Pitch your tent or borrow mine in a meadow within view of main house or a site more private. The famous Rogue River is 2 miles away and Mt. Ashland is 45 min by car! There are great hikes in the area (Table Rock & Mt. McLoughlin) or you can just hike around the property. Visit with our chickens or the 2 dogs Wren and Bella who love company! Summer can be very warm and we hav
Pitch your tent or borrow mine in a meadow within view of main house or a site more private. The famous Rogue River is 2 miles away and Mt. Ashland is 45 min by car! There are great hikes in the area (Table Rock & Mt. McLoughlin) or you can just hike around the property. Visit with our chickens or the 2 dogs Wren and Bella who love company! Summer can be very warm and we have had some smoke in the area due to fire season. Please reach out with any questions and we'll be in touch!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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Coleman Campstove - 2 burner
I have a Coleman camp stove if you need to borrow one during your stay!
Borrow my hammock to use for a good nights rest up in the meadow!
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Cedar Meadow in Oregon.
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The best hipcamp experience!
If you're looking for a remote camping option, this is the place! My college-age daughter & I stayed at a handful of places over the course of a week, and this was our favorite.
We had a convenient parking spot right in the driveway and a short walk along a winding path to get to the campsite. Once at the campsite, we didn't feel as though we were in someone's backyard, which is precisely what we were seeking. Cecilia was super helpful in advance of and during our stay, but we were otherwise left to ourselves to enjoy the great outdoors. We will definitely be visiting again when we are in the Ashland area.
Lots of poison oak
The trail leading up to this spot is a quick walk, but it is not an easy one, especially while carrying things. It is very steep dirt that makes you take little baby steps coming down so you don't slip. Additionally, it was very narrow since the side of the path has a lot of poison oak on it. I was extremely paranoid I was going to get it on myself or my gear. It was the most poison oak I had seen anywhere people pay to go to. If they weren't going to remove it, they could have at least spray painted it so it was all very visible. The campsite itself was nice enough, but the surrounding area where I would go to pee had some more spots of poison oak. The toilet is a toilet bucket with a bag inside, so it wasn't ideal for peeing. Mostly just there in case of a number two emergency. Also a lot of mosquitoes, but bug spray was kindly provided.
The site is about 100 yards through a steep ravine on a narrow, steep path surrounded by poison oak. There is no water at the site. The level area was not large enough for our 4 person tent. The "porta-pottie" is actually a 5 gallon bucket with a plastic seat and a plastic bag to catch the waste. The bag was more than half full when we arrived. There is a large industrial cannabis grow just uphill from the site which makes noise (music, cars, talking) at all hours.
It was a very easy process once I met Cecilia! She showed me how to get to the meadow and where to get water, and gave me some delicious, fresh chicken eggs. We didn't cross paths for the rest of the weekend, but she was very responsive and helpful, and I got to meet her dog and goats. Google maps was not very helpful when finding the place -- the road goes much farther than the map shows. So just remember the address and make sure to stay on the main dirt road (sometimes private driveways look like the main road). And AT&T gets very little to no reception up there so plan accordingly. Verizon works fine. I would highly recommend!
Rustic, affordable, cute dogs
Great simple accommodations for the price point… Not too far off the five freeway. I will say that hiking to the camp spot was a little unanticipated. If you have a lot of gear it’s definitely gonna be a hassle to get it to and from the campsite. In my head I was expecting to pull up and camp out of the car, but again this is somewhere between a hike in and drive up spot. It’s a pretty steep ravine, may be difficult for older or disabled folks to make it. There was enough space for two tents, definitely plenty more for hammocks. Once at the site, it is fairly private and serene.
Just you and the hillside
Secluded spot in the woods at the base of the foothills. There was lots of space. Its mostly sloped, so you can only pitch a tent on the the flat surface they made. Its not that large, so big tents wont work. Think queen sized bed dimensions as being about too big. There was a table and two chairs. You can eat there under the stars
Cedar meadow was the perfect safe space as I made the 2-day trek down from Seattle to San Francisco. It was not too far off the freeway and safe and so quite and peaceful. Cecilia was welcoming and sweet. Was perfect for what I needed.