Pristine Ranch (Pristineranch.com) is in the country with 46 acres. Cows, chickens, goats and horses are on the property. Short hiking and biking trails on the property. Fern Ridge lake is close (15 minute drive) by and many wineries are very close. The Oregon coast is a 50 minute drive. Downtown Eugene is a 25 minute drive.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Pristine Ranch in Oregon.
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Pristine Ranch was beautiful in March. The wild iris flowers were everywhere. Jason kindly put out an extension cord so we could plug in. I stay here when I visit my granddaughter who lives in Eugene. It's close to the big city, but out in the country where it's much more peaceful.
Peaceful private camp near eugene
The host was kind and helpful. The land was peaceful and private- so much better than an RV park. There were three beautiful horses nearby and a group of chickens free ranging around. My granddaughter loved the mini zip line. A short trail to the top of a nearby ridge offered a view of Fern Ridge Lake off in the distance. Quite a nice spot to spend some time relaxing, and it’s fairly close to Eugene for the city amenities.
Great camping at pristine ranch!
What a great camp experience at Pristine Ranch. We needed a place to camp with our three children and camper trailer and this was perfect for us! Jason was a great host and we had so much fun playing with the chickens, goats & feeding the horses some apples! Thank you for hosting us!
Feels like home away from home
We had a wonderful time at Pristine Ranch. Everyone was so welcoming and so patient with the kids! My boys, 2 and 4 years old had a blast with the chickens and the goats, they loved the horses too! Ginger the goat is everyone’s best friend! We will hopefully be back in the area one day to see them again!