We are a family ran farm, we have cattle, goats, pigs, chickens and honey bees we raise produce and hay. You will have all the wonderful smells and sounds of a farm.Our farm sits in a beautiful valley that gives us a panaramic view of the Cascade Mountains, Smith Rock and the Buttes. There are 5 ponds on the property. You will be able to enjoy a designated camp fire ( whe
We are a family ran farm, we have cattle, goats, pigs, chickens and honey bees we raise produce and hay. You will have all the wonderful smells and sounds of a farm.Our farm sits in a beautiful valley that gives us a panaramic view of the Cascade Mountains, Smith Rock and the Buttes. There are 5 ponds on the property. You will be able to enjoy a designated camp fire ( when allowed by the County). There are two clawfoot bathtubs on the property for your soaking enjoyment that can be rent (with 24 hr prior notice).
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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We booked a campsite at Bluestone Natural Farms for a couple nights during our visit to Smith Rock - proximity to the park was great, and we loved the amenities (porta potties and a sink with running water!). We had a third car in our party, and Onda was super accommodating. We'd love to stay here again next time we're in the area!
Close to smith rock
Bluestone Natural Farms was a nice stay. Mike and Onda were helpful and accommodating and the farm is really close to Smith Rock (about 20 mins) as well as easy drive into Bend and Sisters. There are lots of critters on the farm and you will be greeted each morning by them all waking up.
Great place to stay.
We chose Bluestone Natural Farms as an interim place to stay. It was only a few miles out of Redmond, which worked well for us. A lot of critters on this farm, but we were pleasantly surprised by the fact the roosters did not wake us early in the morning and it was great to be entertained by the rest of the animals. It is a working farm, but we had no problem with that as we both grew up in the country. Enough electricity was provided via an extension cord to run the basics in our diesel motorhome. There was also fresh water available and garbage cans. I just wish that I had known upon arrival that I could have made it easier on the owners by sorting my garbage. They use food scraps to feed their pigs and I would have gladly kept them separate had I been aware of that. My husband had more contact with Onda and her husband, and said they were not great people. The views were awesome and we would definitely make a return trip. Thanks for your hospitality.
Super family friendly! moo! 🐮🐷🐔
Once we found this place by Googling the name versus following the map on Hipcamp, the weekend was smooth sailing. Onda & Mike were wonderful hosts on their sweet little working farm (FYI: lots of farm smells & sounds that come/go that were a part of the experience, but nothing too terrible)! We were a group of 7 with 4 kids aged 5-13yo and we all enjoyed getting a tour of the farm, collecting chicken eggs, feeding the goats & pigs, and watching Molly, the cow, get milked. If we had one more day, we would’ve loved to have a soak in their claw foot tubs and had a chance to row on their pond. Next time! I would def recommend this camp for families!
So good, this is our third visit!
Absolutely love this farm. It's got it all: The animals, the mountain views, the farm stand and incredibly welcoming hosts. We'll be back again for sure!