- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Hot Tub Mountain! Views - tree farm in Oregon.
Places to see near Christmas tree heaven
The vibe at Hot Tub Mountain! Views - tree farm
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Great site! Matt was a great host and he helped me find the best spot on the farm trip camp, it had a great view of the valley, the sunset over the mountains and the Christmas trees. There was even a hot tub that I didn’t expect, which was awesome! Also Matt had great suggestions for the site. Even with all the recent smoke, I was able to see a ton of stars at night and the tail end of the Perseid meteors. I would keep tabs on this site because Matt is definitely planning on adding a lot more local amenities and activities—thanks Matt for the great stay!
If this was advertised as primitive camping, I would have no issues. However, the one review here and other things mentioned in the ad are not an accurate view of our experience. This is literally camping on a tree farm. We were secluded, and we made the best of the situation. It was a beautiful farm to camp on, but I feel this listing was very misleading. The best thing about this location is 5 minutes from town and within 30 min of many different hikes and natural attractions. I had cell reception, but t mobile doesn't work anywhere.
There were no amenities. There are no designated camp sites. No access to water that we could find. No Creek access. Definitely no hot tub as pictured. Campfires weren't allowed at this time, but there were no fire pits anyways. I would recommend a 4 wheel drive vehicle for this site and be sure to bring more than enough water.
When I arrived there was a large truck dumping old furniture and as we drove around it was clear that many in the town nearby use this land as a dump site for their garbage. There were RVs on site, no clue if they were occupied or not. We did find one Porto potty. In general, it didn't feel safe. Luckily we we're prepared to rough it and town was close enough to refill on water as we needed to.
My advice to the host is to provide a map of the farm and designated campsites with flat ground. Identify where the amenities are and water access. And please Close the gate!