Overnight with us

Come enjoy our 14 acre ranch historic ranch.  We can host you in your RV, camping on the property and coming soon you will be able to stay in one of our Jockey Quarters in the largest timber framed barn on the west coast.  We can accomodate one to 660. We would love to accomodate you while you explore the Giant Sequoias.

Availablity runs 60 days out.  When we are not hosting private events,  public RV stays are enjoyed by travelers as they pass through the Western Sierras on their way to the Giant Secquoia Monument National Forrest.  Our accomodations have the option to come with a continental breakfast* served at your door fresh from the morning bakery.   RV campers are welcome to enjoy a continental breakfast from our "Marketplace" if the delivery option is not chosen.  Both are served with fresh organic juice and coffee.  Our rates

To learn more about accomodations and reservations please submit the form below: 
Purpose for inquiry:
Please give us a little information about your inquiry and the dates you are interested.  One of our staff members will respond shortly:

RV camping rates:  $25 a night.  

This rate includes the use of our handicapped restroom/showers. *
No clean outs available.
I am sorry we can not offer you fire pits as we sit on a beautiful property with a historic timber framed barn.  There are no open fires allowed with RV or Tent camping.  You may use a small bbq or hibachi for cooking.  The positive trade is our warm baked goods and hot coffee in the morning!
* You can upgrade your continental breakfast to delivery menu for a small additional fee of $10 per person Friday through Sunday. 
What does staying at our ranch have to do with Ethiopia?  

When you come and stay the night with us, proceeds from your nights accomodations goes toward accomodating young men in Ethiopia who are blind.  Your stay with us provides these young men the opportunity to be in a home and continue their education inorder for them to become self-sustaining.  It is a joy to host you and be able to better the lives of those far away.
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