Fern School Farm

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About Fern School Farm

Hipcamp host Jacob
Hosted byJacob
Tent camping on our 55 acre oak savanna and woodland. Located in the heart of Oregon's Wine Country, we're 40 minutes from the coast and an hour from Portland. The site is private and a short walk to the residence

Tent camping on our 55 acre oak savanna and woodland. Located in the heart of Oregon's Wine Country, we're 40 minutes from the coast and an hour from Portland. The site is private and a short walk to the residence

Fires are not allowed
Bring your own camping stove
Potable water is available
Spigot
Pets are not allowed
Have a question? Send Jacob a message!
  • Listing type: Private
  • No. of sites: 3
  • Accessibility: Walk to listing
  • Campsite area: Bring your own Tents
  • Check in after: 1PM
  • Check out before: 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: None
  • Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Toilets
Trash
Showers
Picnic table
Wifi
RV hookup
RV sanitation
Hiking
Wildlife watching
Biking
Boating
Fishing
Horseback riding
Paddling
Wind sports
OHV
Climbing
Snow sports
Surfing
Swimming
Whitewater paddling

The vibe at Fern School Farm

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Hipcamper Erinn

Fern School Farm is so beautiful!! Appropriately named for the historic structure just outside the entrance gate, I thoroughly enjoyed camping here! Jacob and Rachel bought 55 acres one and a half years ago and the moves they've made to improve the land are so impressive. The poison oak is very prevalent, so be sure to know what it looks like before you arrive (you will not have service in order to look it up). Jacob and Rachel are planning to put up a bulletin board to inform of wildlife sightings and any potential hazards of the land. They were very informative before we arrived of what to expect. It was the only thing that prevented us from venturing into the woods for a more rustic camp spot. If you hike up one of the kindly cleared paths and reach the top of the hill, there are camp spots that will take you further away from the busy two-lane highway... Rachel recommended spots closer to the oak trees near their home which would have provided even cozier locations for a tent, but I was uncertain that was a possibility... and after several days of hot day, hazy fire sky camping in a row, simply landing was lovely as well. We tucked into the tree line just north of the slope of the golden field. Venturing up the paths will introduce you to heritage oaks and huge maples. Bring a knife to clear the opportunistic blackberry vine attempting to keep you from passing ("What is the land speed of a swallow?"- Monty Python, anyone?). Whatever you endure along the relatively short hike will reward you with golden rolling hills and postcard-worthy views. It'll be the best spot to catch the sunset as the field-lined forest limits that view. On the field, you're exposed to the sun for the first part of the day, but the breeze keeps it comfortable. There's a freshly built compost toilet for your comfort as well as a world of developments that Jacob and Rachel are excited to implement. They're so excited to share their land and make it a comfortable location from which to appreciate the native species (they're excited for restoration!). Even in it's beginning stages, it's a beautiful stop-over on your way to the coast, if you're here for wine tasting, or you want a secluded location amidst the trees!!

Hipcamper Karen

Jacob and Rachel were great hosts. We got to choose out of several large areas where we could put our tent. I really enjoyed the view of the coast range at sunset. It was really peaceful and quiet, just like I like it. We saw a deer and lots of turkey vultures. Nice spot.

Hipcamper Annette

Gorgeous property, very near Willamina. Jacob and his wife were extremely nice and helpful, and a delight to talk with. I would be happy to camp here again! Definitely recommend!

Hipcamper Derek

We had a great time staying at the Fern School Farm! Jacob and Rachel were excellent hosts and very easy to communicate with. The sites were beautiful and the property is very conveniently located.

Hipcamper Mark

This location was perfect. It was within a short distance to the coast, about 45 minutes, secluded and private, with water access, and blueberries for days. There is so much beautiful land and forest surrounding us, that it was like our own private campground. I could have stayed a lot longer.

Hipcamper JUSTIN

Jacob and Rachel are great hosts. We felt welcomed and taken care of and felt lucky to be on their property for the totality of the 2017 Eclipse.

Property
Fern School Farm
State
Oregon
$25/night
3 Sites