Mossy alder, spruce, and hemlock forest camp site nestled in between the small community gardens and whistle creek. To get to the site you will walk 200-250 feet and over a small log bridge. Within a short walk of the outhouse, cooking stove, cold water shower, and communal fire-pit area. This site is right on the tree line. There is a small pasture where farm animals may
Mossy alder, spruce, and hemlock forest camp site nestled in between the small community gardens and whistle creek. To get to the site you will walk 200-250 feet and over a small log bridge. Within a short walk of the outhouse, cooking stove, cold water shower, and communal fire-pit area. This site is right on the tree line. There is a small pasture where farm animals may be found grazing in rotation pending field conditions. Please mind the electric fence. This site has its own fire pit and this area gives the option to stay a little more private but you are welcome to also join us in the communal fireplace area.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Garden + Forest WildCommons Village in Oregon.
You can hear the beach from our property and it is a 10 minute drive to downtown Seaside.
The vibe at Garden + Forest WildCommons Village
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Quiet, comfortable with clear skies
This campsite had everything we needed. Amenities. Distance to the ocean. Near by hikes and sight seeing. William is a really good host. He helped us load and unload our vehicle. He’s familiar with the area and directed us to a great beach spot right up the road. I would definitely stay here again and plan to do so in the future. We brought our own mini stoves so we cooked on our site but the communal kitchen area provided looked like it had everything you’d need to prepare meals. There’s big plans for this community and can’t wait to go back and asee the progress. 10/10 would recommend.
Our stay at WildCommons exceeded our expectations, due in large part to William our host. William was extremely friendly and generous. Upon our arrival he showed us all around the grounds and described his future goals for the location. He made sure we had everything we needed and even surprised us with a telescope at our campsite for stargazing. Additionally, William made it a point to introduce us to the animals on site and provided us with directions for different hiking locations and other local excursions. As far as the grounds, everything was well kept and provided anything we needed, including an outdoor shower, toilet, cooking area, and firewood. We enjoyed our time at WildCommons and look forward to returning again soon!
Our stay was exceptional. The host went beyond our expectations and really went the extra mile to make sure our stay was excellent. The campsite offered a lot of privacy and a working outdoor shower— plus a super clean, well kept, toilet. Cannon Beach and Seaside were both about 10 minutes away from the campsite. A little pricey but well worth it for the location, hospitality and farm-like atmosphere.
This spot is ideal for its close proximity to both the beaches of Seaside and the quiet, thick forests just up the road. WildCommons feels very cooperative and communal, with shared fire pits, cooking supplies, and animals/people who roam freely about. This probably wouldn’t be your stop if you’re looking for a more private, less social experience.
Agrarian paradise near the ocean!
We had a wonderful time during our two- Igbo stay. Moondog was a gracious and generous host.
We got in late but we’re still greeted warmly. Our site was lit with delicate fairy lights and candles which made us all giggle with joy.
The location could not be more perfect. Just minutes away from Seaside, beaches, and wildness. We could even hear the ocean at night will we drifted off to sleep among the dense forest.
I would highly recommend adding the mussels harvesting adventure. So much fun and delicious!!!