Wagmore is a great location to visit and Morro Bay is so close. The campsites are spacious and peaceful. There were turkeys running around and a few lizards. You can take a hike if you want too and the views are lovely especially at sunset. Be sure to put on mosquito repellent if you are at all like me. The mosquitos love me!😳 Lori was very helpful and responded very quickly to any questions or concerns and made me feel welcome.
This is an adventure and a very unique experience. Myrna is a kind and generous and very attentive host. Don’t hesitate to ask for help or directions she’s very helpful. Her dog Nitro is a sweetheart and loves belly scratches. Check out the Yurts. Such a nice accommodation if you are needing comfort and have a few friends coming along. I didn’t know they were available but check it out. There is a locked gate mon-thurs. don’t be deterred by that, it’s actually very peaceful on the days that public traffic isn’t present.
I really liked how the sites are large and separated. Unfortunately it got very damp and we only had light weather tents so we drove further south hoping for dryer warmer weather. We didn’t get to stay this time but it’s a beautiful spot.
This is a good stop if your on the 5 and needs a restful place to sleep. It’s quiet. Now don’t be too afraid of the two dogs that roam the property the big fluffy one is the sweetest dog ever and the white Shepard is just barky. I would recommend you bring a large jug Ike gavelof water with a spigot. I li
The drive was beautiful and peaceful. I would recommend a four wheel drive vehicle for driving to this sight and follow signs because gps isn’t going to help you much. We saw squirrels, deer, frogs, slugs and bugs. The springs are a short hike from the camping area and we enjoyed slathering black mud all over ourselves but note you need a bit of oil to get all the black off. We had a blast and our hosts were incredibly hospitable and helpful. They shared all their knowledge of the history of this tranquil property enthusiastically and answered all our questions. This is a very special place and we can’t wait to return with family and friends to visit again.
Stacie was an attentive host and made sure we were well taken care of. I travel with my two daughters and we felt very safe. This is a great place for children, the animals are very used to people and were fun to observe. Bubbles a 17 year old kitty was our constant companion and escorted me to the restroom at night. We had lovely farm fresh eggs for breakfast from the well fed chickens on the premises. This farm is primarily for special needs children but all are welcome. Watching happy goats frolick and alpacas racing about is good for the soul. There are so many kinds of animals I can’t tell you all about them in this review, you gotta come and see them all. On a side note Lake Perris State recreation area is minutes away if you want to take a swim or hike a trail.
This spot is an unusual adventure tucked into a neighborhood above LA. As I came to turn up Eva Terrace there was a cop car abstructing the street and several young men were being patted down. By the police. So I drove up the block and then realized I couldn’t turn around so then backed down again to see if the situation was cleared. The young me were standing in the street and politely notified me that Eva Terrace wasn’t a through street, so I told them I booked a campsite up there and they gave me directions up the short road. Phew, turns out they weren’t bad guys. As Isobel’s description there is a couple parking spots as you come around the curve on the left where you can park. If they are taken there is really nowhere to park. I recommend getting there before dark as I wandered up the dirt path and around the hill for awhile before I found a flat spot. Bring a large jug of water with the spigot. We set it on our ice chest as a faucet for drinking water, washing hands and brushing teeth. Bring chairs so you can sit and enjoy the view morning and night. It was fun to explore the hill in the cool morning. Sadly this sight hasn’t been treated well by what looks like some squatters perhaps leaving blankets and trash scattered. We filled our trash bag with as much as we could cause I hope this sight stays open. My 10 year old and 18 year old daughters enjoyed this sight, the lively neighborhood has lots of dogs talking back and forth and there was a band Saturday night and they were actually good, lol. In the morning you’ll hear vigorous cockadoodling from the roosters below but we are early risers so we didn’t mind at all. As we were packing up a little gold colored coyote puppy stood nearby above us looking for food probably. Wish I got a pic but I didn’t want to get too friendly. There are all kinds of birds up here and I heard an owl hooting in the night. We only brought some snacks because all kinds of great places to eat are close, and we used the restrooms before we got back to camp so there was no need to worry about going up on the hill. We had fun here!