- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 5% off
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
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Trojan Park is about an 8 minute drive from our location. Great biking for families. If you are interested in Mountain Biking...Read more
Several docks in Rainier and Scapoose Bay!
Rainier has great fishing spots as well as Scappoose Bay a short drive away.
Scappoose Bay is only 20 minutes away and several put ins in Rainier about 10 minutes away.
Not to far from the Columbia River!
Mt Saint Helens climbing trail is only about an hour away!
We are about 50 minutes from Astoria!
Swimming spots in several areas in Rainier and Scappoose Bay about 10 and 20 min away!
There are many rivers within an hour!
Natural features you'll find at Four Directions Retreat in Oregon.
River, stream, or creek
We have a small creek and the bottom of our property as well as an artisan fed spring that leads into a small pond.
We are located about a 20 minute drive away from Beaver Fall which is great for families and it is a stunning waterfall.
Please Note: We have a steep driveway. Just keep driving with momentum and do not stop...if you do you will spin out. I have...Read more
The vibe at Four Directions Retreat
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This was a wonderful site! We enjoyed the seclusion of site #6 (site 5 also offers more privacy). The property is gorgeous and has many paths to explore. The stage area was a great communal space to meet other campers around a campfire. I would definitely come back here. The hosts were responsive, checking in occasionally but also respecting privacy.
We loved it
We enjoyed our stay at Four Directions Retreat. The place was well kept and clean. We stayed in camping site 2. It was big enough for 2 cars, 4 people and two big tents. We didn’t use but their stage is big enough to have a little concert there. We definitely recommend staying here.
According to the person who greeted us (I think they were called Kris) we were in the first group of campers that stayed here. We haven't seen the owner but Kris was a very nice person and provided us with all the information we needed.
Overall we had a good experience. The land itself is awesome with huge trees you camp among and a big open field covered with daisies, and next to it there is the stage, which is super cute for larger gatherings and events.
It did have all the amenities listed and they also gave us plenty of firewood for a very low price, which is great because weather was rainy and chilly so we had a fire going almost all the time.
Only negativity is the terrain itself. It is a very soft soil, and since not many campers stayed there before, the ground wasn't tapped on at all, so the campground got really muddy with the rain. It may not a big deal but something to keep in mind for bringing extra shoes, and there is some extra gear cleaning needed afterwards :) And it gets slippery so something to be careful around especially at night.
Camp sites were quite private and mostly you didn't see the other campers, partially thanks to the way campers set-up their gear and vehicles. But there was a large group camping in the next camping lot and they were in some sort of a celebration mode so we could hear their noise, and their dog was constantly making sounds. It didn't bother us much, but I think it is fare to say that the camp areas are not far enough from each other compared to some state parks and such. But it was definitely on the farther side compared to other private camps we stayed at.
So overall we enjoyed it and with right preparation it can be great for others too, I recommend it.
Picture perfect oasis
Our stay here was incredible! Absolutely gorgeous and the meadow with the stage was incredible. Picture perfect. Such an incredible stay. We can’t wait to go back this summer!
Absolutely LOVED camping here! This is exactly what you want for a Western Oregon forest... ferns, Douglas Fir, wildflowers, and fresh mountain air. Spacious sites with private tree canopies, deep fire pits, picnic tables, and the nicest outhouse you've ever used. You can tell the hosts here have worked their backsides off to create a wonderful forest respite for campers. Lots of wood available, as well as potable water, and a centralized trash area. Lots of trails interconnecting parts of the retreat grounds and that take you down to the farm critters and pond. We had such a peaceful weekend here... no cell phones and time to decompress from city life. Only an hour from Portland!
Beautiful well kept camp site. The owners were so kind and caring you could tell they really wanted to make sure our stay was good. I really appreciated their hospitality. Would highly recommend if you are looking for a quite little weekend getaway.
Serene, accessible, clean! <3
Our stay at four directions was FANTASTIC!
This was our first camp in the Oregon area after moving here in June from CO, and it was everything we wanted. Camp site 5 and 6 were much more secluded, and the first night we didn’t have any neighbors so it was nice and quiet. The compost toilet was clean and easy to use, the trails around the area beautiful, and the portable water options easy to access. Kris and Nicole were kind, and accessible. The only thing to be aware of is the neighbors have what I assume to be a guard dog that will bark and patrol the area in the evening (maybe to keep aware the coyotes?) it was a little loud but both of us still slept well. We will definitely be coming back.