Laytonville Ecovillage

1001 Madrone Laytonville, CA 95454
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Nestled near the small town of Laytonville in Northern California’s Mendocino County, this 10-acre site is being developed as a model eco-village.  In its infancy, there’s ample opportunity to become a co-creator in planning, building, design and execution if only for a day or two.  Using hands-on instruction students can learn site analysis for sustainable development, greywater systems application and building with natural materials.  Take a break from stress and city life and step into the peaceful surroundings found at the emerging Laytonville Ecovillage.

From the North: Take 101 South to Laytonville. On the North end of town turn right onto Branscomb Road. Branscomb Road is just after "Boomer's Bar." Drive one mile down Branscomb and turn right onto Madrone. Stay to the right and park along the road when you see the outdoor facilities.

From the South: Take 101 North to Laytonville. On the North end of town turn left onto Branscomb Road. Branscomb Road is just after "Geiger's Market." Drive one mile down Branscomb and turn right onto Madrone. Stay to the right and park along the road when you see the outdoor facilities.

 

Laytonville Eco-Village Camping:  If camping, bring you own tent and sleeping bag. We have an outdoor kitchen and barbeque for use. Outdoor shower is available. Wi-Fi.

Laytonville has four motels, three restaurants, a general market and a health food store.