A stay at Shelterwood Campground in Healdsburg, California combines the indulgences of wine country with a majestic forest bordering the coastal redwoods. The campground’s wonder is wrapped in canvas, with pre-set canvas platform tents awaiting your arrival. You could call it glamping, or just camping with ease.

What You Get With Camping Reservations at Shelterwood

canvas camping tent situated between trees in a california redwood forest

Tent platforms are nestled among 400 acres of woodland. © Shelterwood Campground, 2019.

Shelterwood Campground is one you won’t soon forget. Canvas tents are arranged for cozy camping in the middle of a 400-acre sustainable and family-owned timberland. Each tent is built on a platform deck and comes outfitted with beds and bedding. Communal fire pits bring everyone together outside.

With three tent cabins, two king-sized beds, and one queen-sized, the Juniper Ridge Site is ideal for an intimate family or friends reunion. You can even claim the whole facility for a campground wedding, immersed in a stunning forest canopy.

Campers can swim in Mill Creek and enjoy miles of hiking trails just outside of the camping quarters. Or plop yourself down in an Adirondack chair and do nothing at all.

The price tag for a night at Shelterwood is not small. At $185 per night, you are getting unique access to private land and luxury amenities. Online reviews rave about how Shelterwood combines the comforts of home with the kind of star-lit sky you only find when you venture into nature.

white bedding covers large bed inside of canvas glamping tent, featuring modern furniture and furs

The canvas tents at Shelterwood Campground. © Shelterwood Campground, 2019.

What to Do Around Shelterwood Campground

Experiences at Shelterwood can stay close to camp or venture a bit further out.

Just 15 minutes from the campground, Historic Healdsburg is a frequent destination for wine and foodies. You’ll find 30 wine tasting rooms, a handful of breweries, and award-winning, farm-to-table restaurants surrounding a walkable downtown.

A forty-minute drive will bring you to Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve—a temperate rainforest of coastal redwoods. The massive trees shade a quiet and delicate ecosystem where visitors can enjoy over nine miles of hiking trails.

The Russian River is a popular rafting destination, and the most secluded portion of the river runs right through Healdsburg. You can book an inflatable canoe for a self-guided day trip with Russian River Adventures.

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