Great view of Green Valley lots of pine trees and fir trees. The campsite is against the hillside. Plenty of room for multiple tents. Cooper Creek reservoir is nearby and the Umpqua river.Less then two miles away from historic Oakland Oregon. Wi
Great view of Green Valley lots of pine trees and fir trees. The campsite is against the hillside. Plenty of room for multiple tents. Cooper Creek reservoir is nearby and the Umpqua river.Less then two miles away from historic Oakland Oregon. Wineries near by. The Umpqua Valley Wineries are located in the best climate area of the US Pacific NorthWest.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 8% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Bike trails near by.
Fishing areas nearby.
Hiking trails nearby.
Umpqua river and cooper creek Reservoir nearby.
Umpqua river nearby.
Umpqua river nearby
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Erik’s place was beautiful, full of deer, and easy to access. We slept in our roof-tent at the car but there were clear trails to other tent sites surrounded by a lovely tall grass field along a beautiful tree line.
While the highway was quite a ways off on the opposite side of the valley it was still quite noticeable. Not a problem, but worth noting if your looking for total silence.
We were happy to find this spot and would definitely stay here again.
Clean & cozy place to stay
This was a well kept site in Erik's front yard. Plenty of space, nice table and hooks on the trees to hang out trash bag and cook our food. The site has no restroom but there is a gas station 3 miles down the road that had restrooms available without requiring you to purchase anything.
Easy to find, Erik was quick to respond when we had questions.
We woke up early and drove to Umpqua National Park and it was easy access to the 138.
Beautiful but not level camping sit
This was a beautiful location. Eric was responsive to our questions and concerns (about bees). We had a little difficulty finding the place. The address was well marked on the highway but it was a little confusing because there was nothing to indicate that there were camping sites there. The biggest issue was that the site was not level which was less than ideal for setting up a tent.
Erik was so great! He shared his favorite river spot with us, and it was really one of the coolest places. He was so kind and communicative. We also saw a ridiculous amount of activity in the sky the night we stayed- shooting stars, satellites, a few planets, it was wild. Only an hour or so over to the coast and the Oregon dunes recreational site, close to the Umpqua and other rivers/ creeks, and just an all around interesting part of Oregon that I haven’t explored much- I will 100% be back to camp here.