Enchanted Forest Cosmo Site

Occidental, California

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The Enchanted Forest Cosmo Campsite is good for groups of 4 people. Set in an old growth redwood grove looking to the west across a pasture. You'll have the best views of the animals as they graze, and they might even walk right through your campsite in the early morning hours! You can always help us feed them at 7:30 AM or 4:30 PM. Don't forget your flashlight! The compost toilet and outdoor shower nearby the yurt may be utilized by Shanti Pond and Forest campers. The campfire is also communal and campers may come and enjoy it until 9-10 PM, unless you and the yurt guests mutually decide otherwise. Please feel free to introduce yourselves to the yurt guests. Also, we recommend all guests unload and then park below in the horse arena for the best feeling of isolation in nature.

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