We created a little "glamping" spot for our friends at the amphitheater,
so the name came naturally!
All of the comforts without the work - we took care of almost everything you need for a relaxing getaway.
Large canvas tent with king bed
Two comfortable cots
Room to set up another tent
Solar power- charging station, cafe lights, small fan
Two rechargeable lanterns
Sink area with running water (cold only), soap for dishes.
Cooking area, two burner camp stove (propane-we provide)
Pots, pans, utensils, plates, cups…
Cooler (BYO Ice)
Table, 4 chairs, 4 camp chairs
Showers with hot water (at barn)
Pillows, blankets, sheets. The bed is king-size, but you can use flat Queen sheets to lay over the protective sheet.
Personal items (biodegradable soaps only), towel, bug spray
Food, drinks, ice (the cafe has ice in Coulterville/open till 5p)
Dish towels or paper towels
Kim's father Phil has spent more than twenty years building hiking trails for the Tahoe Rim Trail and Pacific Crest Trail. He was one of the first to be honored with the title Master Trail Builder for the Tahoe Rim Trail, and received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the PCT. He designed the trail and built it with se