Interested in staying on a beautiful diversified working family farm? The campsite has picturesque pasture, pond, and mountain views. Perfectly situated in an oak shaded corner of our pasture facing west with gorgeous sunsets. Park your car a few hundred feet from the campsite. Picnic table, fire pit, hammock, and outdoor composting toilet provided. You'll see our Jersey cow
Interested in staying on a beautiful diversified working family farm? The campsite has picturesque pasture, pond, and mountain views. Perfectly situated in an oak shaded corner of our pasture facing west with gorgeous sunsets. Park your car a few hundred feet from the campsite. Picnic table, fire pit, hammock, and outdoor composting toilet provided. You'll see our Jersey cows and Icelandic sheep from the campsite, offering quintessential farm scenery (but fenced out of your pasture area!). Ample birding potential with blue heron, bald eagles, and great horned owls a regular sight.
Yes, there is good cell reception throughout the farm :)
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We sell our raw A2-A2 pasture-raised, grain-free Jersey cow milk!
15 minutes off I-5
20 minutes to Medford
20 minutes to Rogue River rafting
35 minutes to Ashland
35 minutes to the lakes region of Klamath county, in the pristine old growth forest at the foot of Mt. McLoughlin (Lake of the Woods, Fourmile Lake, Fish Lake) offering fishing, boating, swimming, hiking, sightseeing, sailing, and waterskiing.
45 minutes to Prospect waterfalls (our favorite)
1.5 hr to Crater Lake National Park
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Rafting on the Rogue River is a common summer pastime here with lots of rafting rental companies nearby to choose from.
We highly recommend hiking Upper or Lower Table Rock. Both trailheads are less than 20 minutes from the farm. There are also se...Read more
Highly recommend Lake of the Woods, 30 minutes east of the farm.
We highly recommend Lake of the Woods day use areas for swimming. It's about 30 min from the farm and well worth a visit.
Natural features you'll find at Pasture Camping on the Farm in Oregon.
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Lovely farm property with a dedicated area for tent camping. The tent area had a firepit, picnic table, hammock, and even a biodegradable toilet. The property has a great view of the surrounding hills. Kick back and relax with the sheep and watch the sun set over the hills.
We had a lovely stay at the farm! It was a really nice spot with good amenities and a beautiful view. We especially liked getting to hang out by the sheep. Emma and Kurt were very responsive and helpful and their directions to get to the spot were very clear. Would definitely stay there again if we’re ever in the area!
This campsite was beautiful- very private and had great views. Compost toilet was clean and easy to use. Hammock was nice with space to set up another hammock nearby. Short walk from car parking spot to camping area.
Lovely country farm
Only two cautions: this is a working farm, with plenty of animals noises during morning and evening, and the parking spot is not right next to the site, so mentally prepare for not having that convenience. Otherwise, this was such a pleasant campsite for our family! We were delighted with the farm animals and the lovely scenery all around us. The composting toilet was clean and easy to use. The location was conveniently close to both Eagle Point and Medford, so we had no problem getting camping necessities. Cell reception was fine. I would definitely stay here again or recommend it to others.
absolutely beautiful site! loved camping here. such beautiful views of the farm, great fire pit, and feels very private which is nice. also a cute little hammock to relax in. we explored crater lake from here - a bit of a drive but def doable and easy! great hosts, easy to find the site.
Happy camping on the farm
Staying on Emma and Kurt's farm was a very special experience for me. I was on a road trip from California to Crater Lake, so it's location was ideal.
The directions were super clear and I had no trouble finding it and getting myself all settled in. I was using a roof-top tent which meant that had to actually camp in the parking area by the barns. This turned out to be a bonus as the sound of the cows and sheep breathing and moving about at night was quite soothing. The roosters started their crowing at 4: 30 a.m. but I was able to doze as it soon became white noise, blending in with the bleating of sheep.
I set up my camp kitchen on the picnic table in the camping area where there was a fire pit and a few logs, along with a hammock which I actually tried out! The toilet was clean and practical, though there was no running water, so bring plenty of your own.
The family are delightful and very friendly, coming over to milk the jersey cows twice a day by hand and gather eggs. I bought some of their creamy milk and tried the incredible home made ice cream.
There is a nice twenty minute hike along a canal which borders the property and the sunsets are epic.
I heartily recommend trying this campsite if you are passing through Southern Oregon.
Camping on a farm!
My friends and I loved the beautiful views on the farm! Setting up was easy & the toilet directions were clear! Everything was clean & maintained! The macrame hammock was fun! The fire pit worked great & the grass was flat & maintained! The animals were kind & not bothersome. Very peaceful!!