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Camp Noyo

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· Willits, Mendocino, California
40 acres hosted by Savanah H.
1 lodging site · 10 tent sites
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Established in 2012. Camp Noyo was first developed as a logging camp for the Union Lumber Company in 1907. Originally called "Camp Four," it was the fourth camp established by the lumber company as they progressed east from Fort Bragg along the current route of the California Western Railroad. In 1933, the Union Lumber Company donated the property to the Boy Scouts of America. The Boy Scouts began using the site in the summer 1934 and continue to use the property for several weeks every summer. In 2012, Allan Hemphill, his son Brian, and a small group of family friends purchased the property from the Boy Scouts. The Hemphill family has been care taking Camp Noyo for over 60 years. We decieded to open the property to the public in 2015 for camping in the summer.
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107 ratings · 48 reviews
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Eva G.recommends
July 5, 2024
Grove
beautiful, peaceful place, really liked and appreciated Lynn the host, and am so grateful that we found a spot that was completely peaceful on July 4th. planning to be back
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Ted K.recommends
July 5, 2024
Irmulco
The hospitality and location were amazing, so many little touches in camp. Truly one of the best camping (glamping) experiences I’ve ever had. Thank you!
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Justine F.recommends
June 24, 2024
Glen Blair
Luxury camping, Adventurous Journey
We ABSOLUTELY LOVED this place! 3 things to call out before writing the rest of my review: 1. You will be driving on a bumpy dirt road for 10 miles at 10-15MPH (aka for almost an hour), plan accordingly 2. You will be HAULING your belongings and food across a narrow bridge, pack light with easy to carry handles. 3. You will NOT escape mosquito bites Once we set up camp and drank some water and had a snack. We were happy as could be! The camp comes with a massive camp stove, utensils, propane lantern, potable water, flushing toilets and showers that you fuel with wood! It was a "luxurious" camping experience to say the least. Our site (Glen Blair) was fairly private and we were able to fit 7 tents due to a few miscommunications in logistics. It had plenty of shade, and I loved having basically unlimited firewood to light campfires to keep mosquitoes at bay. The beach is great with benches to sit and a dock to swim to/float and even kayaks and canoes to canoe around the lake. I wish we did more hiking/exploring of the area. I loved this campsite and we're already planning our next trip back.
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Shane S.recommends
June 20, 2024
Grove
This place is paradise. Everything aspect of the experience reminded me of summer camp. The host Lynn is an angel. She gave us background on the camp, told us where to go hiking, and had great energy. The seclusion of the camp makes it special. Can’t recommend enough
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T R.recommends
June 16, 2024
Clare Mill
Camp Noyo
Hidden gem. Beautiful land. Gorgeous river. Attentive and wonderfully kind camp host. Lots of luxuries: potable water, flushing toilets, cookware, canoes, kayaks and sup boards. We loved it!
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Tiffany A.recommends
June 4, 2024
Glen Blair
Off Grid CAMPING
I hate to leave this comment because I fear too many ppl with visit and ruin a great thing :/ AWESOME GEM!!! If you have car nausea I recommend taking Dramamine ha :) The closer you get to this remote destination the more twisted the road becomes. KEEP GOING! Camp Master- Lynn, simply delightful. When I first read “camp master” I thought Dateline lol. Lynn is the BEST she tries to remember everyone’s name and is eager to help replace any items at your camp that need replacing or just lend a helping hand. Thank you, Lynn. LYNN FOR PRESIDENT 😉 The bridge - PACK LIGHT! Thankfully I brought a tow strap or my tent would have been in the river. The bridge starts off level and nice, but at the end it’s a steep incline so hold on to your gear tight and wear shoes with traction. Campsite - Glenn Blair. Plenty of space for our large group of 10 ppl with 2 big tents one small and plenty of space for another tent, if needed. Location- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Disconnect, look up, look down, and feel the nature surrounding you. No signal, off grid camping. With a HUGE bonus, flushing toilets and cold/luke warm/ hot showers heated by a wood burning stove. Oh and free fire wood. Come on!! We are definitely going to visit again. Maybe after the dam is up! That means soon
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Willits, Mendocino, California, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Northern Pomo First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
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Hosted by Savanah H.

Joined in June 2019
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