Come and enjoy the beautiful Oregon Country Side. Our farm is nestled right in the heart of wine country and is conveniently located a little over an hour from both the coast, Eugene and Portland. Set up your get away empire in our magical 15 acres of forest, bordered by a year round creek. We are a small farming community, so you will have the option in getting in on any project we have going on as well as harvest from our garden for you own farm fresh dinner and enjoy our adorable livestock!
If you are interested, please ask us about the below activities. We like at least a 24-48 hrs notice to arrange and some of the activities may not be available based on other farm happenings. We offer all of our services based on donations and a sliding scale, so please know if the suggested donation listed below doesn't fit your wallet, we will only take what you can give even if it is helping out with a chore/project on the farm.
Farm to Table Dinners for your group-$5/per person- kids under 10 are free.
Goat Pilates: $10/group-you set your own time!
Each site has multiple places to choose from to set up your gear and comes equipped with a hammock and fire pit. Sites are labeled and have parking located conveniently near your campground. There are wheel barrels located at the farm in case the need arises to carry things to and from your campground.
Preferred Check in times 7:30 AM-8:30 PM-We do accept later arrivals, but meet and greet may not be available until the morning.
Site 1: This is the first spot you will across as you enter our forest, it is heavily wooded with easy access to our livestock and farm. Semi-Private.
Site 2: This site is great for larger groups, multiple parking spots and is located next to our opening near the stage that is great for larger bon fires and star gazing as well as easy access to one of our beaches. Please note you will have the most exposure to other campers and farm residents in this spot.
Site 3: This spot is our most private spot in the forest with a view overlooking Teal creek.
Site 4: Heavily wooded with easy access to our farm and livestock. Semi Private. Parking is located right outside of the forest for this site and will require a short walk to walk your belongings in to.
- Check in: After 8AM
- Check out: Before 9PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Teal Creek Camp
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Great Location. Sara (Land Owner) was gracious and kind. If you camp and want to bring a dog think twice. Hip Camp says dogs are allowed however Teal Creek Camp posts No Dogs. Sara took great care of us, offered us a family dinner and fresh farm eggs for breakfast. Book here and you will have an unique experience.
Sara is awesome! She is very welcoming and friendly. The farm has a nice forest at its edge that you camp in. There is a small creek nearby as well. The best part of our stay was the farm animals - Loretta the llama, the three goat kids and a playful wild cat. I loved our stay here. A must visit!
Teal Creek Camp at Turning Earth Farms is a great escape from the city, only about 40 minutes southwest of Salem, and 2 hours from Portland! Off of Kings Valley Hwy heading south, turn right (west) on Gardner Road, and drive about 1 mile up the dirt road, and on the right hand side you will see a driveway with the Turning Earth Farms sign. Stay to the right and go down the driveway to the second house. This is where Don the camp host met us and led us further down the road, through a gate and into the field and animal grazing area. From there we drove past all the happy little goats, chickens and a lama, and into a large plot of acreage comprised of a fully grown tree farm- which created a magical forest in the middle of the neighboring flat fields! It was dreamy and moody and offered great shade and exploring and had multiple campsites within it. We navigated down the cleared forest road to the end where the trees gave way to Teal Creek and it's local fauna. We camped at the head of one little trail to "Dog Beach" and reveled in the warm glowing water of the creak all afternoon (after going and playing with the baby goats for too short a time). In the evening we met Don back up at the house as he was heading to the neighbors land to help pick and collect apples for pressing. We met so many awesome people from all over who happened to be there helping out, forming a fun hardworking little community. We cut, mashed, and pressed apples for cider into the night, until Don hosted us for a quick dinner after which we went back to camp and slept peacefully. In the morning we found awesome little creatures at the creek like frogs and crawfish while sipping coffee. It was such an easy going, fun, and full experience at Teal Creek that we will definitely be heading back through the next chance we can!
What a great camping experience!! The camp area is beautifully maintained and the farm animals are a hoot. Love the goats!! It was fun to help press the apples for apple cider and learn to milk a goat. And the communal dinners were a great way to tie it all together. Thank you so much Sara and Don!
We really enjoyed our stay at the farm! Super nice people, funny animals, nice and relaxing scenery. Maybe the only downside is that the access to drinking water is a 5min walk. But you'll meet nice people on the way ;-)
This is a beautiful property. The camping area is nicely wooded, close to the creek and flat. The goats and chickens were out to greet us when we arrived. As we were headed into the canopy of the woods, Loretta the llama was hanging out just watching us go by. We brought our bikes with us and went on short little rides across the property. The hostess was super friendly and welcoming too.
This place was great! Big area to camp in the forest, lovely farm to walk around. We really enjoyed checking out the garden and petting the goats. The goats ended up following us into the forest where we took them on a walk all around, highlight of the trip! Only ran into one person on the farm who was very happy and friendly.