Oenita is a warm, hospitable, flexible, and generous host. We enjoyed her property and the campsite very much. The views are BREATHTAKINGLY STUNNING, especially at sunset. There are horses, goats, donkeys, and fishing ponds on the property as well.
A few things to note:
* Bring a camping canopy to provide shade during the day. There were no trees by our site, which made for enormous starry skies, but we were grateful to have our canopy during the day.
* I highly recommend having a four wheel drive SUV or truck with high ground clearance. They were very willing to drive us to our campsite as many times as it took to get our gear there, but we realized that we wanted our vehicle close by to store food. Our mid-sized SUV managed it, but there is no way a car or a van would have made it.
* Our campsite was in a horse pasture, so we had horse visitors every night once the sun went down and they stayed well after we went to bed. So expect to be shooing away horses from your dinner or listening to horses munching right next to your tent at 3:00 AM.
* That said, I was grateful that the horses were close by around 5 AM when we woke up to hear a bear walking through our campsite (remember - keep your food in your car!!!). Though I was more than a bit nervous to hear the bear, I could hear the horses close by, had the panic button on our key fob at the ready, and the bear moved on within a couple of minutes without any interaction with us or damage to our campsite. I say all of this not to disparage the property. The campsite is great. Camping in the mountains carries the risk of bears, no matter where you are.