This could not have been a more perfect place to spend Labor Day weekend with friends! Our riverfront site was incredibly private yet spacious. We parked 3 vehicles out back, pitched 4 tents comfortably, all within the privacy of surrounding blackberry bushes. We had our own riverfront beach and the site backed onto a blueberry farm!
We were pleasantly surprised by the great amenities, some of which weren't listed. There is a flush toilet, hot water shower, washer, dryer. The bathroom is very clean, well stocked with soap and paper towel. We were impressed! The site itself came with a fire pit and camp table, which was super handy.
George is the camp host who lives on site - he was so sweet and helpful. We loved his adorable, gentle dog Willow :)
There's a little island right out front you can walk to (if the river is low). That's where a lot of my photos were taken.
Overall, highly recommend this lovely Hipcamp on the river. We can't wait to come back.
We absolutely loved our time at Owl Creek! This is truly a cabin in the woods — it's incredibly quiet and peaceful. Just you and the birds and trees :)
A couple of notes:
- Probably one of the more private Hipcamps I've been to, no other campers.
- Wifi connection is solid, desk makes working remote easy.
- Outdoor bath is AWESOME! As hot as a hot tub.
- Tons of deck space and seating, and Kit kindly provided firewood and kindling.
- Hot shower available too!
We can't wait to be back, hopefully for a little longer next time.
This 3-acre property is truly a hidden gem at Stinson Beach. Private, direct access to the beach on one side, and a short walk to Parkside and steps of the Dipsea on the other side. We went for an awesome trail run in the morning, grabbed the world's biggest mussels at Parkside in the afternoon, and then watched a gorgeous sunset on the beach!
There are about 5 structures throughout the estate, but Steve has done an amazing job making them all feel very private. The landscaping is incredible—towering hedges, crazy-big ginger plants, and bamboo are everywhere.
The Airstream wasn't available on the weekend we visited so Steve kindly set us up in a Bali-like cabin called Lily Pad. It had a full sized bed that looked out to a beautiful pond.
Steve is very responsive and accommodating, and the self check-in is super easy thanks to clear signage.
I highly recommend staying anywhere on this property for the weekend—once you park, you won't need to drive again until you leave.
John and Lesley are incredibly interesting and gracious Hosts! They gave us a tour of the property, introduced us to their adorable show-winning pups, and told us the history of their beautiful land. We drove left of the mercantile (wrong turn!) and got our van stuck, but they kindly towed us out.
This is one of the most diverse, vast Hipcamps I've been to - 400 acres of rolling hills, redwood groves, creeks, and meadows. It's perfect. You should go.