Empty Tipi is now available to rent . Just text me details 🙏🏽🌺🤙🏽
We are working cleaning up forest for safety in fire season. Clearing dead and unhealthy trees and brush. Also looking to improving the land and making it healthy for the wild critters and more enjoyable for everyone. Apologies for any inconveniences it may cause while land is being restored and grass grows back in some spots.
We've opened up a bigger space to the creek and going to Make bigger and better ponds and swimming holes. It's much needed.
Thank you having patience with us as we are making improvements.
It will make camping experience more enjoyable as well for the future.
Also, We are putting up a 20' Tipi this weekend and we plan on fixing up the inside proper and will be renting it out to those interested in sleeping in a Tipi. It will most likely sleep 6-8 depending on bedding I can fit inside.
Until then I'm happy to rent it out empty like a big tent. Sleeping 6-8 but you will need to bring your own cots, bedding etc. Just text me for details. Mahalo so much for your patience while we do these improvements. 🤙🏽🌺
25 years I’ve been here on this secret land Located in the Willamette Valley. We have tons of wildlife as well as animals here on the land.
We have we have drum circles, sweats, gatherings, group bonfires where you can sit out around the fire and see every star in the sky .
This was a Christmas tree farm years ago, and I have let it go natural. I’ve planted new trees and now we live amongst our own forests .
We hope to one day have tree houses, earth ships, Tipis and log cabins to rent. We are open to RVs and fifth wheels but no plug-ins yet. We’re a work in progress So it’s tent camping for now . Hope you come and visit us
There are Rv and 5th wheel spots but you must be self contained.
This is our sacred and safe place we hope you come to visit and see the beauty we see every day.
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Please keep safe distance with everyone on the land. Respect any and all other Campers and space.
Fire pit burning depends on regulatory requirements and conditions and could change daily. Inquire with land owners before burning.
Please ware mask when approaching the front porch in respect for the Senior who is vulnerable to illnesses.
Bring your oun sanitizer and respect all Common area's.
Lets all stay safe and enjoy the quiet and peacefulness of what we love here....Nature and Tranquility...
Checkin is after 10am and no later then 9pm. Thank you for being respectful of hours...
We are almost 20 acres of county and forests, about 24 miles NW of Famous Eugene Oregon, And we are nestled in between Fern Ridge reservoir and triangle Lake, headed to the Florance coast. We have 2 year round running creeks and 3 beautiful forests.
We are a work in progress, but we have a year-round working farm. We grow our own food, flowers and animals. We are currently working on a big outdoor kitchen, where we will have pizza ovens, canning facilities and a beautiful place to gather in the woods. Again still a work in progress.
Some spots have fire pits. Again depending on time of year and heat conditions. Because we have so many trees, we have to make sure no fires are to close to any tree's.
Again, please Ask before burning. No random burning unless oked by land owners. Thank you for for helping to keep everyone safe.
We have numerous ponds throughout the property and swimming holes. We turned the 4 stall barn into a music room where we gather and host events. Soon we will have designated Spots, equipped with fire rings. We will have teepees, tree houses, glamping tents. As of now we have room for numerous big groups spots for tent camping. Soon we’ll have plug-ins for RV and fifth wheel travelers.
We have alot of space to camp and still have your privacy.
Currently we have an out house and hose shower and you can also use the potty Under the Star's.
We provide Toilet paper and try to keep stocked but, just ask if outhouses are out of paper.
There are lovely walking trails throughout the property and tranquil sitting areas. We will update our progress as it happens. Hope to see you soon..
Remember to bring your own cooking equipment like grills. There's a cleaning station near shower.
Water is straight from the well and beautiful drinking water.
Remember, Pack in Pack out any and all trash. Also please Use designated compost areas of only compostable foods. No Meats or meat grease.
Please leave your camp site better then you found it and pick up any trash in your area.
Cheshire, Lane, Oregon, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla, Kalapuya, Chelamela, 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 Pilialoha R.Joined in December 2017
Response rate: 100%Response time: Within an hour
53 ratings · 43 reviews
August 13, 2023
Rustic and peaceful.
We were the only campers, so that awesome. We went to watch the meteor shower, and it was perfect!
We were in our RV camper Van, and she had a flat spot that was perfect for us.
A few gopher holes… but this is the country.
Had some issues with directions, but other wise the host was nice and helpful.
July 11, 2023
Back to nature
I stayed in my vintage travel trailer on Pilialoha's beautiful land located in a lush, gorgeous valley. Trees and shade, big wide open spaces for camping, it was heart and soul nurturing. Pilialoha is a wonderful host, available, welcoming, with great energy. The camp offers few amenities, access to water and a couple of unique outhouses, but this is the joy of staying in a rustic setting with tent campers, young people, and few rules. I stayed during Oregon Country Fair and it was probably louder, longer than it normally would have been, but it was a festival atmosphere, and I didn't mind. If you are in need of a reset to an alternative experience, Aloha Camp is well worth the time.
July 10, 2023
Great stay for fair or any time!
Wonderful stay. Great host. Everything you need plus lots of space and privacy. Host is kind, attentive, and gracious.
July 10, 2023
Very friendly and accommodating camp host. Spacious and well located outside of town!
July 10, 2023
We love camping in Pilialoha’s land! She is a wonderful, warm host and we will definitely be back. Great way to wind-down after faire, have a bonfire, listen to the creek and let the kids run.
July 9, 2023
Pilialoha and her property are wonderful. This is our second time staying here and I would highly recommend to anyone. The property is large with space to roam about. There are nice views, a creek and open spaces for amazing star viewing.