This was a very pleasant surprise. we expected a nice cabin close to the beach, but got much more. the cabin is on a self-sufficient farm, with jennifer and ben as caretakers. They built everything themselves, and it is an amazing place. The kitchen is simple but well equipped with hot & cold running water, gasstove, utensils, etc. the shower is a little cabin in the woods, also with hot & cold water, The cabin itself is fantastic with a beautiful firewood stove and large bed upstairs. All in all a really welcoming and beautiful place.
We had to find ourselves an alternative camping. This 'campground' was filthy, there was foamrubber trash lying around, there was a disbandoned RV that would have been a good prop for 'evil dead', there was a black hand attached to a burnt sequoia tree as a welcome sign I guess. The 'campsite' of 3x3 m was 'conveniently' placed between a 'no entry' sign that blocked the way to a cannabis farm and a 'no trespassing' sign describing the proper way to the campsite. There were no visible amenities, except for 6 vultures looking down on us. I kid you not, this was what we found. So if you want to be a security buffer between a cannabis farm and the outside world separated by two fences of which one is locked with a difficult to open cypherlock and feel you're in a rerun of evil dead, this is the place for you. Otherwise, avoid it like the plague.