This was a great experience for our family. We found the place easily, and the signage and infrastructure on the site were great. There were a few farmhands (and the owner) milling about, and all were super friendly and helpful. We were treated to an armful of produce to make our own salsa, and enjoyed cooking in the barn kitchen. We all had a great time, and recommend the place.
First off, this is an amazing piece of property. Its a hilltop site with great views and is private and mostly quiet. All this, and it's just outside Eugene. I think that the place has a little bit of a neglected feeling however. The property itself was easy to find, but the private road to the top of the hill was very difficult to drive up (I had a 2WD toyota highlander). We had to back to the bottom, turn around, and back all the way up. Doable, but a little challenging, and really tough in darkness. The tent site(s) was basically wherever you liked, I guess, as there was no signage, and no one on site at all. It was a vacant parcel. We didn't use any of the water, and the composting toilet is actually more of a wasp farm, so we didn't use that. The farming was not really in evidence, and the whole place just seemed forgotten. The neighbor was using a chainsaw for awhile, and then started a fire (maybe to burn brush), but in August, it just made me a little nervous about the risk. It would be an amazing place, but it would take probably a year of solid work and some capital investment. It might be an incredible place in a few years.