Yurt and Tent Rentals near Winema National Forest

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Heather Needham:

We stayed just after the weather turned colder and the wood burning fire place and down comforters kept us warm and cozy. Staff and owners are incredibly hardworking if you look deeply at all they care for, yet you'll just feel the serenity of the space and get to enjoy all the fruits of their labor at a leisurely pace. While I love being in nature, I don't enjoy camping as I prefer a comfy bed and clean/warm shower and a flushing potty and a clean place to cook. All of these were not only met, but exceeded. Everything was pristinely clean and comfortable. The farm tour was such a fun and educational touch. And getting to eat from the farm harvest was such a treat. We did a lot of local fun trips, as there is much to do and see in the area. Highly recommend. We may even go back to tent camp since you get use of the kitchen and bath area!

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Anissa Fay

Ken and Janet are such lovely and generous hosts and we will definitely be coming back again! We stayed in Calapooya, which is a smaller tipi on the edge of the property. We loved the secluded location of our tent and the sound of the river at night! Since our stay was in April, the temperatures got into the 30s at night, but Ken and Janet had provided extra wool blankets and we were very cozy. This property is beautiful and well maintained. We enjoyed a soak in the hot tub (that Ken built!) and picnicked by the creek on the main lawn. There is an outdoor fridge for guests to use and an outdoor kitchen area with a sink and food prep area. Ken also pointed us to a great hike at the nearby (30 min. away) Mt. Pisgah Arboretum, which was the perfect activity for us! Other guests also visited the Saturday Market (crafts, food, music, etc.) in Eugene and enjoyed that activity too. Breakfast here is truly remarkable! Ken and Janet use the eggs from their chickens to fire up some beautiful frittatas and scones, served with tons of other sides too. I definitely recommend this as a couple's getaway, although I can imagine that in the summer it is a really festive place for the family too.

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Christina Grace

This was a great place to stay. The swimming hole is a life saver in the summer months. It was a 3-minute walk from the Buffalo tipi. I would say get the wolf one though as the Buffalo one doesn't get shade until 6:30 pm and it is even closer to the swimming hole. My kids are still talking about how cool it was to stay in a tipi. This was one of our favorite stops on our 17-day road trip. I highly recommend it!

 

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