Pitch your tent in our small forest or by the pond. Bring your horse and ride our trails or take a lesson with one of our experienced instructors in our covered riding arena. You can fish the creek for trout for free, for an additional fee you can catch and release fish the pond recently stocked with fun to catch wide mouth bass. Sit on the deck which overlooks the pond
Pitch your tent in our small forest or by the pond. Bring your horse and ride our trails or take a lesson with one of our experienced instructors in our covered riding arena. You can fish the creek for trout for free, for an additional fee you can catch and release fish the pond recently stocked with fun to catch wide mouth bass. Sit on the deck which overlooks the pond and gorgeous 97 acres of wheat farms and giant oaks and evergreen trees while you watch the red-winged blackbirds and listen to their melodic calls. You may also see an occasional bald eagle or blue heron if you are lucky. Stalls or corals available for an extra fee.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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The spot itself was very calm, peaceful and secluded. The bathroom was clean but very far from the camping spot, same for the shower. Keep in mind tho, the weather in Portland area can change every second. We camped mostly in the rain. Overall we enjoyed our stay and it was very budget proof!
No host. no camp.
The instructions were wrong. The house is not blue, it was painted a beige color. The instructions said to check in anytime after 1pm. We arrived shortly before 2pm and no one was around. We hung around the area for almost two hours calling the host, texting, emailing, and messaging but the host was unreachable. The campsite we drove past several times had other campers belongings strewn everywhere which weirded us out. We finally left disappointed and frustrated. We had spent a total of 5 hours in the car and had to go find somewhere else to stay. The host eventually called back and said she needed notice of our arrival, even though we had arrived an hour after the preferred check in time. The host did not put this in the instructions either. She was not remorseful for her absence and was just a very strange person to deal with.
So to the future hipcamper: You need to contact the host with exact time of arrival and look for a beige house and have a back up plan just in case you get our luck.
Upgrades for camp.
This was my second stay at this location and Host Rita greeted me after my text per specific instructions. This was in addition to her horse training work. I noticed that an additional Porta potty and camp shower we're placed closer to campsites. Host showed me options for shower use. The cold shower came just in time.
The campsite was recently mowed making it easier to see uneven ground. I enjoyed sitting on the pond deck sipping vino and waiting for photo opportunities. The hosts are busy all day with stable/property upkeep, so lots of privacy. Once and a while you will see Rita ride by on a horse.
The site is the most convenient , due to being between two towns. Food and recreation close by.
Will visit again soon.