Cabins near Potter Valley

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3 top wheelchair-accessible cabins sites near Potter Valley

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Heartwood Mendocino

9 sites · Lodging40 acres · Mendocino, CA
Our property is just minutes from Mendocino's beaches, parks and sweet town, yet private and quiet as it is surrounded by 50,000 acre state forest with world class hiking and biking trails directly accessed from our place.  Around the giant redwoods and meadows we have sprinkled in the most amazing little cabins and deluxe bath house. We have a great outdoor camp kitchen available for your use. This is a very special experience for us to share with you.  We are a family of campers. We agree, there's nothing better than a rest in a hammock following a hike and a river swim and a night under the stars without the constant dinging of cell and internet!  Guests love staying here: "Such a lovely getaway! Our family of four and little dog thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Heartwood. The cabins are great, with comfortable (warm) beds, very clean and cozy. It’s well worth the visit even in the winter! Really appreciated being outdoors surrounded by Redwoods, hiking the trails around the property, the modern bathrooms with hot showers, and the indoor sitting area to make coffee in the mornings. Our stay was relaxing, memorable and special!"
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Ravens Landing

15 sites · Lodging, Tents20 acres · Clearlake Oaks, CA
Come celebrate nature with us! Ravens Landing is a unique piece of property. We are an off-grid forever building artist community. Saddled in between two big mountains, it sits on top of a valley with breathtaking views. Ravens Landing burnt down in 2015 and since then, I and many friends and artists have been rebuilding using recycled lumber and various objects that survived the fires. Today I am so humbly proud to facilitate a space for artists, musicians, nature lovers, off the grid fanatics and more! We love being inspired and inspiring so please come for a visit and leave some of your own inspiration behind. Come explore the beautiful oak and manzanita forests. Relax and take in the fresh air. Spend quality time with our animals, drive off to the cold running creek, take a workshop or relax in a sound journey. This is our Home, so please visit with an open mind, open heart, and most of all Respect. Everyone is always welcome here. Please remember Kids are considered guests here so please include them when you reserve the number of people in your party. KID POLICY: **Must keep an eye on your children at all times. You are responsible for them! **Children must be comfortable and respectful around animals. We have a lot here, they are amazing and kid friendly. **Kids fill this space with their amazing energy so please make sure you account for them in your reservation. If your kids are walking they are considered little people and are charged at regular price. Please inform during booking there will be kids in your party, that way we can possibly reserve a site closer to amenities. MORE INFO: Please bring your own tent. All campers get all access to our hand built cob kitchen which and access to our epic dining hall deck. It’s a very sunny property so please bring a canopy for shade if you want it over your campsite. But remember to bring stakes, it can be windy here. There is limited water due to the drought. Here we make every drop count so please come with water conservation in mind. Also for big groups, we love celebrating but please please avoid bringing balloons, styrofoam, plastic banners, plastic cups, streamers or anything else that can blow away in the wind. We are off-grid with no amenities from the city so please be mindful of how much trash you’ll leave behind. If drinking alcoholic beverages we ask that campers take their empties. Ask for a bag if you need it. It’s always a journey finding the magical places so just a sweet heads up our mountain dirt road is a bit bumpy. Cars make it up all the time. Be sure to drive at a steady pace (lowest gear is good) on the way up and don’t stop till you see the Welcome sign! You will be greeted by one of our wonderful residents.... Or myself! ARRIVAL: We ask campers to arrive between 1pm at 8pm. If possible a general ETA helps as well. DOGS: We have an amazing dog with a wonderful disposition that roams freely here. You will be most definitely greeted at the entrance by Arco wearing a beautiful tuxedo. Arco will check in with you throughout your stay. *Please keep your dog on a leash at all times. Our animals roam freely. * WATER: Please bring your own Drinking Water. We do have potable water here as well. We have a shower for those staying more than one night. *We ask that people take _very_ efficient showers. Water is tremendously valuable here.*
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Bahler Glamping in Anderson Valley

9 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents80 acres · Boonville, CA
Jesse & Ali are havin' such a good time and are happy to share their amazing new life with you! To have a good time in the language of Boontling is to have a BAHL. We be bahlin' here in Anderson Valley and are stoked to share good times with all you bahlers out there. Look it up in YouTube as it's a hoot of a dialect dating back to the 1800's. This land is located on the Mason Dixon line between the towns of Boonville and Philo; boasts extraordinarily expansive views of Anderson Valley. Glampers can experience views of world-class vineyards, farmland and redwoods while hearing the flow of the river, just footsteps away. Indoor glamping and outdoor locations available. From Highway 101 North, follow signs to Cloverdale or Ukiah towards the town of Boonville. Either stay on Hwy 128 in Boonville and turn left across from Lichen Estates winery. Optional scenic route via Anderson Valley Way until it ends at a vineyard next to the Boonville Barn Collective. Slowly drive down the road between the pepper farm and vineyard. There are a few speed bumps and pot holes so take your time and please respect the 5 mile per hour speed limit. There is a narrow bridge over the Navarro River and a wooden sign that points towards Whittaker and 2 locked gates. Instant entry glamping site is to the right and VIP access is straight ahead with confirmed instructions via email.
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If you're looking for a wheelchair accessible camping experience near Potter Valley, California, Hipcamp has over 40 cabin options to choose from. Top campsites include Shanti Permaculture Farm (404 reviews), Heartwood Mendocino (147 reviews), and Ravens Landing (126 reviews). Average price per night is $60 with options as low as $60. Popular amenities include cooking equipment, trash, and showers, while popular activities include biking, horseback riding, and wind sports.

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