Spot For Rv/ Tiny House/ Tent in the Forest

Enjoy a nice quiet mountain canyon in a rural setting with beautiful pine trees, oak trees, and a quiet canyon around you. Many animals come through including deer, red tail fox, squirrel, birds, including bald eagle, humming birds, and more.

This beautiful private area backs up to national forest, with many trails to explore, and enjoy. We also have a private fire pit, and plenty of room to accommodate your trailer, or tiny home up to 25 feet, and also a vehicle.

We also have two camp sites you can camp with a tent on as well.

We offer our guests the following accommodations.

-Water hose and hook up
-Parking spot
-110 Power hook up
-Generator (For rent)
-Charcoal barbecue
-Guide through forest trails (When weather permits)
-Firewood for use of fire outside (When permitted depending on the season)

There are also a few lakes nearby, and a nearby diner. We are about a 35 minute drive from town.

Be prepared if you choose to come in winter as we do get snow, and have gotten 4-5 inches more then most as we are at approximately 3500 ft elevation, and since we are in a canyon we tend to get our own creative weather that can be a little different then what google may tell you.

Address (Town, State): Placerville, CA
Contact info (email/phone):
What kind of units do you accept?:
Tiny House on Wheels
Bus conversion
Van conversion
What size unit can your space accommodate?:
Less than 18'
Minimum reservation length: 1 night
Maximum reservation length: 1 week
Discount rates for weekly or monthly stays?: To be determined.
Property Type: Farm
Is this property suitable for kids or pets?: Pets okay
Will you discount rent for labor?: Maybe (contact host)
Does your space have reliable cell reception?: Depending on service carrier
Free/paid utilities available:
Fresh Water
Propane Refill

Public discussion (2)


12 months ago

Hi, I am interested in hearing more. I like the area very much. Seeking a more permanent spot. Maybe gone in hottest months...

Thank you,


12 months ago

Certainly, I'll message you.

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