This site is beautiful. You not only get to have a beautiful sunrise and sunset by staying here, you also get to meet the host. The host of this site was the best part of staying. He is very generous, has amazing stories, and you can clearly tell he cares a lot about his animals and keeping his farm in beautiful condition. He also mentioned to us that people with horse trailers looking for somewhere to stay can stay here, just let him know beforehand. The site is large and open and there are some shady spaces to park and pitch a tent to get out of the heat. You can also camp out in the meadow for an evening underneath the stars.
This campsite is gorgeous! It is a great place to relax and spend a romantic evening under the stars. If you are looking for a glamping experience, this is it! The view is great, the bed is really comfortable and it comes with everything you'll need. There's also a park near by and Zion national park is a close distance!
This place was easy to find, had great views of Mt. Hood and Mt. St. Helens. There was an RV you could stay in and you can easily fit large groups to camp on this property. There was a fire pit, and a nice swing. There are no restrooms or water so you must bring all of your own gear. The best part about staying here was the alpacas and the rooster. There are 3 alpacas that keep you company, and a rooster that gives you a wake up call in the morning.
Lake Concow is nestled in the hills in Northern California. As soon as we arrived we enjoyed the lush green trees all over the property. The property is quite large and there are plenty of campsites.After you drive past the front house, through the gate there were some RV's parked nearby, keep going down the road and you'll find plenty of camp sites near the water. We found a spot right next to the reservoir which made for a nice scenic site. There were picnic tables, but we were not allowed to have fires at our campsite. Instead, there was a central fire pit in the middle of all campsites which could be great for large groups. The site had pit toilets, RV dump stations, water fill stations, and everything you could need for a great night. Lake Oroville is not too far away, so you could camp here and drive out to spend time at the lake. We had our bikes and rode them around the property checking out all of the wildlife. Its a nice serene place to stay.
The terrain is mostly sand so be sure to bring a vehicle that can drive through sand. Nice views of Mt. Shasta. No amenities so you are roughing it a little. The campsite is next to some other private properties so you aren't able to explore too much due to crossing into other people's property area.
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