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Dear Guests and Supporters Thank you for all the love and support over the years it helped make our dreams come true and care of so many beautiful animals. It has come time for the sanctuary to move to greener pastures – we are taking a wonderful opportunity. The camps will be closing effectively November 30th as the new owners have beautiful but different plans. Plz stay in touch with us via this service, FB and insta wild tender ranch rescue because we are likely to open up a new location along a mile of the most beautiful river in Oregon, surrounded by thousands of protected acres!

A large fire ring is just off the porch looking across the valley where the sun sets into the Pacific behind the Los Padres mountains. The BBQ area is covered and provides a good working area for the chefs in your group. All firewood is provided. Well water is provided but is not heated. There is an RV fridge and a large set of cooking and serving utensils provided in lodge.

Disposable plates and silverware are also on hand. This facility is completely off the grid. Power can be arranged upon arrival. Our goal here is to offer an escape to those seeking peace and quiet.

This is one of our most lavish campsites. This large round canvas tent is situated on a deck all by itself with its own view of the coastal mountains and the valley below. Basic essentials are provided; water, firewood, basket of cooking utensils and paper goods and 2 queen size 4″ sleeping pads. It can be cold, bring your sleeping bag. This experience includes the privacy of two cabins and your own river retreat, located on a acre habitat preserve; adjacent to acres of state park land along the beloved Yuba River.

The shared bath house has an indoor hot shower, sink, and compost toilet, along with an outdoor shower with views of the river. Our electricity comes from solar-power and we feature organic bedding and towels. Each cabin sleeps 2 people max. Includes Yuba River beach access with picnic area, hammock, chairs and optional river campsite. The private spot, with swimming holes and sun-warmed rocks is a minute hike vigorous hike back from the stone cabins.

Note: This rental is not ideal for young children due to its location on the edge of the river canyon. Come experience “comfy” camping in the coastal woods of Mendocino. Enjoy all the romance of camping without the hassle of tent wrangling and gear. We are redefining the camping experience with roomy tents, comfy beds, crisp white linens and down comforters and hot showers stocked with towels and EO Marin bath productsOur roomy 12′ x 14′ safari tents are housed on wooden platforms with decks and come fully outfitted with a queen bed, down comforter, cotton linens, lanterns, sling back deck chairs, picnic table and fire ring.

Nearby you will find hot showers stocked with fresh towels and organic bath products. Cooking can be done on site at our community BBQ facility. Provisions can be purchased easily in town at the fabulous Mendosa’s Market; a 2 minute car ride.

Note: There is a 3 night minimum for July, August and Holiday weekends and a 4 night minimum before and after the 4th of July. Taxes and pet fees are due upon check-in. Pitch your tent in our private, spacious campground of meadows and forest. Easy 5 minute walk to Jug Handle Beach and a two hour hike to the redwood and pygmy forest. Our 39 acre site has lots of nature trails, is peaceful and beautiful and our campground is 8 acres with just 11 sites so it is very spacious.

Each campsite has space to park two vehicles, privacy, a fire pit, two picnic tables and a mowed area for tents. Water is on site. We have five port-a-potties. Sorry no showers! Best sites for a camper or trailer: 4, 7, 8 and Sunny sites: 2, 4, 7, 10, Please put the correct number of people down when you make your reservation. If you underestimate your total group size we will ask you to pay for the additional people. Thanks for your understanding! Basic rules: Dogs must be leashed in the campground as we have wildlife and farm animals.

Be fire safe! Douse your fire when you leave your campsite and at night. We have very limited cell service and no wifi on the property. If you have an issue please TEXT me as voice messages don’t get through. There is no in-person check in. Please pick up a map at the welcome kiosk near the entrance. Drive up the hill, past the farmhouse and straight back to your camp. Be safe and enjoy! Our Mission: We offer a welcoming and supportive environment for people of all backgrounds to explore nature and connect with the natural word.

Nature stewardship is central to our non-profit mission and as an organization we are engaged in many nature restoration projects throughout Mendocino County. We also provide a supportive learning environment for nature education for disadvantaged youth during the school year. If you teach k and would like to bring your classroom to Jughandle contact us about special rates and our immersive nature education programs.

These events are not in your space, nor near you, but you will see people walking around and will hear music in the distance until pm. You will camp in a historic, glass greenhouse with incredible ocean views.

Inside is a cob pizza oven that works awesome. Bring your own firewood ,,, a place to pitch tents and tiny artistic structures to explore. You will have a private bath and shower Primitive, no electricity, but the hot shower has the best view in the world of any shower!

Bring your own toiletries and whatnot. Private beach access from our property. We have a barnyard with a multitude of farm animals. Limited electricity in greenhouse A couple of extension chords.

The fire ban is ONLY for open campfires. The pizza oven and YOUR bbq or propane flame is fine. If you are camping during the rain, be advised, it gets wet in the greenhouse.

It’s an antique after all! Experience a “comfy camping” experience in the coastal woods of Mendocino. We are redefining the camping experience with roomy tents, comfy beds, crisp white linens and down comforters and hot showers stocked with towels and EO Marin bath productsThese roomy 16 x 20′ canvas tents can comfortably sleep a family of four. Each tent is furnished with a queen bed and two twin beds. Beds are made up with down comforters, cotton linens and high quality pillows.

Accommodations include lanterns, sling-back deck chairs, picnic table, fire ring. Maximum 4 people. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate anything less than 3 nights; request for fewer than 3 nights it will be declined.

Taxes and pet fees are due at check-in. The Eagle’s Nest Treehouse Farm Stay offers a secluded, tranquil wilderness experience, right in the middle of a private forest, but with the comforts of a well-appointed guest house 40 feet from the ground. Located on a acre working ranch on the Sonoma coast, we are less than 90 minutes from San Francisco and half that from California’s premier wine-growing regions of the Napa-Sonoma Valleys. We are also smack dab in the middle of some of California’s most breathtaking coast.

In fact, you can hear the waves crashing from the treehouse deck when the wind blows in from the north. You are near enough to civilization, but it feels like you are in the most remote and peaceful spot on earth.

During the day, you can hike our miles of forest trails and never run into another person. You can check out the flora and fauna residing among the ferns, redwood trees and rolling pasture lands and then roast some of our ranch products, all grown right here, over the treehouse barbecue located at ground level. You can also explore the ranch operation, which includes Scottish Highland cattle, Kiko goats, ducks, geese and the livestock guardian dogs who protect them all.

Learn about sustainable organic farming practices and if you like a really hands-on experience, you can help us herd the ducks in at night or come along in the UTV to help with evening chores. At night, when the fog is out, you can see all the stars since the lights of civilization are so far away. If the fog is in, you can hear the fog horns bleating distantly from Bodega Bay. Think seclusion, privacy, peacefulness and nature. It is reopening after a lengthy pause due to County permitting issues, during which further upgrades have been installed to meet residential building codes.

Once inside the treehouse proper, the rich hue and grain of the polished and oiled old growth redwood floor, walls and ceiling is astounding. Residential standards of construction throughout include two sets of 8 ft high French doors, sliding windows, a queen size bed, electricity for lights and your personal accessories, separate bathroom with flush toilet, hot and cold water, sink, and an amazing copper-lined shower with floor to ceiling windows looking out on the forest below.

A powerful space heater and the insulated walls, floor and ceiling keep the interior cozy. You can also enjoy a mile and a half of Salmon Creek that runs through the property, and observe our efforts to help restore the native Coho Salmon.

Information on our ranching operations aimed at production of natural, healthy food is provided to all guests. Accommodation in the treehouse is intended for two adults in one bed children or pets are negotiable.

The Lake Cabin is great for 2 people or as a base camp for larger groups. The cabin holds 2 people and there is lots of room to set up tents around it for up to 50 guests.



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