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Creekside campground with kitchen

· Molalla, Clackamas, Oregon
30 acres hosted by Brenda R.
2 lodging sites · 1 tent site
Recent Hipcampers say this Hipcamp is great for families and kids.
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Milk creek cuts through the property and its perfect for sitting in a chair and watching your kids play in the creek. 30 acres of private park setting and trails with kitchen and showers. The kitchen goes with the campground rental. We also have a tiny creekside cabin which is a great addition to the campground and has a queen bed and no power, and a retro trailer with air conditioning that sleeps 6. Tiny creek side cabin with relaxing view. 120 SF cabin with 150 SF covered deck and queen bed. Very private and calm with a picnic table. Currently no power. "solar project". Lantern provided. We also have a campground which can be rented with the cabin. Guests love staying with us "Brenda's property is fantastic. We had a gathering of friends for a long weekend on this property (rented the cabin too) and had the best time. Having the creek to splash around in, warm running water for showers and washing dishes, trails to explore, and the delivery of fresh produce and eggs from the property far exceeded our expectations. Brenda is the best host - she answered all my questions quickly and was very generous with our group. Definitely recommend!"
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Molalla, Clackamas, Oregon, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla, Molalla, Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, and Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Brenda R.Joined in May 2019
Response rate: 100%Response time: Within 3 hours
154 ratings · 117 reviews
Hunter And Brenna T.recommends
September 24, 2023
Creekside campground
Perfect large group tent camping!
We loved staying on Brenda’s property with our community group. We easily pitched our five tents with plenty of room in between. We were a little nervous about the sound from our toddler and five-month-old, but there was PLENTY of space in between. The site had everything you might need and more. I could see it being a bit much if someone where to stay in the cabin, but our group was able to use all of the amenities available and feel like we were on our own. Looking forward to coming back again!
Susan C.
September 4, 2023
Tiny Creekside Cabin.
Loved the Setting but Minor Quirks
We had a great time and the hosts were helpful and kind. Just a couple things that were not up to our expectations. Neighbors were closer than expected, the main house takes away from the ambiance, and being an older couple staying in the tiny creekside cabin it was quite a distance to the porta potty for middle of the night trips.
Savannah L.recommends
September 3, 2023
Tiny Creekside Cabin.
Fun for kids & easy for adults!
Wonderful place with wonderful hosts! This was our second visit. I brought my son here for a special mama-son trip to escape from rough COVID times a couple years ago and this summer he made a special request that we come back to this same spot again. We thoroughly enjoyed it both times and I plan to try to return again with the whole fam next summer. Brenda and Tim are both so friendly and helpful. Brenda let my son take the goats for a walk which he LOVED and they very thoughtfully brought over roasting sticks and firewood and offered us to help ourselves from their beautiful, bountiful garden. The cabin is cozy and comfy and the camp kitchen, portapots, and showers make this a very easy, comfortable place to camp with kids. Between the great amenities, the cute farm animals, the beautiful creek, the delicious blackberries, and the lovely walking trails, this is definitely one of my favorite spots for family camping. We'll be back for sure!
Lauren C.recommends
September 3, 2023
Creekside campground
Family camp out
Our family had a great time at Creekside. The mixed accommodations (cabin/RV/tent spots) were just what our group was looking for and we appreciated being able to reserve it all and having the place to ourselves. The kids enjoyed playing in the creek and the kitchen set up was great especially when we had a little bit of rain. And the fresh vegetables were a delicious surprise.
Kristin P.
August 28, 2023
Tiny Creekside Cabin.
There were a few hiccups regarding our stay. Although the website said that the cabin sleeps six, it actually only sleeps two. There were five of us. Brenda said she would be able to put us in the camper that sleeps six. Upon arrival, though, we were told that the camper was double booked and no longer available to us. Rae, Brenda's daughter in law, was extremely gracious, however. She provided a tent, the small cabin, and a guest room off the main house. We all had a place to sleep. She also provided us with pots and pans and something to cook on. The grounds were pretty and the creek running through the campground was refreshing. The kids had a great time interacting with the other guests. Shout out to Rae for saving the day!
Eric P.recommends
August 21, 2023
Creekside campground
Another great weekend Creekside!
We had a great time staying at Brenda’s land. The creek was nice and cool, the goats were friendly, the kids caught crawfish, the blackberries were ripe, and we made a big taco bar group dinner feast. The kitchen area was great for prepping food, eating, and just hanging out. Before we left Brenda let us help ourselves to a bunch of extra garden veggies, thanks! Things to bring: We brought propane camping stoves to cook on. I strung up some white Christmas lights for some nice evening ambiance as the one big fluorescent light is a bit bright after dark. I brought a propane fire pit as well, and we all enjoyed that down by the fire ring. Bring tubes/floaties for hanging out in the creek. Re: the previous review about yellow jackets, we had some, but that is common at most campgrounds in August as they’ve been eating food scraps all summer! No one was stung, we just kept food covered up if no one was eating it. This was my third time visiting and I plan on going back!
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