Pitch your tent in a shaded oak grove adjacent to the farm animals. Very private, quiet, and super night skies. You are welcome to walk the property to observe the livestock grazing various pastures. Within walking distance of the town of Sublimity. Close to Silver Falls State Park, and short drive to Opal Creek, Breitenbush Hot Springs, the Jefferson Wilderness, and PC
Pitch your tent in a shaded oak grove adjacent to the farm animals. Very private, quiet, and super night skies. You are welcome to walk the property to observe the livestock grazing various pastures. Within walking distance of the town of Sublimity. Close to Silver Falls State Park, and short drive to Opal Creek, Breitenbush Hot Springs, the Jefferson Wilderness, and PCT. $25 per night for two adults, Children under 16 free. Groups over 2, please add $10/person. If you will be arriving after 7pm, please let us know ahead of time. If you cannot arrive by 9pm, please find another place to camp; we are farmers who rise early, and late arrivals create great difficulty for us. Thank you for your understanding.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 50%
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Greg the owner is super friendly and down to Earth. I was really impressed with this farms sustainability. There are solar panels powering everything which was really cool. the dogs were sweet, theres a border collie named sweet pea that is well trained and will surely check you out before you enter the property, I threw her ball for her a few times! the weather was great so I was again able to just set out a sleeping pad and thermarest. I really enjoyed my visit to this farm. I highly recommend this.
Great stay at peaceful farm
My daughter and I really loved staying here! Beautiful, sweet farm- my kid loved meeting all the animals. Our hosts were so kind and welcoming. We immediately felt at home! Camping spot was large, quiet and peaceful. Highly recommend this place. Very easy to get to Silverton and Silver Falls.
Feel for country life.
First the stay was pleasant safe and comfortable. There is a clean out house for business.
We just camped out as we were driving for 2 days before arrival from Oceanside to Portland then down to Sublimity.
The owner was a little confused when we showed then it dawned on him oh you are hip campers I know I am not the average hipcamper although that demo is varied enough.
So this was only my third hipcamp so I now know just say hipcamp when you pull up. These folks are running a 64 acre farm so the guy paying a twenty to sleep in a corner of a field is low on the list for the days worries.
This place or spot is a fenced field maybe 5-7 acres. We had it to ourselves. The ground is a bit lumpy everywhere so be aware.
We didn’t do any animal activities just because of the travel and need of a rest day so I can’t speak to that.
Good option for van camp or truck camp. No amazing views or anything but nice quick spot with no hassles or problems.
Peaceful farm camping
Our stay at Sublime Organics was awesome! We pulled out VW camper into a shaded area of their pasture and enjoyed the quiet and nice breeze. The site was very private and close to the compost outhouse (first time I'd used a compost toilet - no smell!). We also took the farm tour the morning before we left... well worth the extra $20. Learned so much. Greg and Ellen were great hosts. Even got some duck eggs! We will definitely visit again!
This farm is Amazing. Greg and his wife Ellen were great hosts and showed us all around the farm, introduced us to all the animals, hunted for duck eggs, played catch with their dog, picked black berries, and overall felt very welcomed by them. They set us up with a very private area to camp near the goats and a Llama. It was the perfect place for my son and I to camp while we visited the state fair in Salem. What a great time! Thanks guys!!!