Camp on a working farm in between a hazelnut orchard and a pretty, meandering creek. It's peaceful here on the farm and there's quite a bit to look at and explore. However, we're in heart of an agricultural area with the associated trains and trucks. This is a great place to camp and get a little slice of farm life. Since we met you and lead you out to the campsite, please a
Camp on a working farm in between a hazelnut orchard and a pretty, meandering creek. It's peaceful here on the farm and there's quite a bit to look at and explore. However, we're in heart of an agricultural area with the associated trains and trucks. This is a great place to camp and get a little slice of farm life. Since we met you and lead you out to the campsite, please arrive before 10 pm. Enjoy views of the Coburg Hills to the west as you relax amongst the oak trees along the creek. We're 15 minutes from historic Coburg and 25 minutes from downtown Eugene. Our farm is a peaceful place to relax and unwind while just a short drive to amenities.
The drive to the campsites from the barn where we meet you is about a half mile dirt and gravel road. You get a nice view of sheep, goats and get to drive through the orchard.
Site 1 is open and grassy. Perfect for RVs that need sun for their solar system.
Site 2 is tucked in the trees and is a tent site.
Site 3 has both trees and sun. Can fit a smaller RV or a few tents.
Site 4 is large and open. Can fit 2 RVs.
Site 5 is roomy and tucked in the trees. It doesn't get enough sun to charger solar panels.
Site 6 is also roomy and treed. It also doesn't really get enough sun to charge solar panels.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Hazelnut Orchard in Oregon.
The vibe at Hazelnut Orchard
Places to see near Meghan C.’s Land
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Lovely place, the train ruined it.
The hosts were lovely, the land is lovely, but the train going through all night is horrible. I don't think of us as that high maintenance, but it's soooo loud that it woke us up every 30 minutes. I'll qualify that by saying we do have a 1 year old, so on top of us waking up, she would then wake up and cry (she usually sleeps really well while camping), so that added to us having a rough time and not everyone will have that. Even without her though, that train is SUPER loud and goes ALL NIGHT LONG. We are not light sleepers, it's loud.
We had such a great time. First, the site is was excellent. We had two kids and there ample exploration room. The hosts were constantly above and beyond in making sure that we had what we need (firewood, delivered!), but never feeling remotely encroaching. The setting is beautiful and so quiet.
We got to get to know a few others around the farm and see some additional aspects firsthand. Overall - wonderful kind people are here showing wonderful generous hospitality. We are thankful for the time together, the beautiful surroundings, and the opportunity to connect with some incredible people!
Pleasant stay near creek, on farm.
Host Meghan was warm, welcoming, and helpful. Current owner of the old family farm hele get situated quickly with my tent/gear so I could go to beach for the day. I came back late, slept in, woke to hum of bugs, birds and running water, with notes of working farm, distant traffic. Leisurely breakfast at fire ring, and figured out how I to return soon, with family and friends
I enjoyed my stay here and the hosts Meghan and Paul as well as the owner Darryl were very accomodating. I originally booked for 3 nights and ended up stay 2 additional nights there after. I was close enough to Eugene to meet with friends but far enough to feel secluded