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Wild Horizon Farm

· Lake Hughes, Los Angeles, California
20 acres hosted by Thea C.
2 RV/tent sites
The property is about as remote as you can imagine. It is bordered on all sides by empty land lots. The nearest house is over 1/2 a mile. The property is at the top of the mountain. 360 views!! Down to desert, across to Tehachapi, and over the community of Lake Hughes. It’s spectacular, the space and peace is breathtaking. Many local people have said it’s the best views in the whole area. At certain times of year the mountains are snow capped. We are at 3800 feet, so there is snow at times in winter. The property is a working horse ranch, and small holding. We share the space with pigs, goats, Abigail the donkey, chickens, and horses. You are welcome to visit with them. There is lots of meadow area to camp!!!Pitch your tent or park your van, on any of our available meadow area. You will have lots of space and privacy. Although there is no water hook up, there is water available to carry by the horse barn.  The terrain is rough, hillside, although there are flatter parts. Endless trails to explore. Lake Hughes has a wolf sanctuary, ostrich sanctuary, the pacific crest trail, The Rock Inn, Castaic lake, and Pyramid lake for swimming are not too far. This is area is big for dirt bikes, and off roading too. You will need to get detailed instructions on how to find. Maps are wrong. Please make contact for directions. 5 to 10mph speed limit on property. This is very strict! Dogs are loose, donkeys, horses etc. Please do not put their safety at risk! Please do not try to arrive the first time after dark- it’s too difficult to find in the dark! This is a very self sufficient listing. I am not always available to guide you on where to pitch or how to find it. Probably best suited to the intrepid types, rather than anyone needing a lot of assistance. 🙏🙏🙏
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8 ratings · 6 reviews
Paige C.
September 29, 2023
Wild Horizon Farm Campground
Access by AWD or 4x4, No trailers
Most importantly, people need to know this place is accessible only by a very long, steep, uneven, tilted, narrow dirt mountain road with washouts. No turn-arounds. This is not for a large RV, pull trailer or top-heavy vehicle. It requires AWD or 4x4 and very slow driving. We made it up after a nerve-racking experience driving our camper truck (F350 4x4 with camper on truckbed). Not faint of heart as Veteran and farm owner/manager, we were nervous of the rollover risk. We are very concerned about other people accessing this site and their safety. With the access safety issue aside, it is essential to request detailed directions whether you arrive day or night. Other than that, the mountain-top site is absolutely gorgeous, well-kept and maintained. We highly recommend for car/tent camping for this site. A gem of a location! Just only go there if you have AWD or 4x4 and not pulling a trailer.
Ashlyn M.recommends
August 6, 2023
Wild Horizon Farm Campground
Great views and private location. Make sure you get directions ahead of time. I did not, but the host was still very responsive at the relatively late hour I arrived. It was very windy, so I opted for car camping instead of tent camping, which wasn’t a problem.
Agnes M.doesn't recommend
April 9, 2023
Wild Horizon Farm Campground
I never got to stay. I never received proper directions. We saw the number of the address but apparently it was not the right place. I had asked for exact address but she never sent it..I'm glad I didn't spend a lot of money. After we couldn't find it we left and found some where else to camp.
Brett P.recommends
April 7, 2023
Wild Horizon Farm Campground
Love this place! Love the horses! Will be coming back!
Sarah B.recommends
April 3, 2023
Wild Horizon Farm Campground
Thea's land was peaceful and beautiful. The camping field overlooks the poppy fields and you can see the mountains along the horizon. Definitely recommend it as a pretty accessible camping location.
Kathleen L.recommends
March 21, 2023
Wild Horizon Farm Campground
The farm was quiet, private, and beautiful! There is a lot of space for other campers if there are others there during your stay. Thea and her crew were all very friendly, including the animals! Make sure you have her written directions, because as it is noted google will lead you astray.
Lake Hughes, Los Angeles, California, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Yuhaaviatam/Maarenga’yam (Serrano) and Fernandeño Tataviam First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Thea C.Joined in July 2022
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