Our stunning High Plains Tipi, is available for camping. We developed several sites (so far 5, up to six eventually) with lots of sites for regular campers as well. (Listed separately). Each tipi is the Lakota Sioux genuine Native Tipi, with a fire pit inside and 4 mattresses. There is a rug outside and inside to PLEASE remove your shoes before you go inside. You may park ri
Our stunning High Plains Tipi, is available for camping. We developed several sites (so far 5, up to six eventually) with lots of sites for regular campers as well. (Listed separately). Each tipi is the Lakota Sioux genuine Native Tipi, with a fire pit inside and 4 mattresses. There is a rug outside and inside to PLEASE remove your shoes before you go inside. You may park right up beside the tipi. It's a once in a lifetime experience! Experience staying in a tipi, reserve a guided horse ride with us(separate reservation and cost), and see what the West is REALLY like from the Native perspective. (We are both Native). Most campgrounds have campers right on top of each other. Ours gives you room to hike, see the wildlife, trees and room for privacy just down from Crater Lake. In this 450 acre horse ranch, 5 acres is for campsites and tipis. We have wildflowers, you have space to 'be' here, and that's how we plan on keeping it. We just have a dirt road, and no electricity, all is solar in our desire to keep compatible with the national forest that we are beside. The norm here is to hear the buzz and whir of hummingbirds, dragon flies and birds of all kinds. You can see the stars at night, and hear cows & sheep off in the distance, and since we are beside Crater Lake Highway, we are an easy distance to Crater Lake, so you will hear some traffic now and then. But the road is somewhat hidden by many very tall pine and cedar and juniper trees. You are across the street from Pelican Butte, a beautiful mountain range, and also see Agency Lake off in the distance. We now have a propane shower for our campers with extended hours as we have added electricity to the shower and well only. Check out a towel with us at the office and shower for free with your campgrounds fee, and porta potties and wash stations are also available.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
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Horse riding is a separate reservation. It is $65 per 1 1/2 hour ride per person. PLease check at the office for times and if t...Read more
We have deer, elk, squirrels and lots of birds since we are across the street from Wood River and Agency Lake, a bird preserve.
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Camping at its best in a tipi!!!
We had a fantastic experience in the Tipi! Fire pit outside and another INSIDE!!! That alone was worth it! The mats, sleeping bags were comfortable and clean. Can’t get over how cool it was to have the fire going inside.
This is camping though. Solar shower doesn’t work at night. Your sleeping on mats in sleeping bags. There is no electricity. Although they do give you a bright battery lantern.
Highly. Highly recommend!!!
Awesome stay, highly recommend!
Bob & Kori were so welcoming and so helpful communicating before we arrived. We turned up late and they were there waiting for us to give us a warm welcome. The Tipi was great! And bathrooms super clean. Awesome location for Crater Lake visits. I would say the cost was a little expensive for 2 ppl to stay for one night and bring mosquito spray as the tipi is open air and we got bitten quite a lot!
Kori was wonderful host, and location was beautiful! Only issue was bad mosquitos even inside teepee and no way to keep them out. Citronella candle provided Was appreciated, but did not do the trick. Also a bit pricey considering, in my opinion.
Thank you bob & kori!
Heartline Ranch was great. Bob & Kori are wonderful people and made us feel welcome! The site was central to what we wanted to do. Very close to Crater Lake but distant enough to not be around a lot of people. The site itself was limited to a small number of campers/guests. A great asset in these times. And the horses were awesome! We highly recommend. We will be back.
Perfect 2-3 day stay; crater lake
Lovely easy to camp spot near Crater Lake. It’s about a 40min drive up to the the lake itself. The location is very nice in that regard, you are close to the lake without crowds. The camp itself is cute, tents are a bit close together, but you will still get some privacy, especially once the sun goes down. It can get very hot and sunny depending on the site, so if your tipi is in the sun you won’t want to spend the day there, spend it up at the lake instead. The tipis were clean, and kept you warm and protected at night. I would definitely stay again, Bob and Cori were good hosts.
Teepee fun near crater lake
The camp site has a great location just 30 miles from Crater Lake. It is easy to find, but it is right off the road so expect some road noise. The porta potties are very clean, the best we have used. The shower was what I expected—it did the job in close quarters with fluctuating water temperature. Our kids LOVED staying in a teepee. The teepees have a moderate amount of privacy between them. You can have a campfire in the teepee which was super exciting to our kids. I have mixed feelings about the site, however, because it is extremely dusty. The road and site is all on fine dirt which means everyone and everything is constantly covered in a thin layer of dust. Even a common area of grass would improve the site. That said, we had a great time and the teepees were a unique experience.
Dusty and tired!
I was excited to sleep in the teepee, but we were eaten alive by mosquitos. The porta potties were extremely full, and the site was very, very dusty. The site is right near a main road that was active around 5a with huge trucks carrying lumber.