Camp in our stunning Redtailed Hawk Native American Teepee. Primitive camping Native American style, find out what the total Western experience was really like. Lakota style genuice teepee, 18' diameter, wake up to the quiet sound of birds in the stress free lovely area of an old Northwestern forest. See wildlife, birds and all kinds of trees and plants to give you good privacy in this experience. Hike or horseback ride on our gentle trails of our 455 acre ranch, which is 90% Forest.
. 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 ranch, 5 acres is for campsites and tipis. So we are only putting 10 sites up for camping and 2 for teepees. There are wildflowers (in season) , 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 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 blocked 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, check out a towel with us and shower for free with your campgrounds fee.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Stunning RedtailedHawk Teepee
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Bob and Kori are the most kindest, hardworking and genuine people. We were honored to stay at their sprawling ranch, learn about their land, their rescue horses and their cool heritage. The first thing we did were meet their horses, Kori introduced us to each beautiful horse, telling us their backstory and how people can come learn and ride them at the ranch. We proceeded to our site that's lined by solar lamps. Our red tipi was the first one, there were two other tipis. Kori talked about their plans to have conestoga wagons added to their site, which we are very excited about! The site has two porta potties, and a solar-powered shower station. The property, settled 30 mins south of Crater Lake National Park is some of the most beautiful country in the state. You're surrounded by rolling hills, peaceful farm land, grazing cattle and Oregon's pleasant high desert weather... a true western experience!