Secluded cabins can be hard to come by in a state with nearly 40 million people, but here are 5 cozy homes that fit the bill.

5 Stunningly Secluded Cabins in California

Sleep at high elevation in the forest by Mount Lassen.

Cabin by Lassen National Park

There’s no Wi-Fi or cable T.V, and cell service is extremely limited. Like it or not, this remote cabin rental in California is going to be an escape to the wilderness.

Serenity on a spacious ranch resort near Sequoia National Park.

Sequoia River Ranch Cabin

Not only will you be minutes away from Sequoia National Park, but the 380-acre ranch you’ll be staying on feels like another massive park to explore.

Romantic cabin getaway above a waterfall-strewn creek.

Romantic Woodlands Cabin

Most of this home’s 30-acre property consists of thick forest, but right below the cabin runs Rock Creek, where swimming holes and small waterfalls await.

Private beach access with stellar views on the Mendocino coast.

Navarro  House

Visitors have a private deck overlooking the beach where the Navarro River feeds into the crashing waves of the Pacific Ocean.

Private woodland acreage overlooking Shasta Lake.

Shasta A-Frame

This A-frame is a strong contender for the best home base for your explorations – the lake itself provides more than enough to fill a week-long vacation.