The accommodations at Oz Farm are divided into two general categories:

The Main Camp consists of five cabins, two yurts and a bedroom on the ground floor of the Community House. All these accommodations are on the north side of the Garcia River, as is the Community House, and are accessible throughout the entire guest season.

While each of these cabins and the yurt has its own cold running water, wood-burning stove, and outhouse, they are dependent on the amenities of the Community House for kitchen, dining, and hot-water bathing facilities.

The Domes, a double-dome geodesic structure perched over the south bank of the Garcia River, is accessible to guests via a small seasonal footbridge only from early June through mid-October. The Domes can function as a fully self-contained facility separate from the Community House: it has its own large living space, fully equipped kitchen, indoor flush toilet, and hot-water bath (bathtub and outdoor shower).

We have found that groups of 18 or fewer work best in the Main Camp and eight or fewer in the Domes. A surcharge applies to groups over these limits (Rates).


Sleeping Capacity Details:

Main Camp: Cabins will actually hold more people than the numbers below indicate, but the camp runs best if numbers kept to recommendations.
Please note that the barn, including the library, is not to be used as sleeping quarters.

  • Liberty sleeps 3-4—two double beds in separate rooms and one single bed; loft futon.
  • Sunset Yurt sleeps 2-3— one double bed and one single bed in the same room.
  • Rainbow sleeps 2—one double bed and loft futon.
  • Springhouse sleeps 3-4—two double beds in same room and loft futon.
  • Tower sleeps 2—one double bed upstairs and one double bed downstairs.
  • Redwood Cabin - Close to Community House with parking available - 2 double beds and a single futon in loft.
  • Tai Chi Yurt sleeps 4—two double beds.
  • Community House sleeps 2—one double bed in “Admiral's Cabin” under deck.

Domes: Sleeps 8 in 5 double beds.


Important General Information:

Things to bring: sleeping bag and/or your own linens and blankets for beds, towels, flashlights, warm clothes, extra shoes, and in rainy season (usually the non-summer months), rain gear and waterproof boots or footwear. Among the many “optional but recommended” items are binoculars, hiking boots, walking stick, and sturdy walking sandals for wading the river in the summer.

No firearms please. There is a surcharge for dogs and dogs must be leashed.

Help keep Oz Farm clean! Please leave the premises in the clean condition you found them.

 

Printable Map of Oz-Farm
Click the image above for printable map (pdf)

New Sunset Yurt for 2010 Retreat Season
Sunset Yurt will be available for guests in the 2010 retreat season

Oz Farm Sunset Yurt Inside
Sunset Yurt Inside
Barn interior showing newly refinished floor and stage in place, spring 2009
Barn interior showing newly refinished floor and stage in place,
spring 2009
Oz Farm Retreat community house
Community House
Oz Farm Retreat and Cabin Rental Mendocino County California view of the Domes cabin from the field.

The Domes       

Oz Farm Retreat and Cabin Rental Mendocino County California view of Liberty cabin. Oz Farm Retreat and Cabin Rental Mendocino County California view of Springhouse cabin.
 
Liberty Cabin
Springhouse Cabin
Oz Farm Retreat and Cabin Rental Mendocino County California view of the Yurt cabin.
Oz Farm Retreat and Cabin Rental Mendocino County California view of Rainbow cabin. Oz Farm Retreat and Cabin Rental Mendocino County California view of Tower cabin.
Tai Chi Yurt
Rainbow Cabin
Tower Cabin
Looking out into the forest from Redwood Cabin Front door of redwood Cabin
Looking out into the forest from Redwood Cabin Front door of redwood Cabin
     
     

P.O. Box 244, Point Arena, CA 95468 ~ 415-626-8880 Reservations ~ 707-882-3046 Farm ~ ozfarmllc@aol.com