Waterfall camping near Point Reyes Station

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Sugarloaf Ridge State Park Glamping

7 sites · Lodging4750 acres · Kenwood, CA
We have four 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 $150 per night on weekends (Fri and Sat) and $125 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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Wild Canyon Ranch CA

1 site · RV, Tent156 acres · Calistoga, CA
Nestled in Calistoga on the western flank of Mt. Saint Helena, Wild Canyon Ranch's 156 acres encompasses some of the most diverse land in the state. Pastures, ponds, waterfalls, swimming holes, hiking and more leaves everybody who visits wanting a trip extension. Hang out with our farm animals, or take a tour of the Dye Flower garden all while listening to the streams and waterfalls nearby. Our property has a capacity of 1-30 guests providing campsites and parking. Additional items for larger groups may be required(i.e portable toilets, garbage cans, etc) The scenic mountain road is a short distance from Calistoga, CA with groceries and many offsite activities within 20 minutes of the ranch, though we doubt you will want to leave! We have miles of developed hiking trails of all skill levels. A bath house has been built for our guests as well which incorporates a shower room, toilet room, with a covered indoor/outdoor kitchen area with a sink. Come get your recharge at Wild Canyon Ranch CA. We look forward to having you.
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A California Dream: Camp Hoppy

1 site · Tent3 acres · Cazadero, CA
Enjoy Redwoods, a crystal clear creek, giant boulders, ferns, blackberries, fruit trees, an outdoor shower, multiple hammocks, a mini zip line and much more! The camp is situated in the Russian River Valley between the jaw dropping Pacific coast, the Russian river for canoeing and tubing and many vineyards and wine tasting. Immerse yourself in California's beauty at this magical glampsite. You can camp where you like on the property including either of the two decks. The first deck is a approx. 11x 9 structure covered with a canvas tent. The second structure is about 12 x 12 enclosed yurt, closer to the creek.
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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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Waterfall camping near Point Reyes Station guide

Overview

The old railway town of Point Reyes Station is more than just a cool stop north of San Francisco. It serves as the gateway to Point Reyes National Seashore—a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts in Northern California. Craggy ridges, foggy meadows, and sandy beaches all meet in this unique coastal landscape.

The park itself boasts a jaw-dropping 150 miles of hiking trails, 80 miles of shoreline, and several quiet bays for kayaking. You might even spot elephant seals sunning themselves in the spring and winter. Keep an eye out for herds of Tule elk near Tomales Point if you're camping in the fall.

Keep in mind there are no developed campgrounds in this national park. On the other hand, the secluded hike-in and boat-in camps deliver an unmatched wilderness experience. The hikes range from 1.8 to 6.3 miles, all starting from trailheads at the Bear Valley Visitor Center.

Sky Camp is nestled on the hillside of Mt. Whittenberg, featuring single and group sites. Meanwhile, Wildcat Camp (horses welcome) is just a short walk from photo-worthy Alamere Falls. If you want to camp in a Redwood Valley, Glen Camp is your go-to spot.

Looking to sleep near the ocean? Coast Camp is steps away from remote beaches and tide pools. Camping on Tomales Bay is boat-in only, and the rustic sites are strictly pack-in, pack-out. Pro tip: all camps require a reservation, and they're wildly popular. Secure your spot well in advance to beat the rush.

For a more laid-back camping experience, a number of private campgrounds near Point Reyes Station offer tent and RV camping. you can also check out the state parks in West Marin, including Samuel P. Taylor State Park.

Like other spots on the California coastline, Point Reyes has great camping weather year round. Bring a windbreaker for unexpected foggy spells, and pack sturdy hiking shoes for the rugged terrain. If you're beach camping, keep your eyes on the tide—you don't want your gear getting swept away.

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