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Truffle Tryst Farm

· Toledo, Lincoln, Oregon
32 acres hosted by Bob & Stephanie F.
2 RV/tent sites
Welcome to your campsite nestled in a mostly wooded property, situated between timber lands and the Siuslaw National Forest. We offer a few open field areas suitable for camping, providing support for vehicles when dry, as well as areas nestled between Douglas Fir trees. Our modern double restroom features flush toilets, potable water, a hot shower for your comfort and is ADA compliant. Towels and washcloths are available. While this is a working farm with minimal resources, we strive to offer an authentic and enjoyable camping experience. Due to winter weather events, particularly an ice storm, our property has debris from downed trees and limbs. While the main field remains as pristine as a forest field can, other areas of the property will have visible debris that you may need to navigate when wandering around. Also be aware that we are in a remote area and the nearest town is a half hour away over gravel roads towards the Coast, and about an hour away towards the Valley. Explore our small aquaponics system, which has been running for over ten years and which now houses sunfish, koi, and bass. We have a number of seed starts maturing in the aqua house as well. We have occasional visits from elk, deer, bobcats, coyotes, bears, and mountain lions. Our year-round stream hosts salmon spawning annually, and nearby, you'll find a large swimming hole for relaxation. Adjacent to our property, the legacy Glenwood Cemetery adds to the serene atmosphere. Enjoy stunning sunrise or sunset views from Table Mountain just a couple of miles away. Please be aware that our property borders a timber company, so access to certain areas may vary, especially during active logging hours, although currently (5/24) it is very quiet. Ayers Lake, located a bit past the Table Mountain turnoff, is a secluded spot for trout fishing. For outdoor enthusiasts, the new C2C trail (Corvallis to Coast) crosses our road just over two miles above us, offering opportunities for short hikes or bike rides. While we offer lots of peace and quiet, please plan accordingly as we are fairly distant from many of the closest populated areas. Note that a portion of your journey to our property may lack cell coverage, but we provide a reliable satellite connection for your communication needs once you arrive.The barn field camping area is approximately 300 feet long by 200 feet wide of moderately level grass between a stand of 20-year-old Douglas Fir trees and a small fenced-in orchard. The creek is about 200 feet past the far edge of the field. You are welcome to spread out anywhere in the field. Do not drive vehicles past the solar panels towards the creek as there are numerous sink holes in that area that could cause a vehicle to get stuck. The restrooms are on the opposite side of the barn from the camping field, and you would have passed them on the way in from the road. The restroom water is filtered and UV sterilized. Towels and washcloths are available. There is an electrical outlet on the white connection box located beside the solar panels in the field. It is always available but only for low power applications such as charging devices, an air pump, etc. (no RV hookup, heaters, or cook tops). We currently have a small, unused hoop house at the end of the barn that can be used during inclement weather, The barn is generally not open to the public as it contains too many hazards to adequately explain in a short period of time. A picnic table and some small camp chairs are available if desired.
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4 ratings · 3 reviews
Indranu S.recommends
June 2, 2024
Barn Large Field
A truly wonderful stay
We are so happy we discovered this vast, gorgeous place in Oregon's coastal range temperate rain forest. Bob and Stephanie are amazing hosts, and they showed us trails, zip-lined us across the stream, and explained some impressive agricultural, ecological, and aquaponic projects they have developed. They kindly offered us a tent site in a hoop house due to heavy rain. The bathroom with hot shower and heater is supreme, and there was an electric hot plate and wifi as well. Each morning the amount and variety of bird calls was absolutely wonderful. A herd of elk passed by one morning, gracing the meadow in an almost mystical fog. Their friendly dog, Jack, greeted us warmly and instantly bonded with our daughter, joining us on the trails. The location is not too far from the C2C trail. We highly recommend tent camping here!
Kade R.
May 27, 2024
Barn Large Field
Beautiful, but very secluded
Overall, the accomodations are awesome! It is definitely a very large field to set up camp! The bathrooms were super nice and heated! Our hosts were very kind and gracious, always making sure we had everything we needed. They even had a fridge and hotplate available for us to use if needed. Running water, electrical outlets, and an indoor area to hang out of it's raining. The only reason I rated it as "mixed feelings" is the location. It is pretty far from the coast (about an hour East from Seal Rock), and the majority of the road is one lane unpaved/gravel. There's basically no cell service once you go down the road a little so don't expect to be able to call family or friends. It's very secluded and quiet though. The site does have WiFi covering the entire property so that was nice. So if seclusion is what you're looking for with a few modern amenities, then this is an excellent place!
Kitty P.recommends
April 20, 2024
Barn Large Field
a lovely, peaceful getaway 🌈
A beautiful farm with tons of exciting views, wildlife, as well as truly neat agricultural and eco-friendly facilities. I camped here for 10 days and the hosts, Bob and Stephanie, were so kind and accommodating that they almost felt like family by the end of my stay. Truly warmhearted and knowledgeable folks, they have wealths of information on all sorts of stuff, like the organic produce they grow (including tea plants for fresh tea!) and their aqua-ponics house. the bathroom is super clean and comfortable, there’s an accessible side as well! beautiful flat, mowed field with a barn, a restroom/shower building, mature trees, and a homebuilt greenhouse! there are elk the cross the properties creek often and even a truffle grove with flat enough areas to tent camp or picnic in. this was such a magical, wholesome place to visit. i felt safe and comfortable and it was so tranquil and honestly healing. thank you Bob and Stephanie, this was my favorite place i have been so far :’) i swear ill keep in touch!
Toledo, Lincoln, Oregon, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla, Älsé (Alsea), Yakina, 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 Bob & Stephanie F.Joined in May 2022
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