Set where the forest meets the valley, this ranch campsite is a private haven ideal for rest and relaxation. Views include breathtaking sunrises and sunsets, awe-inspiring stargazing, and roaming wildlife. Guests will enjoy solitude in nature on a family-owned and operated cattle ranch.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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Adventure through the forest and desert on dirt roads and trails that are easily accessible directly from the campsite.
Hike through the undeveloped sagebrush and pine forest landscape surrounding the campsite on the ranch, or wander onto the Malh...Read more
Observe many species of majestic birds, including but not limited to Bald Eagles, Pileated Woodpeckers, Curlews, Snipes, and Sa...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Bear Valley Cow Camp in Oregon.
High desert climate with sagebrush, bitter brush, rabbit brush, bunch grasses, and forbs.
Near a Ponderosa Pine forest with numerous Quaking Aspen patches nestled along the creeks.
The campsite is located at the base of small, timbered mountains with a plain view of the Strawberry Mountain Wilderness to the...Read more
Native hay meadows with colorful spring and summer wildflowers and clover.
A family-owned cow-calf operation that raises natural grass-fed and finished beef with a commitment to sustainability and high ...Read more
The vibe at Bear Valley Cow Camp
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What a beautiful, remote place! We stayed three nights on the ranch with our small pop up trailer and were blown away by beautiful sunsets and sunrises, the Strawberry Mountains in the distance, and all the wildlife at this amazing property.
The site is well situated with the basics (latrine, fire pit, level patch, tree cover) with water, wood, and garbage nearby. The views were outstanding, cost was minimal, and Mat even helped fill a leaking tire when we were in our way out. It’s definitely worth the trip out o explore the nearby national forests, we would highly recommend it!
Absolutely the most peaceful place! Breathtaking views, stunning starry sky and the wildlife was so fun! Saw 2 newborn antelope. Incredible sunset! Can't say enough. For the camper who wants to get away, and try something different, go. We look forward to returning and checking out the Strawberry Mountains. Thank you Mat and Jennifer
One word: magical
This was the most incredible property we have stayed at in the last 2 years of RVing across all of the western states. The sunset was magnificent, we watched deer graze not 50 yards from our campsite which was under a massive Ponderosa Pine, and saw not a single soul. They provided a fire pit and there was ample room to roam. Total privacy. We will certainly be back.
It’s a magnificent setting — classic Western landscape of open prairie filled with sagebrush and cheatgrass nestled up against hillsides of ponderosa pine. It couldn’t be more private. BUT, take the admonition against using GPS seriously. Google Maps nearly killed us sending us through some treacherous forest service work roads in until we retraced our steps.
Beautiful, remote, just what we wanted! Fell asleep to the mooing of the herd, and woke up to a coyote pack howling together. So beautiful! I loved the no-contact directions and setup they have, made me feel safe in COVID times. Gravel road and then a dirt path with some low scrubs on the road, so prolly not great for a super low clearance vehicle.