Greg the owner is super friendly and down to Earth. I was really impressed with this farms sustainability. There are solar panels powering everything which was really cool. the dogs were sweet, theres a border collie named sweet pea that is well trained and will surely check you out before you enter the property, I threw her ball for her a few times! the weather was great so I was again able to just set out a sleeping pad and thermarest. I really enjoyed my visit to this farm. I highly recommend this.
Upon Arrival I followed the directions to the listed address which was actually the home of the owner, I was informed that I would be going down the road to their pastures. The road bridge is nice and pretty. I drove down the dirt road after the gate a few feet and set up camp. It would be nice to have more access to the river. the area is super beautiful with a view of mount hood in the distance.
Upon Arrival I was greeted by the owner Heidi, shes super friendly and nice! she directed me towards the camping area and through the vines I went. We (cedar and I) had a super nice spot on the lake and great weather so we were able to just lay out a sleeping pad and bag. The sun and lake were super enjoyable, there was also a boat that looks like it could be taken out but we were unsure. the gazebo was nice and cook fit alot of people!
this is a very nice piece of land, the pond is a cool adition as well as some cool buildings and surrounding wilderness areas. There is a small cabin, fields, and a nice woods on the property. I decided to sleep in a hammock to keep me off the ground since it was cold and a little wet. they have a very friendly dog who is well socialized. There are also alot of deer in the fields, I saw quite a few! Overall I had a good experience!
this was one of my favorite stops, I love just being in the woods without any amenities. We weren't too deep into the woods leaving us feeling comfortable and safe. It was great being able to have my dog Cedar and a fire. There is a really cool stream and a lot of ferns. I didnt know there would be ferns growing in this area of the country. Deborah was great and did an awesome job of making us feel welcomed!
The house sits on a nice piece of property with a pond and some cool land features like an Ivy field and small stream. Theres also a small cover bridge that was made for small trains. I saw some carp in the pond, and quite a few ducks. The house itself didnt feel very homey because of a lack of an actual sleeping platform however, there are two couches. theres an old jail cell in the house thats kinda neat. the fire pit outside is nice but it was too windy to have a fire outside at the time.
a good spot if you're looking to just camp for the night or go over to the motor speedway. The orchard is really cool and theres a small wooded section next to it (what I camped in.) the area is a little close to the road but not super loud and theres a field where you can camp also. Theres a view of a pretty pond and a far away hilly tree line. The owner was very polite and you could tell she took care of the property.
Upon arrival I was greeted, and shown around the property. theres a lot cool features here including horses but I was unable to get very close probably because I had my dogs scent on me. The campsites are very accessible and theres even a handicap accessible spot. The owners are very genuine, they do have a large German Shepherd but he is friendly and Illusive. Theres two cool cabins that are really neat, and aesthetically pleasing.
This was honestly one of my favorite stops on our trip. Fall was in play, the pine trees smelled great and the temperature was right. I was greeted by the host and the dogs who got along with my dog super well! They ran and played and I was given a small tour. The woods has some nice clear spots to set up hammock, tents, tree tents etc. The woods is extremely large so I recommend leaving your dog on leash if you're unsure it will stay with you!
Not the most glorious place but there are some cool surrounding areas, especially for climbers. The campground does have hot showers, a pavilion and kitchen area where you can buy snacks. There are ping pong tables and heaters that weren't going while I stayed. Definitely a good low budget place to stop!
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