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Wild Plumas Glamping
120 reviews
· Greenville, California
50 acres
5 sites
4 Lodging
1 RV/Tent
Wild Plumas offers four glamping sites on our family's private 50-acre property in the heart of the Lost Sierra. The camps are completely private (each one has 3+acres) and offer a large canvas tent, comfortable bed/bedding, outdoor kitchen area, hot showers, and more (check the listings for details). We are located one hour from the Mount Lassen Volcanic National Park, and minutes from swimming holes, lakes, and a million acres of National Forest- or simply stay at the property and enjoy the on-site hiking trails, free loaner bikes, treehouse, zip line, and kid's ninja warrior course. The campsites are also just a few steps from swimming holes along the creek that runs throughout. Pets and children are welcome. Please note: Our community was severely affected by the Dixie Fire. Although you can't tell from within our property, the nearby area was heavily burnt, as well as the nearby town of Greenville. During your stay, you may hear the sounds of Greenville as the town rebuilds (1.5 miles away) and you may incur brief driving delays on your way here. When you arrive at Wild Plumas- an oasis of green within the black- you will see what a miracle it is that we survived! We thank you for your patience, and for your support of our small business during this time. Wild Plumas consists of four sites total, each with their own personality. Each site accommodates between two-four people and additional adults are $10/night. There is no charge for children. Site #1, The Wild Rose Bell Tent. This is our most popular site. Includes a queen-size bed and bedding inside our 20' diameter glamping tent (plenty of room for extra tents outside). Outdoors is a large covered kitchen area and picnic table, BBQ, propane firepit (propane provided), and an on-demand hot water shower, treehouse, and zip line. This site is easy to get to and is the best for larger groups, and it offers wonderful views of the property meadows and Sierra Nevada Mountains. It's a five-minute walk to the creek and private swimming hole. Site #2: This Wolf Creek Adventure Site. The Wolf Creek site overlooks the creek and offers a tall wall tent (with a queen-size bed and bedding), picnic table, BBQ, propane firepit (propane provided), and beach. If you are traveling with very small children, or adults with physical limitations, we recommend Site #1 (Wild Rose Bell Tent) over the Wolf Creek Creek Camp, as the creek camp is more difficult to access (up a flight of stairs). This site has incredible views of the creek and Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. Site #3: The Sugar Pine Bluff: The most private camp we offer. This site consists of an 18" glamping tent with spectacular views of the mountains and creek. Inside is a queen and double bed, outside is a picnic table, propane fire pit (five pounds of propane is provided (i.e. about five hours of fire time, with more propane available for purchase with the camp hosts), BBQ, and porta potty (potties are cleaned between guests but only completely emptied on Tuesdays. If you would like a brand new toilet we can arrange that for an additional fee- please note that the walk to the porta-potty at this site is a 5-minute walk and down a steep staircase). A short walk away (at the owner's cabin) is an on-demand (hot) outdoor shower that you are welcome to use. It is a 30-second walk to the creek and your private swimming hole. NOTE: This site is up on a bluff and requires a short walk up steep stairs from the car. There is also a large dropoff to the creek, so not recommended for families with toddlers. Site #4: The Lost Sierra Camp, our largest and most accessible camp. This is a very large flat site similar to the Wild Rose, with big trees and soft grassy areas, plus a fantastic view of the mountains. This site offers a queen-sized bed, picnic table, propane firepit, private hot outdoor shower, and plenty of room for bigger tents. Easy pull-right-up parking. Site #5: The Cottonwood Grove, large, flat, and with pull-right-up access. This is a very large flat site similar to the Wild Rose and Lost Sierra, with big trees and soft grassy areas, plus a fantastic view of the mountains. This site offers a king-sized bed, picnic table, propane firepit, private hot outdoor shower (a 5-min walk away), and plenty of room for bigger tents. All sites have unlimited drinking water (the Wild Rose and the Lost Sierra Camp have their own spigot, the Creek and Bluff camps have water delivered), and none of the sites have electricity (except the Lost Sierra site), wifi, or hook-ups (cell phone coverage is good). All sites are extremely private. Not sure your plans? We get it! If you need to postpone your reservation, we allow✨no-fee✨re-booking (with at least a 72-hour notice of your reservation).
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Greenville, California, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Josie L.Joined in May 2018
169 ratings · 120 reviews
Christy D.recommends
September 25, 2022
The Wild Rose: Site #1
We love the space and privacy of our site. There is lots to keep busy on site!
Ouida L.recommends
September 6, 2022
Cottonwood Grove, Site #5
Pros: Beautiful location, feels remote but also close to Greenville with a large grocery store in case you run out of anything. Cottonwood site in particular is off to the side and feels very private. The kids were able to run around and feel safe. We arrived on Thursday night and did not see anyone until Saturday morning. Very quiet at night as well. We had a nice time sitting by the propane firepit and gazing at the stars. Little creek is very nice to splash around. The water is clear and cool. The host also provided very nice amenities! The drinking water cooler is a lifesaver on our trip! The tent is spacious, and the mattress is extremely comfortable. We did not make use of the showers but nice to know that we have options! We also really appreciate the shades and hammocks at the campsite, as well as an umbrella and chairs at the creek side. Con: The only downside personally is a porta-potty. I wish there was an actual bathroom. It just takes away from the "glamping" experience. Tips: I would avoid using HWY 70. It's a beautiful road but a lot of constructions and a lot of turns. We took HWY 36 back via 89, and it was so much faster.
Anant V.recommends
September 6, 2022
Wolf Creek Adventure: Site #2
Great for families
Its an amazing campground about an hour away from Lassen Volcanic National park. Lot of activities near and around the camp site to do! Our families (w kids) had a great time at the camp. Josie was super patient in answering all our questions leading up to the trip. Eric and Mary Kay was amazing hosts and ensure we absolutely had no issue what so ever. Highly recommend visiting WildPlumas!
Whitney J.recommends
August 28, 2022
Sugar Pine Camp: Site #3
We loved everything about the site and the the campground in general! There was tons of space to kick back and relax at the top of the hill and a easy hike down the hill to the creek. We enjoyed our stay very much and look forward to coming back, hopefully sometime soon! Thank you for sharing your little slice of paradise with us! The Jones Family
Rendi J.recommends
August 21, 2022
Sugar Pine Camp: Site #3
The best family camping trip!
We had the best time Glamping at wild plumas!! Josie, Dan and the camp hosts are so nice and they went above and beyond with all the little touches in the campground! I really appreciated the hot showers and the super comfy beds. My kids loved the hammocks and swings in our site. The creek and the swimming holes are so beautiful. The views from our campsite were incredible and so peaceful. We had such a great time that we are planning to make Wild Plumas an annual trip for us! Josie took the time to take my husband to some awesome dirt biking areas! Next time we go we want to spend more time checking out the area around the camp but this trip we stayed in camp and explored all over the camp ground. The whole place is beautiful!
Jessica B.recommends
August 17, 2022
Sugar Pine Camp: Site #3
I absolutely loved this site. It was so peaceful and secluded. We had wonderful shade and the creek was so close. The tent was very comfortable. And the propane fire pit was very easy and enjoyable. The kids loved the playground. We will definitely be returning.
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