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Earth houses in Lake Don Pedro with a private bathroom

Boating, fishing, and shoreline camping are the highlights at this Gold Country reservoir.

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7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents64 acres · Los Gatos, Santa Cruz
 WindTree is an awesome retreat perched high on top of the Santa Cruz Mountains in California, over looking the entire Monterey Bay and Santa Clara Valley. WindTree is sacred land used by many  over the past 30 years for retreat and ceremony. It has also been a working "Wwoof" -ing farm for volunteers from all over the world to come and learn about organic gardening in a fun, beautiful, nurturing community restoring our sense of interrelatedness and encouraging planetary sustainability by our choices and concerns for the wellness of the environment.  You can make your experience  apart of this community or enjoy a quiet private camp site away from any activities. We are off the grid with solar power and our own well. We have small organic gardens with chickens and goats. You will love it up here under the stars.
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Lava Cap Land

4 sites · Lodging100 acres · Nevada City, Nevada
With over 100 acres of land on the outskirts Nevada County we have 5 once in a lifetime spots that are available for a stay. We welcome you to come and spend a night to relax and rejuvenate your mind body and soul. Whether your looking for a place to get away with the family, a hideaway for one (or two) in your tent, a romantic night in another land or a night sleeping in a glass tiny home under the stars next to a gold mine, we have you covered! Abundant Manifestations is a local Non Profit 501C3 housing and helping families of disaster and women of Domestic Violence. Proceeds of your stay here go to help house and transition them into their next phase of their journey We will welcome you to the pond just below the Castle which hold Amma The hugging Saint's beloved Geese ducks Chinese and African Geese as well as our ducks. With over 40 peacocks that roam the property you are sure to hear and see them. The pond holds Florida Large Mouth Bass so if your looking to fish, you've found the right spot. It really is a secret fishing spot. If you are here at the right time of the year you can always catch the Canadian Geese swoop in for a landing. If you have Gold Fever, we have you covered. Over 33 acres is an old gold mine with all the buildings safes, and processing plant. Pretty amazing part of California history. Nevada County is full of beautiful, and cultural sites and restaurants to check out.
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Earth houses in Lake Don Pedro with a private bathroom guide

In the foothills of the western Sierra Nevada, Lake Don Pedro is popular among boaters, campers, and anglers. With 160 miles of shoreline, 13,000 surface acres, and numerous coves and inlets, there’s plenty of space for houseboating, swimming, fishing, water skiing, wakeboarding, windsurfing, and sailing. Two full service marinas, three boat ramps, and boat rentals make it easy to launch a boat. A renowned bass fishing lake, Don Pedro is also home to trout, salmon, catfish, and bluegill. As for camping, three developed campgrounds cater to tent and RV campers with full amenities, while unlimited dispersed camping is available along the undeveloped shoreline.

Where to Go

River and Creek Arms

The very northern park of Lake Don Pedro is split between the Tuolumne River Arm and the Woods Creek Arm. The developed Moccasin Point Campground is on the eastern end, near highways 120 and 49, and offers tent and RV sites with full hookups, restrooms, showers, picnic tables, and BBQ grills. Dispersed shoreline camping can be found along both the Woods Creek Arm and Tuolumne River Arms, especially toward the extreme ends of the lake.

Upper Bay, Middle Bay, and East Bay

The Upper Bay, East Bay, and Middle Bay make up the central portion of Lake Don Pedro. The Wreck-Bay Boat-in Camp Area sits at the western end of the Upper Bay offering fire rings and vault toilets, while the Graveyard Creek Boat-in Camp Area is near Rock Island in the Middle Bay. Dispersed camping is also available at most of the shoreline in this region.

South Bay and West Bay

The southern end of Don Pedro Reservoir offers the most amenities for campers. At the western end, find tent and RV sites with electricity and water hookups at Blue Oaks Campground, also home to BBQ grills, restrooms, showers, a store, and a dump station. A nearby group campground has space for up to 200 people, and the Fleming Meadows Campground, near the visitor center and dam, also offers campsites with full amenities. Dispersed camping is available in certain actions of the southern and western shorelines.

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