Anza Campsite

Welcome to Anza Valley Farm Park

Camping or RV'ing at our farm is the best place to be. We are situated on just over 100 acres at 3,600 feet above sea level. The Cahuilla Mountain is next to us and the summit is at 6,400 feet. There's a well maintained path to the top which makes for a 6 mile round trip. 

Our farm is a nature made Wildlife Sanctuary and has plenty of rabbits, quail, red tail hawks, falcons, great horned owl, barn owls, hoot owls, and the occasional sighting of the ever-elusive bobcat. Whether your staying for the weekend or the week you'll enjoy the solitude and peaceful surroundings at Anza Valley Farms. 

You have never seen the night sky like you will from our farm. At this time of year you can see the Milky Way Galaxy without a telescope. We guarantee that you will see shooting stars depending upon how long you're looking skyward. 

The farm is surrounded by over 5,000 acres of the Cahuilla Indian Reservation. If you want to try your luck the Cahuilla Indian Reservation has a 24 hour Casino just minutes from your campsite.  

There are two motocross tracks a short distance from the farm. Throughout the summer months there are weekend events that take place on each of the tracks and every Wednesday the professional motocross athletes train here at these tracks. 

Park Features

Horseback riding

Natural features

RV details

  • Travel trailers, Fifth wheels, Toy haulers, Pop-up campers, and Campervans allowed
  • Vehicles under 45 feet allowed Depending upon the site you chose, you may Pull in or through and back in.
  • Pull-in site |Depending upon the site you chose, you may Pull in or through and back in.
  • Accommodates slideouts Depending upon the site you chose, you may Pull in or through and back in.
  • Generators allowed Generators maybe used as long they are not left running to disturb other guests.
  • Surface type: Grass or field
  • Surface levelness: Requires leveling
  • No Class A RVs, Class B RVs, Class C RVs, and Cars
  • No electrical hookup
  • No water hookup
  • No sewage hookup
  • No TV hookup

What this site offers

  • Picnic table present
  • Pets allowed

This Site does not offer:

  • No potable water
  • No campfires
  • No toilet
  • No showers
  • No wifi
  • No playground
  • Laundry absent
  • Hot Tub absent
  • Cooking equipment absent
  • Pack it out

Getting there

Check in: After 2:00 PM

Check out: Before 12:00 PM

On arrival: Meet with Host

Cancellation policy: Flexible

Minimum nights: 1 night

Maximum nights: 3 nights

Accepts bookings: 12 months out

Park at listing

No wheelchair access

Max 2 vehicles

2WD accessible



Cahuilla Mountain Wilderness

The United States Congress designated the Cahuilla Mountain Wilderness in 2009 and it now has a total of 5,585 acres. 

 Anza Valley Farm Satellite view

The Cahuilla Mountain Wilderness offers spectacular views of the historic Juan Bautista de Anza Trail, soaring peaks, and the vast desert landscape. Its chaparral covered slopes and forested mountaintop are home to mountain lion, mountain and California quail, and the rare red diamond rattlesnake.

Cahuilla Mountain Trail 2E45 is rated as moderately difficult.  The trail begins at Cahuilla Saddle, elevation 4480 ft., on Forest Service Road 6S22 in Anza. It then proceeds up the northeast slope through thickets of chaparral, Live Oak, and Jeffrey pine. From the 5604 ft. summit are views of the area that Juan Bautista de Anza traveled through on his expedition in 1776. This trail passes through a Research Natural Area containing ecosystems used for research and study purposes.

Campfires are not allowed.  Gas stoves are allowed with a free California Campfire Permit.  Please practice Leave No Trace ethics while visiting this wilderness area. 

-Plan Ahead & Prepare

-Travel & Camp on Durable Surfaces

-Dispose of Waste Properly

-Leave What You Find

-Minimize Campfire Impacts

-Respect Wildlife

-Be Considerate of Others


For more information, please contact:
Idyllwild Ranger Station
54270 Pine Crest
P.O. Box 518
Idyllwild, CA 92549
(909) 382-2921



US Forest Service All Trails Modern Hiker