Two of us camped here on Thanksgiving weekend for one night. It's basically a glamping experience since there's a community kitchen, showers, pool, and restaurant. We set up our tent furthest back in the camping area, which was very secluded and cozy. The area is fun for hiking, and not very crowded at this time of year. Highly recommend for a quick getaway!
Note, it is a clothing optional community, but it was too cold and not many people, so we didn't experience that part.
We were in the big yurt which easily fit 8 people. This was a blast to play games, drink, etc. It had a picnic table next to it which was very useful. The yurt itself is very spacious, clean, had a speaker, lights, and was pretty much glamping in a big tent :) Highly recommend as you don't have to pack up tents after.
We didn't explore too much of the area, but the grill provided was nice. There are plans to add running water, and there's already kitchen ware to cook with. The overlook is nicely shaded and great to watch the moon/stars at night. Whatever we did see was solid.
There's so many wineries and outdoor attractions nearby. Definitely a gem of a location.
Henrik was a great host, and hope more people find their way here!
Hidden gem! Very good for last minute camping plans.
We stayed for one night and Angela was extremely nice and accommodating. The site itself was quiet and spacious for 5 people, with a picnic table that came in very handy.
A bit closer to the house there is an outdoor roofed bar/grill/dining table. This was definitely a cool and unique offering of the camp site. I think the hosts should showcase better pictures of that feature. Had a blast playing card games and telling stories!