30+ acres of bare land nestled in the Warner Mtns outside of Lakeview, OR. Flat land with no amenities, but future plans for well and power, etc. Perfect self-contained basecamp for backcountry woods adventures, Oregon Timber Trail cuts right through the property about 27 miles from the southern start. Trailheads in all directions, primitive backcountry mtn bike trails and h
30+ acres of bare land nestled in the Warner Mtns outside of Lakeview, OR. Flat land with no amenities, but future plans for well and power, etc. Perfect self-contained basecamp for backcountry woods adventures, Oregon Timber Trail cuts right through the property about 27 miles from the southern start. Trailheads in all directions, primitive backcountry mtn bike trails and hiking, excellent fishing in the small creeks and ponds within a few miles.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 40% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Oregon Timber Trail and Fremont National Recreation Trail cut right thru the property on FS 3615. 2 miles from primitive backco...Read more
Warner Canyon Ski Area is right up the road, snowmobile trails run through the property, snowshoeing and Nordic skiing right fr...Read more
Antelope and coyote run through the property daily
Natural features you'll find at Phewpine Ranch in Oregon.
Surrounded by Warner Mtns and National Forest, 10 miles from Crane Mtn
Prairie, meadow, or plain
Property itself is a nice flat prairie nestled in the mountains
River, stream, or creek
Seasonal drainage creek on the property, Camas Creek less than a mile from land
The vibe at Phewpine Ranch
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Host was in contact.
It was right off the road, which is great for pulling right off the road when your driving through.
Cows wandered by in the morning, not bad.
The other stuff: gravel.
Tents may not want to go here. Was level enough to park.
A few forest service vehicles drove by at about 10am, didn’t stop or cause any bother.
Lovely piece of land that was a convenient stop in a remote area. We had a little trouble finding where to camp, but the host was helpful and responsive. The area is quite large, so you have to drive off-road a ways. This was a little dicey for us because of the car we were in. Best thing to do is pull off the road, walk around the area until you find the fire pit and then determine how far in you want to drive. Be patient, be curious and you will be a happy camper here. Best for tent campers who don't mind exploring or car campers who can drive off road safely.
Perfect for star gazing!
We had a great time! Tons of space for our 3 trailers. Private and exactly as described. It's a bit bouncy getting in, but well worth it. Host was very responsive to numerous questions. We'd stay here again.
Phewpine ranch is amazing
Had to hop back on to tell you all how wonderful this one was. We had a group of 9 people and 4 sites. We did a poll after our two week trip and by far, this was the BEST place we stayed. Stargazers be advised...NO LIGHT POLLUTION!
We saw Jupiter and its moons along with Saturn and its rings. The milky way was out in full force with shooting stars and satellites easy to see with the naked eye. We weren't lucky enough to see any cows come by, but maybe next time.