Camping in a forested area with ponds and open fields near by. The ponds have frogs and other wildlife living in them. Other wildlife such as deer and squirrels are always in the area. Ranch animals such as cows and buffalo can walk through the area. There are trails to walk on to go explore the area, but remember being a forest one can find bees or poison oak when off the t
Camping in a forested area with ponds and open fields near by. The ponds have frogs and other wildlife living in them. Other wildlife such as deer and squirrels are always in the area. Ranch animals such as cows and buffalo can walk through the area. There are trails to walk on to go explore the area, but remember being a forest one can find bees or poison oak when off the trails. Be aware and keep everyone safe and have fun. Within a couple minutes drive is the north Umpqua river for fishing, boating, or swimming.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Dirt roads and trails for mountain bike riders.
Lakes and rivers near by for your boating pleasures.
North Umpqua river near by and Umpqua national forest lakes are within an hours drive.
Dirt roads and trails to hike on, just ask the host for directions and best places to go.
Prearranged horseback rides for kids are available on the ranch.
Check in with us about bringing your ohv, atv for riding trails
Steep hiking on the property and mountain climbing available up the north Umpqua river.
Camp sites are around ponds that campers can swim in or there is the river just a few miles away.
There's always wildlife to see, birds, deer, squirrels, etc. plus farm animals.
Natural features you'll find at Douglas fir camping in Oregon.
Buffalo, miniature cows, donkeys, etc. are on the property. being a ranch you have to go through gates when coming and going.
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Shady, mountain camping feel
The site was wonderful. We prefer to not be packed into a tiny space with RV's, campers, and generators and this was a perfect fit for us. Great spot for tent camping. Very shady. We stayed during 90 degree weather and still felt pretty comfortable. We did not encounter a single mosquito and we believe that was thanks to all the dragonflies and frogs living at the adjacent pond. We did not encounter the livestock, but we did get to see a few deer.
This was our first time trying HipCamp and we had a great time here. Dan was friendly, helpful, and provided extra amenities that weren't in the listing. Would definitely stay again.