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Genesee Valley Farm & Retreat

· Taylorsville, Plumas, California
130 acres hosted by Leila L.
1 lodging site · 1 RV/tent site
Creature comforts
Enjoy the comforts of home at some sites—including flush toilets, showers, and a kitchen.
The goal for this ranch is to plant orchards, a farm, and oak trees.  The Beautiful Genesee Valley is voted "the Most desirable area to live in Plumas County". The valley boasts of cattle ranches, sweeping valleys lined by the Sierra Nevada Mountain range, and pristine meadows literally bursting with life.  This area, home to beautiful valleys and inspiring vistas is also rich with the history of the Maidu Indian, early American settlers, gold mining, ranching and logging. In fact, a drive along the highways linking Quincy to Indian Valley and Susanville will put you on the ancient trail through the land of the Mountain Maidu Indians, a trail, known to the Maidu people as the Worldmaker’s Trail.  Rural living and community, rich history and a natural wonderland make the Indian and Genesee Valley area a place to “come home”.
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4 ratings · 2 reviews
Mark G.recommends
August 8, 2021
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Leila is an amazing host. This campground is AWESOME!! It was clean, well laid out and private. Beautiful views of the trees and mountains all around us. It truly is a spiritual retreat. Leila drove me around to give me a tour which included the farm, fields and creek. She surprised us with some of her organic homegrown greens from her garden which was the best lettuce I have ever had. Farm to my tent in about 1 hour. I fed the baby goats and they were so much fun to hold and pet. There was wildlife Everywhere! I saw deer, turkeys, a fox and heard coyotes at nite. It is a wildlife sanctuary! I will Definitely be returning!
Susan A.recommends
July 21, 2021
Private Plumas Forest Farm Retreat
Leila was very welcoming and generous. She has set up a nice campground in a quiet and shaded place. There is running water and a sink as well as clean outhouses. When fire closed our intended campground at Bucks Lake we were glad to find Leila's place. The drive to Antelope Lake takes about 40 minutes.
Taylorsville, Plumas, California, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla and Mountain Maidu First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking

Hosted by Leila L.

Joined in November 2019
Response rate: 20%Response time: Within 22 hours
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