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Hébergements dans Fern Canyon

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Walk among the TALLEST trees in the world. Drive through our neighbors Tour-Thru Tree. Take a Jet Boat on the Klamath River or the Gondola Sky Trail at the Trees of Mystery. Enjoy guided World-Class Salmon Fishing. Celebrate your catch in our backyard with a barbecue/grill, a smoker and a picnic table. The kitchen is fully stocked with some extras ... just incase .... Be Our Guest and relax a In our comfortable 3 bedroom 1 bath country home. This outdoor Wonderland is all within a 10 minute drive. Jeff and I will treat you to some inside info to make your stay most enjoyable while exploring Yurok Country. Our area is located by the Magnificent Giant Redwoods that adorn the Northern California Pacific Coast which is kissed by the awesome Klamath River. Autumn is a great time for the fall Salmon Run.
After exploring our National Park's, Oceans and Redwoods relax in comfort in our Willow House. The living room has a large screen TV, the kitchen is equipped to make a home cooked meal with seasonings add. We also provide bagles, oat meal, grits, pancake/waffle mix with all the fixens, (butter, surup, peanut butter and jelly) coffee, tea, hot cocoa and orange drink mix. This is your opportunity to try a Sleep Number or a Casper king size bed. The backyard has a barbecue, a fire pit and a picnic table.
We're not far from Highway 101 with only a few neighbors. Sit on the front porch and watch the swallows from the backyard you have the view of an osprey nest.
  • C’est une maison géniale et géniale qui a beaucoup d’espace pour s’étendre et une superbe cour arrière avec bain à remous. Nos hôtes étaient très attentionnés et nous ont donné de bons conseils sur les endroits où manger à proximité. Je voudrais définitivement encore rester ici.

    John2019-06-02T00:00:00Z
  • Espace propre et confortable avec un accès facile aux parcs de séquoias

    Andrew2019-05-28T00:00:00Z
  • Une maison vraiment charmante près des séquoias avec un beau jardin, un bain à remous et une cheminée. Linda était super sympa et serviable, même si nous y retournerions.

    Torben2019-05-23T00:00:00Z
  • L'emplacement était idéal pour notre exploration des séquoias. Nous sommes arrivés le soir alors qu'il était difficile de voir la région mais les indications de Linda étaient sur place. Ma partie préférée était les lits super confortables! La plupart du temps en vacances, notre lit nous manque à la maison, mais ces lits étaient fantastiques!

    Michelle2019-04-27T00:00:00Z
  • Super endroit pour faire une halte à vélo avec des amis, beaucoup de lits. Serait également une excellente escapade pour un ou deux couples. Très calme! Ne vous attendez pas à un accès wifi rapide ici; vous êtes à Klamath. Vous vouliez vous déconnecter non?

    Gregory P.2019-04-23T00:00:00Z
  • Endroit mignon. Situé très près du parc national de Redwood. A une belle place au feu de bois. Propre maison. Confortable pour un petit groupe.

    Anish2019-04-21T00:00:00Z
  • Vous pouvez vous attendre à un endroit de type cabane qui dégage une atmosphère rustique, vintage et éclectique. Nous avons séjourné ici parce que c'est très proche des arbres du mystère. Nous n'avons pas eu l'occasion d'utiliser le bain à remous. L'endroit était propre. Le poêle à bois nous a gardés bien au chaud dans nos chambres. (Avril) Nous n'avons pas eu besoin d'utiliser le radiateur d'appoint. La pression de la douche était excellente. Personnellement, nous n'avons pas utilisé les lits Sleep Number. Nous avons utilisé le grill, qui a très bien fonctionné.

    Sheila2019-04-13T00:00:00Z
  • La maison de saule était super proche de plusieurs endroits que nous voulions découvrir pour notre voyage: le canyon de fougère, Klamath négligent, et le sentier cathédrale. Linda a été très utile pour répondre aux questions, obtenir des informations sur les attractions locales et nous permettre de prendre un nouveau feu pour le poêle à bois. De plus, le lit est super confortable!

    Jessica2019-04-09T00:00:00Z
  • Type de logement

    Logement entier


    Type de propriété

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    6


    Chambres

    3

    Klamath, Californie, États-Unis

    Maison entière4 lits
    The Willow House
    Prix :90€/nuit
    126 commentaires
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    Our Romantic River Teepee is located next to our Riverview Yurt. It overlooks the Klamath River flowing below and has it's own path down to the river. Ideal for two people, but if you want to bring friends or kids with sleeping bags, there's room! It's authentic with a mulch floor, fire place with a grill you can cook on, and near by outhouse. You can also use the fully equipped shower house up the hill with hot water showers, sinks and flush toilets!
    Space DIRECTIONS TO OTTER SPACE - Do not rely on your GPS. It doesn't work well around here! From Southern CA, Los Angeles: North on the 405 to I-5. - After about 5 hours, take #580 West toward San Francisco/ through Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond & San Rafael, where you will hit the US#101. Continue North to Ukiah/Willits/Eureka/Arcata/Orick From SFO area: - Oakland Airport – take Hegenberger Rd North to 880North to 80/580North, cross the Richmond/San Rafael bridge ($5), and you will join US#101 North. - San Francisco Airport – take US#101 North to Ukiah/Willits/Eureka/Arcata/Orick (Fill up with gas in Arcata before you make the rest of the trip to Otter Space.) Just north of Orick, make a right turn onto Bald Hill Road taking you toward the “Lady Bird Johnson” grove of redwoods. As soon as you turn onto Bald Hill Road, check your odometer. You will be 23 miles from Otter Space. Bald Hill Road will take you eastward up the mountain. The road goes mostly uphill for the next 9 to 10 miles. There are a couple of scenic view sites on the right, where you might care to stop and check out the view. Sometimes we see Elk grazing in one of the highland meadows on the right. At about 9.5 miles, you will come to a Fire Station on your left. Veer uphill to your left onto Johnson Road. Check your odometer again. You have about 13.5 miles to go from this point. Slow down, watch for potholes in the dirt road. Go over the cattle guard bars in the road. Stay to your left when in doubt. At 5.5 & 6 miles in, you will pass new roads on the left made by the lumber company doing some clear cuts. Make sure you are on the main road, which veers to the right in these two locations. When you get to 10 miles in on Johnson Road, there is a 90 degree turn in the road down to your left. This is called Bald Eagle Bluff by some. You may want to stop and get out and walk up onto the raised area and look down onto the mighty Klamath streched out below you. As you proceed downhill, around many curves, and approach the 13 mile mark, you will be almost all the way down to the river. Look for a red gate and fence on your right, set back as the road curves to the left. This is the Otter Space entrance. We are at 13065 Johnson Road. There is no number posted. Come on in. Park to the right of the Barn. If Joe and Wendy are not there to meet you. Walk down to the meadow and you will see their yurt across the meadow toward the river. Walk on over and introduce yourself. Their kids, Josie, Bean and Scout will probably run out to greet you! They will be there. Regular cel phones will not work on Johnson Road. You can call Joe & Wendy Moore at ( if there is an emergency. See you there! Good Luck! If you want to check out Otter Space on Earth, look for CA route 169,and go all the way to the end of the road. It ends in Johnson's Bar, CA which is on the other side of the Klamath River directly across from Otter Space. You can see the round yurt and the orchard! . Other things to note This is a remote site with very limited phone and wireless service. It's more of a destination than a stopping off place. It's quite wild and beautiful and the closest store is an hour away, ... the closest town is Arcata, CA and that's about an hour and a half drive. We are off the grid and must use solar or generator power to have electricity. This is an experience for most people. The 13 miles of the drive after you leave Highway 101, is on a small two lane paved road through woods and high meadows, (Bald Hills Road), and then onto a 13 mile dirt road (Johnson Road) with very few houses as it's mostly lumber company logging roads. Be prepared with food and flashlights. Guest access Please avail yourselves of the trails, the orchard and full length of the Klamath River "beach". There's a couple of neighbors just downstream, and the Yurok village known as "Johnson's" on the map, but as Wautek to the tribe. We have a 50 tree orchard full of apple, pears, peaches, cherries, plums, grapes, and even a persimmon tree. All organic. Just depends what's ripe when you come. We like to share. Guest interaction I live in Topanga, CA, so I am at Otter Space at different time, but my co-hosts Joe Moore and his wife Wendy and their 3 kids actually live on the property. They are very friendly, down-home and helpful. You'll like 'em all! A very special family. They currently live in the main house, and we're building a log cabin for them and their 3 children down by the river.
    NATURE & HIKING, THE YUROK RESERVATION & JOE & WENDY'S CLASSES ON SUSTAINABLE LIVING SKILLS WILD LIFE On the Klamath River - we might see turkey vultures, golden eagles, bald eagles, merganser ducks, cormorants, King Fishers, Great Blue Heron, night heron, white heron and osprey. Forty years ago there were only 6 osprey nests on the river, due to DDT depleting the calcium in the eggs of the females. Now there are over 325 osprey nest sites on the river. Ospreys are said to be monogamous, and they migrate every year from South America. Each of the little swallows that skin the surface of the river in the morning and early evening eat more than 1000 mosquitoes a day (Yaay!) We occasionally see a harbor seal who comes upriver in the summer to avoid the competition at the mouth of the Klamath. We also have seen a family of river otters that live just downstream, and an occasional river beaver. We have never seen a sturgeon at Otter Space. Sturgeon is a fish that has been the same for 20 million years. The biggest sturgeon caught in the Klamath was in (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)pounds, 16 feet long, 300-325 years old. They don’t mature until they’re 45-48yrs old. A female will lay 700,000 eggs in her lifetime. Only 2 will reach maturity. There is a “sturgeon hole” about 7 miles downstream where they live. Black bears - If you are lucky, you might get to see one of the timid black bears that live in the Lower Klamath area. They are not aggressive unless it is a mother bear protecting her cubs. They run the other way when they see or smell humans. We do not have any brown bears in this area. There is a cinnamon colored black bear that visits us sometimes. Please do not ever feed wild animals. We also have silver fox, chipmunks, possums, raccoons, one guest saw a very rare lynx and black-tail deer graze in the meadow in the morning and evening. We do not have poisonous snakes in the area, but sometimes there are garter snakes in the orchard. Mountain lions - are dangerous. We have never seen one, but they do live in this area. Here are the California Department of Fish and Game’s suggestions based on behavior analysis of attacks by mountain lions. Do not hike alone. Make plenty of noise to reduce your chances of surprising a lion. Go in groups, with adults supervising children. Take a sturdy walking stick: you can use it to ward off a lion. Keep children close to you. Observations of captured lions reveal that they seem especially drawn to children. Keep children within your sight at all times. - Stop! Do not run from a lion. Back away from it slowly, but only if you can do so safely, as running may stimulate a lion's instinct to chase and attack. Face the lion and stand upright. Make eye contact. If you have small children with you, pick them up so they won't panic and run. Although it may seem awkward, pick them up without bending over or turning away from the lion. - Do not bend or crouch over. Do all you can to appear larger. A person squatting or bending over looks a lot like a four-legged prey animal. Raise your arms. Open your jacket, if you're wearing one. Throw stones, branches, or whatever you can grab without crouching down or turning your back. Wave your arms slowly and speak firmly in a large voice. Never approach a lion, especially one that is feeding or with kittens. Most mountain lions will try to avoid confrontation. Give them a way to escape. Fight back if attacked. Try to stay on your feet if a lion attacks you. Lions have been driven off by prey that fights back. Some hikers have fought back successfully with sticks, caps, jackets, garden tools, and their bare hands. HIKING We are surrounded by old logging trails made by the lumber companies 80 years ago when they clear cut the old growth redwood on our side of the mountain, and now it's completely reforested with 200 ft. tall Doug Fir, Madrone, Cedar, Oak, other pine species and Pepper wood trees. The property surrounding us is mostly owned by Green Diamond Company that cuts trees for lumber and then re-forests with saplings. There are also other properties that are not clearly marked or fenced in. Mostly everyone we have met here are friendly, and we have never had any problems exploring the trails and creeks in this area, but please use discretion and politeness while hiking. If you see marijuana growing, please DO NOT HELP YOURSELF. It’s not wild, and growers do not take kindly to people helping themselves. Even if you get away with it, they may want to “teach us a lesson” at Otter Space. Please respect these wishes. The Yurok People The Yurok live on the Pacific coast of northwestern California. Many of their villages were either on lagoons or at the mouths of streams; others were along the lower course of the Klamath River. The Yurok placed great emphasis on accumulating wealth and asserting status. The wealthiest members of Yurok society owned multiple sets of dance regalia and served as hosts for ceremonial gatherings. They wore distinctive clothing, such as highly decorative basketry caps, as a means of displaying their wealth. Even their style of speech was more elaborate than the contracted version spoken by commoners. The natural resources of northwestern California were abundant, permitting the Yurok to live in permanent, year round villages. They harvested salmon, sturgeon, eel, surf fish, shellfish, sea lions, deer, elk, and acorns. Dense redwood forests provided the Yurok with wood for their distinctive split-plank houses, constructed with either single-pitched or double-pitched roofs. Redwood also was used for the manufacture of a variety of household items, such as wooden stools, storage boxes and cooking implements. Using stone adzes and wedges, Yurok craftsmen carved blunt-ended dugout canoes from large redwood logs. OTTER SPACE - JOE & WENDY MOORE SUSTAINABILITY WORKSHOPS We are so fortunate to have two people with a huge amount of experience and deep knowledge about a variety of sustainability skills living on site. Joe and Wendy Moore have been living sustainably off the land for years, (you can watch their YouTube video – search for Off The Grid in Kansas In A Straw Bale House III). They now live at Otter Space with their three children, and we have the benefit of their expertise when you come to camp. Take advantage of this unique learning opportunity by attending any of their workshops. CHECK IT OUT! Intro Session: Joe and Wendy offer a one-hour introductory session for $25 dollars so you can ask all the questions you may have about their wide range of expertise in sustainable practices. If you decide to take a more in-depth workshop with them, the introductory session cost will be deducted from the workshop fee. Suggested discussion topics include: Organic Gardening - Seed Saving - Bee Keeping - Soap Making - Sugaring (syrup making) - Food Preservation - Pressure Canning - Dehydrating - Smoking - Root Cellar - Cheese Making - Dairy - Animal Husbandry - Horse Farming - Primitive Shelters - Tanning Hides - Rocket Stoves - Mass Heaters - Alternative Energy - Solar - Wind - Water - Alternative Healing - Natural Health - Cob Building – Cob Ovens – Straw-Bale Building – Wild Edibles – Fishing – Archery – Bow Drill Fire Making - Flint Knapping – Spinning - Crocheting - Yoga - Sweat Lodge – Native Indigenous Peoples’ Philosophy WORKSHOPS You can enroll in any of the workshops below either for a half-day ($100 ea./ $75 ea. for 3 or more), or a full day ($200. ea./ $175 ea. for 3 or more). BUILDING SUSTAINABLY Cob building: Probably the most beautiful, natural, and efficient form of shelter ever invented. I built the largest cob house in America at the time, 30x40 with walls 2 foot thick. It also had cob interior walls and a cob floor. Although cob is probably the best long-term natural building material, it is very labor intense. Offered in half day courses that include discussion on materials involved, hands on mixing, and building a small section of wall. Advanced notice required. Cob oven: Have you ever had bread from a masonry oven? Something a conventional oven just can't reproduce. Beautiful and functional, Cob ovens are something everyone should have in their backyard. This is going to be a full day workshop! Plan on getting your feet and hands a little muddy; but, at the end of the day, you will walk away with all the knowledge you need to build your own awesome, outdoor oven. Advanced notice required. Straw-bale building: You can see my video... speaks for itself. Straw-bale is a great, quick building material that looks and feels like a cob house with only a fraction of the labor. If people realized the superior insulation value alone of the Straw-bale house, the stick house would be a thing of the past. Perfect for dry climates, like Southern California, as it's only downfall is sensitivity to moisture. Offered in full day courses that include discussion of materials, and hands on building and plastering. Advanced notice required. EATING SUSTAINABLY Wild Edibles: One of my passions! I'm always looking for ways to increase my knowledge about wild edibles, and share what I have learned. Knowing that Stinging Nettles taste like spinach, and are harmless and nutritious when lightly-steamed, could save someone's life. Learning about, and tending the wild perennial food supply, to help return balance to the Earth, is what it's all about. Offered in half-day courses which includes roaming the forest, gathering, and preparing a sustainable harvest. Fishing: The Klamath River is well known for its world-class fishing for salmon and steelhead. The infamous "half-pounders" arrive in July (anything under 3 pounds is called a half-pounder) followed by a nice run of salmon in September. Offered in half-day trips (morning or evening). Rod, tackle and bait included. Custom smoking is available if you catch the big one! SUSTAINABILITY SKILLS Archery: Wendy's parents met at an archery tournament in Southern California almost 50 years ago. Might mention that her father took the championship; so the fundamental techniques of archery were taught to her at a young age, and is something she still enjoys and practices today. Offered in half-day courses which include bow rental, arrows (handmade by Joe), and plenty of target practice. Flying target contest with flu flu arrows for a finale! Fun for all (8+), bring the whole clan for a family discount. Bow-drill fire making: What an awesome technology; rubbing two sticks together to the extreme! Making fire without a lighter is something most people can no longer do. Materials are the key... you will take home the knowledge and the bow drill you make. Offered in half-day courses. Flint Knapping: The art of flint knapping is controlled demolition of stone. It is an art that all of our ancestors engaged in at one time or another. This connection is felt on a very real level every time you produce a point out of stone. Classes include hands on learning of direct percussion, indirect percussion (Joe's favorite) and pressure flaking with primitive antler or modern copper. All tools and rock provided, with additional rock available for purchase. Offered in full or half day classes. Spinning/ Crocheting: Spinning was my favorite hobby for a while, and is a fun, productive thing to do in the evening instead of watching television. I've raised all the animal breeds of fiber (sheep, goat, alpaca) except angora rabbits, and have much experience shearing, carding, and spinning. Alpaca is by far the best, and I brought quite a bit of it with me. Wendy does the crotchet ... she's made hats, scarves, mittens, booties and blankets. Offered in half-day courses where you will see and learn the many steps involved in producing a truly homemade item; from barnyard to boutique. Soap Making: Making soap is a skill that you will never regret. Better yet, once you realize it's easy, you'll wonder why it took you so long to try it. We use only the finest oils, and consequently, produce some of the finest soap on the planet. (or at least in "Otter Space") This will be a half-day class where you will participate in each step involved, and uncover the secrets of producing excellent soap you will love to use and share. MIND, SPIRIT, HEART AND BODY Sweat Lodge/ Native Indigenous Peoples’ philosophy: Medicine Man and Woman in the New Haven Native American Church. We are well trained by a Nez Perce Medicine Man in traditional ceremony and sweat lodge. Native American's have safely guarded and protected the ancient ceremony known as the Sweat Lodge for hundreds of generations. It has stood the test of time as one of the most enlightening and purifying experiences you may ever have. We are blessed to be in a generation where the door to the lodge is finally opened to the white man; may we all be one heart belonging to the same creator. We could never charge a fee for this experience; if we did we would not be worthy to offer it. However, there is a lot of preparation and work involved to offer such an event. Therefore, we can only ask for tithes and offerings or gifts; as is traditionally accepted. Advanced notice required. Yoga: Enjoy the peace and tranquility of Yoga on the River. Practicing for 15 years in free style yoga, and a physical fitness guru, Wendy will guide you through a fun and invigorating session that will balance your mind and body for the rest of the day. Again, only tithes and offerings.
  • Super endroit! L'accès à la rivière est génial

    Bradyn2019-06-15T00:00:00Z
  • Cet endroit est absolument magique.

    Christine2019-06-13T00:00:00Z
  • C'était très amusant. Cependant, le chemin de terre met un certain temps à se lever

    Sarah2019-05-27T00:00:00Z
  • Rester dans le tipi était une expérience très cool! Vaut vraiment le détour. Le chemin de terre à travers les collines et la forêt nous a donné une vue magnifique sur la vallée sur le chemin de la place. Nous sommes restés une nuit de printemps fraîche et pluvieuse, le feu à l'intérieur du tipi nous a gardés bien au chaud à l'intérieur. Malheureusement, nous ne sommes restés qu'une nuit parce que nous faisions une randonnée à travers le pays, mais si vous avez le temps, cela semble être un endroit idéal pour débrancher et décompresser.

    MAg2019-05-18T00:00:00Z
  • Je suis resté dans le tipi par moi-même. Le plus relaxant 48 heures je me souviens. Les hôtes sont extraordinairement amicaux et l'espace vaut le coup. Très spécial.

    Gregory2018-08-09T00:00:00Z
  • Type de logement

    Chambre privée


    Type de propriété

    Gîte à la ferme


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres

    1

    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

    The health and safety of our guests, homeowners, and employees is our number one priority. Many of our vacation rentals minimize person-to-person contact with private amenities and entry via smart locks or lockboxes. Plus, each reservation is backed by 24/7 customer support and expert cleaning in line with current CDC guidelines.
    Make yourself at home at this newly upgraded two-story loft that is just beautiful and so inviting! Unwind in the spacious living room area while the gas fireplace warms up the place. The kitchenette has everything you need and more to whip up tasty meals for you and your group, so don't hesitate to put on the chef's apron and hat and treat everyone to delicious meals! What's nearby: You are located right at the start of the beautiful Berry Glen Trail which is a moderately trafficked, out and back trail that features beautiful wild flowers. It offers several activity options and is best used from April until October. Downtown Orick is two and a half miles away and is located near the mouth of Redwood Creek and surrounded by Redwood National and State Parks. Does "Jurassic Park" ring a bell to you? Jurassic Park II was filmed in the primeval Fern Canyon! Big Lagoon, Stone Lagoon, and Freshwater Lagoon are ideal for kayaking, swimming, sailing, and fishing. Things to know: Kitchenette Free WiFi You must be 25 years or older to rent this property. A damage waiver, covering up to $2,000 of accidental damage to the property or its contents, is included in the cost of your reservation.
    As a passerby driving on Highway 101, this home looks merely like a big red barn on the side of the road. Open the sliding doors and enter the home to an unexpected living space, suited for relaxation and comfort, with the bare basic amenities one would need. There is an another upstairs rental, and while guests claim they never see each other, take a moment to say Hello if you do. You never know what new friendships may develop. This home is a destination home with little to no cell service and connectivity, but rather is a place to enjoy, relax and connect with nature. Easy access on and off the highway, the yard lends itself to trees, vegetation and berries (depending on the time of year). Sometimes you will see Elk grazing right there in the yard and meadow. People often and park and admire the beautiful creatures from the road, and that can be just as entertaining to watch as the wild animals themselves. Despite the occasional onlooker, the property is quite peaceful. From the rear, left or right side of the property, there are trailheads to be found, either by walking or by car. A laminated list can be found inside the home for your use. If asked in advance, we can also email a copy to you, too. The town of Orick is just 2.5 miles south of the home. You will find a post office, a tiny market, the Palm Café (known for their pies), Edebee’s (lunch and dining), and the Shoreline deli where you can fill up with gas and get a deli sandwich to take with you hiking. A short drive north will take you to the Redwood National Forest and the Prairie Creek State Park. As short drive south and you will head to the Lagoons and beach. Stop at Kayak Zaks and rent a kayak or paddle board and hang out on the lagoons for the day or visit the City of Trinidad, 22 ½ miles south of Orick. Trinidad is a small scenic beach village with several dining establishments such as the Larrupin Café (a must!), the Lighthouse Grill, Seascape Restaurant, the Eatery, the Moonstone Winery Tasting Room and Murphy’s Market for grocery shopping. You will also find some cute shops like the Trinidad Trading Company and Windansea Gift Shop. The perfect places to grab a few souvenirs before leaving the area. If you can squeeze it into your stay after days of hiking and elk watching, the ocean views off of Scenic Drive in Trinidad are worth the stop and be sure to look for the whales in the Spring and Fall. Keep in mind that this northern coast of California is quite rural, so be prepared to be disconnected from technology from time to time. Roads are often gravel and one lane, so do not be surprised if you end up somewhere that you may need to yield to oncoming traffic. You will be engulfed in the beauty of nature and wildlife. Welcome, and enjoy!
  • Cette chambre offrait un lieu de séjour agréable et propre dans un emplacement idéal, à proximité de nombreuses randonnées.

    David2019-04-26T00:00:00Z
  • Type de logement

    Logement entier


    Type de propriété

    Appartement


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres

    0

    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

    If you're looking for the perfect setting for a memorable getaway, this beautiful farm home with ocean and beach views is calling your name! Outdoor enthusiasts will love Prairie Beach Home is it's located on 10 acres with an inviting grassy field surrounded by forests, so tranquility is assured. Gather around the firepit with your friends, roast s'mores, and share hilarious and engaging stories while admiring the scenery, or wind down in the living area while watching TV. Take advantage of the fully-equipped kitchen and treat your friends or family to savory meals or use the private gas grill to channel your inner grilling master and prepare tasty grilled meals that you can enjoy on the outdoor dining area. What's nearby: When you come here you are stepping off the busy freeway of life and entering a quiet, serene, natural setting and you decide how you want to spend your days. You are truly surrounded by thousands of acres of quiet beaches, streams, creeks, trails, lagoons, Redwoods, and the Pacific Ocean with infinite possibilities of outdoor fun. The Freshwater Lagoon is five miles south and features miles of dunes and a boat launch area for boaters and kayakers. You'll be just south of the National Redwood Park, which boasts camping sites, scenic hiking and biking trails, wildlife watching, and more! Fun annual events held locally include the Orick Rodeo which takes place in the summer, as well as the Yurok Tribe's Sumeg Village Day, a celebration of the local Native American culture held at nearby Patrick's Point State Park. Things to know: Full kitchen Free WiFi You must be 25 years or older to rent this property. A damage waiver, covering up to $2,000 of accidental damage to the property or its contents, is included in the cost of your reservation.
    Once you turn off of highway 101 onto Hufford, the environment becomes rural very fast. The road to the home is a cross between paved and gravel, and a good portion is one lane, so you may need to yield to oncoming traffic. There are the occasional potholes now and again, so please drive slowly. Every once in a while, a curious cow may have escaped its pen, so keep this in mind when going around curves, that this area is the home to livestock, children, and the occasional wandering pet. The Prairie Beach Home is a destination home for those wishing to spend quality time with loved ones in a natural environment, away from the busy city life. Cell phone service and wifi at the home is good, but there is little to no service between Crescent City and Orick and between Orick and Trinidad, and probably no service while hiking on trails or at the beach. From the home, there are stunning views of pastures, and on a clear day you can see the river meet the ocean. Despite appearances, the walk to the ocean isn’t bad, just be careful of traffic on the single lane road. A walk down the yard and roads will lend itself to vegetation and berries (depending on the time of year). Sometimes you will see deer grazing right there in the yard and pastures. Due to the rural environment, some people have seen skunks, raccoons, bear, and wild cats. These are all wild animals, and as amusing and beautiful as they may be, please view from a distance and do not feed them. The town of Orick market is roughly 1 1/2 miles from the home. You will find a post office, the Palm Café (known for their pies), Edebee’s (lunch and dining), and the Shoreline deli where you can fill up with gas and get a deli sandwich to take with you hiking, all in the town there. There are three burl shops in town. While in town itself, may seem a bit run down, please visit the burl shops. There are some talented and beautiful pieces to be found. A short drive north will take you to the Redwood National Forest and the Prairie Creek State Park. As short drive south and you will head to the Lagoons and beach. Stop at Kayak Zaks and rent a kayak or paddle board for the day and hang out on the lagoons or visit the City of Trinidad, 22 ½ miles south of Orick. Trinidad is a small scenic beach village with several dining establishments such as the Larrupin Café (a must! You will need a reservation), the Lighthouse Grill, Seascape Restaurant, Headies Pizza, The Eatery and Gallery, the Moonstone Winery Tasting Room and Murphy’s Market for grocery shopping. You will also find some cute shops like the Trinidad Trading Company and Windansea Gift Shop where you will find the perfect souvenirs before leaving the area. If you can squeeze it into your stay after days of hiking and elk watching, walk Trinidad Head, and drive down Scenic Drive in Trinidad for famous views of Luffenholtz, Camel Rock and Moonstone Beach. Be sure to look for the whales in the Spring and Fall and enjoy the lazy sea lions which are out all year. Just a reminder, this northern coast of California is quite rural, so be prepared to be disconnected from technology from time to time and prepare your maps and guides ahead of time. Welcome to our corner of the world, and enjoy!
  • Super endroit calme entouré de superbes vues.

    James2019-09-15T00:00:00Z
  • Nous avons beaucoup apprécié cette maison! Il y avait tout ce dont nous avions besoin, et nous avons ADORÉ le foyer dans la cour arrière! Notre seul problème était que nous ne pouvions pas faire fonctionner le mot de passe WiFi. L'hôte a proposé de faire le voyage pour nous aider, mais nous lui avons dit de ne pas s'en inquiéter car nous n'en avions pas absolument besoin. Dans l'ensemble, nous avons adoré notre séjour! Je vous remercie!

    Kelli2018-08-19T00:00:00Z
  • Type de logement

    Logement entier


    Type de propriété

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    5


    Chambres

    2

    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

    Comfortable and cozy Farmhouse surrounded by nature and adjacent to the trails of Redwood National Park. Perfect location for exploring the Redwood Coast. Rental has a great room, full kitchen, Queen bedroom, bath, balcony and two sleeping lofts, which are accessed by ships ladders. Lofts recommended for children age 6 and older. There is a second vacation rental on the first floor reserved by one or two persons.
    Custom architectural design, provides a light and open space with all modern conveniences, surrounded by the ancient Redwood forest, with direct access to the Park trails.
    The property is surrounded by Redwood National Park and is two miles north of the small town of Orick. Eureka is 40 miles south and Crescent City, 40 miles north.
  • Cet appartement haut dans la ferme était parfait pour notre séjour dans les séquoias! Nous avions tout ce dont nous avions besoin, et même des choses auxquelles nous n'avions pas pensé comme des jumelles! Carole était super en communication. Notre fils de 16 ans a dormi dans l'un des lofts. Je dois dire que les lofts ne devraient être utilisés que par des enfants capables qui escaladent des marches raides ou par des adultes qui aiment l'aventure. Nous avons adoré l'emplacement et nous avons passé deux jours à explorer. Temps formidable et recommandera à d'autres!

    Jennifer2019-04-25T00:00:00Z
  • Notre séjour à la grange était incroyable. L'emplacement, si proche d'Elk Prairie et de toutes les randonnées, était parfait pour nous. Les équipements (y compris la lessive pour nos vêtements de randonnée mouillés) étaient tout ce dont nous avions besoin. Les enfants ont adoré avoir leur propre grenier. Nous recommandons vivement cet endroit pour visiter le cœur des séquoias!

    Molly2019-04-11T00:00:00Z
  • Jolie ferme très proche des parcs nationaux et régionaux de séquoias. Grande base pour vos aventures! Le service et le WiFi sont inégaux mais c'est une petite ville, donc c'est à prévoir

    Madissen2019-04-07T00:00:00Z
  • Ceci est une maison unique pour profiter des séquoias. L'emplacement est génial - juste à côté de l'autoroute (bien que calme), des arbres tout autour, du wapiti dans la cour, des colibris dans les arbres et à proximité des sentiers Lady Bird Grove et Trillium Falls. La cuisine est totalement conçue pour créer n'importe quel type de repas, y compris une mijoteuse! Les deux lofts séparaient l'adolescent et l'adolescent, leur offrant ainsi des espaces hors du commun où ils pouvaient traîner avec leurs livres, dotés de puits de lumière et d'un balcon. Wi-Fi, télévision et lecteur DVD complètent la soirée en soirée. L'endroit est chaleureux et confortable. Nous avons adoré notre séjour dans les séquoias, en partie à cause de cette ferme confortable. (Nous y étions 3 nuits.)

    Phyllis2019-04-03T00:00:00Z
  • Nous avons vraiment apprécié notre séjour tranquille de 2 nuits dans cette superbe petite ferme. Nous avions tout ce dont nous avions besoin et l'attention de Carole pour la mise à disposition des commodités était évidente.

    Allan2019-03-28T00:00:00Z
  • La cabine était belle et super proche de certains grands sentiers! recommanderais certainement

    Maureen2019-03-19T00:00:00Z
  • C'est l'un de ces rares joyaux Airbnb dans un endroit très spécial. La cabine de Carole est spacieuse, ensoleillée, super bien équipée pour la cuisine gastronomique, et juste une merveille pour passer du temps. Appareils, détails architecturaux, rendez-vous tous haut de gamme et luxueux. L'accès aux séquoias est possible à pied ou en voiture, et le Pacifique bleu est une randonnée de 3 mile via la piste Skunk Cabbage un mile en bas de 101. Acheter des épiceries à Crescent City si vous voulez venir préparé (à partir de points nord). Mon mari ajoute «c'est très paisible et plein d'oiseaux»; Fille de 20 ans a adoré le loft. Séjour très relaxant et confortable.

    Laura2018-06-14T00:00:00Z
  • Très bien situé près de Redwood National Park. La maison de ferme est vraiment bien et a bien fonctionné pour notre groupe de 5. Nous avons eu un problème avec la télévision par satellite mais Carole a répondu rapidement et était un hôte formidable. Nous avons adoré le séjour.

    Mike2018-06-10T00:00:00Z
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    Logement entier


    Type de propriété

    Cabane


    Capacité d'accueil

    5


    Chambres

    3

    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

    Redwood Creek Cottage is located in the heart of Redwood National Park. A fully furnished 2 bedroom, 1 bath house is fully stocked to be your home away from home while you come to stay and play beneath the Redwood Canopies.
    A fully remodeled two bedroom home that's equipped with everything you'll need while on vacation.
  • C'est l'endroit idéal pour explorer les parcs environnants. Il est idéalement situé, d'une propreté éclatante et très confortable. Je dirais que c'est encore mieux que les photos publiées. Je le recommande vivement!

    Lucas2018-11-24T00:00:00Z
  • Belle maison. Nous avons apprécié notre séjour. La cuisine était bien équipée avec tout le nécessaire. Les enfants ont apprécié la collection de films.

    Mr. & Mrs. Krishna2018-11-18T00:00:00Z
  • Grea emplacement à tous les parcs Redwood ont à offrir. Endroit idéal pour une petite famille pour rester quelques jours. Je le recommande et reste encore!

    Jayshree2018-09-22T00:00:00Z
  • Je recommande vivement ce chalet à Orick. C'est un endroit parfait, très proche de nombreuses destinations dans la forêt nationale de Redwood. Il y a un petit marché à moins d'un pâté de maisons pour des repas faciles. Je vous recommande vivement de vous rendre au Palm Cafe (également à moins d'un pâté de maisons) pour vous offrir un petit déjeuner parfait dans une petite ville. Ce chalet était tout ce dont nous avions besoin et espéré lors de notre voyage à travers le parc national.

    Kyle2018-09-08T00:00:00Z
  • Récemment mis à jour, à quelques minutes du parc national de Redwood. Très confortable, tout ce dont nous pourrions avoir besoin et d’autres. Vous pouvez dire que beaucoup de réflexion a été faite à cet endroit. Très, très propre aussi. Nous avons énormément apprécié notre séjour.

    Carolyn2018-08-27T00:00:00Z
  • Nous avons passé un merveilleux moment au chalet de Kristina. C'était extrêmement propre et tous les meubles étaient confortables. Il est spacieux et proche de tous les endroits à visiter absolument fantastiques que nous voulions explorer. C'est sur l'autoroute 101 mais pas dans un endroit où il y a beaucoup de circulation. Il y avait un peu de bruit de voiture mais malgré tout, c'était très paisible et agréable.

    Susanna2018-07-15T00:00:00Z
  • Type de logement

    Logement entier


    Type de propriété

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    5


    Chambres

    2

    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

    This is just a beautiful campsite, off-the-grid, next to a peaceful, remote wild river and meadow. It is NOT A ROOM! You will need a sleeping bag, a tent and will need to bring your own food. This is for CAMPERS ONLY. We have no equipment for you.
    Otter Space is off the grid, through a Redwood forest and over a mountain down into the Klamath River valley. We have a 5 acre meadow, and orchard with 50 trees, peaches pears, apples, cherries, plums, pluots, apricots and grapes. We are right on the Klamath River on the Yurok reservation. It's a great place to come and recharge your internal batteries. THIS SITE IS FOR CAMPERS with their own equipment only!
  • L'espace Otter est vraiment un endroit spécial. Si vous recherchez un moment de paix entouré de beauté naturelle dans toutes les directions, cet endroit vérifie toutes les cases. Peter est un hôte réactif via l'application Airbnb si vous avez des questions. Joe et Wendy sont des hôtes hospitaliers sur place qui prennent grand soin de la propriété et de ses invités. Leurs trois jeunes enfants sont également très amusants! Le trajet vers leur propriété était amusant pour moi dans mon 4Runner. Je recommande vivement de venir en camion ou en VUS, même si j'ai déjà vu des voitures plus petites sur la route. La route menant à leur propriété est à 23 miles (environ 1 heure) de la 101; route partiellement pavée (avec de nombreux nids-de-poule) et route en partie en terre / gravier. Peter fournit des instructions faciles malgré l'absence de service cellulaire. Vous verrez sans aucun doute des animaux sauvages sur la propriété, en particulier une famille de cerfs qui paissent dans le pré. Les campings et la propriété en général sont très propres. Je n'ai pas vu de poubelle du tout. La propriété est juste le long de la rivière Klamath, qui est magnifique. Il y a aussi une cascade / un ruisseau très cool non loin de la propriété si vous marchez un peu plus loin sur Johnson Road. Le camping Morning Meadow est celui où nous avons séjourné et peut accueillir deux petites tentes. Les autres campings sont plus grands si vous avez un groupe plus important. Ils ont une douche / salle de bain qui était mieux que pratiquement tous les campings où je suis allé. Globalement, cet endroit vaut vraiment le détour. Je recommande de passer au moins deux nuits sinon plus, car vous n'aurez pas le temps de vraiment en profiter.

    Brandon2019-05-27T00:00:00Z
  • Ce fut une escapade incroyable dans la nature. Préparez-vous à une aventure sur la route de terre !! Les hôtes étaient extrêmement gentils et serviables et avoir un séjour privé sur la rivière était vraiment magique. Les chevaux errent en arrière-plan et tout ce que vous pouvez voir est la forêt. Nos enfants ont adoré, mais je suis content que nous soyons prêts parce que vous voulez y aller avec tout ce dont vous avez besoin!

    Onawa2018-08-13T00:00:00Z
  • Type de logement

    Logement entier


    Type de propriété

    Place de camping


    Capacité d'accueil

    6


    Chambres

    0

    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

    The health and safety of our guests, homeowners, and employees is our number one priority. Many of our vacation rentals minimize person-to-person contact with private amenities and entry via smart locks or lockboxes. Plus, each reservation is backed by 24/7 customer support and expert cleaning in line with current CDC guidelines.
    Featuring a homey and inviting interior decor and ambiance, a well-furnished living area plus a flatscreen TV, a fully-equipped kitchen to easily channel your inner chef and prepare one-of-a-kind meals for everyone, and even a Ping-Pong table for entertainment, the Orick Getaway is ready to host your next adventure! The expansive deck overlooking the lawn and the gorgeous forest is a great spot for relaxation. Take in the hills of Alder and Redwood, which encompass this valley. You might spot a seal or two lounging on the sandbar or fishing the mouth of Redwood Creek. This vacation rental offers guests four adult bikes in case you'd like to explore the area and take in the views. What's nearby: This getaway might be secluded, yet it's every outdoor enthusiast's dream come true! Hike on any of the countless, scenic trails among the Redwoods at Prairie Creek or enjoy a water adventure in the Humboldt Lagoons. Jump in your car and head 21 miles south to Trinidad, one of the most popular seaside towns nearby. Here you will find great dining and shopping options for all tastes. Patrick’s Point and the Klamath River are also within reach and offer more outdoor exploration. A short drive south along the highway to the Kutcher Visitors Center offers easier beach access. The Thomas H. Kuchel Visitor Center offers easy beach access and the visitor center is staffed with Rangers who can give you tips, and updates on all the local spots and trails. Things to know: Free WiFi Full kitchen without a dishwasher You must be 25 years or older to rent this property. A damage waiver, covering up to $2,000 of accidental damage to the property or its contents, is included in the cost of your reservation.
    The home is located in a very rural part of northern California. The house is right off the road and just a short drive to the highway 101. The home is ideal for those seeking to visit the State and National Parks.
  • Excellent séjour, les enfants se sont bien amusés à l'extérieur

    Joshua2019-03-17T00:00:00Z
  • Type de logement

    Logement entier


    Type de propriété

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    6


    Chambres

    3

    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

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    Nature lovers and birdwatching enthusiasts will fall in love with Oceansong Overlook! Conveniently equipped with a fully-equipped kitchen to whip up tasty meals and snacks, a inviting living space with comfortable furnishings, a wood-burning fireplace (wood provided) to warm up the place, and a 60-inch flatscreen TV, and a wrap-around covered deck that is great for relaxing while admiring the partial ocean views and total mountain views, this vacation rental is exactly what you need to truly escape from reality. Take advantage of the outdoor dining area and gas grill and make some tasty meals out on the BBQ. This house is definitely not kid-proof so if you have young ones, you will have to keep an eye on them. What's nearby: Bring your camera and binoculars! Oceansong Overlook is also a bird sanctuary and is home to migrating cliff, barn and tree swallows. Walk along the Redwood Creek Levy with the river on one side and farmlands on the other. Hike your day away at Redwood National and State Parks (RNSP), which include a plethora of world-class hiking trails including Lady Bird Johnson Grove, Tall Trees Grove, Prairie Creek, Lost Man Creek, and more! Outdoor enthusiasts will be thrilled by all the great fishing, kayaking, canoeing, standup paddleboarding, surf fishing, boating, and sailing opportunities in the nearby lagoons. Downtown Orick is a short two mile-drive east where you can find dining options, markets, convenience stores, and more! Things to know: Full kitchen Free WiFi You must be 25 years or older to rent this property. A damage waiver, covering up to $2,000 of accidental damage to the property or its contents, is included in the cost of your reservation.
    Quiet most of the year; wooded, environment overlooking freshwater lagoon. Very lush. Critters such as birds, skunks, raccoon, bears, etc. may appear. Rare, but if they do, please do not feed. This is a rural property in an wetland area, please be aware you may hear gun shots from mid-October through the month of January.
    Type de logement

    Logement entier


    Type de propriété

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    4


    Chambres

    1

    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

    The Upper Barn has a full size bottom bunk & a twin on the top. 2 people can share the bottom. It also has a fold-out couch, so 4 people can share this space. A private toilet & sink. The double Showerhouse is just down the stairs. You can hear the Klamath River at night on the other side of the meadow. We're off the grid, but have some lights at night before 10:p. No wireless. Leave virtual time at home and spend some real time with those you love!
    DIRECTIONS TO OTTER SPACE Do not use your GPS. It does not work well around here! From Southern CA, Los Angeles: North on the 405 to I-5. - After about 5 hours, take #580 West toward San Francisco/ through Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond & San Rafael, where you will hit the US#101. Continue North to Ukiah/Willits/Eureka/Arcata/Orick From SFO area: - Oakland Airport – take Hegenberger Rd North to 880North to 80/580North, cross the Richmond/San Rafael bridge ($5), and you will join US#101 North. - San Francisco Airport – take US#101 North to Ukiah/Willits/Eureka/Arcata/Orick (Fill up with gas in Arcata before you make the rest of the trip to Otter Space.) Just north of Orick, make a right turn onto Bald Hill Road taking you toward the “Lady Bird Johnson” grove of redwoods. As soon as you turn onto Bald Hill Road, check your odometer. You will be 23 miles from Otter Space. Bald Hill Road will take you eastward up the mountain. The road goes mostly uphill for the next 9 to 10 miles. There are a couple of scenic view sites on the right, where you might care to stop and check out the view. Sometimes we see Elk grazing in one of the highland meadows on the right. At about 9.5 miles, you will come to a Fire Station on your left. Veer uphill to your left onto Johnson Road. Check your odometer again. You have 13 miles to go from this point. Slow down, watch for potholes in the dirt road. Go over the cattle guard bars in the road. Stay to your left when in doubt. At 5.5 & 6 miles in, you will pass new roads on the left made by the lumber company doing some clear cuts. Make sure you are on the main road, which veers to the right in these two locations. When you get to 10 miles in on Johnson Road, there is a 90 degree turn in the road down to your left. This is called Bald Eagle Bluff by some. You may want to stop and get out and walk up onto the raised area and look down onto the mighty Klamath streched out below you. As you proceed downhill, around many curves, and approach the 13 mile mark, you will be almost all the way down to the river. Look for a red gate and fence on your right, set back as the road curves to the left. This is the Otter Space entrance. We are at 13065 Johnson Road. There is no number posted. Come on in. Park to the right of the Barn. If Joe and Wendy are not there to meet you. Walk down to the meadow and you will see their yurt across the meadow toward the river. Walk on over and introduce yourself. Their kids, Josie, Bean and Scout will probably run out to greet you! They will be there. Regular cel phones will not work on Johnson Road. You can call Joe & Wendy Moore at ( if there is an emergency. See you there! Good Luck! If you want to check out Otter Space on Earth, look for CA route 169,and go all the way to the end of the road. It ends in Johnson's Bar, CA which is on the other side of the Klamath River directly across from Otter Space. You can see the round yurt and the orchard! Interaction with guests I live in Topanga, CA, so I am at Otter Space at different time, but my co-hosts Joe Moore and his wife Wendy and their 3 kids actually live on the property. They are very friendly, down-home and helpful. You'll like 'em all! A very special family. Other things to note This is a remote site with very limited phone and wireless service. It's more of a destination than a stopping off place. It's quite wild and beautiful and the closest store is an hour away, ... the closest town is Arcata, CA and that's about an hour and a half drive. We are off the grid and must use solar or generator power to have electricity. This is an experience for most people. The 13 miles of the drive after you leave Highway 101, is on a small two lane paved road through woods and high meadows, (Bald Hills Road), and then onto a 13 mile dirt road (Johnson Road) with very few houses as it's mostly lumber company logging roads. Be prepared with food and flashlights.
    Location · Otter Space is located in Orick, California, United States. It’s 43 miles from Andy McBeth Airport. It’s 48 miles from California Redwood Coast - Humboldt County Airport. NATURE & HIKING, THE YUROK RESERVATION & JOE & WENDY'S CLASSES ON SUSTAINABLE LIVING SKILLS WILD LIFE On the Klamath River - we might see turkey vultures, golden eagles, bald eagles, merganser ducks, cormorants, King Fishers, Great Blue Heron, night heron, white heron and osprey. Forty years ago there were only 6 osprey nests on the river, due to DDT depleting the calcium in the eggs of the females. Now there are over 325 osprey nest sites on the river. Ospreys are said to be monogamous, and they migrate every year from South America. Each of the little swallows that skin the surface of the river in the morning and early evening eat more than 1000 mosquitoes a day (Yaay!) We occasionally see a harbor seal who comes upriver in the summer to avoid the competition at the mouth of the Klamath. We also have seen a family of river otters that live just downstream, and an occasional river beaver. We have never seen a sturgeon at Otter Space. Sturgeon is a fish that has been the same for 20 million years. The biggest sturgeon caught in the Klamath was in pounds, 16 feet long, 300-325 years old. They don’t mature until they’re 45-48yrs old. A female will lay 700,000 eggs in her lifetime. Only 2 will reach maturity. There is a “sturgeon hole” about 7 miles downstream where they live. Black bears - If you are lucky, you might get to see one of the timid black bears that live in the Lower Klamath area. They are not aggressive unless it is a mother bear protecting her cubs. They run the other way when they see or smell humans. We do not have any brown bears in this area. There is a cinnamon colored black bear that visits us sometimes. Please do not ever feed wild animals. We also have silver fox, chipmunks, possums, raccoons, one guest saw a very rare lynx and black-tail deer graze in the meadow in the morning and evening. We do not have poisonous snakes in the area, but sometimes there are garter snakes in the orchard. Mountain lions - are dangerous. We have never seen one, but they do live in this area. Here are the California Department of Fish and Game’s suggestions based on behavior analysis of attacks by mountain lions. Do not hike alone. Make plenty of noise to reduce your chances of surprising a lion. Go in groups, with adults supervising children. Take a sturdy walking stick: you can use it to ward off a lion. Keep children close to you. Observations of captured lions reveal that they seem especially drawn to children. Keep children within your sight at all times. - Stop! Do not run from a lion. Back away from it slowly, but only if you can do so safely, as running may stimulate a lion's instinct to chase and attack. Face the lion and stand upright. Make eye contact. If you have small children with you, pick them up so they won't panic and run. Although it may seem awkward, pick them up without bending over or turning away from the lion. - Do not bend or crouch over. Do all you can to appear larger. A person squatting or bending over looks a lot like a four-legged prey animal. Raise your arms. Open your jacket, if you're wearing one. Throw stones, branches, or whatever you can grab without crouching down or turning your back. Wave your arms slowly and speak firmly in a large voice. Never approach a lion, especially one that is feeding or with kittens. Most mountain lions will try to avoid confrontation. Give them a way to escape. Fight back if attacked. Try to stay on your feet if a lion attacks you. Lions have been driven off by prey that fights back. Some hikers have fought back successfully with sticks, caps, jackets, garden tools, and their bare hands. HIKING We are surrounded by old logging trails made by the lumber companies 80 years ago when they clear cut the old growth redwood on our side of the mountain, and now it's completely reforested with 200 ft. tall Doug Fir, Madrone, Cedar, Oak, other pine species and Pepper wood trees. The property surrounding us is mostly owned by Green Diamond Company that cuts trees for lumber and then re-forests with saplings. There are also other properties that are not clearly marked or fenced in. Mostly everyone we have met here are friendly, and we have never had any problems exploring the trails and creeks in this area, but please use discretion and politeness while hiking. If you see marijuana growing, please DO NOT HELP YOURSELF. It’s not wild, and growers do not take kindly to people helping themselves. Even if you get away with it, they may want to “teach us a lesson” at Otter Space. Please respect these wishes. The Yurok People The Yurok live on the Pacific coast of northwestern California. Many of their villages were either on lagoons or at the mouths of streams; others were along the lower course of the Klamath River. The Yurok placed great emphasis on accumulating wealth and asserting status. The wealthiest members of Yurok society owned multiple sets of dance regalia and served as hosts for ceremonial gatherings. They wore distinctive clothing, such as highly decorative basketry caps, as a means of displaying their wealth. Even their style of speech was more elaborate than the contracted version spoken by commoners. The natural resources of northwestern California were abundant, permitting the Yurok to live in permanent, year round villages. They harvested salmon, sturgeon, eel, surf fish, shellfish, sea lions, deer, elk, and acorns. Dense redwood forests provided the Yurok with wood for their distinctive split-plank houses, constructed with either single-pitched or double-pitched roofs. Redwood also was used for the manufacture of a variety of household items, such as wooden stools, storage boxes and cooking implements. Using stone adzes and wedges, Yurok craftsmen carved blunt-ended dugout canoes from large redwood logs. OTTER SPACE - JOE & WENDY MOORE SUSTAINABILITY WORKSHOPS We are so fortunate to have two people with a huge amount of experience and deep knowledge about a variety of sustainability skills living on site. Joe and Wendy Moore have been living sustainably off the land for years, (you can watch their YouTube video – search for Off The Grid in Kansas In A Straw Bale House III). They now live at Otter Space with their three children, and we have the benefit of their expertise when you come to camp. Take advantage of this unique learning opportunity by attending any of their workshops. CHECK IT OUT! Intro Session: Joe and Wendy offer a one-hour introductory session for $25 dollars so you can ask all the questions you may have about their wide range of expertise in sustainable practices. If you decide to take a more in-depth workshop with them, the introductory session cost will be deducted from the workshop fee. Suggested discussion topics include: Organic Gardening - Seed Saving - Bee Keeping - Soap Making - Sugaring (syrup making) - Food Preservation - Pressure Canning - Dehydrating - Smoking - Root Cellar - Cheese Making - Dairy - Animal Husbandry - Horse Farming - Primitive Shelters - Tanning Hides - Rocket Stoves - Mass Heaters - Alternative Energy - Solar - Wind - Water - Alternative Healing - Natural Health - Cob Building – Cob Ovens – Straw-Bale Building – Wild Edibles – Fishing – Archery – Bow Drill Fire Making - Flint Knapping – Spinning - Crocheting - Yoga - Sweat Lodge – Native Indigenous Peoples’ Philosophy WORKSHOPS You can enroll in any of the workshops below either for a half-day ($100 ea./ $75 ea. for 3 or more), or a full day ($200. ea./ $175 ea. for 3 or more). BUILDING SUSTAINABLY Cob building: Probably the most beautiful, natural, and efficient form of shelter ever invented. I built the largest cob house in America at the time, 30x40 with walls 2 foot thick. It also had cob interior walls and a cob floor. Although cob is probably the best long-term natural building material, it is very labor intense. Offered in half day courses that include discussion on materials involved, hands on mixing, and building a small section of wall. Advanced notice required. Cob oven: Have you ever had bread from a masonry oven? Something a conventional oven just can't reproduce. Beautiful and functional, Cob ovens are something everyone should have in their backyard. This is going to be a full day workshop! Plan on getting your feet and hands a little muddy; but, at the end of the day, you will walk away with all the knowledge you need to build your own awesome, outdoor oven. Advanced notice required. Straw-bale building: You can see my video... speaks for itself. Straw-bale is a great, quick building material that looks and feels like a cob house with only a fraction of the labor. If people realized the superior insulation value alone of the Straw-bale house, the stick house would be a thing of the past. Perfect for dry climates, like Southern California, as it's only downfall is sensitivity to moisture. Offered in full day courses that include discussion of materials, and hands on building and plastering. Advanced notice required. EATING SUSTAINABLY Wild Edibles: One of my passions! I'm always looking for ways to increase my knowledge about wild edibles, and share what I have learned. Knowing that Stinging Nettles taste like spinach, and are harmless and nutritious when lightly-steamed, could save someone's life. Learning about, and tending the wild perennial food supply, to help return balance to the Earth, is what it's all about. Offered in half-day courses which includes roaming the forest, gathering, and preparing a sustainable harvest. Fishing: The Klamath River is well known for its world-class fishing for salmon and steelhead. The infamous "half-pounders" arrive in July (anything under 3 pounds is called a half-pounder) followed by a nice run of salmon in September. Offered in half-day trips (morning or evening). Rod, tackle and bait included. Custom smoking is available if you catch the big one! SUSTAINABILITY SKILLS Archery: Wendy's parents met at an archery tournament in Southern California almost 50 years ago. Might mention that her father took the championship; so the fundamental techniques of archery were taught to her at a young age, and is something she still enjoys and practices today. Offered in half-day courses which include bow rental, arrows (handmade by Joe), and plenty of target practice. Flying target contest with flu flu arrows for a finale! Fun for all (8+), bring the whole clan for a family discount. Bow-drill fire making: What an awesome technology; rubbing two sticks together to the extreme! Making fire without a lighter is something most people can no longer do. Materials are the key... you will take home the knowledge and the bow drill you make. Offered in half-day courses. Flint Knapping: The art of flint knapping is controlled demolition of stone. It is an art that all of our ancestors engaged in at one time or another. This connection is felt on a very real level every time you produce a point out of stone. Classes include hands on learning of direct percussion, indirect percussion (Joe's favorite) and pressure flaking with primitive antler or modern copper. All tools and rock provided, with additional rock available for purchase. Offered in full or half day classes. Spinning/ Crocheting: Spinning was my favorite hobby for a while, and is a fun, productive thing to do in the evening instead of watching television. I've raised all the animal breeds of fiber (sheep, goat, alpaca) except angora rabbits, and have much experience shearing, carding, and spinning. Alpaca is by far the best, and I brought quite a bit of it with me. Wendy does the crotchet ... she's made hats, scarves, mittens, booties and blankets. Offered in half-day courses where you will see and learn the many steps involved in producing a truly homemade item; from barnyard to boutique. Soap Making: Making soap is a skill that you will never regret. Better yet, once you realize it's easy, you'll wonder why it took you so long to try it. We use only the finest oils, and consequently, produce some of the finest soap on the planet. (or at least in "Otter Space") This will be a half-day class where you will participate in each step involved, and uncover the secrets of producing excellent soap you will love to use and share. MIND, SPIRIT, HEART AND BODY Sweat Lodge/ Native Indigenous Peoples’ philosophy: Medicine Man and Woman in the New Haven Native American Church. We are well trained by a Nez Perce Medicine Man in traditional ceremony and sweat lodge. Native American's have safely guarded and protected the ancient ceremony known as the Sweat Lodge for hundreds of generations. It has stood the test of time as one of the most enlightening and purifying experiences you may ever have. We are blessed to be in a generation where the door to the lodge is finally opened to the white man; may we all be one heart belonging to the same creator. We could never charge a fee for this experience; if we did we would not be worthy to offer it. However, there is a lot of preparation and work involved to offer such an event. Therefore, we can only ask for tithes and offerings or gifts; as is traditionally accepted. Advanced notice required. Yoga: Enjoy the peace and tranquility of Yoga on the River. Practicing for 15 years in free style yoga, and a physical fitness guru, Wendy will guide you through a fun and invigorating session that will balance your mind and body for the rest of the day. Again, only tithes and offerings.
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    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

    The health and safety of our guests, homeowners, and employees is our number one priority. Many of our vacation rentals minimize person-to-person contact with private amenities and entry via smart locks or lockboxes. Plus, each reservation is backed by 24/7 customer support and expert cleaning in line with current CDC guidelines.
    Make yourself at home at this spacious and tastefully decorated family home set atop a quiet hillside overlooking tree lined mountain tops, the Pacific Ocean and the lush green Orick Valley, creating the perfect ambiance for a relaxing and memorable getaway. Viewcrest Retro Country Home is the perfect place to come escape the hustle and bustle of the busy work world and city life. The roomy living area offers guests comfort and elegance with its marvelous interior décor and comfortable furnishings. Cozy up to the pellet fireplace or just gaze out the large picture windows and enjoy the heart stopping views. The deck wraps around the entire North, East and Southerly sides of the house with sliding doors into the Living, Master, and Kitchen areas. The BBQ on the deck will make for many outdoor meals awaiting you! What’s Nearby: This is every outdoor enthusiast’s dream come true! You will be within minutes of the Redwood National and State Park entrance, Lady Bird Johnson Nature Reserve, Fern Canyon, Gold Bluff Beach, and the beautiful Pacific Ocean. You’ll be surrounded by thousands of acres of Redwood trees, quiet and secluded beaches, creeks, scenic hiking trails, lagoons and the Pacific Ocean! The annual Orick Rodeo takes place the 2 nd weekend in July. Nearby Patricks Point State Park celebrates the Yurok Tribe’s Sumeg Village Day in the summer months. Things to know: Full kitchen Free WiFi You must be 25 years or older to rent this property. A damage waiver, covering up to $2,000 of accidental damage to the property or its contents, is included in the cost of your reservation.
    Although remote, there is one home nearby. Close friend of the family who helps look over the property.
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    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

  • Otter Space est un endroit spécial. C'est un long trajet en voiture mais ça vaut vraiment le coup. Le trajet est magnifique. Je suggérerais 2 nuits ou beaucoup plus longtemps si vous avez le temps. La rivière est belle et les hôtes du camp Joe et Wendy sont vraiment des hôtes géniaux et très attentifs. Nos enfants se sont beaucoup amusés à jouer avec leurs enfants et à aller au bord de la piscine. Les emplacements de camping sont isolés et privés. Ce fut une belle expérience et hautement recommandé .. Je vous remercie.

    Frances2019-07-06T00:00:00Z
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    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

    This is just a beautiful campsite overlooking the Klamath River. It is NOT A ROOM! You will need a sleeping bag, a tent and will need to bring your own food. This is for CAMPERS ONLY. We have no equipment for you.
    Otter Space is off the grid, through a Redwood forest and over a mountain down into the Klamath River valley. We have a 5 acre meadow, and orchard with 50 trees, peaches pears, apples, cherries, plums, pluots, apricots and grapes. We are right on the Klamath River on the Yurok reservation. It's a great place to come and recharge your internal batteries. THIS SITE IS FOR CAMPERS with their own equipment only!
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    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

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    Otter Space Grotto River Camp
    Prix :68€/nuit
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    Otter Space is off the grid, thru a Redwood forest & over a mountain down into the Klamath River valley. With 6 different indoor locations, & 5 camp sites, we have a wide range of accommodations and prices. Our 2-story Riverview Yurt perches on a huge cedar deck overlooking the Klamath River. A spiral staircase leads to the kitchen & dining area below. Our meadow & orchard are surrounded by tall Doug Fir, Cedar & Oak where black-tail deer graze. Come relax with your family and friends.
    DIRECTIONS TO OTTER SPACE - Do not rely on your GPS. It doesn't work well around here! From Southern CA, Los Angeles: North on the 405 to I-5. - After about 5 hours, take #580 West toward San Francisco/ through Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond & San Rafael, where you will hit the US#101. Continue North to Ukiah/Willits/Eureka/Arcata/Orick From SFO area: - Oakland Airport – take Hegenberger Rd North to 880North to 80/580North, cross the Richmond/San Rafael bridge ($5), and you will join US#101 North. From San Francisco Airport – take US#101 North to Ukiah/Willits/Eureka/Arcata/Orick Fill up with gas in Arcata before you make the rest of the trip to Otter Space. Just north of Orick, make a right turn onto Bald Hill Road taking you toward the “Lady Bird Johnson” grove of redwoods. As soon as you turn onto Bald Hill Road, check your odometer. You will be about 23 miles from Otter Space. Bald Hill Road will take you eastward up the mountain. The road goes mostly uphill for the next 9 to 10 miles. There are a couple of scenic view sites on the right, where you might care to stop and check out the view. Sometimes we see Elk grazing in one of the highland meadows on the right. At about 9.5 miles, you will come to a Fire Station on your left. Veer uphill to your left onto Johnson Road. Check your odometer again. You have about 13.5 miles to go from this point. Slow down, watch for potholes in the dirt road. Go over the cattle guard bars in the road. Stay to your left when in doubt. At 5.5 & 6 miles in, you will pass new roads on the left made by the lumber company doing some clear cuts. Make sure you are on the main road, which veers to the right in these two locations. When you get to 10 miles in on Johnson Road, there is a 90 degree turn in the road down to your left. This is called Bald Eagle Bluff by some. You may want to stop and get out and walk up onto the raised area and look down onto the mighty Klamath River stretched out below you. As you proceed downhill, around many curves, and approach the 13 mile mark, you will be almost all the way down to the river. The Otter Space entrance is a red gate and fence on your right, set back as the road curves to the left. We are at 13065 Johnson Road. There is no number posted. Come on in. Joe and Wendy will leave a map on the table by the Barn if they are not there to meet you. You can walk or drive down to the meadow, up to the orchard and along the right side of the orchard fence. Continue past the orchard toward the river and you will see our new Lodge on the right where they live. Walk over and introduce yourself. Their kids, Josie, Bean and Scout will probably run out to greet you! They will be there. There is essentially no cel phone reception on Johnson Road. If you want to check out Otter Space on one of the mapping programs on your computer before you come, look for CA route 169 that runs along the Klamath river, and follow it all the way to the end of the road. It ends in Johnson's Bar, CA which is on the other side of the Klamath River directly across from Otter Space. You can see the round yurt and the orchard!
    NATURE & WILD LIFE - On the Klamath River - we might see turkey vultures, golden eagles, bald eagles, merganser ducks, cormorants, King Fishers, Great Blue Heron, night heron, white heron and osprey. Forty years ago there were only 6 osprey nests on the river, due to DDT depleting the calcium in the eggs of the females. Now there are over 325 osprey nest sites on the river. Ospreys are said to be monogamous, and they migrate every year from South America. Each of the little swallows that skin the surface of the river in the morning and early evening eat more than 1000 mosquitoes a day (Yaay!) We occasionally see a harbor seal who comes upriver in the summer to avoid the competition at the mouth of the Klamath. We also have seen a family of river otters that live just downstream, and an occasional river beaver. We have never seen a sturgeon at Otter Space. Sturgeon is a fish that has been the same for 20 million years. The biggest sturgeon caught in the Klamath was 16 feet long, 300-325 years old. They don’t mature until they’re 45-48yrs old. A female will lay 700,000 eggs in her lifetime. Only 2 will reach maturity. There is a “sturgeon hole” about 7 miles downstream where they live. BLACK BEARS - If you are lucky, you might get to see one of the timid black bears that live in the Lower Klamath area. They are not aggressive unless it is a mother bear protecting her cubs. They run the other way when they see or smell humans. We do not have any brown bears in this area. There is a cinnamon colored black bear that visits us sometimes. Please do not ever feed wild animals. We also have silver fox, chipmunks, possums, raccoons, one guest saw a very rare lynx and black-tail deer graze in the meadow in the morning and evening. We do not have poisonous snakes in the area, but sometimes there are garter snakes in the orchard. MOUNTAIN LIONS - are dangerous. We have never seen one, but they do live in this area. Here are the California Department of Fish and Game’s suggestions based on behavior analysis of attacks by mountain lions. Do not hike alone. Make plenty of noise to reduce your chances of surprising a lion. Go in groups, with adults supervising children. Take a sturdy walking stick: you can use it to ward off a lion. Keep children close to you. Observations of captured lions reveal that they seem especially drawn to children. Keep children within your sight at all times. - Stop! Do not run from a lion. Back away from it slowly, but only if you can do so safely, as running may stimulate a lion's instinct to chase and attack. Face the lion and stand upright. Make eye contact. If you have small children with you, pick them up so they won't panic and run. Although it may seem awkward, pick them up without bending over or turning away from the lion. - Do not bend or crouch over. Do all you can to appear larger. A person squatting or bending over looks a lot like a four-legged prey animal. Raise your arms. Open your jacket, if you're wearing one. Throw stones, branches, or whatever you can grab without crouching down or turning your back. Wave your arms slowly and speak firmly in a large voice. Never approach a lion, especially one that is feeding or with kittens. Most mountain lions will try to avoid confrontation. Give them a way to escape. Fight back if attacked. Try to stay on your feet if a lion attacks you. Lions have been driven off by prey that fights back. Some hikers have fought back successfully with sticks, caps, jackets, garden tools, and their bare hands. HIKING We are surrounded by old logging trails made by the lumber companies 80 years ago when they clear cut the old growth redwood on our side of the mountain, and now it's completely reforested with 200 ft. tall Doug Fir, Madrone, Cedar, Oak, other pine species and Pepper wood trees. The property surrounding us is mostly owned by Green Diamond Company that cuts trees for lumber and then re-forests with saplings. There are also other properties that are not clearly marked or fenced in. Mostly everyone we have met here are friendly, and we have never had any problems exploring the trails and creeks in this area, but please use discretion and politeness while hiking. If you see marijuana growing, please DO NOT HELP YOURSELF. It’s not wild, and growers do not take kindly to people helping themselves. Even if you get away with it, they may want to “teach us a lesson” at Otter Space. Please respect these wishes. THE YUROK PEOPLE The Yurok live on the Pacific coast of northwestern California. Many of their villages were either on lagoons or at the mouths of streams; others were along the lower course of the Klamath River. The Yurok placed great emphasis on accumulating wealth and asserting status. The wealthiest members of Yurok society owned multiple sets of dance regalia and served as hosts for ceremonial gatherings. They wore distinctive clothing, such as highly decorative basketry caps, as a means of displaying their wealth. Even their style of speech was more elaborate than the contracted version spoken by commoners. The natural resources of northwestern California were abundant, permitting the Yurok to live in permanent, year round villages. They harvested salmon, sturgeon, eel, surf fish, shellfish, sea lions, deer, elk, and acorns. Dense redwood forests provided the Yurok with wood for their distinctive split-plank houses, constructed with either single-pitched or double-pitched roofs. Redwood also was used for the manufacture of a variety of household items, such as wooden stools, storage boxes and cooking implements. Using stone adzes and wedges, Yurok craftsmen carved blunt-ended dugout canoes from large redwood logs. OTTER SPACE - JOE & WENDY MOORE SUSTAINABILITY WORKSHOPS We are so fortunate to have two people with a huge amount of experience and deep knowledge about a variety of sustainability skills living on site. Joe and Wendy Moore have been living sustainably off the land for years, (you can watch their YouTube video – search for Off The Grid in Kansas In A Straw Bale House III). They now live at Otter Space with their three children, and we have the benefit of their expertise when you come to camp. Take advantage of this unique learning opportunity by attending any of their workshops. CHECK IT OUT - INTRO SESSION - Joe and Wendy offer a one-hour introductory session for $25 dollars so you can ask all the questions you may have about their wide range of expertise in sustainable practices. If you decide to take a more in-depth workshop with them, and the introductory session cost will be deducted from the workshop fee. Suggested discussion topics include: Organic Gardening - Seed Saving – Bee Keeping – Soap Making – Sugaring (syrup making) – Food Preservation - Pressure Canning - Dehydrating - Smoking - Root Cellar – Cheese Making - Dairy – Animal Husbandry – Horse Farming – Tanning Hides – Rocket Stoves - Mass Heaters - Alternative Energy - Solar - Wind - Water – Alternative Healing - Natural Health – Cob Building – Cob Ovens – Straw-Bale Building – Wild Edibles – Fishing – Archery – Bow Drill Fire Making – Flint Knapping – Spinning - Crocheting – Yoga – Sweat Lodge – Native Indigenous Peoples’ Philosophy WORKSHOPS You can enroll in any of the workshops below either for a half-day ($100 ea./ $75 ea. for 3 or more), or a full day ($200. ea./ $175 ea. for 3 or more). BUILDING SUSTAINABLY COB BUILDING - Probably the most beautiful, natural, and efficient form of shelter ever invented. I built the largest cob house in America at the time, 30x40 with walls 2 foot thick. It also had cob interior walls and a cob floor. Although cob is probably the best long-term natural building material, it is very labor intense. Offered in half day courses that include discussion on materials involved, hands on mixing, and building a small section of wall. Advanced notice required. COB OVEN - Have you ever had bread from a masonry oven? Something a conventional oven just can't reproduce. Beautiful and functional, Cob ovens are something everyone should have in their backyard. This is going to be a full day workshop! Plan on getting your feet and hands a little muddy; but, at the end of the day, you will walk away with all the knowledge you need to build your own awesome, outdoor oven. Advanced notice required. STRAW-BALE BUILDING - You can see Joe’s video... speaks for itself. Straw-bale is a great, quick building material that looks and feels like a cob house with only a fraction of the labor. If people realized the superior insulation value alone of the Straw-bale house, the stick house would be a thing of the past. Perfect for dry climates, like Southern California, as it's only downfall is sensitivity to moisture. Offered in full day courses that include discussion of materials, and hands on building and plastering. Advanced notice required. EATING SUSTAINABLY WILD EDIBLES - One of my passions! I'm always looking for ways to increase my knowledge about wild edibles, and share what I have learned. Knowing that Stinging Nettles taste like spinach, and are harmless and nutritious when lightly-steamed, could save someone's life. Learning about, and tending the wild perennial food supply, to help return balance to the Earth, is what it's all about. Offered in half-day courses which includes roaming the forest, gathering, and preparing a sustainable harvest. FISHING - The Klamath River is well known for its world-class fishing for salmon and steelhead. The infamous "half-pounders" arrive in July (anything under 3 pounds is called a half-pounder) followed by a nice run of salmon in September. Offered in half-day trips (morning or evening). Rod, tackle and bait included. Custom smoking is available if you catch the big one! SUSTAINABILITY SKILLS ARCHERY - Wendy's parents met at an archery tournament in Southern California almost 50 years ago. Might mention that her father took the championship; so the fundamental techniques of archery were taught to her at a young age, and is something she still enjoys and practices today. Offered in half-day courses which include bow rental, arrows (handmade by Joe), and plenty of target practice. Flying target contest with flu flu arrows for a finale! Fun for all (8+), bring the whole clan for a family discount. BOW-DRILL FIRE MAKING - What an awesome technology; rubbing two sticks together to the extreme! Making fire without a lighter is something most people can no longer do. Materials are the key... you will take home the knowledge and the bow drill you make. Offered in half-day courses. FLINT KNAPPING - The art of flint knapping is controlled demolition of stone. It is an art that all of our ancestors engaged in at one time or another. This connection is felt on a very real level every time you produce a point out of stone. Classes include hands on learning of direct percussion, indirect percussion (Joe's favorite) and pressure flaking with primitive antler or modern copper. All tools and rock provided, with additional rock available for purchase. Offered in full or half day classes. SPINNING/CROCHETING - Spinning was my favorite hobby for a while, and is a fun, productive thing to do in the evening instead of watching television. I've raised all the animal breeds of fiber (sheep, goat, alpaca) except angora rabbits, and have much experience shearing, carding, and spinning. Alpaca is by far the best, and I brought quite a bit of it with me. Wendy does the crotchet ... she's made hats, scarves, mittens, booties and blankets. Offered in half-day courses where you will see and learn the many steps involved in producing a truly homemade item; from barnyard to boutique. SOAP MAKING - Making soap is a skill that you will never regret. Better yet, once you realize it's easy, you'll wonder why it took you so long to try it. We use only the finest oils, and consequently, produce some of the finest soap on the planet. (or at least in "Otter Space") This will be a half-day class where you will participate in each step involved, and uncover the secrets of producing excellent soap you will love to use and share. MIND, SPIRIT, HEART AND BODY SWEAT LODGE/ NATIVE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ PHILOSOPHY - Medicine Man and Woman in the New Haven Native American Church. We are well trained by a Nez Perce Medicine Man in traditional ceremony and sweat lodge. Native American's have safely guarded and protected the ancient ceremony known as the Sweat Lodge for hundreds of generations. It has stood the test of time as one of the most enlightening and purifying experiences you may ever have. We are blessed to be in a generation where the door to the lodge is finally opened to the white man; may we all be one heart belonging to the same creator. We could never charge a fee for this experience; if we did we would not be worthy to offer it. However, there is a lot of preparation and work involved to offer such an event. Therefore, we can only ask for tithes and offerings or gifts; as is traditionally accepted. Advanced notice required. YOGA - Enjoy the peace and tranquility of Yoga on the River. Practicing for 15 years in free style yoga, and a physical fitness guru, Wendy will guide you through a fun and invigorating session that will balance your mind and body for the rest of the day. Again, only tithes and offerings.
  • C'est un merveilleux séjour à la yourte. Nous avons passé une nuit ici et il y a de l'électricité / eau chaude mais pas de WiFi ni de téléphone portable, ce qui est un peu comme une fantaisie de vivre sur une île privée et d'être déconnecté du monde :) Assurez-vous de télécharger / mettre en cache les cartes de cette région et apportez des couvertures supplémentaires.

    Frederick2019-06-22T00:00:00Z
  • L'endroit est incroyable. Si vous suivez les instructions, vous n’aurez aucun problème à vous y rendre. Nous n'y sommes restés qu'une nuit, je recommande vivement de rester au moins 2 nuits. La maison est accueillante et confortable. Nous passons un bon moment à côté de la rivière.

    Gabriel2019-06-02T00:00:00Z
  • Super endroit!

    Don2018-08-24T00:00:00Z
  • C'est un must quand on voyage dans la région des séquoias. c'est une expérience unique. C'était vraiment le clou de mon voyage de ma famille. route un peu difficile jusqu'à la place, mais les rues sont clairement marquées, ce qui facilite les choses. les indications pour aller à la place étaient exactes, si vous les suivez, ça ira. beaucoup de choses à faire pour toute la famille. excellent endroit pour se détendre et s'évader.

    Gustavo2018-08-19T00:00:00Z
  • Faites attention aux informations sur le site Web qui disent: Ne pas suivre le GPS !!!! Restez sur Bald Hills Road jusqu'à ce que vous voyiez le panneau indiquant Johnsons Road à environ 7-8 milles de la 101. Johnsons Road sera sur le côté gauche de la route. C'était un endroit très cool pour rester. Nous étions là pour seulement deux jours complets et avons vu un aigle à tête blanche et un ours noir en amont. Idéal pour observer les étoiles si c'est clair!

    Don2018-08-17T00:00:00Z
  • Super endroit! Fais-le!

    Darrin2018-08-12T00:00:00Z
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    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

    Pumpkin Cottage is nestled in the woods at Otter Space. It's barn-shaped with a queen bed, a wood stove, a kitchen sink, a pull-out futon & an upstairs loft with a bed. You can hear the Klamath River at night, rolling along under the starry skies on the other side of the meadow. The bath house is 30 yards away, with 2 showers & toilets. Park in front of the cottage. We're off the grid. No wireless. Leave virtual time at home and spend some real time with those you love!
    DIRECTIONS TO OTTER SPACE Do not use your GPS. It does not work well around here! From Southern CA, Los Angeles: North on the 405 to I-5. - After about 5 hours, take #580 West toward San Francisco/ through Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond & San Rafael, where you will hit the US#101. Continue North to Ukiah/Willits/Eureka/Arcata/Orick From SFO area: - Oakland Airport – take Hegenberger Rd North to 880North to 80/580North, cross the Richmond/San Rafael bridge ($5), and you will join US#101 North. - San Francisco Airport – take US#101 North to Ukiah/Willits/Eureka/Arcata/Orick (Fill up with gas in Arcata before you make the rest of the trip to Otter Space.) Just north of Orick, make a right turn onto Bald Hill Road taking you toward the “Lady Bird Johnson” grove of redwoods. As soon as you turn onto Bald Hill Road, check your odometer. You will be 23 miles from Otter Space. Bald Hill Road will take you eastward up the mountain. The road goes mostly uphill for the next 9 to 10 miles. There are a couple of scenic view sites on the right, where you might care to stop and check out the view. Sometimes we see Elk grazing in one of the highland meadows on the right. At about 9.5 miles, you will come to a Fire Station on your left. Veer uphill to your left onto Johnson Road. Check your odometer again. You have 13 miles to go from this point. Slow down, watch for potholes in the dirt road. Go over the cattle guard bars in the road. Stay to your left when in doubt. At 5.5 & 6 miles in, you will pass new roads on the left made by the lumber company doing some clear cuts. Make sure you are on the main road, which veers to the right in these two locations. When you get to 10 miles in on Johnson Road, there is a 90 degree turn in the road down to your left. This is called Bald Eagle Bluff by some. You may want to stop and get out and walk up onto the raised area and look down onto the mighty Klamath streched out below you. As you proceed downhill, around many curves, and approach the 13 mile mark, you will be almost all the way down to the river. Look for a red gate and fence on your right, set back as the road curves to the left. This is the Otter Space entrance. We are at 13065 Johnson Road. There is no number posted. Come on in. Park to the right of the Barn. If Joe and Wendy are not there to meet you. Walk down to the meadow and you will see their yurt across the meadow toward the river. Walk on over and introduce yourself. Their kids, Josie, Bean and Scout will probably run out to greet you! They will be there. Regular cel phones will not work on Johnson Road. You can call Joe & Wendy Moore at ( if there is an emergency. See you there! Good Luck! If you want to check out Otter Space on Earth, look for CA route 169,and go all the way to the end of the road. It ends in Johnson's Bar, CA which is on the other side of the Klamath River directly across from Otter Space. You can see the round yurt and the orchard! Interaction with guests I live in Topanga, CA, so I am at Otter Space at different time, but my co-hosts Joe Moore and his wife Wendy and their 3 kids actually live on the property. They are very friendly, down-home and helpful. You'll like 'em all! A very special family. Other things to note This is a remote site with very limited phone and wireless service. It's more of a destination than a stopping off place. It's quite wild and beautiful and the closest store is an hour away, ... the closest town is Arcata, CA and that's about an hour and a half drive. We are off the grid and must use solar or generator power to have electricity. This is an experience for most people. The 13 miles of the drive after you leave Highway 101, is on a small two lane paved road through woods and high meadows, (Bald Hills Road), and then onto a 13 mile dirt road (Johnson Road) with very few houses as it's mostly lumber company logging roads. Be prepared with food and flashlights.
    Location · Peter’s home is located in Orick, California, United States. It’s 43 miles from Andy McBeth Airport. It’s 48 miles from California Redwood Coast - Humboldt County Airport. NATURE & HIKING, THE YUROK RESERVATION & JOE & WENDY'S CLASSES ON SUSTAINABLE LIVING SKILLS WILD LIFE On the Klamath River - we might see turkey vultures, golden eagles, bald eagles, merganser ducks, cormorants, King Fishers, Great Blue Heron, night heron, white heron and osprey. Forty years ago there were only 6 osprey nests on the river, due to DDT depleting the calcium in the eggs of the females. Now there are over 325 osprey nest sites on the river. Ospreys are said to be monogamous, and they migrate every year from South America. Each of the little swallows that skin the surface of the river in the morning and early evening eat more than 1000 mosquitoes a day (Yaay!) We occasionally see a harbor seal who comes upriver in the summer to avoid the competition at the mouth of the Klamath. We also have seen a family of river otters that live just downstream, and an occasional river beaver. We have never seen a sturgeon at Otter Space. Sturgeon is a fish that has been the same for 20 million years. The biggest sturgeon caught in the Klamath was in pounds, 16 feet long, 300-325 years old. They don’t mature until they’re 45-48yrs old. A female will lay 700,000 eggs in her lifetime. Only 2 will reach maturity. There is a “sturgeon hole” about 7 miles downstream where they live. Black bears - If you are lucky, you might get to see one of the timid black bears that live in the Lower Klamath area. They are not aggressive unless it is a mother bear protecting her cubs. They run the other way when they see or smell humans. We do not have any brown bears in this area. There is a cinnamon colored black bear that visits us sometimes. Please do not ever feed wild animals. We also have silver fox, chipmunks, possums, raccoons, one guest saw a very rare lynx and black-tail deer graze in the meadow in the morning and evening. We do not have poisonous snakes in the area, but sometimes there are garter snakes in the orchard. Mountain lions - are dangerous. We have never seen one, but they do live in this area. Here are the California Department of Fish and Game’s suggestions based on behavior analysis of attacks by mountain lions. Do not hike alone. Make plenty of noise to reduce your chances of surprising a lion. Go in groups, with adults supervising children. Take a sturdy walking stick: you can use it to ward off a lion. Keep children close to you. Observations of captured lions reveal that they seem especially drawn to children. Keep children within your sight at all times. - Stop! Do not run from a lion. Back away from it slowly, but only if you can do so safely, as running may stimulate a lion's instinct to chase and attack. Face the lion and stand upright. Make eye contact. If you have small children with you, pick them up so they won't panic and run. Although it may seem awkward, pick them up without bending over or turning away from the lion. - Do not bend or crouch over. Do all you can to appear larger. A person squatting or bending over looks a lot like a four-legged prey animal. Raise your arms. Open your jacket, if you're wearing one. Throw stones, branches, or whatever you can grab without crouching down or turning your back. Wave your arms slowly and speak firmly in a large voice. Never approach a lion, especially one that is feeding or with kittens. Most mountain lions will try to avoid confrontation. Give them a way to escape. Fight back if attacked. Try to stay on your feet if a lion attacks you. Lions have been driven off by prey that fights back. Some hikers have fought back successfully with sticks, caps, jackets, garden tools, and their bare hands. HIKING We are surrounded by old logging trails made by the lumber companies 80 years ago when they clear cut the old growth redwood on our side of the mountain, and now it's completely reforested with 200 ft. tall Doug Fir, Madrone, Cedar, Oak, other pine species and Pepper wood trees. The property surrounding us is mostly owned by Green Diamond Company that cuts trees for lumber and then re-forests with saplings. There are also other properties that are not clearly marked or fenced in. Mostly everyone we have met here are friendly, and we have never had any problems exploring the trails and creeks in this area, but please use discretion and politeness while hiking. If you see marijuana growing, please DO NOT HELP YOURSELF. It’s not wild, and growers do not take kindly to people helping themselves. Even if you get away with it, they may want to “teach us a lesson” at Otter Space. Please respect these wishes. The Yurok People The Yurok live on the Pacific coast of northwestern California. Many of their villages were either on lagoons or at the mouths of streams; others were along the lower course of the Klamath River. The Yurok placed great emphasis on accumulating wealth and asserting status. The wealthiest members of Yurok society owned multiple sets of dance regalia and served as hosts for ceremonial gatherings. They wore distinctive clothing, such as highly decorative basketry caps, as a means of displaying their wealth. Even their style of speech was more elaborate than the contracted version spoken by commoners. The natural resources of northwestern California were abundant, permitting the Yurok to live in permanent, year round villages. They harvested salmon, sturgeon, eel, surf fish, shellfish, sea lions, deer, elk, and acorns. Dense redwood forests provided the Yurok with wood for their distinctive split-plank houses, constructed with either single-pitched or double-pitched roofs. Redwood also was used for the manufacture of a variety of household items, such as wooden stools, storage boxes and cooking implements. Using stone adzes and wedges, Yurok craftsmen carved blunt-ended dugout canoes from large redwood logs. OTTER SPACE - JOE & WENDY MOORE SUSTAINABILITY WORKSHOPS We are so fortunate to have two people with a huge amount of experience and deep knowledge about a variety of sustainability skills living on site. Joe and Wendy Moore have been living sustainably off the land for years, (you can watch their YouTube video – search for Off The Grid in Kansas In A Straw Bale House III). They now live at Otter Space with their three children, and we have the benefit of their expertise when you come to camp. Take advantage of this unique learning opportunity by attending any of their workshops. CHECK IT OUT! Intro Session: Joe and Wendy offer a one-hour introductory session for $25 dollars so you can ask all the questions you may have about their wide range of expertise in sustainable practices. If you decide to take a more in-depth workshop with them, the introductory session cost will be deducted from the workshop fee. Suggested discussion topics include: Organic Gardening - Seed Saving - Bee Keeping - Soap Making - Sugaring (syrup making) - Food Preservation - Pressure Canning - Dehydrating - Smoking - Root Cellar - Cheese Making - Dairy - Animal Husbandry - Horse Farming - Primitive Shelters - Tanning Hides - Rocket Stoves - Mass Heaters - Alternative Energy - Solar - Wind - Water - Alternative Healing - Natural Health - Cob Building – Cob Ovens – Straw-Bale Building – Wild Edibles – Fishing – Archery – Bow Drill Fire Making - Flint Knapping – Spinning - Crocheting - Yoga - Sweat Lodge – Native Indigenous Peoples’ Philosophy WORKSHOPS You can enroll in any of the workshops below either for a half-day ($100 ea./ $75 ea. for 3 or more), or a full day ($200. ea./ $175 ea. for 3 or more). BUILDING SUSTAINABLY Cob building: Probably the most beautiful, natural, and efficient form of shelter ever invented. I built the largest cob house in America at the time, 30x40 with walls 2 foot thick. It also had cob interior walls and a cob floor. Although cob is probably the best long-term natural building material, it is very labor intense. Offered in half day courses that include discussion on materials involved, hands on mixing, and building a small section of wall. Advanced notice required. Cob oven: Have you ever had bread from a masonry oven? Something a conventional oven just can't reproduce. Beautiful and functional, Cob ovens are something everyone should have in their backyard. This is going to be a full day workshop! Plan on getting your feet and hands a little muddy; but, at the end of the day, you will walk away with all the knowledge you need to build your own awesome, outdoor oven. Advanced notice required. Straw-bale building: You can see my video... speaks for itself. Straw-bale is a great, quick building material that looks and feels like a cob house with only a fraction of the labor. If people realized the superior insulation value alone of the Straw-bale house, the stick house would be a thing of the past. Perfect for dry climates, like Southern California, as it's only downfall is sensitivity to moisture. Offered in full day courses that include discussion of materials, and hands on building and plastering. Advanced notice required. EATING SUSTAINABLY Wild Edibles: One of my passions! I'm always looking for ways to increase my knowledge about wild edibles, and share what I have learned. Knowing that Stinging Nettles taste like spinach, and are harmless and nutritious when lightly-steamed, could save someone's life. Learning about, and tending the wild perennial food supply, to help return balance to the Earth, is what it's all about. Offered in half-day courses which includes roaming the forest, gathering, and preparing a sustainable harvest. Fishing: The Klamath River is well known for its world-class fishing for salmon and steelhead. The infamous "half-pounders" arrive in July (anything under 3 pounds is called a half-pounder) followed by a nice run of salmon in September. Offered in half-day trips (morning or evening). Rod, tackle and bait included. Custom smoking is available if you catch the big one! SUSTAINABILITY SKILLS Archery: Wendy's parents met at an archery tournament in Southern California almost 50 years ago. Might mention that her father took the championship; so the fundamental techniques of archery were taught to her at a young age, and is something she still enjoys and practices today. Offered in half-day courses which include bow rental, arrows (handmade by Joe), and plenty of target practice. Flying target contest with flu flu arrows for a finale! Fun for all (8+), bring the whole clan for a family discount. Bow-drill fire making: What an awesome technology; rubbing two sticks together to the extreme! Making fire without a lighter is something most people can no longer do. Materials are the key... you will take home the knowledge and the bow drill you make. Offered in half-day courses. Flint Knapping: The art of flint knapping is controlled demolition of stone. It is an art that all of our ancestors engaged in at one time or another. This connection is felt on a very real level every time you produce a point out of stone. Classes include hands on learning of direct percussion, indirect percussion (Joe's favorite) and pressure flaking with primitive antler or modern copper. All tools and rock provided, with additional rock available for purchase. Offered in full or half day classes. Spinning/ Crocheting: Spinning was my favorite hobby for a while, and is a fun, productive thing to do in the evening instead of watching television. I've raised all the animal breeds of fiber (sheep, goat, alpaca) except angora rabbits, and have much experience shearing, carding, and spinning. Alpaca is by far the best, and I brought quite a bit of it with me. Wendy does the crotchet ... she's made hats, scarves, mittens, booties and blankets. Offered in half-day courses where you will see and learn the many steps involved in producing a truly homemade item; from barnyard to boutique. Soap Making: Making soap is a skill that you will never regret. Better yet, once you realize it's easy, you'll wonder why it took you so long to try it. We use only the finest oils, and consequently, produce some of the finest soap on the planet. (or at least in "Otter Space") This will be a half-day class where you will participate in each step involved, and uncover the secrets of producing excellent soap you will love to use and share. MIND, SPIRIT, HEART AND BODY Sweat Lodge/ Native Indigenous Peoples’ philosophy: Medicine Man and Woman in the New Haven Native American Church. We are well trained by a Nez Perce Medicine Man in traditional ceremony and sweat lodge. Native American's have safely guarded and protected the ancient ceremony known as the Sweat Lodge for hundreds of generations. It has stood the test of time as one of the most enlightening and purifying experiences you may ever have. We are blessed to be in a generation where the door to the lodge is finally opened to the white man; may we all be one heart belonging to the same creator. We could never charge a fee for this experience; if we did we would not be worthy to offer it. However, there is a lot of preparation and work involved to offer such an event. Therefore, we can only ask for tithes and offerings or gifts; as is traditionally accepted. Advanced notice required. Yoga: Enjoy the peace and tranquility of Yoga on the River. Practicing for 15 years in free style yoga, and a physical fitness guru, Wendy will guide you through a fun and invigorating session that will balance your mind and body for the rest of the day. Again, only tithes and offerings.
  • C'est un endroit magnifique et tranquille. J'y suis resté avec ma famille pendant 3 nuits et nous avons vraiment apprécié notre séjour. L'endroit est un peu en dehors de la grille et une destination en soi. Nous avons même aperçu un ours noir et ses deux oursons à environ 1/3 du chemin de Johnson à Otter Space. Rendre le voyage très mémorable.

    Erin2019-07-07T00:00:00Z
  • Super hôte, je recommande!

    Maxime2019-05-27T00:00:00Z
  • PAS indéfendable. Hah! La vérification orthographique de dégaine rapide pourrait déclencher un incendie! .Pour dire "Indispensable". Très utile. : ->

    Karen Lee2018-08-20T00:00:00Z
  • Type de logement

    Chambre privée


    Type de propriété

    Gîte à la ferme


    Capacité d'accueil

    4


    Chambres

    0

    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

    Where California’s Giant Redwoods Meet the Pacific Ocean Our grassy 50-acre RV park has 100 full hookups, 25 water - electric spots, and 45 tent sites. Located in the heart of two Giant Redwood National and State Parks, we offer a convenient and fun base camp for fishing and exploring all of the North Coast attractions. Our full-service river front resort offering a Swimming Pool, Hot Showers, clean restrooms, a Laundromat, General Store and RV supplies.
    Type de logement

    Logement entier


    Type de propriété

    Camping-car ou caravane


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres

    1

    Klamath, Californie, États-Unis

    Blue Cottage is nestled in the woods at Otter Space. It's barn-shaped with twin beds, a wood stove, a kitchen sink and an upstairs loft with a double bed. You can hear the Klamath River at night, rolling along under the starry skies on the other side of the meadow. There's a bath house about 30 yards away, with 2 showers and toilets. Parking is available in front of the cottage. We're off the grid. No wireless. Leave virtual time at home and spend some real time with those you love!
    DIRECTIONS TO OTTER SPACE - Do not rely on your GPS. It doesn't work well around here! From Southern CA, Los Angeles: North on the 405 to I-5. - After about 5 hours, take #580 West toward San Francisco/ through Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond & San Rafael, where you will hit the US#101. Continue North to Ukiah/Willits/Eureka/Arcata/Orick From SFO area: - Oakland Airport – take Hegenberger Rd North to 880North to 80/580North, cross the Richmond/San Rafael bridge ($5), and you will join US#101 North. - San Francisco Airport – take US#101 North to Ukiah/Willits/Eureka/Arcata/Orick (Fill up with gas in Arcata before you make the rest of the trip to Otter Space.) Just north of Orick, make a right turn onto Bald Hill Road taking you toward the “Lady Bird Johnson” grove of redwoods. As soon as you turn onto Bald Hill Road, check your odometer. You will be 23 miles from Otter Space. Bald Hill Road will take you eastward up the mountain. The road goes mostly uphill for the next 9 to 10 miles. There are a couple of scenic view sites on the right, where you might care to stop and check out the view. Sometimes we see Elk grazing in one of the highland meadows on the right. At about 9.5 miles, you will come to a Fire Station on your left. Veer uphill to your left onto Johnson Road. Check your odometer again. You have about 13.5 miles to go from this point. Slow down, watch for potholes in the dirt road. Go over the cattle guard bars in the road. Stay to your left when in doubt. At 5.5 & 6 miles in, you will pass new roads on the left made by the lumber company doing some clear cuts. Make sure you are on the main road, which veers to the right in these two locations. When you get to 10 miles in on Johnson Road, there is a 90 degree turn in the road down to your left. This is called Bald Eagle Bluff by some. You may want to stop and get out and walk up onto the raised area and look down onto the mighty Klamath streched out below you. As you proceed downhill, around many curves, and approach the 13 mile mark, you will be almost all the way down to the river. Look for a red gate and fence on your right, set back as the road curves to the left. This is the Otter Space entrance. We are at 13065 Johnson Road. There is no number posted. Come on in. Park to the right of the Barn. If Joe and Wendy are not there to meet you. Walk down to the meadow and you will see their yurt across the meadow toward the river. Walk on over and introduce yourself. Their kids, Josie, Bean and Scout will probably run out to greet you! They will be there. Regular cel phones will not work on Johnson Road. You can call Joe & Wendy Moore at ( if there is an emergency. See you there! Good Luck! If you want to check out Otter Space on Earth, look for CA route 169,and go all the way to the end of the road. It ends in Johnson's Bar, CA which is on the other side of the Klamath River directly across from Otter Space. You can see the round yurt and the orchard! . Other things to note This is a remote site with very limited phone and wireless service. It's more of a destination than a stopping off place. It's quite wild and beautiful and the closest store is an hour away, ... the closest town is Arcata, CA and that's about an hour and a half drive. We are off the grid and must use solar or generator power to have electricity. This is an experience for most people. The 13 miles of the drive after you leave Highway 101, is on a small two lane paved road through woods and high meadows, (Bald Hills Road), and then onto a 13 mile dirt road (Johnson Road) with very few houses as it's mostly lumber company logging roads. Be prepared with food and flashlights.
    NATURE & HIKING, THE YUROK RESERVATION & JOE & WENDY'S CLASSES ON SUSTAINABLE LIVING SKILLS WILD LIFE On the Klamath River - we might see turkey vultures, golden eagles, bald eagles, merganser ducks, cormorants, King Fishers, Great Blue Heron, night heron, white heron and osprey. Forty years ago there were only 6 osprey nests on the river, due to DDT depleting the calcium in the eggs of the females. Now there are over 325 osprey nest sites on the river. Ospreys are said to be monogamous, and they migrate every year from South America. Each of the little swallows that skin the surface of the river in the morning and early evening eat more than 1000 mosquitoes a day (Yaay!) We occasionally see a harbor seal who comes upriver in the summer to avoid the competition at the mouth of the Klamath. We also have seen a family of river otters that live just downstream, and an occasional river beaver. We have never seen a sturgeon at Otter Space. Sturgeon is a fish that has been the same for 20 million years. The biggest sturgeon caught in the Klamath was in pounds, 16 feet long, 300-325 years old. They don’t mature until they’re 45-48yrs old. A female will lay 700,000 eggs in her lifetime. Only 2 will reach maturity. There is a “sturgeon hole” about 7 miles downstream where they live. Black bears - If you are lucky, you might get to see one of the timid black bears that live in the Lower Klamath area. They are not aggressive unless it is a mother bear protecting her cubs. They run the other way when they see or smell humans. We do not have any brown bears in this area. There is a cinnamon colored black bear that visits us sometimes. Please do not ever feed wild animals. We also have silver fox, chipmunks, possums, raccoons, one guest saw a very rare lynx and black-tail deer graze in the meadow in the morning and evening. We do not have poisonous snakes in the area, but sometimes there are garter snakes in the orchard. Mountain lions - are dangerous. We have never seen one, but they do live in this area. Here are the California Department of Fish and Game’s suggestions based on behavior analysis of attacks by mountain lions. Do not hike alone. Make plenty of noise to reduce your chances of surprising a lion. Go in groups, with adults supervising children. Take a sturdy walking stick: you can use it to ward off a lion. Keep children close to you. Observations of captured lions reveal that they seem especially drawn to children. Keep children within your sight at all times. - Stop! Do not run from a lion. Back away from it slowly, but only if you can do so safely, as running may stimulate a lion's instinct to chase and attack. Face the lion and stand upright. Make eye contact. If you have small children with you, pick them up so they won't panic and run. Although it may seem awkward, pick them up without bending over or turning away from the lion. - Do not bend or crouch over. Do all you can to appear larger. A person squatting or bending over looks a lot like a four-legged prey animal. Raise your arms. Open your jacket, if you're wearing one. Throw stones, branches, or whatever you can grab without crouching down or turning your back. Wave your arms slowly and speak firmly in a large voice. Never approach a lion, especially one that is feeding or with kittens. Most mountain lions will try to avoid confrontation. Give them a way to escape. Fight back if attacked. Try to stay on your feet if a lion attacks you. Lions have been driven off by prey that fights back. Some hikers have fought back successfully with sticks, caps, jackets, garden tools, and their bare hands. HIKING We are surrounded by old logging trails made by the lumber companies 80 years ago when they clear cut the old growth redwood on our side of the mountain, and now it's completely reforested with 200 ft. tall Doug Fir, Madrone, Cedar, Oak, other pine species and Pepper wood trees. The property surrounding us is mostly owned by Green Diamond Company that cuts trees for lumber and then re-forests with saplings. There are also other properties that are not clearly marked or fenced in. Mostly everyone we have met here are friendly, and we have never had any problems exploring the trails and creeks in this area, but please use discretion and politeness while hiking. If you see marijuana growing, please DO NOT HELP YOURSELF. It’s not wild, and growers do not take kindly to people helping themselves. Even if you get away with it, they may want to “teach us a lesson” at Otter Space. Please respect these wishes. The Yurok People The Yurok live on the Pacific coast of northwestern California. Many of their villages were either on lagoons or at the mouths of streams; others were along the lower course of the Klamath River. The Yurok placed great emphasis on accumulating wealth and asserting status. The wealthiest members of Yurok society owned multiple sets of dance regalia and served as hosts for ceremonial gatherings. They wore distinctive clothing, such as highly decorative basketry caps, as a means of displaying their wealth. Even their style of speech was more elaborate than the contracted version spoken by commoners. The natural resources of northwestern California were abundant, permitting the Yurok to live in permanent, year round villages. They harvested salmon, sturgeon, eel, surf fish, shellfish, sea lions, deer, elk, and acorns. Dense redwood forests provided the Yurok with wood for their distinctive split-plank houses, constructed with either single-pitched or double-pitched roofs. Redwood also was used for the manufacture of a variety of household items, such as wooden stools, storage boxes and cooking implements. Using stone adzes and wedges, Yurok craftsmen carved blunt-ended dugout canoes from large redwood logs. OTTER SPACE - JOE & WENDY MOORE SUSTAINABILITY WORKSHOPS We are so fortunate to have two people with a huge amount of experience and deep knowledge about a variety of sustainability skills living on site. Joe and Wendy Moore have been living sustainably off the land for years, (you can watch their YouTube video – search for Off The Grid in Kansas In A Straw Bale House III). They now live at Otter Space with their three children, and we have the benefit of their expertise when you come to camp. Take advantage of this unique learning opportunity by attending any of their workshops. CHECK IT OUT! Intro Session: Joe and Wendy offer a one-hour introductory session for $25 dollars so you can ask all the questions you may have about their wide range of expertise in sustainable practices. If you decide to take a more in-depth workshop with them, the introductory session cost will be deducted from the workshop fee. Suggested discussion topics include: Organic Gardening - Seed Saving - Bee Keeping - Soap Making - Sugaring (syrup making) - Food Preservation - Pressure Canning - Dehydrating - Smoking - Root Cellar - Cheese Making - Dairy - Animal Husbandry - Horse Farming - Primitive Shelters - Tanning Hides - Rocket Stoves - Mass Heaters - Alternative Energy - Solar - Wind - Water - Alternative Healing - Natural Health - Cob Building – Cob Ovens – Straw-Bale Building – Wild Edibles – Fishing – Archery – Bow Drill Fire Making - Flint Knapping – Spinning - Crocheting - Yoga - Sweat Lodge – Native Indigenous Peoples’ Philosophy WORKSHOPS You can enroll in any of the workshops below either for a half-day ($100 ea./ $75 ea. for 3 or more), or a full day ($200. ea./ $175 ea. for 3 or more). BUILDING SUSTAINABLY Cob building: Probably the most beautiful, natural, and efficient form of shelter ever invented. I built the largest cob house in America at the time, 30x40 with walls 2 foot thick. It also had cob interior walls and a cob floor. Although cob is probably the best long-term natural building material, it is very labor intense. Offered in half day courses that include discussion on materials involved, hands on mixing, and building a small section of wall. Advanced notice required. Cob oven: Have you ever had bread from a masonry oven? Something a conventional oven just can't reproduce. Beautiful and functional, Cob ovens are something everyone should have in their backyard. This is going to be a full day workshop! Plan on getting your feet and hands a little muddy; but, at the end of the day, you will walk away with all the knowledge you need to build your own awesome, outdoor oven. Advanced notice required. Straw-bale building: You can see my video... speaks for itself. Straw-bale is a great, quick building material that looks and feels like a cob house with only a fraction of the labor. If people realized the superior insulation value alone of the Straw-bale house, the stick house would be a thing of the past. Perfect for dry climates, like Southern California, as it's only downfall is sensitivity to moisture. Offered in full day courses that include discussion of materials, and hands on building and plastering. Advanced notice required. EATING SUSTAINABLY Wild Edibles: One of my passions! I'm always looking for ways to increase my knowledge about wild edibles, and share what I have learned. Knowing that Stinging Nettles taste like spinach, and are harmless and nutritious when lightly-steamed, could save someone's life. Learning about, and tending the wild perennial food supply, to help return balance to the Earth, is what it's all about. Offered in half-day courses which includes roaming the forest, gathering, and preparing a sustainable harvest. Fishing: The Klamath River is well known for its world-class fishing for salmon and steelhead. The infamous "half-pounders" arrive in July (anything under 3 pounds is called a half-pounder) followed by a nice run of salmon in September. Offered in half-day trips (morning or evening). Rod, tackle and bait included. Custom smoking is available if you catch the big one! SUSTAINABILITY SKILLS Archery: Wendy's parents met at an archery tournament in Southern California almost 50 years ago. Might mention that her father took the championship; so the fundamental techniques of archery were taught to her at a young age, and is something she still enjoys and practices today. Offered in half-day courses which include bow rental, arrows (handmade by Joe), and plenty of target practice. Flying target contest with flu flu arrows for a finale! Fun for all (8+), bring the whole clan for a family discount. Bow-drill fire making: What an awesome technology; rubbing two sticks together to the extreme! Making fire without a lighter is something most people can no longer do. Materials are the key... you will take home the knowledge and the bow drill you make. Offered in half-day courses. Flint Knapping: The art of flint knapping is controlled demolition of stone. It is an art that all of our ancestors engaged in at one time or another. This connection is felt on a very real level every time you produce a point out of stone. Classes include hands on learning of direct percussion, indirect percussion (Joe's favorite) and pressure flaking with primitive antler or modern copper. All tools and rock provided, with additional rock available for purchase. Offered in full or half day classes. Spinning/ Crocheting: Spinning was my favorite hobby for a while, and is a fun, productive thing to do in the evening instead of watching television. I've raised all the animal breeds of fiber (sheep, goat, alpaca) except angora rabbits, and have much experience shearing, carding, and spinning. Alpaca is by far the best, and I brought quite a bit of it with me. Wendy does the crotchet ... she's made hats, scarves, mittens, booties and blankets. Offered in half-day courses where you will see and learn the many steps involved in producing a truly homemade item; from barnyard to boutique. Soap Making: Making soap is a skill that you will never regret. Better yet, once you realize it's easy, you'll wonder why it took you so long to try it. We use only the finest oils, and consequently, produce some of the finest soap on the planet. (or at least in "Otter Space") This will be a half-day class where you will participate in each step involved, and uncover the secrets of producing excellent soap you will love to use and share. MIND, SPIRIT, HEART AND BODY Sweat Lodge/ Native Indigenous Peoples’ philosophy: Medicine Man and Woman in the New Haven Native American Church. We are well trained by a Nez Perce Medicine Man in traditional ceremony and sweat lodge. Native American's have safely guarded and protected the ancient ceremony known as the Sweat Lodge for hundreds of generations. It has stood the test of time as one of the most enlightening and purifying experiences you may ever have. We are blessed to be in a generation where the door to the lodge is finally opened to the white man; may we all be one heart belonging to the same creator. We could never charge a fee for this experience; if we did we would not be worthy to offer it. However, there is a lot of preparation and work involved to offer such an event. Therefore, we can only ask for tithes and offerings or gifts; as is traditionally accepted. Advanced notice required. Yoga: Enjoy the peace and tranquility of Yoga on the River. Practicing for 15 years in free style yoga, and a physical fitness guru, Wendy will guide you through a fun and invigorating session that will balance your mind and body for the rest of the day. Again, only tithes and offerings.
  • Incroyable! J'aurais aimé avoir plus de temps là-bas.

    Joe2018-08-19T00:00:00Z
  • Petit chalet confortable dans les bois. Super si vous voulez partir quelques jours. C'est hors de la grille et loin de la population. L'hôte était super serviable, attentionné et connaissait très bien la région. Je reviendrais certainement pour plus de 3 jours si je reviens.

    Gago2017-09-04T00:00:00Z
  • Un endroit très spécial pour rester. J'ai adoré!

    Renske Jet2017-08-12T00:00:00Z
  • Ce n'est pas pour tout le monde, mais si cela ne vous dérange pas d'être complètement hors de la grille dans un endroit incroyablement vierge sur une belle rivière avec des mûres sauvages poussant partout, alors vous devriez en faire l'expérience. Ma femme et mes enfants ont adoré. Peter est un gars génial et il y a une famille merveilleuse qui vit sur la propriété que nous n'oublierons jamais. Merci pour les souvenirs Peter!

    Michael2017-08-10T00:00:00Z
  • Nous avons vraiment apprécié notre expérience "off the grid" dans un cadre magnifique. Nous avons été très bien pris en charge par la famille qui vit là-bas qui nous a donné beaucoup de fruits frais et légumes. Nous avons aussi fait de la pêche dans la rivière et nous sommes promenés dans la propriété. En termes de «hors réseau», il n'y a pas de service cellulaire ni de wifi. Il y a un générateur, donc nous avons eu de l'électricité pendant quelques heures le soir. La salle de bain partagée était agréable, propre et fonctionnelle ... Il y avait un poêle au propane dans le chalet, avec quelques casseroles et poêles alors la cuisine est certainement une option, même si nous n'avons pas fait. Merci pour une expérience mémorable!

    Priya2017-07-15T00:00:00Z
  • C'était une incroyable cabine isolée relaxant. J'ai tout aimé de la cabine elle-même de Le lit mezzanine et des instruments de musique aux assiettes en bois et à la cuisine confortable. L'accès à la rivière était incroyable et l'hôte et la famille sur place étaient très accueillants et disponibles pour répondre à de nombreuses questions. Mes 10 ans et 8 ans sont toujours en train de mendier pour y retourner. Nous avons l'intention de visiter à nouveau.

    Katherine2017-06-21T00:00:00Z
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    0

    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

    This is just a beautiful campsite, off-the-grid, next to a peaceful, remote wild river and meadow. It is NOT A ROOM! You will need a sleeping bag, a tent and will need to bring your own food. This is for CAMPERS ONLY. We have no equipment for you.
    Otter Space is off the grid, through a Redwood forest and over a mountain down into the Klamath River valley. We have a 5 acre meadow, and orchard with 50 trees, peaches pears, apples, cherries, plums, pluots, apricots and grapes. We are right on the Klamath River on the Yurok reservation. It's a great place to come and recharge your internal batteries. THIS SITE IS FOR CAMPERS with their own equipment only!
  • Je recommande vivement de séjourner ici, surtout si vous aimez être à l'extérieur. La rivière est belle, il y a une belle prairie où courir et notre camping est ombragé et confortable. Nous avons passé un excellent séjour et notre enfant de quatre ans nous a demandé si nous pouvions nous y installer :). Quand nous serons de retour dans la région, nous reviendrons ici! Merci pour un week-end incroyable !!

    Casey2019-07-06T00:00:00Z
  • Le terrain est très spacieux et la rivière est proche des campings. C'était incroyable d'être dans les bois et on se sentait toujours comme à la maison. Jo, l'hôte et sa famille sont très accueillants et attentionnés. Prenez votre temps et profitez de la route, il y a tant de belles perspectives où vous pourrez admirer la vue ou regarder les étoiles. Cela en vaut la peine, même si vous finissez par passer la nuit et passer à autre chose. Un tel endroit spécial.

    Rosalind2019-06-09T00:00:00Z
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    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

    Otter Space is off the grid, thru a Redwood forest & over a mountain down to the Klamath River, a great space for weddings, anniversaries, family, school, church or corporate gatherings or reunions. We have 6 different indoor locations, and 5 Camp Sites at Otter Space. Our Main House dining hall & full kitchen are for meals. Wander on our 5 acre meadow thru our apple/pear/peach and cherry orchard, down to our wild river frontage. Come renew friendships & recharge your internal batteries.
    The Otter Space Conference Center was purchased in 2002 by Dr. Peter Alsop as a place of peace and healing, where human service professionals come to train with Dr. Alsop and learn how to help children and families cope with issues such as chemical dependency, loss and grief, child abuse and trauma. We are located on the Yurok Indian reservation on the Klamath River outside Orick, CA. The name Otter Space comes from a family of otters that live just down river. It’s also combination of“Artist’s Space” and “Outer Space” and implies the importance of thinking “out of the box”, valuing music and the arts in healing, and living our lives fully, so we can pass our Earth on to our children along with a set of sustainable living skills and personal interactive abilities that might help them survive into the future. Our Main House was built in 1952 and retains the flavor of the 50’s. It houses a kitchen, dining hall, a living room, two bedrooms and a bathroom with a bathtub and shower. The Barn is for staff only. It has an office bedroom and a storage room upstairs & a garage/toolshop below. At the river, our spacious Two-story Klamath Riverview Yurt which sleeps 7, perches on a 50 x 50 foot deck overlooking the wild Klamath River. Luscious to sit outside and watch the river flow by during the day, & to let the water lull you to sleep at night. Down the spiral staircase to our Kitchen, stocked with pots, pans, plates, dishes and cutlery for 6-7, as well as a dining area under the deck. The private shower and bathroom is fully equipped and has a picture window overlooking the river. The 30' circular structure was originally set up as a conference meeting room, which morphed into a home for a family of 5 for two years, and is now available for you and your family or friends to stay at Otter Space for a long weekend of "off the grid" relaxation, hiking, and playing in the river. For families, old friends, folks who like to fish, or just for a very special get-away. Our hosts, Joe and Wendy Moore and their three children live in The Lodge, their log cabin home by the river. They live sustainably off the land and offer workshops on a number of sustainable practices. They will be available to help. They also have emergency phone service to the outside world, emphasis on “emergency”. We have plenty of places to camp. Our Maple Riverview and Pepperwood Riverview tent sites overlook the gorgeous Klamath River. Our Orchard Meadow, Morning Meadow, and Deer Meadow tent sites each have a picnic table and a fire pit and are close to our 5 acre meadow, where black tail deer graze in the evenings. Our Blue & Pumpkin Cottages each sleep 4-5 comfortably and are close to the shower house and toilets. They have hot and cold running water, a propane cook top, and a wood stove for heat. They do NOT have electric refrigeration, (we use ice chests!). We have beds with mattresses, blankets, pillows, towels and clean bedding. Our Double Yellow Shower House has two separate sides, each with a toilet, sink and shower with on demand hot water, so folks don't have to wait. There are outhouses at the bottom of the road to the meadow, for use by Maple Riverview, Orchard Meadow & Morning Meadow camps, and a second one in the far corner of the meadow for Pepperwood Riverview, the Riverview Teepee and the Dear Meadow Camp. Feel free to pee outside (with discretion if there are other campers present). For any solid waste, please use the appropriate accommodations. Any campers can use the shower house. Please be considerate of others.
    There are very few neighbors in this area. The Yurok village of Wautek is directly across the river from Otter Space. (The non-native name for Wautek is Johnson’s Bar, which used to be a trading post. Ships could get into the mouth of the Klamath and they would send boats upstream to trade with the Yurok for pelts and fish, etc. In the late 1800’s silt build up made it impossible for trading vessels to come into the river, so the trading dried up.) We also have a couple of neighbors who live on the property next to our meadow on the other side of our organic fruit orchard. Please use our path ways to travel, and respect the privacy and tranquility of our neighbors by not keeping late hours or playing loud music.
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    Capacité d'accueil

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    Chambres

    10

    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

    This is just a beautiful campsite overlooking the Klamath River. It is NOT A ROOM! You will need a sleeping bag, a tent and will need to bring your own food. This is for CAMPERS ONLY. We have no equipment for you.
    Otter Space is off the grid, through a Redwood forest and over a mountain down into the Klamath River valley. We have a 5 acre meadow, and orchard with 50 trees, peaches pears, apples, cherries, plums, pluots, apricots and grapes. We are right on the Klamath river on the Yurok reservation. It's a great place to come and recharge your internal batteries. THIS SITE IS FOR CAMPERS with their own equipment only
    Type de logement

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    Type de propriété

    Place de camping


    Capacité d'accueil

    6


    Chambres

    0

    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

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    Otter Space Maple River Camp
    Prix :68€/nuit
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    - Otter Space is off the grid, thru a Redwood forest & over a mountain down into the Klamath River valley. With 6 different indoor locations, & 5 camp sites, we have a wide range of accommodations and prices . Our Main House built in 1952 retains the flavor of the 50’s, with a full kitchen with new hardwood flooring, a large, airy dining hall, a living room, two bedrooms and a bathroom with a bathtub and shower. You also have full access to our wild river front, meadow & orchard. Come relax!
    The Otter Space Conference Center was purchased in 2002 by Dr. Peter Alsop as a place of peace and healing, where human service professionals come to train with Dr. Alsop and learn how to help children and families cope with issues such as chemical dependency, loss and grief, child abuse and trauma. We are located on the Yurok Indian reservation on the Klamath River outside Orick, CA. The name Otter Space comes from a family of otters that live just down river. It’s also combination of“Artist’s Space” and “Outer Space” and implies the importance of thinking “out of the box”, valuing music and the arts in healing, and living our lives fully, so we can pass our Earth on to our children along with a set of sustainable living skills and personal interactive abilities that might help them survive into the future. PARKING You may want to drive your camper van or smaller RV to the campsite. Depending on the size of your vehicle, you may be able to park in the meadow, next to your camp, or up at the main house, and pitch your tent in the site you’ve reserved. TIMES Please clean up and check out of your site by 11:am on the day of your departure. You can check in by 2:pm on the day of your arrival. CLIMATE & THE KLAMATH Otter Space is in what many call the “banana belt” of the Humboldt rain forest. Plan on bringing layers of clothing as temperatures can go from hot and warm during the day, to quite cool and even cold after dark. The Klamath River is swift moving (usually about 7 knots, and strong). It runs 286 miles from Klamath Falls, OR to the sea. There are four tributaries: the Scott, Shasta, Trinity and Salmon Rivers. Swimming in the summer months is delicious. We have mostly pebbly beaches and a sandy spot upstream near a big rock outcropping that we use for diving. The river is chilly until late June and it cools down again in late September. We can get snow in the winter. COMMUNICATIONS We are in a remote area and do not have easy access to telecommunications systems. Regular cel phones do not work at Otter Space. This is not an inconvenience; it’s an opportunity to notice how dependent we have become on our electronic connections! We suggest that you make arrangements to be entirely unreachable while you are in Otter Space, and see if the world can get by without your assistance. If someone needs to reach you in an emergency, they can call 913. 424. 8370. and leave a message. We will check messages at least once a day. This number is a special cel phone and outgoing calls will be made for emergencies only. If you need first aid beyond your own resources, please find Joe or Wendy, as they both have training in alternative medicines and will have some supplies or resources that could help. They can also call for outside help if you need that. In extreme situations, we can call Humboldt CHP at 707. 268. 2000. They will dispatch the first available medevac helicopter, and will know which hospital is available; Mad River Hosp., Arcata// St. Joseph's Hosp., Eureka// or Sutter Coast Hosp., Crescent City. Sutter Hospital can arrange a fixed wing airplane medevac from one of these sites to other facilities for treatment beyond what is offered locally. FOOD & WATER Please bring your own food, as the nearest market is an hour away in Orick. All the local people drink the local water, including Joe & Wendy and their kids and our other neighbors. It’s fine for bathing or cooking, but if you are at all nervous about drinking the water here, please pack in your own water for drinking. Please keep food and garbage out of the reach and smell of animals so we don’t have animal visitors at night. GARBAGE If you pack it in, please pack it out when you leave. FIRES Depending on the time of year, cooking fires are permissible in the fire pits provided. Please NO bonfires. Please self-regulate, as we don’t want to have to be “parental”. Thanks. We have firewood in the forest around the meadow for use for cooking fires, and there is a “burn pile” full of aged fruit tree trimmings that we’ve elected to leave for campers to cut up and use for fires. If you forget your saw, cut firewood is available for purchase. PETS Please leave pets at home. WILDLIFE On the Klamath River - we might see turkey vultures, golden eagles, bald eagles, merganser ducks, cormorants, King Fishers, Great Blue Heron, night heron, white heron and osprey. Forty years ago there were only 6 osprey nests on the river, due to DDT depleting the calcium in the eggs of the females. Now there are over 325 osprey nest sites on the river. Ospreys are said to be monogamous, and they migrate every year from South America. Each of the little swallows that skin the surface of the river in the morning and early evening eat more than 1000 mosquitoes a day (Yaay!) We occasionally see a harbor seal who comes up river in the summer to avoid the competition at the mouth of the Klamath. We also have seen a family of river otters that live just downstream, and an occasional river beaver. We have never seen a sturgeon at Otter Space. Sturgeon is a fish that has been the same for 20 million years. The biggest sturgeon caught in the Klamath was in 1936, 12,050pounds, 16 feet long, 300-325 years old. They don’t mature until they’re 45-48 ysars old. A female will lay 700,000 eggs in her lifetime. Only 2 will reach maturity. There is a “sturgeon hole” about 7 miles down stream where they live. Black bears - If you are lucky, you might get to see one of the timid black bears that live in the Lower Klamath area. They are not aggressive unless it is a mother bear protecting her cubs. They run the other way when they see or smell humans. We do not have any brown bears in this area. There is a cinnamon colored black bear that visits us sometimes. Please do not ever feed wild animals. We also have silver fox, chipmunks, possums, raccoons, one guest saw a very rare lynx and black-tail deer graze in the meadow in the morning and evening. We do not have poisonous snakes in the area, but sometimes there are garter snakes in the orchard.
    We are very remote. We have one close neighbor with adjoining property.
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    Type de propriété

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    Capacité d'accueil

    7


    Chambres

    2

    Orick, Californie, États-Unis

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