Description of Glamping Units
This rustic Tipi rental is nestled in an enchanting forest on the North Fork Nehalem River in Nehalem, Oregon. The 22-foot Tipi can accommodate up to six happy glampers and is ideal for outdoor getaways or yoga retreats. For a true nature experience, glampers will find a compost toilet and a solar shower that overlooks the river. The 25 acres of forested area offers ample for glampers to do and see, whether it be fishing, sunbathing, crabbing, yoga, or simply contemplating life.
Before retiring for the evening, glampers can gather around the fire pit and share stories and experiences of the exhilarating days passed. S’mores can be roasted while the fire crackles and nature provides an epic soundtrack. Read More
- Fire pit
- Running water
- Sofa bed/Futon
This rustic Tipi is located in a forest and offers comfortable amenities for an outdoor experience. With a compost toilet, a solar shower, and designated yoga areas, glampers can certainly experience something different. A fire pit is available for evening gatherings, and drinking water is included.
- Fire pit
Location + Surroundings
Nehalem is a city in the coastal state of Oregon and this property sits on the North Fork Nehalem River.
Just 70 miles from Portland, Nehalem is an easy getaway destination and ideal for a weekend escape from the city. With its diverse landscape of mountains, farmland, glittering coasts, and forests, the state of Oregon offers beauty and grandeur and a chance to reconnect with nature. The picturesque city of Nehalem offers a wide variety of outdoor activities, bird watching, experiencing local fare, shopping, and relaxing. Read More
- Bird watching
- Wildlife viewing
The Nehalem Bay area offers a wealth of outdoor recreation for glampers as well as ample opportunity to reconnect with nature. From hiking to fishing, nature walks to kayaking, the myriad of activities are limitless. Glampers will love the four-hour hike that climbs over Neahkahnie Mountain, which offers breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and leads into Nehalem Bay State Park. Here, glampers can try their hand at windsurfing or simply sunbathe while the kids build sandcastles and bask in the golden sun. The rolling dunes offer sublime views of the bay and there is also a two-mile bike path where glampers may spot elk, coyote, and birds. Glampers can also go crabbing, fishing, and kayaking to explore the area by water.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.
Pets are not permitted on the glamping site.