The DirtEMoor is a 2 acre hobby farm located on the edge of a small town in North Central Oregon. Your campsite is located next to a seasonal creek on the North East corner of the DirtEmoor with easy access parking next to site. Grass Valley is often used as a Base-Camp for Hunters, Fisherpeople, Rafters, Racecar Drivers, Rockhounds, Hikers, Bikers and Skiers to explore our
The DirtEMoor is a 2 acre hobby farm located on the edge of a small town in North Central Oregon. Your campsite is located next to a seasonal creek on the North East corner of the DirtEmoor with easy access parking next to site. Grass Valley is often used as a Base-Camp for Hunters, Fisherpeople, Rafters, Racecar Drivers, Rockhounds, Hikers, Bikers and Skiers to explore our 3 locals rivers (Deschutes, John Day or Columbia), or our acres of BLM land, mountains and public river trails. We have quite mornings, breathless sunsets, starry nights and everything else in-between.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Miles and miles and miles and miles of gravel roads cover our area. Bikers can take advantage of these infrequently traveled pu...Read more
Within 30 miles of The Deshutes River, John Day or Columbia River
World class Steelhead, Redband trout and Sturgeon fishing within 30 miles.
Cotton Wood State Park and Deschutes River Access area contains weeks worth of trails and river hiking.
30 miles to Deschutes or John Day River
World Famous Hood River Winds are 45 Minutes to the North west.
Smith Rock 90 minutes to the South
Mt Hood Is located 90 minutes West of TheDirtEMoore
Natural features you'll find at TheDirtEMoor in Oregon.
Places to see near The Dirt E Moor
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Perfect spot for a nights rest.
Feels secluded even though it is just off the highway. It was perfect for what I wanted. Super easy to drop in for a night along my journey. Jessica was great at communicating where to park and was very gracious. Will definitely stay here again. Also, cell reception was amazing. My host spot connection was super fast.
Great overnight spot in small town. Nice large grassy area, with plenty of shade. We enjoyed feeding the sheep and the chickens. Bathroom is a bit of a walk down the road, but that was fine - no smells and well maintained. Host provided handwashing supplies, and drinking water for our stay, as well as access to a hose. We had breakfast and coffee at the general store in the morning, so fun to be a part of this small community for a day!
Jessica and Eric are fun, friendly people who live on some acreage and have a hobby farm. We do enjoy animals so that was fun for us. Our tent was set up on a flat, freshly mowed lawn, with some trees. The only drawback for us was the noise of nighttime traffic by long haul truckers as this campsite is close to the main street through town. Overall, we enjoyed our stay and consider Jessica and Eric wonderful camp hosts.
After track relaxation
Jessica and her family were incredibly accommodating and understanding of our unique vehicle situation after coming from the racetrack. This was a perfect relaxing spot to camp for the night after a long day out driving. The animals were lovely and super friendly, I had a blast throwing the frisbee for the dogs while sitting by the fire. I cannot recommend this stay enough. Thanks again Jessica, we'll definitely be back!
Friendly host on a small-town farm
Jessica is a friendly host, and we had a good 2-night stay. Her farm is located about a block off US highway 97, which has truck traffic at all hours (but not anywhere near as much traffic as an Interstate). Many people stop at the city park to use the restroom (which is the same pit toilet that you use as a camper at this location -- very close to Jessica's place). Other than that, Grass Valley is a very quiet place, and we enjoyed walking around the town in the evening.
Jessica's place is a working farm, with several types of animals -- they were fun to watch. We slept in our vehicles during our stay; if we had wanted to put up a tent, we would have needed to spend some time first clearing a spot to get rid of the animal poop. There are street lights nearby, so if you are light-sensitive when you sleep you may need an eye shade. I would also recommend bringing a table cloth if you want to use the picnic table, as it is under a big tree that is popular with birds.
Great 1st stop on our cross country trip. Jessica & Eric were very accommodating. We camped on a very cold night & they were able to provide a little fire wood for us to cook dinner & warm ourselves up a bit before hittin' the hay. Even loaned us a skillet since we had forgotten ours.