This was a super clean, large, flat site. There is no shade, so in the warmer months it could get warm. It is separated from sites on either side with a 4ft fence, so if you wanted to get to know your neighbors (if you had any), it’s pretty easy. The site backs up to a baseball diamond where people walk their dogs. We had a curious dog walker peek through the fence to ask questions about our camper. The porta pot is phenomenally clean, complete with a table holding reading material and inspirational signs.
The hosts, Michael and Terri, were great. They were very responsive and even provided coffee for us one morning.
If you are doing anything in the Delta, or even Lodi or Sacramento, this is s good jumping off point. Michael and Terri were excellent hosts!
Very quiet. Beautiful night skies. The spots are flat, spacious, and have picnic tables. There is a 4 foot high fence separating the site. You will be able to see and interact with a neighboring site if you want. The porta pot was the cleanest and nicest I’ve seen complete with reading material and inspirational messages.
There is no shade and any site, so it might get hot in the warmer months. Also, it’s next to a ball diamond where people walk their dogs. We chatted through the fence with someone interested in our camper.
Michael was very pleasant, offering ideas and helpful hints on where to recreate in the are. He even made coffee for us in the morning! He and Terri were very responsive when our plans were changing.
If we are back to this area, we will stay here again.
If you are looking for a quiet, natural place to get away from the busy city traffic, this is it. It is definitely not very refined and you’ll need your leveling tool and blocks if you have a trailer. That being said, it was the most peaceful night I’ve had in a long while. Be prepared to search out a flat spot for your tent or camper van. But also know there is plenty of room to spread out and find exactly what works for you. We used it as a base camp to do some hiking around Kirkwood and it was perfect. Jane was very accommodating and we enjoyed fresh apple pie. We will definitely be returning for another wonderful escape!
This spot far exceeded my expectations! I arrived really late and Shanna was up to guide me in. The alpacas and donkey slept nearby. In the morning, Donkey escorted me to the house in exchange for behind the ear scratches. After a day of adventure, I returned to this charming, quiet spot and met the rest of the animals and heard their stories. When a giant pig comes over and rolls on it’s side for belly scratches, how can one refuse? My final morning there was an alpaca parade in front of my camper while I drank my coffee. A few curious ones came over to sniff me and the drink. What a way to start the day!
A word of caution - you are sharing your space with large animals. Choose your footwear appropriately!
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