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Heartline Ranch and Tipi Village

· Chiloquin, Klamath, Oregon
250 acres hosted by Bob & Kori C.
3 lodging sites · 4 tent sites
Near Crater Lake National Park
Within a 60-minute drive from the Annie Spring Entrance Station.
Stay in our Native American Tipi, nestled into the forest next to the Winema National Forest. We have miles of hiking trails, and lots of wildlife in the way of birds, bunnys, chipmonks and the occasional deer, and are across from the Pelican Butte mountains. Experience what few get to know- what it's like to be in a real Native American Tipi. Come experience the outdoors as Natives have lived. This isn't any airconditioned motel room- this is the real deal. An experience of a lifetime. Questions will be answered, info. available. Also a art gallery of their artwork is on site in the office. Come and enjoy! Their ranch, Heartline Ranch & Tipi Village is on Crater Lake Highway (Hwy 62) just 26 miles down from Crater Lake. They have designated 5 acres for a primitive Campgrounds and Tipi village sites. September of 2020 we were sadly effected by the Wildfire- TwoFourTwo which took 5 of our 6 tipis. We have been able to clean up, regrow and make ready for camping guests. Its wonderful to see all the beautiful regrowth, and to see that most of our trees have regenerated. It is now once again a beautiful place to be. It is their love for this land and a desire to share the beauty and Native experience with others to led them to open up these campgrounds. There is 5 acres, but currently have 3 tipi sites and 4 camping sites for folks with their own tents, so LOTS of privacy. Our ranch has 250 acres of land, great hiking trails, next to the Winema National Forest, and connected to the Pacific Crest Trail. You will have space to enjoy this beauty. The owner's 5 horses are rescue horses and are their own private property. Please do NOT feed them or go up to them without the owners being there. Horses have delicate stomachs. Our gentle giants are mellow but very big so please stay OUT of their pasture. You may help us during their feeding time, if you ask owners.
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Chiloquin, Klamath, Oregon, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla and Klamath First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Bob & Kori C.Joined in August 2017
Response rate: 100%Response time: Within an hour
138 ratings · 102 reviews
Shane S.recommends
October 16, 2023
#2 Campsite-Bring your own tent
Good tent camping site, good directions, we were in site #2, the road noise from the road was pretty loud but trailed off in the evenings.
Chris P.recommends
October 15, 2023
#2 Wild Mustang Native American Tip
Top of the tipi
Really grateful for the detailed welcome from Bob and Kori and the warm and personable welcome we got when we arrived. The tipi's are BIG, and I'd recommend the firewood option for the autumn/winter! The beds are comfortable and facilities safe and clean. Highly recommended!
Allie H.recommends
September 24, 2023
#3 Campsite-Bring your own tent
Cute little spot! Kori was so helpful through out our stay
Jody C.
September 14, 2023
#4 Campsite-Bring your own tent
Only as a last resort
The teepees here look fun but the campsites are very close together and not all contain a picnic table. In addition, the road noise did not stop all night so there was very little peace and quiet. The well water and shower was nice, though it should be known that the shower was inside a mobile porta potty turned shower, enough space for one. I would recommend this place only as a last resort, and instead go up the road 9 miles and check out other campsites that are much more peaceful and quiet.
Lynn T.doesn't recommend
September 5, 2023
#1 Campsite-Bring your own tent
Nice little camp spot
It would be a great one night stop. I enjoyed my stay but was limited by not having a picnic table. I didn’t feel comfortable setting my stove on the ground to heat up water for coffee….too much dry brush around. Loved the ability to shower although hot water came and went. The hosts were very pleasant. This was my fault…I didn’t read the description well enough…it’s right on the highway.
Lydia C.recommends
September 4, 2023
#4 Campsite-Bring your own tent
This was such a great location to sleep at before heading to Crater Lake! Even if you check in late, you will be able to find your campsite since there's a bulletin board with a map of the property/campsites. Kori was amazing and met us outside even though we got in around 9PM which was super welcoming! The power went out so the water wasn’t working until the morning but it was fine, our only priority was finding a place to sleep and do our business. I would come back with a group of friends, I would love to try the tipis!
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