Peaceful Farm & Gardens with farm-field views.
Welcome to our two-acre farm. Rest your eyes on the expanse of nearby fields. Spend hours watching the resident red-tail hawks or our domestic peacocks, ducks, chickens, honeybees and our lovely horses. Over all is the beautiful night sky---particularly lovely in August when we have the best view of the Perseid meteor showers as weather allows .
Awake to a country sunrise complete with quacking ducks as they make their morning journey to the duck pond for playful antics.
Set up your tent under the apple trees, or bed down under the stars.
Morning coffee or tea available on request. The surrounding roads are very popular with bicyclists due to outstanding views and reasonable grades. We are also only 7 miles from Battle Ground Lake State park, with its swimming and fishing and walking trails.
About 25 minutes from PDX airport.
Can be flexible about dates, I block out weekends to do my own camping, but if you need one we are not available for, message me.
There are so many wonderful places to visit in the PNW that it can be hard to pick! So here are our favorites (most are dog and kid friendly!). All are free unless noted :
Scented Acres Lavender has a gift shop, garden, plants for sale.
NatureScaping Wildlife Botanical Gardens
The Wildlife Botanical Gardens are a cohesive blend of specialty theme gardens, spread over three acres in Southwest Washington.
Battle Ground Lake State Park (deep volcanic lake, admission is discover pass or day use fee, fishing, swimming, paddling, hiking, biking)
Pendleton woolen mill (the actual mill, with a retail outlet)
Scenic drives by Lucia and Moulton falls
Further afield in Oregon:
Elk Rock Garden - a stunning, private manor house and extensive gardens with a splendid view of Mt Hood.
Timberline Lodge - a CCC historical lodge of peerless views and fantastic history and architecture. Dining on site.
The original Moonstruck Chocolate on 6th and Alder - ask to see their scrapbook of fame!
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
The vibe at Summer bliss on a farm.
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
GK, who was an awesome host, immediately made us feel welcome and showed us all around her property. She let us know that depending on the camper’s preference of stay, she’s happy to let people be or engage them with the various activities going on at her farm. Sweet hammocks under giant apple trees, hawk watching, baby chicks running wild, fresh spring water delivered to site! A sweet welcome sign let us know we were at the right place, and we enjoyed our time at Summer Bliss! While the sites are on their property, it doesn’t feel like you’re in their space; they’ve created a campsite that feels dedicated to the camper.
GK was an incredibly accommodating and welcoming host. She accepted our last minute booking and went above and beyond to make our stay comfortable. The site was green and shaded, and included a table and chairs, lantern and a big fire pit. Situated on a working farm with peacocks, chickens, ducks, horses, cats and dogs, we enjoyed being around all the animals. We look forward to staying with GK again on our next trip and would highly recommend to others.
Pro tip: Keep your eyes peeled for the tiny fairy garden next to the site! Very cool! :)