About Northwest Lakeside Meadow
We are a 501c3 Not for Profit that wishes to help. If you have a van or RV or way to be self contained we have space and RV hook ups. Experience the vibrant autumn colors of viridian and gold then pitch your tent or park your RV or van in our rustic retreat of old world moss magic, towering evergreens, fern, garden, meadow, dappled light, shade, hawk, owl, eagle and lake. A tunnel takes you from the mandala garden to the lake front. A commercial kitchen and Activity barn for basketball and all the beauty of the northwest await you here in our sanctuary along the shores of Triangle Lake. We host a safe, cosy romantic, rustic family friendly corner in Oregon where you can soak in the beauty of the Northwest and get a prime view of starlight. We are a 501c3 not for profit and the facility is run entirely by the efforts of a small but dedicated group of volunteers. Proceeds of any kind go directly to the upkeep and cost of bills to keep the electricity, heat, propane and other expenses so that our facility is operational and a safe warm haven for whomever needs it. We have other resources including food donations to share.
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 30
- Accessible by: Drive
- Accommodation: Tent, Vehicles & RVs
- Check in after: 2PM
- Check out before: 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Northwest Lakeside Meadow
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Sleeping next to the fireplace with an amazing view of Milky Way. We didn't need to sleep in the tent at all. Had a beautiful Solar Eclipse experience, with a beautiful crowd of people. Didn't have that much time to explore the area, there is more to see! Recommend anyone who is looking for a secluded place in the middle of the nature & water.
We arrived after midnight, so it was difficult to find it with no street signs. "Search for an open door in a wire fence, next to the lake, across from the sign -Circle of Children- "
We booked this last minute for Labor Day weekend because southern Oregon was on fire and we had to leave our beach campsite. Super grateful we found a place to stay, and enjoyed our evening there. Kind of has a festival camping type vibe and feels like you're camping at your divorced uncle's lakefront property where he has yet to build his dream bachelor pad. If you want to get super into the community up the road, there are plenty of school buses turned homes and a garden to volunteer at. We just pitched a tent by the lake, drank beer, let the dogs run around, and jumped into the water a few times. There's a nice dock and fire pit and it wasn't too shabby of a place to call home for the night.