say much more about the rest of the camp (table and shower area looked clean, not much else there for campers other than a place to park en route somewhere).