Creekside Large Safari Tent for a Luxury Camping Getaway near the Desolation Wilderness, Placerville, CaliforniaPlacerville, California (United States)
Creekside Large Safari Tent for a Luxury Camping Getaway near the Desolation Wilderness, Placerville, California
Perched right on the bank of Weber Creek, this large safari tent is located at a family-friendly glamping site near the Desolation Wilderness, California, and can accommodate four guests for a luxury camping getaway to a peaceful natural setting. Inside the canvas tent, guests will find a queen-size bed, a set of twin-over-twin bunk beds, a kitchen table with four chairs, a rocking chair, and a wood-burning stove, all of which are set on top of a wooden platform adorned with rugs. The tent has electric outlets for charging devices. Linens and towels are provided.
Outside, guests will find a covered porch with a pair of armchairs and a propane fire pit. The glamping site's shared lodge is just a short walk away, where guests will find bathrooms with changing tables, diaper pails, flush toilets, and showers that are cleaned daily. The lodge also features a ping-pong table, a collection of games and game tables, a kitchen, a Keurig coffeemaker, a hot water kettle, indoor dining tables, and covered outdoor picnic tables.
Other shared amenities include a barbecue area with propane grills, charcoal grills, and a cooking griddle; a cool room for bear-proof food storage, and a campfire bowl with bench seating. Also located on the property are hiking trails, a basketball court, a volleyball court, a cornhole court, a playground with swing sets and a seesaw, and equipment for enjoying outdoor games on the site's meadow, such as a tug-a-war rope, gunny sacks, baseballs, gloves, and a soccer net.
Dogs/animals are not allowed in the large safari glamping tents.
Around the glamping site, guests will enjoy shared access to a variety of family-friendly facilities and amenities. At the site's lodge, guests will find a ping-pong table, a collection of games and game tables, a kitchen, a Keurig coffeemaker, a hot water kettle, indoor dining tables, covered outdoor picnic tables, and bathrooms with changing tables, diaper pails, flush toilets, and showers that are cleaned daily.
For outdoor recreation, the site provides guests with hiking trails, a basketball court, a volleyball court, a cornhole court, a playground with swing sets and a seesaw, and equipment for enjoying outdoor games on the site's meadow, such as a tug-a-war rope, gunny sacks, baseballs, gloves, and a soccer net. Between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day, part of Weber Creek is dammed so that guests can enjoy floating in it.
Other shared amenities include a cool room for bear-proof food storage, a campfire bowl with bench seating, and a barbecue area with propane grills, charcoal grills, and a cooking griddle.
Outside of the accommodation, guests will find a private propane fire pit, for which one complimentary five-gallon propane tank is provided. Additional tanks can be purchased for an extra fee.
- Shared Barbecue
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
- Dining room
- Game room
- Dining table
- Response rate: 100%
- Response time: Within 1 day
- Joined in 2018
- More than 20 bookings
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Check-in: 04:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
Some spaces are shared
Smoking is not permitted at the site due to wildfire risks.
Check-in is between 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
Placerville, California (United States)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Wine tasting
- Wildlife watching
Right at the glamping site, guests can enjoy hiking on the trails, swimming in Weber Creek, and playing volleyball and basketball on the courts. For more hiking, guests can head to the Desolation Wilderness, El Dorado National Forest, and the Tahoe Rim Trail, which can also be used for horseback riding and biking. While hiking in these areas, guests can also enjoy many opportunities for wildlife viewing and birdwatching, with species such as mule deer, black bears, coyotes, porcupines, badgers, bobcats, yellow-bellied marmots, Clark's nutcrackers, and mountain bluebirds to spot.
Guests interested in horseback riding can go on guided rides through Camp Richardson Corral, Cascade Stables, and Paradise Ranch Equestrian Center. For whitewater river rafting, kayaking, and canoeing, guests can head down the South Fork American River, with rentals, tours, and lessons available through more than two dozen local outfitters. Fishing can be enjoyed right on Weber Creek or the many streams that crisscross Dorado National Forest and the Desolation Wilderness.
In the winter, guests will find trails for cross-country skiing right in the surrounding El Dorado County, with more trails for both cross-country skiing and snowmobiling to be found around Lake Tahoe and Hope Valley. For downhill skiing and snowboarding, guests can visit Heavenly Mountain Resort, Sierra-at-Tahoe, and Kirkwood Mountain Resort.
For wine tasting, guests can visit the many wineries that dot El Dorado County, some of which can be found among the ranches of Apple Hill. For shopping and dining, guests will find a variety of shops, restaurants, eateries right in downtown Placerville, where they can also attend special events such as the Third Saturday Art Walk and the Bell Tower Brewfest.
Last but not least, El Dorado County was one of the epicenters of the Gold Rush, and its historical connections to the era are retained and can still be experienced today at attractions such as Marshall Gold Discovery Historic Park, Gold Discovery Museum and Visitor Center, and Gold Bug Park.