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Big Bend Lodge is a small 1940s resort that sits on a remote and idyllic section of the South Fork of the Eel River in Mendocino County. Cabins are still cozy and comfortable places to prepare meals, relax, shower and sleep after a long day playing in the river or exploring the towering redwood groves and other nearby attractions.
This 14-acre resort abuts the Mendocino National Forest and offers rentable cabins and accommodations for camping and RVs. There is ample wilderness to explore, rivers to splash in, and even a pasture for horse boarding.
Deep in the heart of Anderson Valley, Blackbird Farm offers an experience like no other with a farm stay on hundreds of acres of pristine land.
Redwood cabins beneath towering Douglas firs and mighty madrones, complete with cozy down quilts, a large light-filled commercial kitchen, lovely young folks working diligently, a flower infused vegetable garden, farm animals, chairs in the shade of the old apple trees, hammocks in which to lie, star studded night-time skies, shapely rocks on which to enjoy the summer sun, or from which to jump into the cool clear water of the Eel River, and colorful lines of laundry along the fence, waving in the afternoon breeze.
Jug Handle Creek Farm and Nature Center is a nonprofit nature education center and overnight lodging facility that serves as a gateway to Jug Handle State Reserve and the world's largest intact Pygmy Forest Ecological Staircase. The 39 acres include a native plant nursery, community gardens, forests, meadows, and nature trails.