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Up Shit Creek

7 sites · Lodging, Tents12 acres · Boulder Creek, CA
12 Acres in the Redwoods. Creekside. We have a private driveway with lots of secluded Space. lots of chickens usually an endless supply of eggs for breakfast. Small campfires available. Cabin renters have access to Hot showers, wood-burning stove, kitchen amenities and running water. Porta potty only The cabins are located Away from our living area. Main cabin is overlooking the creek and the tent sites, creekside cabin is down near the swimming hole and tent sites. Tent sites are located next to the creek or up near the community fire pit. This is our home, it is private, eclectic and filled with natural beauty. That being said, it is by no means pristine. We have the occasional junk pile like most off grid homesteaders do. We do not throw out some things that others would. We try to find a use for old and weathered equipment and materials. Our cabin is built completely with recycled and reclaimed materials. Like I said, we do not like to waste anything, so you may notice a few parts and pieces laying around.
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Redwood Mountain Retreat

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres · Scotts Valley, CA
This location is a private home, turned retreat center in the Santa Cruz Mountains. We are cradled by Mother Nature, in the middle of a Redwood forest, with fresh air and California sun, work together to create an environment that will insulate you from the chaos of today’s hectic lifestyles. Besides camping or overnight stays, we offer retreats to soothe your weary soul. The rooms for rent are part of the home, where I live. We will be sharing space. I have two dogs that live on the property - a British Labrador and a Goldendoodle. Please do not book if you don't like dogs. They are the sweetest dogs you'll meet. They serve to exuberantly welcome you, as well as guard, protect and warn me about unruly UPS drivers and the very scary turkeys that roam the mountains. This property is proudly woman-owned and operated. I love hosting women travelers and have built my tent sites, rooms, cabins, retreats and experiences to cater to women. That is to say, women want a little more comfort, a little more care, a little more thoughtfulness and little more bougie. If that's what you're looking for, this is it! Of course I welcome men too. In fact, there are quite a few men’s’ retreats hosted here. All will be comforted with the smells of the redwoods outside and the smells of fresh baked bread, inside. Come and join me for a night in the woods. Welcome to your Redwood Mountain Retreat, ~Daisy
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Audrey Edna Cabin at Alpine Ranch

1 site · Lodging350 acres · Loma Mar, CA
Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) protects open space on the Peninsula and in the South Bay for the benefit of all. Situated on top of a ridge with expansive redwood forest and coastal views, the Audrey Edna Cabin provides a completely private gathering place and destination for visitors with reservations. The cabin has spectacular views of forest, sky, ocean and the Butano ridgeline. It's a short hike to 8000+ acres of county parkland where you can hike, bike and ride horses (though please note, there are no facilities for horse boarding at the cabin.) The cabin is located at Alpine Ranch, a property adjacent to Sam McDonald County Park that was protected by Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST).  Whether you are looking for an active experience or just want to relax in a peaceful, remote setting, there's something here for everyone. This is a rustic hike-in cabin designed for a introductory pack-in experience. Bedding is not provided. It is about a 1.7-mile hike on a rolling dirt road from the Sam McDonald County Park parking lot, with about 650 feet of elevation gain. Most hikers can reach the cabin in an hour or less. Guests should plan to arrive at least 2 hours before sunset, and pack water and flashlights or headlamps. Guests with limited mobility, please contact us for information regarding accommodations that will allow you to access this shared resource. *A note about reservation availability: On the weekends, POST offers priority reservations for the cabin to our partners at the San Mateo County Health Department and Park Rx to provide patients with equitable access to the benefits of nature. Occasionally, we have last-minute public weekend reservation availability due to cancellations. The cabin is reservable up to 3 months in advance, on a rolling basis. Love the idea of a hike-in cabin, but unable to visit us Sunday-Thursday? Check out the nearby Sierra Club Hiker's Hut in Sam McDonald County Park.  Property History: At one time, the ridge of the Santa Cruz Mountains was a thriving center for trade between tribes of the coast and the bay, which we still find evidence of today in cultural sites and artifacts throughout the region. Native people have cared for this land since time immemorial, including the local Muwekma and Ramaytush Ohlone who are still active in the area today. This property specifically is host to a tributary to one of just a handful of waterways that support salmonids in this region, which are a species of tremendous importance to native people. Over 1000 acres here were eventually purchased by entrepreneur Ridgeway Rowley, who built a home on the ranch in the 1880s as part of an unsuccessful wedding proposal to Fannie Page, daughter of a local mill owner (ever heard of Page Mill Road?) After being rejected by Fannie, Rowley operated the ranch for a decade in conjunction with his work as District Attorney and publisher of the Palo Alto Weekly, before eventually returning to his hometown of Cortland, NY, where he lived as a bachelor until his death. Over the course of the 20th century, the ranch was divided, some parts of which became Pescadero Creek County Park. POST purchased the 350 acre home property, now called Alpine Ranch, in 2012 through our Heart of the Redwoods campaign, an initiative to protect 20,000 acres of Redwoods in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Alpine Ranch borders Pescadero Creek County Park and Sam McDonald County Park, adding to the area’s protected open space and containing more than a mile of tributaries to Pescadero Creek, which flows year-round and is a major spawning stream for steelhead trout. The Audrey Edna Cabin at Alpine Ranch is situated at one of the property's most scenic overlooks. The cabin was built in the early 1900's, and completely reconstructed up to modern building codes by POST in 2018 so that all could enjoy this special place.
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Birdhouse In A Forest

1 site · Lodging12 acres · Forest Knolls, CA
a small ecovillage at cul-de -sac forested yet sunny hillside, several cabins near each other at different levels on hillside, bordering forest immersion steep forest with small creek 15 minutes east bohemian village Fairfax, 15 minutes west Pt Reyes national seashore. We are within 30 min from bay and ocean beaches and surrounded by redwood state parks and many recreational areas with different landscapes /ecosystems Lots of mountain bike trail access very close . Swim in Tomales Bay 30 min, swimming hole creek 5 min
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Camp Jaron

1 site · Lodging19 acres · CA
Completely private 19 acres to explore while only being 10 min from downtown Los Gatos (FYI has great cell reception). We have a small cabin that has a mattress that sleeps 2 and a futon below for 1. Also plenty of flat empty land to pitch tents. There is a compost toilet and an outdoor shower with running hot water. There is plenty of room to explore, half of the property is pretty dense wilderness but the main half has hammocks, slack line, fire pit, bbq, tables, etc. *FYI due to the steep driveway (see pic) the property is only accessible by AWD or 4-wheel drive SUV or truck; cars, vans, or RVs will not be able to make it (if you are not sure please ask before booking).
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Redwoods Mountain Getaway

2 sites · Lodging2 acres · Ben Lomond, CA
Our property sits on 2 acres of pristine mix of redwoods, madrone, and oak trees. Amazing valley views, gate access from yard to hiking trails, and very quiet at night. Neighborhood overview Felton/Santa Cruz is full of things to do:The Roaring Camp & Big Trees Narrow Gauge Railroad is a 3 ft narrow-gauge tourist railroad.Henry Cowell State Park, most famous for the 40-acre grove of towering old-growth redwood trees.Mystery Spot: Experience gravity-defying demonstrations on the short but steep uphill walk.Garden of Eden: Secret swimming hole with lots of fun boulders to jump off and swim around. We will fill you in on how to get there.Cruise on bikes down West Cliff DriveHang out at beach and relax..And of course, world famous surfing in Santa Cruz. We have a two-night minimum on weekends.
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Lucky Annex

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Kenwood, CA
Drive down a beautiful, one lane country road and feel a world away. Yet, you are in the heart of the wine country - just 20 minutes from downtown Sonoma, 15 minutes from Glen Ellen and 5 minutes from the town of Kenwood.Great wineries and restaurants abound in this very special area.The property is several acres with an abundant garden and fruit trees.We live on the property and are available should you need recommendations. Note we do have chickens and a dog on property.
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Santa Cruz's Rudy Ranch

10 sites · Lodging8 acres · Boulder Creek, CA
Are you looking for a serene getaway surrounded by the majestic redwoods of the Santa Cruz Mountains? Our rental is perfect for adults seeking tranquility in a peaceful setting. Our peaceful eight-acre parcel is 13 miles from Santa Cruz, CA, and within walking distance of downtown Boulder Creek. While we enjoy the liveliness of children, we've decided to host mature guests in our quiet neighborhood for a restful retreat. Before booking, please review all the information we provide to avoid any confusion upon your arrival. Have a fantastic time at our place, whether you're Gen X or Z, we dig all Hippies! Pool area officially opens May 27th!
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Boutique cabins in the Redwoods

2 sites · Lodging48 acres · Ben Lomond, CA
Beautiful property nested amongst towering redwoods, with a year round creek, 2.5 miles from downtown Ben Lomond with a grocery store, yoga studio, restaurants, and a coffeeshop for a delicious breakfast. For the cycling enthusiasts there are many world class trails / rides in the area for every type of riding. (I.e. road, gravel and mountainbike)
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Persephone's Cabin

2 sites · Lodging2 acres · Ben Lomond, CA
🌲 Enchanted Off-Grid Cabin Nestled Among Majestic Redwoods 🌲 Welcome to your very own slice of fairy tale living in this charming one-bedroom rustic cabin, surrounded by the towering beauty of redwoods. This off-grid gem is a unique sanctuary of old world natural wonder, offering a true escape from the hustle and bustle of the everyday world. 🏡 Property Features: 🌲 Rustic Charm: As you approach this cabin, you'll feel like you've stumbled upon a gnome's hideaway. The weathered wooden exterior, nestled in the midst of the forest, exudes a magical aura that transports you to another world. 🌟 Skylights: The cabin boasts skylights that let in the dappled sunlight during the day and provide a breathtaking view of the starry night sky between the trees. Fall asleep under a canopy of trees and stars, and wake up to the gentle glow of dawn. 💧 Natural Spring Water: Experience the purity of nature with water sourced from a natural spring on the property. You can quench your thirst with some of the freshest, purest water on the planet. 🛋️ Furnished: This cozy cabin comes fully furnished, ensuring your stay is comfortable and hassle-free. The living area is a snug retreat, complete with a wood-burning stove for warmth on chilly nights. The bedroom is perfect for a restful night's sleep, and the kitchen has everything you need to prepare delicious meals. 🍃 Outdoor Paradise: Step outside, and you'll find yourself in a lush paradise. At the nearby Quaker Center, explore the surrounding forest, wander among the towering redwoods, or simply relax on the cabin's porch while you listen to the serene sounds of nature. 🌳 Location: This cabin is located in a secluded spot, yet it's conveniently close to nature trails, hiking, Santa Cruz beaches and surfing, and outdoor adventures in the heart of the redwood forest. Revel in the peace and tranquility of the great outdoors while being just a short drive away from all the amenities you might need. This one-bedroom rustic cabin is perfect for nature lovers, artists, or anyone seeking a serene escape from the modern world. Come experience the magic of this gnome-like dwelling and create your own fairy tale in the midst of the redwoods. Enjoy the outdoor shower with hot and cold water. Note- there is no Wifi and cell reception is limited. AT&T works best. Don't miss your chance to call this unique, off-grid cabin your temporary home. Contact us today to schedule a viewing and immerse yourself in the enchanting beauty of the redwoods. Your fairy tale awaits! 🌿🏡🌳 *** Note- Owner lives on-site in lower cabin. Shared stairwell to the road, outhouse and shower (outdoor).
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Swallowtail Historic Art Studio

4 sites · Lodging2 acres · Petaluma, CA
Antique Indonesian teakwood cottage, private deck with hot tub and very special, large, artistic bathroom/sitting room, private for cottage guests only.. Beautifully rural, yet just 6 minutes from historic downtown Petaluma and fine restaurants and shops. A short trip to the Pacific coast and the fabulous Pt. Reyes National Seashore, Tomales and Bodega Bays and towns, excellent vineyards and breweries, and San Francisco! WE FOLLOW THE CLEANING AND DISINFECTING GUIDELINES ISSUED BY AIRBNB.The spaceThe antique Indonesian cottage is made of beautifully hand carved and hand colored teak wood, and is quiet, cozy and romantic with lovely views. It abuts a large private deck and hot tub. Just a few steps across the deck is the very large, luxurious, art filled, centrally heated private bathroom and sitting area. The cottage itself is unheated although there is a premium electric mattress pad with separate controls on the California King bed. That and the hot tub make for cozy sleeping on chilly winter nightsGuest accessAside from the private deck, hot tub and bathroom/sitting room (with 6' tub and shower), guests can access 2.5 peaceful acres, woods and fields and Helen Putnam Regional Park one mile down the road for spectacular hiking.Other things to noteIn the 1970's this property was Swallowtail Studios, a famous glass blowers cooperative. The Grateful Dead played in the barn and hung out here...their manager lived just down the road. The barn is redwood, quite large and beautiful, with stained glass windows."
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Tea House At Hawaiian Cultural Ctr

2 sites · Lodging2 acres · Napa, CA
Discover the tranquility of Napa Valley on this secluded two-acre property, nestled amidst the splendor of surrounding mountains, two creeks (which may dry up during summer), and a variety of Oak, Bay, and Buckeye trees, along with wild grapevines. Just a brief 10-minute drive leads to renowned wineries and shopping, while downtown Napa is a mere 20 minutes away. This unique property serves as both a private residence and a Hawaiian Cultural Center, where cultural classes are regularly conducted on weekends. The charming tea house, acting as a cozy mini cabin, comfortably accommodates two guests with its two single fold-out beds. Featuring a small "kitchenette" equipped with a mini fridge and single induction electrical stove, as well as a private lanai (deck) boasting seating for two, the tea house offers a serene retreat. Rest assured, the tea house is equipped with electricity and WiFi, ensuring a comfortable stay amidst the tranquil ambiance of this idyllic sanctuary.
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If you're looking for a cabin camping experience in a forest near Oakland, California, Hipcamp offers over 290 options to choose from. Among the top-rated campsites are The Enchanted Forest Retreat (743 reviews), Windsor Family Farm (404 reviews), and Cosumnes River Ranch (382 reviews). With popular amenities such as trash, toilets, and showers, and activities like hiking, fishing, and off-roading (OHV), there's something for everyone. The average price per night is $169, but there are options as low as $36.

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