- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 30% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Majestic trees, big sky Splendor in Oregon.
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Nope, not what was expecting.
The host was great but the site itself wasn’t what I was expecting, it’s not a campsite is a lot in the woods. We stayed two nights and both of them you can hear people screaming and shooting their guns until 3-4 in the morning. There also was a lady in a red truck telling us that this is private property and people should not be camping here, even though I told her that the host allowed us to stay there.
Secluded and picturesque
The campsite was perfect, a little, picturesque piece of land tucked away. The directions provided were incredibly helpful. There was a nice little trail around the property and it was convenient to go explore other areas.
I did purchase firewood to be waiting for me at the site. What was provided was a pile of gathered wood from the property. Helpful, but something I could have easily done without paying extra.
Quick stop on a road trip
Pros: Plenty of firewood, beautiful spot.
Cons: Generator running in the distance until well after midnight, domestic dogs barking continuously, not very clear where to camp.
It looks like this was a pretty new listing on hipcamp when we camped here, with a little more information from the host I think this could be a really great listing.
Molly texted us detailed directions on how to get to the sight and told us to keep an eye out for the orange tent to know we were there. Definitely follow her directions and not Google Maps!
There was a small U-Shaped spot to drive onto the property - I think this was the only way to drive onto the property, I wasn't 100% clear on whether you could drive further into the property or if you should hike to other camping camping sites.
We got in a little too late to explore much, but there did appear to be a walking path to walk further in to the property (maybe there are some neater camping spots further back). We stayed in the spot that was clearly on Molly's property near the orange tent because that was easiest to unload for car camping - we were probably about 20 yards from the road, but I don't think we noticed a single other car come by the entire time.
It was a very beautiful spot to camp and very easy to start a tiny fire.
Unfortunately there was a generator in the near distance that was running until well after midnight as well as domestic dogs barking pretty consistantly. It did quiet down sometime after midnight though.
I think what would make this spot better would be some trail markers (either a sign, or just a little stack of rocks) to show where on the property was ok to venture around or camp.