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Lake Concow Campground

99 sites 路 RVs, TentsOroville, CA
Ancestors of Maidu people lived here long ago. European settlers arrived and took control of the area. In recent history, a multi-cultural group of community members formed the Konkow Partnership to attempt to hold, steward, and preserve the wilderness that survives here. We look forward to your post fire visit.Learn more about this land:Congratulations Campers! 聽The campground is reopened after the last couple of years of wild fires and tough winters. We are reopened even as repairs and upgrades are being made. Thank you to all visitors who love this place for your patience as we continue to improve the features of the Campground. Stay tuned for progress reports. We hope to see you real soon.聽Visit, fish, or camp in a rare jewel forest, hidden in the Sierra/Cascade foothills, less than an hour's drive to Chico, Oroville, or Paradise. Surviving forests of聽mature cedars, pines, oaks, and madrones provide shady camping, fishing along the lake shore, or picnicing along the banks of the creek that runs through a recovering creekside area. Stargaze or fly kites in our Great Meadow or admire copious wildflowers and other native plants on over 80 acres of wilderness. We provide a variety of recovering聽wilderness areas near water faucets, pit toilets and an RV dump station.聽Our site features mature forests, grassy meadows, a year-round creek in a fire recovery zone. The site also features lakefront shoreline access for bank fishing, a central fire pit and lots of space for group camping. Fires are permitted in the central pit when weather allows. The Lake Concow/Konkow Campground is a wilderness sanctuary and houses many variety of rare and endangered plants, animals, and insects. Please be aware of and give respectful space to all of the residents of the park. The list of year round residents may include poison oak, thorny berry vines, mosquitoes, ticks, spiders, deer, eagles, osprey, owls, squirrels, skunks, foxes, bears, mountain lions, snakes, bats, and more.聽Please be responsible for personal camp supplies and trash. The Campground is a Pack In/Pack Out location and garbage cans are supplied near the office house near the entrance. Good hiking shoes, protective clothing, and hats are recommended. All Campground faucets supply delicious, potable water tested regularly. The modern listings spell the name Concow, Ancestors spelled it Konkow. Both are correct, though may give different search results. There is plenty of room for parking large vehicles and for turning around. TOW VEHICLES MUST STAY THE DURATION OF THE CAMPING VISIT. Sorry, we DO NOT allow towed-in-and-dropped-off campers or 5th wheel trailers at this time. This may change as clean up work progresses through the year. Stay tuned for updates. Thank you.
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Sierra Sol Camp

11 sites 路 Lodging18 acres 路 Camptonville, CA
Welcome to Sierra Sol Camp! We have 9 different sites available to book as well as the option to book the entire property. Please scroll down to see all of the available options. Here are the sites we offer: -Sierra Sol Diva Den (cabin) -Water Tower (cabin) -Daisy Belle (canvas tent) -Rise and Shine (canvas tent) -Sierra Sol Camp Lotus (cabin) -Sierra Sol Vintage Trailer (onsite trailer) -Sierra Shipping Container Retreat (cabin) -Sierra Sol Main Cabin (cabin) -Sierra Sol Camp Whole Property (all sites) The Sierra Sol Camp project has been hosting community events and friend gathering for years. We take great pride in extending a warm and welcoming space for all our visitors and extending the invitation to campers was a great next step. We have listings ranging from yurts to shipping containers, an old water tower converted to a mini suit to a vintage trailer and canvas tents. The diva den was my old music studio and the main cabin is our family cabin. This is a magical and sacred space filled with a ton of memories please come join our community and nook in the sierras and make some more. We are based in between the middle fork of the Yuba river right where it meets up with Oregon Creek. If you like a long walk it is 2.5 miles down the dirt road to Oregon Creek and the middle fork of the Yuba. Driving takes 5 to 10 mins. The other direction is the largest lake in our county Bullards Bar Reservoir and Emerald Cove Marina. We are 1 mile down Marysville Rd. from a launch called dark day. There is a trailhead at the top of overflow boat parking for a public swimming hole on the lake. On our property, we have a main house with its own private facilities such as a kitchen, shower, and bath. On the land, we have 9 total unique cabin and canvas tent structures converted into boutique-like campsites. We have an epic outdoor entertaining kitchen and patio with an outdoor pizza oven and a little dog rinse behind the outdoor shower. The bathhouse is right across the way and provides a private but shared guest shower house, tub and sink. The sauna and fenced-in dog area are near the shipping container site. The sauna has just been remodelled with a shower and bathtub right outside the sauna house. Like anywhere in the woods there is an hour at sunset when you may have mosquitoes down near the sites in the spring and some of the summers depending on the year. We have a natural spray for that or fans in the kitchen. Off the path, you may find poison oak in the thick of the woods. So please stay on the marked trails.
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Maple Creek Ranch

6 sites 路 RVs, Tents500 acres 路 Cohasset, CA
The Maple Creek Ranch and Tree Farm has been family owned and operated since 1934. The patriarch of the family, whose family had moved here from Sweden, had a great love of the forest and trains. The property was one of the first certified tree farms in California with the goal of nurturing a healthy forest. In the 1960鈥檚, a mile of railroad tracks was laid and the whistle of a small, steam engine train could be heard throughout the community. Local residents and kids were treated to free train rides and special events for many years.There is a natural spring with a small creek that supplies the ponds with fresh water year around. There is also a small canyon on the property with a larger stream called Mud Creek. The land is rich in Indian history and there a artifacts and other signs on the Indians presence.The Cohasset area is relatively unknown. 15 miles from our property is Deer Creek and the Lasson National Forest is about a 2 hour drive north.聽聽While staying with us you can pitch your tent on our private 500 acres. We have 2聽 primitive camping spots on our property. Each spot has a picnic table and聽fire pit. There is a flush toilet shared for both camp sites. * During freezing weather the toilets may be closed so they don鈥檛 freeze! Please check before booking聽*The spots are spread out to ensure privacy. Our property is surrounded by the forest and is loaded with deer, squirrels, turkeys and other forest animals. We have numerous walking trails, a fresh water pond for fishing and swimming. Please notify us if you have an RV.聽 Site 1 is best for RV's. Site 2 can accommodate smaller RV's.聽We look forward to meeting you!
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Velasquez Tambo Ranch

3 sites 路 Lodging14 acres 路 Paradise, CA
Welcome to our rustic retreat in rural Butte County, a haven we've called home since 1997. Nestled on 14 acres, our family farm offers a unique camping experience where you and your children can embrace the freedom to run and explore. Explore the property and connect with nature by visiting our alpaca, sheep, cow, kittens, dog, and chickens. Take a leisurely stroll down a country road or stargaze under the clear night sky from the open circle of Adirondack chairs. Bask in the tranquility of this quiet country space, where fresh air abounds. Our location is a gateway to numerous outdoor adventures such as Lassen Volcanic Park and Table Mountain, and just 22 minutes from downtown Chico and Chico State. Discover local gems like the Bidwell Mansion, Bidwell Park, Lime Saddle Marina, Butte Creek Canyon, and the Honey Run Covered Bridge, all within a short drive. For history enthusiasts, Paradise 鈥 known for its antiquing, biking, and historic trail along the old railroad line. Visit the Paradise Depot, Museum, or the Gold Nugget Museum for a trip back in time. While you're surrounded by nature, enjoy the convenience of good cell service and Wi-Fi 鈥 perfect for streaming on our smart TVs with our fiber optics. Should you need anything during your stay 鈥 be it a Band-Aid, needle and thread, or kitchen essentials 鈥 simply let us know. Our property is home to playful kittens and our friendly border collie, Caspian, who roams freely. If preferred, Caspian can be kenneled upon request. Escape to our farm stay and experience the best of rural living with modern comforts. Your adventure awaits!
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TerraSol

2 sites 路 Lodging40 acres 路 Nevada City, CA
I鈥檝e had the pleasure to be the 鈥渃aretaker鈥 of this special land once inhabited by the Maidu Indians for the past 43 years. This is SPECIAL ground here and I鈥檓 sure you will feel the MAGIC!!! This 40 acres sits on the Yuba River Ridgetop. At the "Platform of Pleasure" you will enjoy 100,000+ acre views of protected land looking North to the High Sierra, minutes away from downtown Nevada City and 8-10 miles from Yuba River Trailheads. Firewood bundles are $15 per bundle (2+ hours of campfire when campfires 馃敟 are allowed). There is a $5.00 dog fee per dog/per stay. On our property like anywhere in the woods there are mosquitos, so you should bring bug spray. We offer a tent platform, as well as a canvas tent listing. Guests love staying here: "From the moment we arrived Chris was nothing but amazing. He helped us get settled in and even recommended some beautiful spots to hike/sight see. They are both so generous! The campsite beautiful and they did a very nice job supplying us with any materials we may need. Definitely coming back during the summer!"
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Your private Yurt in the woods

2 sites 路 Lodging10 acres 路 Nevada City, CA
Your private Yurt in the woods -2 miles to town! Come experience the Beauty of the Sierra foothills and the Yuba river in our Yurt tucked into the forest just 2 miles from downtown Nevada city. With a natural creek right outside your door and hiking trails right off the deck, this serene and beautiful yurt retreat awaits you. Claw foot bath tub, fire pit and large deck to relax on. Wood fired stove inside with plenty of wood stacked to keep you warm. Small functional kitchen with a hot plate, toaster oven, micro sink and fridge. We have a wood fired hot tub on-site. It requires a fire to be lit and maintained to keep it hot. During the winter the yurt is heated with a wood fired stove. It takes a few hours to warm up, and needs to be maintained during your stay to keep the place toasty. There is a lovely wood stove and plenty of firewood for you to use! The Queen bed has a heating blanket to help keep you cozy throughout the night. The hot tub Is wonderful in the winter, it is wood fired and takes several hours to heat as well. Please feel free to check us out at - https://www.tripstodiscover.com/yurt-airbnbs-california/ The yurt was nominated for top yurts in California. We are also featured in Glampaluza as #17 - glampaluza dot com/blog/glamping-in-california We are new to Hip Camp and don鈥檛 have many reviews but we have been on Airbnb for almost 2 years. Here is a link to our reviews below and you can see that we have over 100 5-star reviews. https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/49631283?adults=2&check_in=2023-01-08&check_out=2023-01-10&source_impression_id=p3_1669075701_6AzX5HHXIsHJr7lk
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Lake Oroville Glamping

6 sites 路 Lodging15000 acres 路 Oroville East, CA
Lake Oroville was created by the Oroville Dam, which the State Department of Water Resources completed in 1967 after 5 years of construction. Lake Oroville conserves water for distribution by the State Water Project to homes, farms, and industries in the San Francisco Bay area, the San Joaquin Valley and Southern California. The Oroville facilities of the project also serve to provide flood control and smog free generation of electric power in addition to recreation. When the Lake is at its maximum elevation, it includes some 15,500 surface acres for recreation and 167 miles of shoreline. Recreation areas are spotted around the Lake and boaters can land at any point to explore the surrounding country. The lake offers a wide variety of outdoor activities including camping, picnicking, horseback riding, hiking, sail and power boating, water-skiing, fishing, swimming, boat-in camping, floating campsites and horse camping.
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Green Mountain Farm and Campground

1 site 路 Lodging18 acres 路 Oregon House, CA
Green Mountain Farm is in Dobbins ca nestled in the pines at the treeline. Surrounded by 7 lakes and several creeks and rivers recreation is always abound. Fishing, kayaking, gold panning, wake boarding even house boat rentals are all in the neighborhood. Our pet freindly facility inclide 18 gorgeous private acres with a creek, bbq's, horseshoes, kids play area, hiking trails, and free firewood. We host Rv'ers, tent campers, van lifer's, and other travelin folk. Every Friday evening is music circle and most Saturdays is bonfire (seasonal). There are wineries, resorts and museums in the area and we are rich in gold history. Come on out and get next to nature. Wildlife is know to frequent the grounds.
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Inlandia Ranch

2 sites 路 Lodging67 acres 路 Bangor, CA
Nestled in the picturesque landscapes of Northern California, this enchanting ranch serves as a haven for camping enthusiasts. The undulating terrain, adorned with rolling hills and dense forests, creates a serene backdrop for your outdoor escape. A sprawling creek system invites you to indulge in refreshing swims amid nature's embrace, providing an idyllic setting for relaxation. Explore the ranch's diverse hiking trails, each unveiling breathtaking vistas and hidden gems, while nearby trails promise additional opportunities for unforgettable outdoor adventures. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty that surrounds you, as the ranch seamlessly combines scenic charm with a working farm experience. Witness the lively rhythm of farm life as ostriches, chickens, and goats graze and play on the property. The ranch's commitment to a genuine agricultural experience adds a touch of authenticity to your stay. Wake up to the comforting sounds of the countryside and indulge in a complimentary country breakfast, a delightful start to your day of exploration. Currently offering three unique campsites, one standout option is the hot tent with a woodstove鈥攁 cozy retreat that adds warmth and charm to your outdoor experience. Whether you're seeking a rustic adventure or a peaceful escape, this ranch provides the perfect setting for an unforgettable camping getaway, where the beauty of nature and the charm of farm life converge seamlessly.
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Grub Farm

2 sites 路 Tents16 acres 路 Chico, CA
Grub Farm is a magical place. Come camp on a working organic vegetable farm and sleep under the walnut grove.聽
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Lovey's on the Sacramento River!

6 sites 路 RVs, Tents3 acres 路 Meridian, CA
Welcome to Lovey's Landing on the Sacramento River! Our story goes back to the 1930s when a 鈥渟lide鈥 was used to put boats in the river (unfortunately, the slide is no longer in use, but you can see it when you visit!). Since then, a marina, RV park, and Restaurant and Bar (currently closed) have been added. It's a great staging area for any valley or river expedition. This is an old-school sort of place with a lot of farmers and ranchers around. Fishermen and outdoor enthusiasts love it here! A meadow of pastoral trees provides shade on some campsites. Pitch a tent on an acre of mowed grass or go with more creature comforts and bring your RV. Our tent camping area allows you to enjoy lots of room between other campers. We do have full hook-up RV sites; however, you must call directly to reserve those sites if available. (Call: 530-696-2449 opt 1). We also have a small marina and boat slip rentals available. Walk the Sacramento River for miles on the levee road. We are nestled in one of the greatest nut-growing areas in the world. We are the closest camping area to the Sutter Buttes 鈥淭he smallest mountain range in the world鈥. We also happen to be in the Sutter Basin, or "great sink." Here, many types of winter waterfowl pass through the Pacific Flyway. Check out the many local wildlife refuges nearby. Bring a boat, kayak, or a float tube. (If floating, please inquire with all rules and safety measures from local professionals, guides, government authorities and Lovey's Landing. Floating is at your own risk.) Enjoy watching the river scenery, fishing, otters playing, beavers building, deer grazing, ospreys, and other birds taking flight. Since October 2023, we have updated our bathrooms and added new signs to our front entrance. Please note that Google maps may take you a little past the sign (we're working on fixing this!), so be on the lookout for our new sign! We look forward to you staying with us at Lovey鈥檚 Landing!
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Paradise

3 sites 路 Lodging23 acres 路 Paradise, CA
The Camp Fire devastated the town of Paradise in 2018. Today, you can still see remnants of the fire as you approach the quaint town. Chapelle de' L'Artiste once housed a stunning bed and breakfast among other incredible amenities.聽Paradise has begun the incredible process of rebuilding. New construction, renewed energy, and a community of hope and resiliency is at the heart of returning Paradise to all its name implies. At Chapelle de L'Artiste, we are thrilled to be rebuilding and starting anew. A new venture with Glamping and coming in Spring 2022 is Burnt Barn Distilling Company.
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The best camping near Phantom Falls guide

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About

Within the North Table Mountain Ecological Reserve, Phantom Falls is a 166 ft seasonal waterfall. While there is no official trail down to the falls, a parking lot 2 miles away allows straight-forward access. At the bottom of the falls you can opften find Coastal Range Newts, a local subspecies. The fun doesn't stop there! In a grotto behind the falls you can find an old mineshaft that is still used for scientific purposes today. Entering the shaft is allowed but beware as it can be a strenuous and dangerous task.

When to go

The best time to visit Phantom Falls is during the spring, when the waterfalls are most active and the wildflowers are in full bloom. Avoid the hot, dry summer months when the falls may be less impressive and the landscape less verdant.

Know before you go

  • Sturdy, closed-toe footwear is essential for navigating the rugged trails.
  • Bring ample water as there are no facilities on site.
  • Keep a safe distance from the cattle used for land management.
  • Respect the wildlife and do not disturb the natural environment.
  • Check local regulations and secure any necessary permits for hunting.

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