Hey ya'll! We’re a small non-profit farm run by a trauma-aware Board Certified Behavior Analyst, her partner and 10-year-old. We take in animals that need new homes or intense rehabilitation, and we're working towards creating a job training site for individuals with special needs. We have a teeny tiny art studio, and lots of space to run for the kids (it's fully fenced!)
Hey ya'll! We’re a small non-profit farm run by a trauma-aware Board Certified Behavior Analyst, her partner and 10-year-old. We take in animals that need new homes or intense rehabilitation, and we're working towards creating a job training site for individuals with special needs. We have a teeny tiny art studio, and lots of space to run for the kids (it's fully fenced!). Enjoy S'Mores by the campfire before bed and wake up to the farm animal chorus and have a breakfast sandwich.
We have two acres with 2 horses (all rescues), 2 baby cows, lots of Quail, a rescue goose with Angel wing, lots of rescue ducks and chickens, and a rescued ranch dog! Inclusive and Child Friendly!
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
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Tent Rental with Setup
We'll set up a tent in a prime location for you!
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Kids feed the farm animals for free
If you have kids under 13, they can help feed either dinner or breakfast to a...Read more
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Half dozen eggs
Let us know if you want quail or chicken and how many you'd like!
Take home a dozen chicken eggs on us!
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Black Hollow Farm - A 501(c)3 in Oregon.
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
👍people/cause, camp spot needs wor
Maybe if we had arrived at a decent hour and been able to see better we would have had a better idea where the best place to set up would have been, but it was such a small space, and in the walk way they needed to use to feed the animals in the morning it was not really a comfortable situation.. a lot of animals right next to the camp spot meant an overwhelming smell from their feces/urine.. they seem like truly great people so I hate to leave a poor review, but maybe if they finessed a spot away from the animals and walkway it could be spectacular..
One very cool thing that we arrived to was a kit to make s'mores over the fire with- which we did and loved!
Amazing property, sweet animals, and very welcoming hosts! This was a great stop on our way to Mt Hood. Loved meeting the animals and chatting with the hosts. Would definitely recommend if you’re in the area!
Amazing cause, and great host
Great host, haven't gotten to stay there yet actually because we didn't end up making it, but awesome and kind to interact with and if you check out their website hopshoovesandhumanity.org, you can checkout what their missions are, and they amazing causes, am looking forward to getting to go soon!
Amazing little farm and hosts
Did a night of tent/car camping at this little farm and was blown away! The animals were the stars of the show and we were greeted with a detailed note of all their names and temperaments. Were provided treats for both ourselves and the horses and enjoyed them over a campfire at dusk. Even had the opportunity to use their huge trampoline! We left the next morning with some of their excess quail and chicken eggs and and feeling lucky to have stayed in such a unique little farm. Though it was never requested, we made an additional donation to their 501c3 for the important work they are doing. Note this was not intended to be a place to use wifi extensively: There was only one bar where we camped and zero near the campfire. But if you love animals and great hospitality, this is a wonderful place to unplug. Thanks for sharing!