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Croakers Crossing Farm
15 reviews
· Beaverton, Oregon
68 acres
1 site
1 Caravan/Tent
Croakers Crossing Farm, 68 acres farmed using regenerative agriculture practices, is surrounded by the Tualatin River and just 30 min from downtown Portland and 30 min to Oregon wine country. Within 10 min drive of the nearest coffee shop and brew pub, this location gives you the best of both worlds, peaceful tranquility and the ability to pop out for a nice meal and a wine tour all in the same day.  Learn more about this land: Set up your tent either at the edge of the steep banks of the Tualatin River or on the high point of Croakers Crossing Farm with views of the Willamette Valley farm lands. We are within 30 minutes of Oregon wine country and 30 min to downtown Portland. The best of both worlds. Quiet farm beauty with the sounds of our farm animals and the adjacent Tualatin Valley Bird Refuge bird life at your tent door.  This is a pack it in, pack it out site, there are no facilities, no bathroom unfortunately.
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Beaverton, Oregon, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Jenna J.Joined in January 2018
16 Ratings · 15 reviews
Bruce S.recommends
September 26, 2022
Croakers Crossing Farm
Beautiful spot, with such a friendly and welcoming host! This was our second time back at Croakers Crossing Farm, and we'll be back again. Peaceful, great views, and a good experience of a working farm.
Leanna I.recommends
September 6, 2021
Croakers Crossing Farm
Amazing spot!
This spot was incredible! Stunning country views from the camping spot that sits up on a bit of a hill and backs up to nice tree cover. You can pitch your tent and chairs in the shade and still see the pretty view. We loved watching the bats come out at twilight and eat all the bugs - no one ever got even one mosquito bite! Amazing and so nice. We spent multiple days sitting in our chairs in the river and wading around their private access to the Tualatin River. There are some really nice metals stairs that make getting down to the water easy. There’s a mostly clear path from camp to the river but just be mindful of some narrow spots along the electric fence. Jenna and Henry were so friendly but still gave us a lot of space to feel like we had the place to ourselves. The fact that this camp site is only about 30 minutes away from Portland but still so scenic makes it a slam dunk. Super easy and low stress to get to for a weekend. We loved this spot and we will definitely be back! Thank you so much Jenna and Henry!
Michael D.recommends
August 10, 2021
Croakers Crossing Farm
A farm under the stars
Camping on a farm, with view of the stars and a stream to boot! It was very easy to get to and just a few minutes from town. But once there, it is like you're miles away. It is an active farm with several friendly cattle, roosters and chickens, so expect to be awakened with nature. There is cell service, if you need to stay tethered. The stream alongside the property was perfect to splash around in, but bring a lawn chair with to relax the afternoon away. The single site is very spacious and protected with trees. I would definitely return.
Ben W.recommends
August 8, 2021
Croakers Crossing Farm
Croakers crossing is a dream - a quiet river, gentle cows. Excellent place for some mental space away from the city.
Mike T.recommends
July 22, 2021
Croakers Crossing Farm
Great Stay!
We had a very nice experience at our first hip camp. The sight is both convenient and peaceful, with nearby shops but also a very private setting. The views are pretty and relaxing, with a beautiful sunrise. We enjoyed sitting in the river, and Jenna was both helpful and informative while explaining how her ranch works. Great time, thanks Jenna!
Patty T.recommends
July 6, 2021
Croakers Crossing Farm
Peace and serenity
This was a very peaceful place to regenerate and enjoy nature. The river is close by and the hosts very accommodating. You'll love coming here.
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