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Wild Thingz Eco Farm
50 reviews
· California
20 acres
1 site
1 RV/Tent
This secluded canyon in the mountain wilderness was once home to the Kawiiasu Indians. Oaks trees over 300 years old once served as a staple food source for them, and acorn grinding stones are found throughout the area. A cave is situated at the top of a nearby cliff where free range goats live at night, and venture down to the Eco Farm during the day. Wild Thingz Eco Farm was founded in 2017 from a vision of former Hollywood stuntwoman/actor, artist and massage therapist Sarah H. Brown. The motto is 'Wild Thingz Live Free' and it is a journey into building a life off grid, in harmony with nature and wildlife, while producing an abundance of food sources. Drawing from Native American knowledge and Permaculture/Organic/Regenerative practices, this is the beginning stages of building that dream on the 20 acres of land. The bottom portion of the property is the current camping area where large trees create shade and beauty. A dirt road passes by near the camping area, but usually only has 1 car a day travel through. Occasional free range cows will meander through the camping area, and are generally afraid of people. Up above is the communal area which is under construction. It has a 40 foot shipping container covered in art, a bicycle powered wash machine, a safe area for chimenaya fires, and magnificent views in the day or night. Classes and tours are available on a number of topics related to living and growing off grid, foraging wild foods, natural building with earth, making yucca baskets, composting and more.  Book a massage in the shade of the oak tree, do a yoga/stretching session in the woods, enjoy meandering through back country roads, or relax in the hammock. Be left alone or join Sarah for fires, classes, conversation or music. Nature is here to nurture and inspire you. Come home the the wild. Learn more about this land: A secluded canyon in the wilderness with oak and pine trees below, juniper and yucca on the drier mountains above. The campsite is close to a dirt road with occasional but little cars, nestled below a community center in the making on the hill. Large trees give a private feel. Views of mountains surround the campsite, occasional free range cows drift through, and free range goats that live in a cave far above the camp come visit during the day. A dry creek bed with colorful rocks run past the campsite, an organic garden is close by but not in view of campsite. It has a mostly private feel, but can be viewed from the road above through the trees if you make an effort to see. The sounds of quail and other birds are common. Bunnies are often seen, and the echos of coyotes through the canyon are enchanting at night. It is mostly quiet aside from the barking of dogs in the far distance (from houses that are not in view) on occasion, and occasional cars. Across from the land is a fenced property that is not is use and only viewable from the communal area above. There are young cactus planted near the camping area so be sure to keep children from touching them. There is a water spigot at the campsite. The host wishes to connect with campers eager to learn about off grid living, sustainable growing, wild food foraging, natural building and more if they are interested, but it is not required for camping stays. Also, musicians/singers/rappers who would like to jam/freestyle or listen to hosts original music (bluesy electric guitar/rap/rock) are welcome! Campers are free to have their privacy, and if they would like to socialize with the host that is also welcome. Only one site is booked at a time unless an event is being held. Lake Isabella and Remington Hot Springs are an hour away for day trips. An archery shooting area is available in the campsite, and archery rentals are offered. A music studio with drum set is available for hourly rentals. Many classes are also offered to campers. Please be aware that once campers exit the 58 freeway and drive through the long canyon towards the camp, there is no cell service for the rest of the trip, and no cell service at the camp. There is Wifi for internet calls at the camp if need be. The closest grocery store and gas station are an hour away so please plan accordingly. Be sure to watch for cows in the road on the winding drive through the canyon after exiting the 58.
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Hosted by Sarah B.Joined in August 2019
63 ratings · 50 reviews
Renay P.recommends
September 13, 2022
Wild Thingz Eco Farm
Sarah is a great host and a wonderful person to talk to. The site itself is large and has plenty of shade during hot days. Highly recommend the outdoor bath in particular it was heaven during a heat wave.
Dennis D.recommends
July 12, 2022
Wild Thingz Eco Farm
Sarah is very nice, the place I awesome, I would definitely recommend this to all campers out there.
Yannick A.recommends
July 5, 2022
Wild Thingz Eco Farm
Nous avons beaucoup aimé notre nuit à l'Éco Farm. L'expérience d'être en pleine nature, loin de tout dans un environnement "écoresponsable" était super! Sarah est une hôte très accueillante!
Robert T.recommends
June 13, 2022
Wild Thingz Eco Farm
Book for experiences stay for Sarah
Sarah is AMAZING. We had the best time ever and she was the best host to date. The accommodations are wonderful, but the star of the show was Sarah. We were able to hang out with her and hear her story and Jam out. Her music is SOOOO GOOD. My fiancé bought her clothes and journal and is in love with them. Book all the experiences we did them all and we loved them!! Cant wait to come back
Cecy P.recommends
June 11, 2022
Wild Thingz Eco Farm
Good for group or family reunion
I love tent camping with Sara she is so sweet,dirección súper clear we had a great experience the camp was to our selfs, we took a clay class and we make pizza on her oven out of clay,she has community área few stoves she made and she is working hard to improve her land im planning on going back one day thank you Sara.
Jacob S.recommends
May 23, 2022
Wild Thingz Eco Farm
A Real Hidden Treasure
Sarah is a wonderful host, and is an excellent conversationalist if you are so inclined. The camp site is one of the best I've ever visited. I love a site that is remote, and her land is as remote as it gets. Absolutely no road noise city lights to be found. Plus the wildlife is so fascinating to observe! The goats look very serious, but they're gentle guys. The eco farm is paradise for me, maybe not for someone who needs electricity and cell reception. I'm already looking forward to another trip out there, even though it's far from where I live.
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