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Luna Lake Vineyard Camp

· Molalla, Clackamas, Oregon
60 acres hosted by Heidi K.
1 tent site
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We are a family-run vineyard and winery. Our property is diverse, hosting vineyard, gardens, forest and a small lake. The Luna Lake campsite is private, peaceful and a great spot to see wildlife or stargaze. Silver Falls State Park, U-pick berry farms, The Oregon Garden and a number of magical swimming holes are nearby.The Luna Lake Vineyard Camp site is lakeside with plenty of sunshine and shade. The site includes a fire pit, picnic table and large gazebo for storing gear or setting up a tent to get out of the rain. The site is private, peaceful and a great spot to see wildlife or stargaze. Portable toilets with a hand-washing station are available in the campsite's private parking area. The parking area is about 90yds from the campsite on a wide grass trail. (NOTE: The campsite area is a walk-in site. There are no vehicles allowed beyond the parking area.) We have firewood for sale on site for $5/bundle. Silver Falls State Park, U-pick berry farms, The Oregon Garden and a number of magical swimming holes are nearby.
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91 ratings · 67 reviews
Esther H.recommends
June 4, 2024
Luna Lake Vineyard Camp
Memorial Day Getaway 2024
Beautiful, user-friendly, hospitable, clean. Would definitely recommend and would stay here again. Host Heidi and her family take beautiful care of the property and their guest site. It’s a special place and my husband used the word “serene” about 100 times during our 24 hour stay. Very private, didn’t have to worry about my dog off-leash (who can get a bit reactive/defensive).
Pat B.recommends
May 30, 2024
Luna Lake Vineyard Camp
We'll be back
This is easily one of the most beautiful campsites I've ever been to. The pictures can't do it justice, no matter the angle. There is so much space, and it's completely private. No camping neighbors, no street noise, and plenty of room to spread out. We set up our tent on a nice flat spot under the trees along the river and watched for the heron, the lake mink, and frogs down by the water around dusk. There's a beautiful gazebo that we would have been happy to be under if the weather was poor, but there was no need. The site is about a 2 min walk from where you park, which is the same area with the TWO clean porta-potties. We didn't pack enough firewood and Heidi was kind enough to drive us down a few more bundles. This is a truly special space we felt lucky to experience and plan on visiting again in the future.
Natalie P.recommends
October 9, 2023
Luna Lake Vineyard Camp
A Magical Property
We absolutely loved camping on the vineyard at Luna Lake. Heidi was friendly and helpful when we checked in. We picked up a bottle of their Pinot Noir and settled in to the stunning space by the lake. We saw all kinds of wildlife: herons, geese, ducks, bluejays, tree frogs, caterpillars...It is a walk-in site so we'd recommend bringing a wagon if you have one but it was doable for our group without one. It's truly a magical property and we cant wait to go back when the tasting room is re-opened! Thanks so much for having us Heidi!
Gabriella M.
September 18, 2023
Luna Lake Vineyard Camp
Heidi is quick to respond and very sweet. The campsite is absolutely beautiful, well maintained and huge. There were several options for setting up two to three large tents. The cement pad for cooking was such a pleasure to have available. (We brought another table to use as a kitchen counter which I highly advise as the table won’t accommodate much more than eating from. We had our dogs with us, they could safely roam the oversized campsite without fear. They took an occasional dip in the lake too. The portable outhouses were well maintained, & a short walk from the campsite. (No smell). Parking was safe, no need for worry. I recommend a wagon as it is a walk in site. A couple of things to consider.: 1). Extremely infested with Yellow Jackets, it was horrible around the dog’s food & while cooking or eating, so much so that we thought about packing up and leaving shortly after we set up camp. I recommend bringing a portable gazebo with mosquito netting. 2). Someone close by was shooting gunshots 3 to 4 times each day. This was another consideration for packing up & going home early as our dogs were experiencing high anxiety. Just about the time they calmed down the gun would go off again, from sunrise to sunset Don’t get me wrong, obviously the good was outweighing the bad as we stayed but I wish I would have been prepared for the yellow jackets. I did love it there but I can’t return w/dogs, it was brutal for them and not worth their suffering.
Cara P.recommends
September 16, 2023
Luna Lake Vineyard Camp
Magical even when it rains!
Incredibly beautiful time spent at this spot. The view of the river was lovey and we enjoyed watching the wildlife from our tent site. We were surprised with a big thunderstorm and we watched the lightning for hours from the gazebo, dry and safe. The rain and complete seclusion was so peaceful. There were some wasps around due to the time of year but owners had traps set up around to help this. Overall a magical spot that we would absolutely return to one day!
Katherine T.
August 23, 2023
Luna Lake Vineyard Camp
Kids loved it!
We loved our stay at Luna Lake! There is a fire ban on all open flames so we couldn't have a bonfire or cook meals but that was fine by us. We were close enough to plenty of restaurants. The white noise of the crickets and owls at night was very soothing. The rowboat isn't usable at the moment but my kids didn't mind. The walk to the car was quick, under two minutes and my wagon handled the bumps just fine. My kids already have asked when can we go back.
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 Heidi K.Joined in May 2017
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