Unplug from the world around you and begin the trek to the upscale glamping world. Nestle into your custom-designed, safari-style canvas tent after a long day of exploration. You are located at the intersection of the Pacific Ocean and Santa Lucia Mountains. Fuel the fire in the fire pit while roasting s'mores for a job well done. Become one with nature. You are in your own private oasis tucked within the redwood canyon campground complete with bath houses for the full experience. Curate your glamping experience to meet your specific needs by adding firewood or beverages to the mix. Added bonus: your dog family is invited! (Max of 2 dogs, $75 per stay, includes dog beds, treats, and water bowl)
Glamping experience for two
Beautiful trees! It’s a very crowded campground though. Very nice bathroom facilities. Showers are $2:5min. We were told at check-in that the associated BBQ joint would be open until 7:30 though and we just wanted to grab some brisket for our preplanned dinner and they closed by 7pm. For the price, we could have gone somewhere more quiet.
Depending on what tent site you get. I am not reviewing their glamping tents. They look nice but I don't think worth the price. I had site 5 which turned out to be one of the better ones. Do your research as some sites you need to walk to the site from car. And some sites it was a steep hill. Site 4 is nice but site 6 is small and the community water is in the site itself. Site 7 is further back and somewhat private. Site 8 is near the road but a nice size. The bathrooms are nice and clean.
The campground is bit expensive than state park campgrounds. The campground has all facilities including a very good shower room (extra payment) as well as very good mobile reception. The location is very peaceful. We found it a bit difficult to find the location as the main road does not have any indications. It is named as Alila .
Great shady campground, with really nice bathrooms. The showers were hot and the bathrooms were clean, the soap was often out in the bathrooms so I would suggest bringing your own! Some sites are a little more on top of each other than others, we enjoyed our spot at site 13, however one of the ones near us was not very private - its a little hit or miss, but not nearly as bad as other reviews imply. The map is a little misleading, you can't really tell what spots are the best from the map. Some spots require a little bit of a walk from the car to the site past other sites, you don't drive into the actual site. I had great service here, unlike most of the areas up and down PCH. The campground is in a great spot. Very close to Pfeiffer Beach, a general store, and some amazing view points. The campground is in the forested area and the trees are GIANT. We didn't ever really get sun at our site, and you are blocked pretty well from wind. The front gate attendant wasn't there very late, so get your fire wood and shower tokens earlier in the day/ on the way in!
Notice 72 hours prior to arrival is required to receive a refund.