El Capitan Canyon Hotel Goleta, Goleta, California

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Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Ynez mountains lies El Capitan Ranch an incredible beach side canyon resort located fifteen minutes North of downtown Santa Barbara. Built in 2001 El Capitan Canyon offers creek side cabins with full baths and designer tents with down filled comforters wet bar private fire pit just to name a few and an unbelievable back to nature experience. The canyon boasts fifteen miles of backcountry hiking and mountain biking as well as ocean sports kayaking surfing swimming scuba diving fishing and outdoor heated pool. Conference facilities include one of a kind Yurt meeting room that can accommodate from 2 to 200 people. Amenities included in room spa service on site gourmet canyon market seasonal jazz dinner concert series and an extensive childrens program. Come and experience a place so unique so close to nature yet with a level of comfort that is unsurpassed in the realm of outdoor recreating at a truly affordable price. we are a luxury camping resort offering cedar cabins and safari tents and not a traditional hotel. El Capitan Canyon is an outdoor lodging property offering cedar cabins and safari tents and not a traditional hotel.

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  1. Jenny Malone Schiff (verified owner)

    Great Place for Kids to Run Free

    We’ve stayed here many times, usually with a group of friends from my kids’ school. It’s a great place for the kids to run around and have a little independence while experiencing the outdoors. Every cabin has beds, a kitchenette and bathroom with shower. The tents have beds, but you have to use the community restrooms. The staff isn’t always that accommodating and it can take a while to get a response to your problems. There’s a cafe for those people who don’t want to cook, but service can be slow and the menu is pretty limited.

    Tips for Families

    Make sure the kids bring their bikes. Adult bikes are available to borrow. The beach is within walking distance, but after a day in the waves, you might not want to walk back. With small ones, you might want to drive. If you do drive, make sure to pay for parking at the entrance to the beach, even if there’s nobody at the kiosk. Several people I know have been ticketed.

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