My wife and I had a great Labor Day weekend at Camp Owl Pine! The camp is on an awesome, large property with beautiful trees, boulders, stone pathways and an awesome natural plunge pool in the creek just down a small hill. The wildlife was abundant while we were there, including a deer family that wondered near camp a few times, Blue Jays, squirrels, etc. It's a great mix of feeling like you're in a peaceful forest while also being right in town, with a bunch of restaurants and shops very close by. It was great listening to chill music from the nearby cafe until about 9 when it stops and the auditory landscape changes to forest mode, with the trees rustling and crickets chirping. The camp setup was thoughtful, cozy, and creative and it was cool to see all of the small touches that Michael and Cat included in constructing it. The trailer is great with a super comfy bed and lots of awesome Idyllwild-appropriate vintage reading material. The outdoor shower is big and has great hot-water on demand. The composting toilet was great - it surprisingly doesn't smell at all. The deck is a perfect place to read and drink a beer or two, and the camp stove and yeti cooler completed the camp vibe while being perfect for storing beer and snacks and boiling water for our Aeropress. We love camping, but being able to leave LA last minute-ish without much planning and just some clothes and snacks was a nice change. Michael is super cool and provided good recommendations for things to do, including the Ernie Maxwell scenic trail, which starts just a few minutes from the camp in Humber park. We recommend Owl Pine without reservation and will be back ourselves (perhaps in winter next time)! Thanks Michael and Cat!