Move over tents and dirt and mosquitos, make room for luxury campsites, tree houses, cabins on ocean cliffs and spa treatments in the wilderness. Brian and Thuy travel the Bay Area in search of non traditional camping gems.

VIDEO: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4


Post Ranch Inn
47900 Highway 1
Big Sur, CA 93920
(831) 667-2200

Safari West
3115 Porter Creek Road
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
(707) 579-2551

2001 Rossi Road
Pescadero, CA 940560
(650) 879-1100

Windsong Cottage Guest Yurt
25 McDonald Lane
Pt Reyes Station, CA
(415) 663-9695

The Blackthorne
266 Vallejo Avenue
Point Reyes Station, CA 94956
(415) 454-5515

Big Basin Tent Cabins
Off of 236/Big Basin Way
In Big Basin Redwoods Park
(831) 338-4745

Treebones Resort
71895 Hwy 1
Big Sur, CA 93920
(805) 927-2390

Steep Ravine Campgrounds
Mount Tamalpais SP
801 Panoramic Highway
Mill Valley CA 94941
(415) 388-2070

Comments (4)
  1. Kitty Nikolai says:

    Your 5 Star Camping show is wonderful, but why is there a horse at Costanoa with a bloody gash on his face which obviously has not even been cleaned? Seriously??

  2. Gerrie Hennessy says:

    Your 5 StCamping show was great! Now that my husband and I have become Senior campers, we plan to check out some of the sites. We love your show!!!!

  3. Mel says:

    My wife & I stayed at Safari West a week ago , We loved it, staff very helpful & friendly, the bbq was fabulous and the animals amazing. Thanks Eye On The Bay for turning us on to such a treat. We’re going back in the spring when it’s all green & the wild flowers are out too. Loved sitting on the deck, doing nada at our tent. By the way, if anyone reads this. The tents are large most impressive, shower, everything you need. You don’t sleep in because that birds are singing away. We didn’t miss the TV, radio, or cell phone.


  4. Dan Barbano says:

    Loved the show. Hope you do more like this…..serious getaways to nature.
    I was surprised you didn’t include The Sea Ranch Lodge in NW coastal Sonoma County.