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Glynraven Gardens

8 sites · Lodging, Tents100 acres · Hopland, CA
This is a fully operational legal cannabis farm in the mountains of Mendocino County, overlooking beautiful wine country. There are 5 full time residents living and caring for the farm that also includes an organic fruit orchard and veggie garden. The owner, Antler bought the property 18 years ago, and has lived full time her for 10 years. Antler has a vision for this communal farm to be a place for artists and others to come and create freely. As you explore this property you will see where his vision has come into play with many artists leaving their mark on this beautiful land in many forms. If you're looking to be inspired and get away from the usual and mundane... then this is the place to come. Many people have said this land holds some kind of special magic and there isn't anything like it. Antler is always excited to share the story of this land, so feel free to ask questions when you see him around!
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Thanktuary Retreat RV-Tent Site

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres · Gualala, CA
Learn more about this land: The winds whisper through the redwood trees and provide respite from the hot sun. Here on the ridge above Gualala, lies nestled a lovely and serene campground called Thanktuary Retreat. Skunks, jackrabbits, deer, foxes and very rarely a mountain lion or bear can be found on our 5 acres of forested land. There is a fishpond with water lilies, mini golf course and pétanque court (both with equipment in a useful shed close by), a horse shoe ring and beautiful, natural secluded spots in the redwoods perfect for meditation and vision questing. Huckleberry bushes and ferns grow abundantly. The place lends itself to self-reflection and introspection. There is space for 1 RV with a patio table and chairs and some sun loungers. There are also 2 tent sites available on the property, located in one large area, further away from the RV sites. Barely 7 minutes away is downtown Gualala, with amenities such as 2 supermarkets, pharmacy, bakery, restaurants and more. There is a beautiful holistic gift store, The Sea Trader, Four Eyed Frog Bookstore, and some lovely art galleries in town.   Kayaking is available at the Gualala River. Hiking at Gualala Regional Park, the Bluff Trail, The Sea Ranch public access beaches, Stump Beach, Salt Point Park with a petrified forest, Bowling Ball Beach with its amazing natural formations (can only be seen fully at low tide of more than -0.2m), Manchester State Beach, Elk Beach, and more. Swimming at the Navarro River, and various bays. It is a place of incredible scenic beauty all along CA 1. Watch whales spouting during whale season. (Gray whales and orcas is December to May. For humpbacks, visit May through November, and for blue whales, the largest animal on Earth, plan your stay between July and October). Bower Park, just 0.5 miles away with a lovely lake, tennis courts, a baseball field, a basketball court, and two separate playgrounds. Play disc golf or hike along the nature trail/fitness course. Anchor Bay is 5 miles up CA 1, with a supermarket, a few cafes, restaurants (including a great Thai place!) laundromat, hair salon, and more. The quaint town of Point Arena is 12 miles north, with a supermarket, Frannie's Cup And Saucer, The Bird Cafe, a beautiful historic lighthouse, a theater, a pier, a mini-safari park (B Bryan Preserve with zebras, giraffes and more. Tours need to be booked in advance). Also visit Roots, a natural pharmacy for herbs, teas and supplements.  There are also spots like Occidental, Bodega Bay, Jenner (with the Russian River to kayak and swim) and Timber Cove, all on the way to Gualala from the south. Bodega Bay has lovely spots to eat, with clam chowder, fish and chips. Enjoy wind and water sports, and walk on the pier.
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Bliss Mountain

9 sites · Lodging40 acres · Middletown, CA
This is country living at its best! We live in the main house at the top of the hill and we look forward to sharing the magic of Bliss Mountain aka Jerusalem Ranch with our guests. We are 20 minutes from Harbin Hot Springs or Clearlake resort area. Our listings range from a Country Home,Bliss Mountain Studio apt to Teepee and Trailer. Read each description for information on amenities. An optional workshop/performance space and additional lodging is available on the property for larger groups – including 2600 ft Country Home and Bliss Mountain Studio Apt. Perfect for a family reunion, destination wedding, filming your YouTube video with spectacular scenery, a personal healing journey or yoga/meditation workshop/retreat. It’s also wonderful for getting creative, focused artistic or creative projects done . The Tepee is also an inspiring place to record or play music. Many vocalists, performers, sound healers and painters have been inspired to create magic here. Hike our trails scattered with sparkling Lake County “diamonds” – explore an old vineyard, mossy oak forest and sweeping views of Hidden Valley Lake, snow capped mountains and the mysterious, mystical dormant volcano Mt. Konocti. We invite all guest to visit The Bliss Mountain Temple. The Temple space is a world of its own. It has clouds painted on all the walls and ceiling and is home to an amazing art Gallery that feature the works of Karma Moffet the famous Marin County Area Artist and others. Karma is also a life Musician well known for Healing Sound Journey Sessions. Optional Offerings and events that can be arranged in the Temple are: Therapeutic Sound Journeys, musical performances with Karma, Taressa Bell, Halle Blessing and other artist. Also: Dance Gatherings, Yoga Sessions, Creative Art Sessions,receptions etc.
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Coastal Ridge Cabin

3 sites · Lodging20 acres · CA
A secluded, private, ridgetop cabin homestead hand-built with all salvaged, recycled & harvested materials. Simple and rustic; yet comfortable with all amenities. This land is "outdoor oriented" meaning outside shower, bathtub, pizza oven, bbq, sauna, laundry room, yardsports, etc. Foraging for huckleberries and wild mushrooms encouraged. Great opportunites for all ocean and river activities. Canines Welcome.
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Navarro Ridge Retreat

1 site · Lodging5 acres · Albion, CA
Welcome to your escape on Navarro Ridge, your problems will dissipate. We offer you 2 redwood cabins in the woods, full of modern amenities with the feelings of yesteryear. Choose your own adventure! Mendocino's Coastline is not to be missed. The main house features 4 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms that comfortably sleep 8. If you want more privacy, 0ur Second cabin is just down the road and can comfortably sleep an additional 4 people. The Kitchen is a chef's dream.
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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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Bottle Rock Ranch

1 site · Lodging150 acres · Kelseyville, CA
Enjoy peace, privacy and views at this expansive and very private 150 acre ranch nestled between rolling hills and a lovely small lake. Alpacas roam the property. Perfect for family reunions, off-sites, and other small events, or a simple country getaway. Hiking + Mountain Bike Trails on Property. Located in gorgeous rural wine country. Minutes from The Mercantile, Boatique, Cache Creek, and Loujour Estate Wineries. 45 min to Calistoga. 35 minutes to Harbin Hot Springs for yoga, massages, hiking and naturally fed hot spring pools Remodeled main house with 3 bedrooms/2 bathrooms and gigantic wrap around deck 2 additional "Glamping Barn Suites" with Queen Beds and Remodeled Bathrooms with Showers 3 Grills Outdoor Tables and Chairs Trampoline Basketball Hoop Expansive Deck with stunning views Hot Tub
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Moonlight Creek Ranch

1 site · Lodging541 acres · Willits, CA
Cozy cabin surrounded by over 500 acres of forest. Property boasts a spring feed pond as well as a section of the outlet creek. The property is great for hiking, wildlife watching, fishing, camping and more. The 1500 sq foot cabin has a cozy fireplace, two bedrooms and two bathrooms, (master bath has an atrium), running spring water, washer dryer and dishwasher.
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Glamping near Redwood Valley with hot tubs guide

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If you're looking for a camping experience near Redwood Valley, California and want to indulge in glamping with a hot tub, Hipcamp has over 230 options to choose from. Top-rated campsites include Mendocino Magic (410 reviews), Swallowtail Historic Art Studio (252 reviews), and Glamping in the Redwoods 🐶🐕💃🕺🏼 (199 reviews). Average price per night is $97, with options as low as $30. Popular amenities include cooking equipment, trash, and showers, while popular activities include surfing, paddling, and climbing.

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