We are located in a small canyon in the Aldrich Mountains in Grant County, Oregon. We are about a mile from the national forest where you can access ATV trails, a small swimming hole and plenty of hiking. Laycock creek runs through our property, with pasture on one side and a hill with Ponderosa Pines and 500 year old Junipers on the other. Our horses have cleared a trail to
We are located in a small canyon in the Aldrich Mountains in Grant County, Oregon. We are about a mile from the national forest where you can access ATV trails, a small swimming hole and plenty of hiking. Laycock creek runs through our property, with pasture on one side and a hill with Ponderosa Pines and 500 year old Junipers on the other. Our horses have cleared a trail to the top of the hill for you. We practice permaculture and holistic grazing on a small scale and are both artists. Heartland Ranch is the perfect place to unwind, watch wildlife, dunk your head in the creek, listen to the frogs, look up at the stars and feel inspired!
We recommend you have a vehicle with high clearance and preferably 4WD -- not having 4WD in the summer will be ok if it hasn't rained but we live on a pretty crazy road!
We also have many animals -- 2 horses, 2 dogs, a cat and many chickens. Please leave the horses alone unless you ask us. We ask that your dogs need to be respectful around these different animals -- no barking at horses, no chasing chickens, etc, or they must stay on leash.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
- Response time: Within an hour
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Heartland Ranch in Oregon.
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Highly recommend this campsite!
Loved arriving at Heartland Ranch and feeling the expanse of fields and pastures. We got the sense of privacy and outdoors we’d been seeking, coming fr Portland. Olivia the host is very welcoming and was generous allowing us to roam her property and visit her garden and chickens. It’s burn ban season so no campfire or fire of any kind is allowed, understandably. So just get out your cribbage board or stargazing stuff and go without the camp fire!!!
We also said hi from afar to the 2 horses (do not approach without owners’ permission) and enjoyed the creek nearby.
Away from the madding crowds and situated in a canyon setting, we couldn’t have asked for a better private getaway, campsite wise.
Would love to stay here again. I had a very relaxing evening and the best sleep I’ve had in a while. It was very quiet and peaceful and I loved Hearing the creek and roosters in the AM🌞the drive back to the house and view are very serene and make you feel completely disconnected in the best way