Lazy B Ranch
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Sonora, CA
Max Rig Size
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
Located on 27 acres in the gold country of Sonora California our elevation is 2600 feet with lots of oak and pine trees. We are 15 minutes from the town of Sonora located on the western slopes of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in the heart of California’s Gold Country a place with a lot of history that is popular with those who enjoy the outdoors, history lovers and antique shoppers. We are 10 miles from the historic gold mining town of Columbia, 10 miles from Jamestown Railtown 1897 State Historic Park where you can take a train ride on a old steam train. Yosemite National Park is 44 miles from our place or Calaveras Big Trees State Park is 38 miles. There are plenty of lakes, hiking, biking, and fishing opportunities close by in the Stanislaus National Forest area. Or you can just relax and enjoy the ranch with our small herd of Wagyu cattle with plenty of deer, turkey and geese sightings.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
No smoking, generator use between 8:00am and 9:00pm, checkout by 12:00pm, quite time 10:00pm, no outdoor music or TV’s.
There is plenty of turn around room with parking for a tow vehicle one pad is gravel the other is concrete. Some water or hookup 30 amp available possibly.
Hosted By GarynFrankieBundgard
We have always loved to camp and have always had a trailer. Gary loves antique cars and we have a couple antique trailers as well. Frankie likes horses and enjoys riding in the Sierra’s weekly with a group of riders. We usually camp a few times a year with our three grown children and grandchildren which is always a wonderful family time making memories. We love getting away and enjoying the outdoors.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
2 months ago
What a wonderful stay we had at Lazy B Ranch! Frankie and Gary met us down the road from their place and guided us in. Parking was on a concrete pad in front of a beautiful large metal building, which, we found out, houses his restored car collection which is amazing to see! We also used their 30 amp and water. Gary and Frankie are humble, lovely people who enjoy sharing their beautiful ranch with others. We had our two granddaughters with us, ages 8 and 10. They loved looking at the horse, feeding it apples and seeing the cattle. There is actually a tree fort right near the pad and the girls loved being up there. Gary and Frankie even left a fire ring and wood/kindling for us for a campfire but we didnt get to use it as we had to leave sooner than expected as one of the grandkids got sick. We hope to come back soon! Oh, and they gave us some homemade jam and applesauce! It was a lovely stay.
3 months ago
Frankie graciously met us on the road to the ranch and guided us in. The ranch is so beautiful and welcoming and we had a wonderful restful evening. We would love to go back if we are ever in that area again.