NOTE: DUE TO RECENT FLOODING, SOME CAMPSITES HAVE BEEN DESTROYED AND CURRENTLY THE OUTDOOR SHOWER IS OUT OF COMMISION
Our land is devoted to utilizing and learning about Permaculture and tinkering with new sustainable building and energy production practices. Currently on the drawing board a suspended tree house, tiny house design and construction workshops and a low head electrical generating system.
There are a variety of camping sites, more than 1/2 of them obtainable by trail only. There is a year round creek and several springs on the property. Adjoining the property there are thousands of acres of Forest Service land and just up the road is the proposed Scotchman Peaks Wilderness Area.
Beautiful Lake Pend Orielle is only eight miles away and the Clark Fork River Delta and can be accessed just down the highway.
road in Clark Fork. Bring your kayak, canoe, or longboard for unsurpassed natural beauty. If an alpine Lake is your cup of tea, Antelope Lake is a short (fairly easy) 90 minute hike away, I'm told the fishing is great!
There is a meadow with room for just about any RV, however, there are no generators allowed, no hookups and a stay of more than three days will require special approval. We welcome anybody traveling through our beautiful corner of Idaho, however, we are not an RV park. Permaculture is our passion.
Clark Fork, Idaho, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Ken C.Joined in August 2015
18 ratings · 19 reviews
July 4, 2022
Site 2 - Casler Farm, Cascadia Center Camp
Ken was incredibly accommodating for our stay! Beautiful land with a peaceful creek and trails to walk beside it to enjoy. It was nice having an outdoor toilet as well. Just make sure to have bug spray for the mosquitos! It’s also fairly close to town which was great for when we needed to grab more water/snacks. Perfect for a little weekend getaway.
July 3, 2022
Mountain View --- Serenity
Camping with visitors.
The land was beautiful, our site was a little small for our group of visitors, which also ended staying longer than usual because I did not plan well. Ken was very hospitable and accommodated everyone so that we were all comfortable. The trails were a lot of fun for us and the kids. The garden was beautiful, the kitchen was very nice also. It was a great experience. Good times and good people all around. Our Maddie bear dog made instant friends with the birdie dog whom lives there. It was very awesome.
We are grateful to Ken and his helpers.
June 10, 2022
Solitude (Hike in)
Originally we had booked the creekside campsite, but when some family decided they wanted to come, we contacted Ken the host, to ask if we could bring 2 more people. He ended up upgrading us to a bigger campsite,Tranquility. The site was beautiful, right beside the creek and had 2 small fire pits to choose from. Ken made sure we knew where everything from the bathrooms, showers and potable water were, to where some fun hiking trails were as well. We thoroughly enjoyed the visit and appreciated how accommodating the host was. We would definitely come back and camp here again.
June 1, 2022
Solitude (Hike in)
Luscious green enchantment!
Ken has a beautiful property of old-growth forest and a creek running through it. We hiked through the luscious greenery on trails around the entire property, crossing bridges over the creek and streams, and winding around the endless plant life that surrounded us. Ken also is very kind and caring of his Hipcampers, checking in when they arrive and ensuring they have what they need. We definitely plan on returning soon! :)
May 29, 2022
Comfort (Hike in)
It was perfect!! We loved our time here and thought the area was so beautiful. It is very private with a more common area toilet and wash station. We did it with our three year old and were able to hike down there fine. Will be back