Hipcamp host Willow K.
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WE ALL MUST COMPLY WITH COVID SOCIAL DISTANCING AND CLEANLINESS. ❤️Follow HEART BARN on INSTAGRAM❤️ Camp 4 miles from the beautiful Oregon coast in the lush Beavercreek valley. We have a variety of wetland wildlife here including a visiting elk herd, and various camp spots to choose from in the big field (to the side of the barn) and smaller meadow (in front of the barn parking
WE ALL MUST COMPLY WITH COVID SOCIAL DISTANCING AND CLEANLINESS. ❤️Follow HEART BARN on INSTAGRAM❤️ Camp 4 miles from the beautiful Oregon coast in the lush Beavercreek valley. We have a variety of wetland wildlife here including a visiting elk herd, and various camp spots to choose from in the big field (to the side of the barn) and smaller meadow (in front of the barn parking lot). Our barn (which guests are welcome to enjoy) is also a super cool event space with a stage, mirrors, couches, kitchen, instruments, dance floor, black light ping pong, tables, bunks, and a little apartment we call the "green room". Please,for safety, no kids in the “gym” area. PARENTS NOTE: Barn and area are NOT “child proofed”, although super fun for kids when supervised! We have NEW propane Instant Hot Water Shower, and a solar shower camp bag set up in our rustic shower house behind the barn, and a communal fire pit, bbq, and big spool picnic tables. NEW! We’ve got 3 individual portable fire pits that can be used at your own camp site- first come, first serve on those! ONLY other fires are it’s the communal fire pit, UNLESS You bring your own! NEW: Fire Wood for sale here. (Bring your own thoughts if you want smaller chunks!) Our two sweetheart labs, Hazel and Brutus will greet you. We live in a little weather bubble and are out of the coastal fog zone. It is generally quiet and peaceful out here, and a sweet rustic getaway. Cyclists welcome too. On the way here, just off of hwy 101 is Ona Beach state park. There you can kayak, canoe, or fish on the east side of the hwy. The beach and beautiful state park is on the west side with Beaver creek flowing through it and a lovely bridge over it. We are just 5 minute drive form there. NOTE: Our driveway is a down hill bumpy one, and Must be taken slowly, especially for large rvs or trailers. The barn parking lot is big enough to turn around in once you get down the driveway. OR- park up top as soon as you come through the gate and walk down first to have a look around and decide if you want to drive down or not. The sign at our gate says Art Farm Barn. Large groups are welcome((within Current legal covid limits)), please contact me.( We have had events with up to 250 people in the past.) Also, check us out on fb Artfarm Barn(But I rarely check that messenger, so please contact me here.). — Amenities: We have 3 Porta potties, solar sun heated(or heat water up in the kitchen) shower bags. The kitchen has big counters, microwave, hot plate, coffee maker, blender, croc pot, gas range, mini fridge, cold water sink, dishes. We have a bbq and a fire pit. PLEASE NO MEAT WRAPPERS or products left here! Pack them out in your car! (The dogs will tear up our garbages if they smell meat!!) No personal camp fires please.) WiFi in the barn. RVs welcome, but large Rvs beware of our intense driveway, and drive slowly. We DO NOT have Rv hookups. We maybe could run an extension cord from the barn if needed, if you park in our lot.
Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans and truck campers, trailers, RVs
20 sites
Up to 6 guests per site
Park at listing
ADA access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Kitchen available
Showers available
Picnic table available
Wifi available
No potable water
Pack it out
Camping vehicle details
Generators allowed
No electrical hookup
No water hookup
No sewage hookup
No TV hookup
Pull-in site
Max length 26ft
Accommodates slideouts
Surface type: grass or field
Surface levelness: flat
Have a question? Send Willow a message!
  • Check in: After 2PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Strict
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 6 months out
  • Response time: Within an hour
  • Response rate: 100%


Offered on the Host's property or nearby.


At certain seasons, people fish off of the little bridge on S.Beavercreek road.(in between us and Ona beach st park)


Besides walking around our property, or up the mellow dead end gravel road; there is also a state park just about 1 mile west o...Read more


Beavercreek is open for canoes or kayaks and the boat launch is 4 miles west of Artfarm Barn at Ona Beach st park. Another cano...Read more


Ona beach is just 4 miles away for hopping in the ocean or in the creek that flows through the park.

Wildlife watching

Wetland birds of all kinds are here in the wet months, as well as Beaver, river otter, deer, a while elk herd, and various oth...Read more



Natural features you'll find at BeaverCreek Artfarm Barn in Oregon.


Ona beach is just 4 miles from us and is such a beautiful park! Beavercreek mianders through it with a beautiful bridge to walk...Read more


We are surrounded by beautiful Oregon forest

River, stream, or creek

Beavercreek boat launch is just 4 miles away, we are on the south fork of it here.

Swimming hole

You can jump in Beavercreek at the little bridge and swim 2.5 miles from us, on the way to Ona Beach. The part of Beavercreek t...Read more


We live in a wetland area. The field is wetland when not in dry summer months. Elk herd frequents here, as well as a variety of...Read more


Free range chickens, ducks and cats. PLEASE no dogs that chase, unless on a leash.


Downhill bumpy driveway. Can be tricky for big Rvs or trailers. Parking lot at top of driveway and also at the bottom by the barn.


The vibe at BeaverCreek Artfarm Barn

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Hipcamper Evan
Evan K.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
August 29th, 2016

The Artfarm Barn was a totally rad place to stay! The hosts Willow and Josh were so welcoming and wanted to make our stay as awesome as possible. In the summer season they mow a huge portion of the wetland the Barn is next to, so there is a huge area to pitch your tent and even drive your car. In the wet season you can camp right next to the Barn or even inside of it! There is a large communal fire pit with seating and also a charcoal grill for cooking. Inside, the Artfarm Barn holds all kinds of wonders, from bunk beds to instruments, to ping pong tables and stages. It is awesome to explore and see all the crafty and funky artwork and crafts. Also at night, you can turn on the black lights and play ping pong! It was life changing haha! In the morning Willow showed us all of the amazingly hard work put into the communal garden growing a wide array of fruits plants and vegetables using innovative and new gardening techniques. We were also lucky enough to be there with a tiny herd of 9 week old puppies running around. It's way too easy to have a great time here so get ready. Thanks again so much to Willow and Josh for sharing there awesome farm and treating us like old friends!

Looking west toward the sunset over more of the wetland and where we decided to pitch our tent. We used a large cable spool as table!Beautiful sunny wetlands at sunset, looking east. You can camp and explore anywhere out there in the dry season.The tall grass is your backdrop and provides the whole area with it's natural feel and earthy setting.Cooking breakfast is easy with various spots to do so. We chose to stay out in the field but we could have used the barn, the grill or the fire pit!
Hipcamper Oleg
Oleg L.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
July 5th, 2017

Lots of space for tent camping. Funky common space with kitchen and a lot of hang out areas.

Hipcamper Mei
Mei H.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
August 21st, 2017

Willow was the best host ever when we went to the art farm barn for the solar eclipse!
We got there in the afternoon and were greeted by her friendly guard dogs and were welcomed to explore her property and choose anywhere on her massive field to camp. She even let us drive our car over to make it easier to move our things.

Later that night, The potluck at the barn was so awesome! Although we had our own stove, she let us use her charcoal grill to cook some brats and we all shared a campfire to keep us warm. The barn was so whimsical and fun to see the other families and the kids playing in.
A special treat was when Willow and her friend performed fire dancing for all of us. My jaw dropped as they Effortlessly performed for us tricks that didn't look possible!

We had to leave early the next morning, but we really enjoyed meeting her family and friends and seeing the beautiful Milky Way galaxy from our campsite. I would recommend it to anyone!

Hipcamper Patrick
Patrick M.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
August 21st, 2017

Great property that's like seriously perfect for large groups. It's perfect for everyone really, but especially large groups. The amount of space in the back to set up tents is great, and the barn to chill in during the day and at night is sweet! Plus the perfect fire set up right next to it, it just doesn't get much better. And then it does! The night sky is supremely dark if it isn't cloudy. We could easily see the milky way right above our heads. I stayed for the Eclipse and had the best experience ever. Thank you Willow for hosting such a great event! I'm definitely coming back next time I'm in the area.

Hipcamper Franck & Jindra
Franck & Jindra M.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
August 22nd, 2017

A little piece of heaven hiding in Oregon. relax host, fun crowd, beautiful campground and of course the barn, the epicenter of the place. Thanks to Willows and Jolsh for having us. We will come back.

Drone view of the campgroundtoward the creekthe campThe Barn
Hipcamper Carl
Carl B.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
August 23rd, 2017

We came for the eclipse and had a wonderful stay. Beautiful meadow tucked into a valley off the Oregon coast. Wonderful, fun people.

Hipcamper Carlos
Carlos C.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
August 23rd, 2017

OMG best experience ever!!! Willow and Josh were so nice and helpful, I would recommend this place to everyone. Wish we didn't have to leave so soon two days was not enough. Thank you for the amazing experience and hospitality.

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Hipcamper Paige
Paige M.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
September 17th, 2017

I love this place!!! I really enjoyed sitting in the field talking with Willow while our dogs played. Being by the water hole was probably my favorite part of the experience at Beaver Creek ArtFarm, but I also really enjoyed sitting outside at night watching the stars. And the outdoor shower was hot and awesome. The barn is really cool...there was just so much to do that I didn't have a chance to spend much time in the barn. I loved the open field that is surrounded by trees and the big open sky. The beach is not very far away and there are two amazing food trucks in Waldport (a bakery food truck and Chubby's), which also is not very far. Willow made me feel so welcome...she is a great host. I will definitely be back... my favorite place on my Oregon/Washington road trip.

I could sit by this water hole for days and never get bored. It was so soothing to be next to the gently flowing water. It wasn't hot enough to get in the water, but what a fabulous swimming hole it would be on a hot day.BeaverCreek Artfarm BarnSetting up camp.Tallulah sitting in her favorite chair watching the water
Hipcamper Scott

Nice property, terrible outhouses.

Scott C.
has mixed feelings towards this listing.
(Dispersed site)
August 6th, 2019

The property is located in a great location in a small beautiful green valley near the coast with lots of outdoor opportunities nearby. The Art barn was a nice feature, but we didn't really use it. The campsites were either in a treeless field (not awesome when tent camping) or in a field with trees located beneath the house. The host, Willow, was friendly. The main issue were the outhouses that were disgusting and well past needing emptying and maintenance. We wouldn't go back because of them.

Beaver Creek Artfarm Barn
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