I camped at Songdog for one night and highly recommend it. I live in Santa Barbara and it took me a little over 2 hours to get to the property. The ranch is easy to find and the views are amazing. The street and name of the ranch are posted and easily seen from the highway. The dirt road up to the campsite is groomed and there shouldn't be an issue for any car to make it. Each campsite has a picnic table, fire pit with cooking grate, and 2 comfortable lounging chairs. There is a clean outhouse close, but not too close, to the campsites.
Upon arriving on the property I went directly to the campsite and was met shortly thereafter by the owner, Jim. He's a very nice and welcoming guy and encouraged me to explore the area. My dog and I spent the next couple of hours walking around the property and taking in the views. The ranch dogs are friendly and this place is perfect if you want to let your dog loose to run around, or for families with kids as the area is safe, and you can see across the property easily.
If you're interested in off roading a bit (or hiking) and exploring the area you can drive to the Cuyama Peak lookout tower. A google search will give you the directions, but it's about 20 miles of driving on paved roads through the farmland to reach the dirt road to begin the climb to the peak. i thought it was fun.
Great, secluded spot for quiet camping. A friend and I stayed here for 2 nights and enjoyed a campfire (supplied by Rod and included in the price), an easy drive to explore Tahoe and hike, and 40 acres to explore. The drive in is on a marked paved road, and the entrance is big and easy to find. Rod's directions are spot on. Rod greeted us upon our arrival, let us know that he was available if need be, and then we were on our own. Great host. Highly recommend. Will come back.