The location is in farm country at the edge of the Cascade foothills between Mt. Angel and the Marquam area, with expansive views to the east of the Cascade Mountains all the way to the coastal mountains to the west. Magnificent sunrises and glorious sunsets, as well as the beautiful, fertile Willamette Valley countryside, will be appreciated by all Hip campers. 30 minutes f
The location is in farm country at the edge of the Cascade foothills between Mt. Angel and the Marquam area, with expansive views to the east of the Cascade Mountains all the way to the coastal mountains to the west. Magnificent sunrises and glorious sunsets, as well as the beautiful, fertile Willamette Valley countryside, will be appreciated by all Hip campers. 30 minutes from Silver Falls and Champoeg State Park. Gravel sites have 110 volt hook-up.
- 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
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Great place to stay
Really a great picturesque spot.
The hosts Paula was very helpful on the phone. Got a chance to meet Ken on Sunday.
Super friendly and we would want to come back for sure.
We enjoyed every minute we camped on this property. The grounds are very well kept and it is a very large area. I had no problems maneuvering my 42' 5th wheel toy hauler. I will say the road is a little rough coming in, but that is not their fault. We hooked up to an extension cord that they supplied for 20 amp power and that was enough power to get us through. The surrounding area offers great hiking and great breweries to visit. We took our 3 Brittany spaniels and they got to run free on the property in the tall grass. Man did they have a great time!
Peaceful and serene
The spots are far apart from each other. Electricity is available. The view is expansive and pretty, and there is often a falcon swooping around. At night, you can hear frogs, wind, and owls. We went into Mount Angel during the day and enjoyed gourmet honey, and a Benedictine brewery. The town has a Bavarian feel. The campsite had a lovely restroom with a stall shower, free, very clean, and on a large water tank. The site is pretty and often used for weddings. The one downside is that the expansive view comes with a fair amount of wind at times. Tents or pop ups that flap might get pushed or flapped by the wind and should be well secured. We had a Taxa Cricket and it held up very well, as did the fully hard sided RVs and camper vans we saw. Would definitely recommend for a peaceful weekend.
Paulas place was in a great location for us to attend the Tulip Festival. Bathroom and kitchen area was nice. Rainy weather kept us inside a lot of the time but there were really pretty field views and great clouds. Not a place with much privacy from camping neighbors if it was full but that was the only drawback I could see.