Welcome to our beautiful Forest! It's about 5 acres so you can follow the trail to the left and choose any clearing you like best. Please pull in to the lower parking spot and back pack in or bring a little cart. If you need to, there's a higher area to temporarily park and bring items in. Thank you for minding the plants and little flowers...we tread very lightly here. Take
Welcome to our beautiful Forest! It's about 5 acres so you can follow the trail to the left and choose any clearing you like best. Please pull in to the lower parking spot and back pack in or bring a little cart. If you need to, there's a higher area to temporarily park and bring items in. Thank you for minding the plants and little flowers...we tread very lightly here. Take out anything you bring in, and listen for the owls and wolves far in the distance...You might cross paths with another HipCamper. We honor the respect for this being a place of quiet retreat, definitely NOT your party spot. We keep a big CORE orange tent set up with camp stove and fire ring if needed, $25 extra, must be reserved in advance.Enjoy...🌲🌿🌱🌸
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 30% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Rustic Camping 🌲4 acres of Forest in Oregon.
The vibe at Rustic Camping 🌲4 acres of Forest
Places to see near Forest Camp, peaceful splendor
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Redwoods, coyotes, neighbors!
This location is definitely rustic and beautiful. Ultimately, we had a good night but there were a couple things about it that were a little uncomfortable and I wouldn't book here again.
When we first arrived, we were confused because there was already a tent set up that had equipment all around it... but no one ever showed up. That was a little strange/spooky.
Secondly, be warned that there are loud neighbors all around the location. We listened to gunshots going off from about 6 pm to 10 pm and plenty of rowdy yelling that echoes through the area (though we never actually saw anyone).
Finally, there's a very active pack of coyotes in the area! Didn't mind this a bit because it's part of camping — though our little dog sure had a scare. We were woken up in the night about four times by the pack yipping and yowling.
In all, wouldn't book here again, and wouldn't recommend, mostly on account of the gunfire.
Staying at Molly was great. Her camp is secluded & waking up to those big trees felt pretty special. We arrived after dark & it was a bit complicated to find the exact location on the property, but Molly was very responsive and helped us out. We stayed in our tent but Molly has a great setup with a big tent that I would totally recommend using if you stay for a night & don’t want to bother setting up your tent. It was the perfect stop on our way from Ukiah CA to Crater Lake, OR.
We stayed at a spot down the footpath from the orange tent that the host occasionally stays in/rents out. We set up hammocks in the trees and had a small fire to cook our dinner in a well made fire pit. Everything was great except for dogs/coyotes barking/howling in the distance off and on all night. The host’s boyfriend Mick was staying in the orange tent while we were there and was very friendly!