About a 1-hour drive from Portland on the base of Mount Hood, Zigzag Mountain farm offers the perfect escape from the city with 50 acres of meadows and forest, bordering thousands of acres of national forest. Camp in your own tent, stay in one of 8 yurts, or rent the 2-bedroom original cabin. Camping is not designated by sites, but by areas. You select the area you prefer an
About a 1-hour drive from Portland on the base of Mount Hood, Zigzag Mountain farm offers the perfect escape from the city with 50 acres of meadows and forest, bordering thousands of acres of national forest. Camp in your own tent, stay in one of 8 yurts, or rent the 2-bedroom original cabin. Camping is not designated by sites, but by areas. You select the area you prefer and choose a spot. The farm is home to an organic garden, campfire circle, picnic area, a city bus with a campers' kitchen, outdoor seating area with BBQ, kids play structure and hiking trails. A year-round creek flows through the property.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Mountain biking in the area
Zigzag Mountain Trail leaves from the property. Short hiking trails on site.
In nearby lakes and rivers
Nearby in the Zigzag River
Natural features you'll find at Camping at Zigzag Mountain Farm in Oregon.
1.5 acre organic garden
Places to see near Zigzag Mountain Farm
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A really beautiful place with lots of options for camping in both meadow and forest areas. Fresh spring water available, as well as bathrooms and showers. Very friendly and welcoming staff, I would stay here again if I was in the area.
Would like to stay longer next time
Great last minute yurt trip!
Awesome community kitchen TriMet bus!
Kids loved it.
Nature there is gorgeous, the work you’re all doing is evident, keep it up.
Go to zigzag farm, it's cute!!!
Super cute place to stay, tucked away in the woods but still accessible with a small grocery store nearby if you run out of supplies. Very unique and inventive take on outdoors! The kitchenette common area inside the bus was super cute.
I will certainly come back to stay in a yurt. The staff was extremely nice and welcoming
I loved this place. After exploring a dozen campgrounds this summer in North Oregon, this was one of my favorites. For the price, you won’t find better facilities: drinking water, a nice kitchen (bring your own cooking tools), flush toilets and showers. If you need cell coverage, we had it consistently (Verizon). A few miles off the road, it feels secluded enough to be relaxing. But you’re about 3 miles from a grocery store, liquor store, gas station, and several restaurants. It’s a great place and can’t wait to get back there.