Camping near Glen Ellen, California

The Glen Ellen area offers everything from private outdoor hideaways to family-friendly campgrounds.

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Where the Fairies Live

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents1 acre · Lagunitas, Marin
Come enjoy the beauty of West Marin on our flat, spacious 1-acre property with a seasonal creek and an expansive ancient Buckeye Tree. At night the "magical" tree is lit with hanging solar-lit mason jars and you can sit and relax in our Adirondack chairs. We offer two distinct sites: 1) a fully electrified, heated, SHED, equipped with wifi/refrigerator/microwave that can sleep two people, and 2) a campsite that can accommodate up to four people in a tent/RV/trailer/van/or car camping. Both spaces have their own picnic table and separate portable toilets. Guests from either site can enjoy lawn games such as bocce ball or corn hole as well as a full-size trampoline.   ** Please Note -- This is a family friendly space. You will not have exclusive use of the land; we are a family of four with a friendly dog (a small golden retriever named Orvis, who likes to greet everyone). We live on-site in a small house, about 80ft from the shed and about 80ft from the camping site. We are three miles from Samuel P. Taylor State Park, natural pools at the Inkwells, and miles of hiking. Our property is about 45 minutes from Marin County beaches (Stinson, Bolinas, Limantour), Tomales Bay, Hog Island Oysters, and Pt. Reyes National Seashore. In the opposite direction, we are three miles from Roy's Redwoods and seven miles from Nicasio Valley Cheese Company (plus a seasonal pumpkin patch). This is a wonderful location for relaxing on site or for being a hub for various day-trips in West Marin. Other local amenities include a coffee shop (w/a nice bathroom, 1-mile down the road), a market/deli/burrito shop, a farm stand with local produce, and an amazing Indian restaurant all within 2-miles from the site. A well-behaved dog can stay as well but can not be left unattended. Please note that while West Marin is mostly rural where many homes sit on large acres of land, we are still in a quiet neighborhood setting. No loud parties, no smoking, no loud voices after 9:00 PM.
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Glamping in the Redwoods 🐶🐕💃🕺🏼

2 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents6 acres · Occidental, Sonoma
Welcome to West Sonoma County Camping in the Redwoods! We are located just a 2-minute drive or a 15-minute walk away from the quaint little hamlet of Occidental, where you'll find terrific restaurants with take-out, and two nice markets (one organic) and a liquor/convenience store. In town, you'll also find a terrific independent local meat market that has been in operation for over 100 years! 25 minutes from the ocean, 20 minutes to the Russian River and kayaking, and 30 minutes from HWY 101 or HWY 1. A perfect stop-over if you are travelling up the coast of California. We have 2 campsites to choose from. (Both are clothing optional. 😉). 1. Treehouse (glamping stay with Hot Tub, Pool and Sauna). Bring your own bedding… We supply fresh fitted top sheets on upscale memory foam mattresses. Full kitchen and bath, gas barbecue, flush toilet and hot water shower. 2. RV/tent site (bring your own camp stove, gas or charcoal barbecue, cooking utensils, tent or RV, and enjoy a Hot Tub and a heated Tiki Tent). Enjoy a real bathroom with a (short) hot shower, sink and toilet. Please see each site description below for more information. Our property is the perfect stopover in Northern California’s Redwoods and wine country. A terrific camp spot to recharge and unwind. Quiet, exclusive, secure, gated, sunny- and in a very friendly and safe forest setting. ⛺️🏕️🌲 NOTE: Although wood campfires are not allowed in our county, we have 2 wonderful gas fire pits for your year-round enjoyment. Both the Treehouse and Vancamp have their own private hot tub and gas fire pit. We are pet-friendly and LGBTQ-friendly! ALL ARE WELCOME 🙋‍♀️🙋‍♂️ Come and experience our little slice of heaven. We look forward to serving up a very fun and relaxing time for you and yours! Please check out our reviews and photos.
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Salmon Creek Ranch

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents400 acres · Bodega Bay, Sonoma
Located within 45 minutes of the wine country and 2 miles from the coast, our property is 400 acres of rolling hills and redwood groves, with a creek running along its base. With miles of trails meandering through quiet woods and meadows, you will be able to revel in the tranquility of a private preserve, without sacrificing easy access to some of Sonoma County's most famous attractions. A hundred years ago, this land was used to graze sheep. Remnants of the old fence lines can still be seen in places, along with old cement troughs. Since then, the land has been left to its own devices, passing through many hands, most famously owned by two brothers in the 1980's who built a truly amazing tree house in the forest which has been featured in several magazine articles. It was revamped and updated in 2016 by a master craftsman, using fallen redwood logs found on the property and is now a unique structural work of art, available for overnight stays. We produce 100% grass fed, dry-aged beef on our certified organic pastures and have a store on site if you would like to purchase delicious steaks, ribs, ground beef for hamburgers or some roasts to take home. Our cattle graze on the native grasses, never grain, and drink only water produced from our own springs. We also raise Kiko meat goats and produce pastured, certified organic duck eggs on a commercial basis. Whether it's surfing at sandy beaches, award-winning clam chowder, a wine tour, horseback riding or a hot air balloon ride you're after, you won't have far to drive if you make our ranch your base camp. You may see a family of deer appear suddenly, or a few Scottish Highland cows which we allow to roam freely over the property. There are over twenty species of wild birds that grace this protected spot, so bring your binoculars! A portion of your fee goes towards protecting native flora and fauna as part of our private wildlife preservation program. A limited number of private, widely spaced camp spots are available for visitors. The Eagles' Nest Treehouse (mentioned above) is very isolated and you may or may not even be aware that there are other people within miles of you. For those who value nature, seclusion, quiet and the artistry of old growth redwood, this is the place for you.
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Canyon Creek Resort

35 sites · RVs, Tents30 acres · Winters, Yolo
Located beside Lake Berryessa in Winters, CA, Canyon Creek Resort is a beautiful destination for all ages. This premier oasis is just 40 miles west of Sacramento, 30 miles east of Napa, and just a short drive from the Bay Area. Canyon Creek Resort is the Home resort for Private Camping members Tree-lined RV sites with full hookups Fully furnished Cottages and Cabin Rentals Fishing and Boating at Lake Berryessa Nature Paths for Hiking Two Clubhouses: One for adults; One for families Two Swimming Pools: One for adults; One for families Spa Bocce Ball Children’s Playground Planned Group Activities Cafe and Artisan Pizza Patio Entertainment Deck Laundry Facilities 24-Hour Security
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The Olive Farm

1 site · RV, Tent10 acres · Novato, Marin
Excellent Group Site! We only host one group at a time so you can be with your family and friends in a large, flat and private space. We listed the site for up to 12 campers but feel free to reach out if your group is bigger. The land was originally purchased in the 1980's. Since then, it has been used by four generations of the family as a place to gather, relax, camp and even celebrate. I had my wedding on the property in 2010. For a few years we held an annual music festival with the very inventive name of Samapalooza. Up to 400 people would attend the day filled with live music, food and drinks. You will still find the stage and bar we built as an outdoor kitchen and dining area. Around 2008, my father and I planted our first olive trees. Many have been planted since which has gifted the land the timeless sense of purpose it deserves. My father dedicated his last years to tending the young trees and now I have taken the mantle to carry the farm forward. 'The Property', as it is known amongst family and friends has always been a place to camp. I have sat around the same fire ring for decades, rain or shine. I hope that fellow hipcampers can find the joy that my family and I have experienced here. This is a very private camp on a small olive farm. Geographically close to highways and the town of Novato, Sonoma and Napa wine country, this camp feels remote and secluded. Only one camp on the property to keep it private and special. You basically have your run of the land. We have just updated the land and made some nice improvements. Located on ten acres, you will drive past a small olive grove before reaching the spacious and open campground. We have just renovated our old bar for use as a kitchen, tent pad or sitting area. Check out the new pictures to see what we've done! Just up the hill from the camp is a private pond where you can fish, take out a small boat or just sit and watch the birds. It can be great swimming on hot summer days. This spot has been used by the family for decades and is now open to share with fellow nature lovers. Just a note: While the majority of the time you can expect complete privacy, this is a working olive farm. From time to time you may run into me (Sam) or someone else associated with the land. We will always do our best to respect your space.
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The Hidden Knoll -- 360 Degree View

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres · Hidden Valley Lake, Lake
Peaceful 5 acre private mountaintop (possibly an extinct volcanic cone) with 360 degree views of Mt. St. Helena and Hidden Valley at 1,250 elevation, with 4000-7,000 foot mountains all around. It has inspiring ever-changing views above the vines, ranches, and Native oak forests facing Mt. Saint Helena, and the Mayacamas Mountains towards Calistoga and the Sonoma Coast beyond. According to legend, a network of seven points of spiritual power forms a ring around Harbin Hot Springs, giving people who tap into their arcane energies the power to dream, see visions, and reach “between the worlds.” This is a dormant volcanic region, and one of the most active geothermal regions on Earth. It's possible that this land is one of those points. And we invite you to decide for yourself. A true and rare 360 view on a knoll -- you can see the Sunrise, Moon Rise and Sunset from various points on the land. My partner and I have spent years traveling the Earth, and camping and traveling in vans -- the camping we offer here at the Hidden Knoll is exactly what we always dreamed of but never found on our journey. It's so close to conveniences--but also feels like wilderness nature. The house had a dog run/kennel when we bought it, so we offer dog friendly camping. Some guests leave their pet in the kennel while they soak for a few hours at Harbin, as the resort does not allow pets. Dogs can also run off leash here, and they love it. We have wifi, and a cell signal -- so you can work while you travel. You can clean up and get a hot shower. Cook a good meal with fresh, local ingredients--you can literally walk or bicycle to buy high quality, inexpensive groceries at two excellent stores and organic locally produced meat, bread, wine, honey and produce at a weekly farmer's market. Services are nearby so you can repair your rig -- a tire store, auto parts, hardware. And you can even visit a hot spring or go swimming in a community pool, a natural lake or swimming hole. There are 11 free places to launch a boat on nearby Clearlake. (You can rent a kayak). And several other small (clean enough to swim and fish in) lakes within 5 miles. Women traveling alone will feel safe here, and can sleep soundly. There are parts of the property where you can privately sunbathe on sunny days. We are 5 miles from Harbin Hot Springs -- close enough to visit on a day pass, and come back to cook or rest. The air is crystal clear on most days, (fog is rare) and due to the absence of street lights, the stars are bright and you can sometimes see meteors. POWERFUL, PEACEFUL LAND Is it a vortex? A power point? Visitors say the energy is clean here and they feel relaxed, peaceful, focused and serene -- yet invigorated. The soil is red, like Sedona, and sometimes when walking around you might find "Lake County Diamonds" -- a distant memory of the volcanoes that created this landscape. This is one of the most potent geothermal areas on Earth. HAVE YOU DISCOVERED LAKE COUNTY, YET? California's remote and little visited Lake County is somewhere in between the Wine Country, Sonoma County and the Mendocino Coast and only 2 hours North of the San Francisco Bay Area or West of Sacramento. If you have an EV, you will appreciate that you can get here without a recharge. (There is an EV charging station at the Twin Pines Casino, as well as inexpensive gas here -- $1 a gallon less than you will find in the Bay Area.) Lake County has remained isolated and iconoclastic, less concerned with the outside world. Many businesses here still only take cash. Many locals are third generation farmers. The food here is amazing -- including local wine, honey, pears, grass fed beef, pastured eggs, olive oil, saffron, microbrew beer, and bread. If cannabis is your thing -- there are legal dispensaries with some of the finest sun grown and organic on Earth. There is an Italian and Mexican heritage -- so you will find wood-fired pizza, Mexican food and markets, and locally baked French bread and pastries--as well as old fashioned American wood grilled barbecue and roadside smokehouses. There are few chain stores--most businesses are locally owned. The dry, sunny climate, on the 39th Parallel North, ideal for growing grapes, is similar to other beautiful grape growing climates at this latitude, like Crete, Ibiza, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Sardinia, Turkey and Mongolia. The volcanic landscape has active geothermal and hot springs, and a potent spiritual power much like the Big Island of Hawaii, Sedona or Mt. Shasta. The red volcanic soils create a unique fertility and character and enable a wider variety of grapes than Napa Valley. Due to geothermal activity, there is also a century long history of hot spring spas and yoga/meditation retreats here. A spiritual community grew around several intentional communities -- including Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, founder of the Transcendental Meditation movement, at (now defunct) Hobergs Resort. There are many devotees here of Vipassana, Osho, and the guru Adidam's oldest Sanctuary, The Mountain Of Attention. Hare Krishna have recently restored Mandala Springs on Cobb Mountain. This area was integral to the birth of the Human Potential Movement, and the Human Awareness Institute, the invention of Watsu massage, the early roots of veganism and the "Blue Zone" diet in Angwin -- and even the early work of Dr. Timothy Leary at Harbin Hot Springs. We fell deeply in love with Lake County, the people and this land, and are excited to share it with you. Our "Zen Farmhouse" Aesthetic The furniture is made from reclaimed wine barrels, wine hoops, found objects, construction spools and shabby chic reclaimed wood. Our "zen farmhouse" is the essence of the modern farmhouse movement -- it is high tech modern, but also simple, functional and unpretentious. It was lovingly re-built by hand by a master craftsperson the sparse style typical in the Lake County wine country -- repurposing and recycling old rusty metal, wine barrel hoops, barbed wire or barn wood into folk art. We try to preserve the aesthetic and find simple, solid handmade repurposed furniture and art made by locals -- like tables from old spools, chairs made from found objects, old wine barrels, plumbing pipe and reclaimed or live edge wood. A BIT RURAL, A BIT SUBURBAN We are on the grid with lights twinkling in the distance and nearby stores -- but are also on the edge of wilderness. Due to abundant food sources for wildlife, we have soaring hawks, eagles, deer, tule elk, migrating birds, egret, osprey, bald eagle, bats, owl, hummingbirds, bees, lizards and butterflies. The red volcanic soil has an energy that feels energetic yet still -- much like the power points and vortices in Sedona. At sunrise, you hear roosters and goats from neighboring ranches in the distance. At night, symphonies of cicadas and crickets. MICROCLIMATE Autumn brings Fall colors, new green grass, and temperatures in the 60s in daytime, 40s at night. Winter has sunshine and very rarely snow. The Hidden Knoll is in a microclimate above the frost of the valley -- usually brilliant sunshine with vivid blue skies, but sometimes we get fog and mist and are in a cloud forest. Bear with us as we learn how to host, improve the property and grow from your feedback. We're just getting started. In the coming months we hope to add an outdoor kitchen, outdoor bathroom, hot tub, chickens with fresh eggs and other community amenities.
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Sugarloaf Ridge State Park Glamping

6 sites · Lodging4750 acres · Kenwood, Sonoma
We have three lovely Glamping sites at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park, nestled in the glorious chaparral of the Mayacama Mountain Range and Sonoma Hills, deep in the heart of wine country. In our family-friendly campground, we installed three 16-Foot Canvas Glamping Tents, replete with warm and cozy furnishings, and other amenities you will love. The cost is $125 per night on weekends (Fri and Sat) and $100 per night on weekdays (Sun-Thurs). There is a 2-night minimum stay required between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Each canvas tent comes with a queen-size bed, futon lounge chairs, rugs, tables, lighting, and complementary firewood the first night. At no additional cost, we can add up to two twin beds to each tent upon request to sleep up to 6 people. 8 people max allowed at the campsite. The glamping sites include a picnic table, fire ring, outdoor seating, and room for your additional tents if desired. All sites are easy walking distance to flush toilets and a bathhouse, with large, clean, coin operated hot shower rooms. There is no cell service in the park, but free WiFi is available at the Visitor Center. PLEASE NOTE that Bedding (sheets, pillows, blankets) IS NOT included in a standard rental, but is available as an add-on. Guests are encouraged to bring their own bedding whenever possible. If no bedding is added, we will assume a one-queen setup with mattress covers only. We kindly ask guests to provide at least 48-hour notice if bedding will be required. We will always try to accommodate last-minute requests, but we cannot guarantee this. PETS and SMOKING ARE NOT ALLOWED INSIDE our glamping tents! This is strictly enforced, and you WILL be charged a $150 cleaning fee for any violation of this policy. Parking: Your reservation includes parking for one vehicle. There is an additional $10 per night per vehicle charge for more than one vehicle, which you can pay for at the Visitor's Center upon check-in. Please note that a $25 setup/cleaning fee is charged per reservation, plus a booking fee. Since 2012, Sugarloaf Ridge State Park has been operated by a band of non-profits, spearheaded by The Sonoma Ecology Center, known as Team Sugarloaf. Team Sugarloaf's efforts have resulted in a revitalized park that engages with all of our community and welcomes visitors from all over the country and the world.
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Euphorbia Gardens

1 site · Lodging12 acres · Bolinas, Marin
Enjoy this beautiful land and gardens in our new geo dome! This dome is nestled in the lush succulent and cacti gardens and has beautiful sunset views. On the property are two large greenhouses that were originally built by Herman Schwartz in the 70s. The greenhouses were abandon for many years and are undergoing restoration, however, they are still magnificent with some cacti being 40-50 years old! Guests are welcome to tour them and the property where there is also a beautiful pond. This property is the perfect peaceful getaway. In the dome, we have floor pads, a space heater, side tables and a lamp. We advise to bring your own bedding. Temperatures do drop so please plan accordingly. Bathrooms with sinks are near the dome. During the week, we have an outdoor preschool on the property so you might see little tables and play areas around the land.
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Whaleback Ridge Camp and Tub

10 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents34 acres · Calistoga, Sonoma
*See @whalebackranch on IG for updated photos and videos. Welcome to Whaleback Ridge, named after the ridgeline that my great-grandparents called "the Whaleback" to the Northern edge of our property. I grew up here, and my family is the 5th generation to work this land. We've recently made many fun improvements for our own use, including the camp, bathtub, shower, and trails - and we're excited to offer them. We do this for fun and a little extra income as a teacher (Dan) and artist (Mariah). Mariah is also the gardener; I have built most of the camp out of recycled redwood from my mom's old deck. The treehouse is a peaceful and safe relaxation haven; feel free to sleep up there. Please know that you use at your own risk, and mind the gaps in the metal guardrail and strap. Currently, we have a family who rents the main house, which shares the 'hilltop' with the Sunrise Camp and the Coral Cabin. The main house is also VERY NEAR the 'Shelf, more private campsite.' Our tenants are an active family and cars may come and go - which might be more disruptive, just a heads up! The Married Manzanitas and Shaded Oak sites are private. And besides cars coming and going sometimes, the family is very quiet and you will barely see them. In the MAIN CAMP, there are plenty of tables and chairs to help you decide which view is most beautiful, behind newly installed privacy shades between our house (for two of the campsites that share the hilltop with our house). In that camp is the main outdoor shower and bathtub which you fill with our mineral-rich well water (which is filtered). There is an outdoor kitchen space with lots of kitchen wares, spices, and cooking condiments, with dry storage for everything inside the yellow shed. Everything from the shed can go back and forth between being stored outside or in the shed itself. You have use of the gas grill and outside outlets to heat food/drink with hot pot and coffee fixins for the morning. There is also access to a SHARED mini-fridge and microwave in the shed if needed; just plug in the fridge. You're welcome to explore any parts of the property *north* of the driveway and hilltop, being considerate of other campers present at the 3 other campsites. We generally hang out on our deck or opposite side of the house south of the driveway and enjoy our own space. *For hiking, you can get to "The Whaleback" by walking down past the Coral Cabin and toilet, taking your FIRST left trail and following the main trails which will cover the edges of our 34 acres, about 30-45 min. hike to the top of the ridge. These trails do get overgrown, and it is wilderness - long pants and hiking boots required. *I may or may not be present on site, but I AM the main point of contact by text. If you need wifi to send a text, find the info sheets at the MAIN CAMP by the yellow shed, at the top of the hill for wifi information (which generally only works for hilltop campsites). In general please don't disturb the house residents unless there is an emergency and I don't respond quickly enough to your text. *Steer clear of the neighbors down the hill - the first house you see when you drive up the driveway. Please do not disturb them. *There is an outdoor compost toilet. You cover your biz with leaves and it starts breaking down and eliminates odor immediately. In general, please pee in a bush, or use the commode and dump it in the bushes if you prefer. We generally provide TP, but please bring a roll of toilet paper to be sure it is available and dry (due to morning mist, other campers, etc). *We have an old dog! She is a husky-akida mix (her name is "Beautiful") and she will bark at first. She makes friends quickly; feel free to meet her and show you're friendly, then ignore her and/or play with her! But please don't feed her, and watch your food (!). If you bring pets, they should be fine! If yours is at all questionable with new dogs, please just introduce them slowly at first, and then they should get along famously. Throwing a toy or stick should work, or if available, give them treats from the camp to leave you alone. We let them out in the morning and evening but try to keep them out of your space most of the time. *There are seven options to rent: The (private lower) Married Manzanitas, with sep. shower/toilet/camp ($49 /night); the (private lower) Married Manzanitas Safari Tent ($90/night); the hilltop Coral Cabin 10x10 ft. room ($90/night), the Hilltop Campsite ($49/night), the Shelf Campsite ($49/night), the Shaded Oak Campsite ($49/night with no shower), and Shaded Oak #2 RV only ($45/night with no shower or compost toilet; also not level, so requires leveling jacks for RVs -- cinderblocks and boards are provided to help with leveling). During busy weekends and holidays, the hilltop Coral Cabin and Sunrise Hilltop Campsite sometimes rent simultaneously, meaning you may share the kitchen facilities and tub/shower - can easily all use at different times. Same may happen with the Married Manzanitas campsite and furnished Safari Tent. *If this concerns, you may rent the premium of the two sites and request the other camper site be closed - even if that's the site you really want. If I can rent the premium site, I am happy to block the less expensive site if possible and not rented yet. Note: The (private lower) Married Manzanitas campsite AND Safari Tent share camp kitchen and other amenities, including the second 'throne' and second shower on the property. The Married Manzanitas is also the only site that does not accommodate an RV. *This is a beautiful, serene, and peaceful spot! We invite you to come contribute to that energy.
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Terminal 4

13 sites · RVs, Tents24 acres · North Richmond, Contra Costa
Camp and/or park your RV at the tip of the San Pablo Peninsula with astonishing views of San Francisco Bay on one side and San Pablo Bay on the other. A lot of open space to explore. Relax in the beautiful bay views, wildlife, common areas built to chill and take in the scenery. Enjoy a unique sauna experience by the bay via our tenants Good Hot Fri - Sun. Saunas are available for private rental, and are located adjacent to a beach for cold plunging. You must book via their website http://www.good-hot.com. Reservations open 14 days in advance and often fill up. Also, a short distance away is the San Pablo Yacht Harbor. This is the location of the fun new restaurant Sailing Goat. It is accessible by either a short drive over the hill or via a private coastal walking path. Terminal 4 makes up the tip of the San Pablo Peninsula and fronts on both San Francisco and San Pablo Bays. Lot A is on the San Francisco Bayside, just to left after entering the Main Gate. The views are spectacular but it can be a bit windier than Lot B, which faces the San Pablo Bayside. Also, no power or water, but a porta-potty is about 50 yards distant. Located at the tip of the San Pablo Peninsula near the Richmond San Rafael Bridge, this 24-acre secluded former port facility boasts some of the most beautiful views anywhere of both San Francisco and San Pablo Bays.
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Pharo Pharms Organic Farm-

1 site · RV2 acres · Sonoma, Sonoma
****PLEASE NOTE:**** This campsite is for RVs or self-contained vehicles ONLY as we have no restroom facilities available. No tent or car camping. It is a small organic farm on the outskirts of the City of Sonoma. It is about 9 miles from downtown Napa. There are mountain and vineyard views, The campsite is up against a vineyard. Our neighbors are cows and goats. We have sheep, chickens, dogs, cats, and horses. We are within walking distance of three wineries and a vodka bar. We have water and 30 amp electricity available.
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Garden by the sea

1 site · TentBolinas, Marin
A large flowery lot home of a landscape painter and a musician. Very quiet within one block of cliff-side ocean view. A 15-20 minute walk or a few minute drive to the beach.Pitch your tent in a pretty private flower garden in a charming coastal town less than an hour from San Francisco. The site is surrounded by state and national parks accommodating many recreational activities.We have added an outdoor shower and a place to store surfboards.  Brighton and Wharf Rd. Beach are both good surfing spots.
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