A lovely stay, sadly only for one night. We were surprised (and pleased!) to find basic beds inside. Amenities on site were good. It is a nice site...
A lovely stay, sadly only for one night. We were surprised (and pleased!) to find basic beds inside. Amenit...
Description of Glamping Units
This pet-friendly luxury camping site in Oregon has three different types of tipis for rent: the 18-foot Buffalo Tipi, the 18-foot Wolf Tipi, and the 22-foot Ceremonial Tipi. Each tipi was blessed by a Native American spiritual leader from the Klamath River Basin and is furnished with futons for sleeping. Glampers must bring their own bedding and/or sleeping bags, and it is recommended that they pack a more than sufficient amount of both as the temperatures tend to drop at night. Check-in is after 3 p.m. Cell service can be iffy in the valley area, as the hosts do not have a hard line in this area, but they try their best to have a Wi-Fi signal for guests to use.
All of the tipis have concrete paver floors and come fully decorated. There isn't electricity inside of the tipis, so guests must also bring flashlights and lanterns. The tipis are equipped to withstand heavy rain while keeping glampers dry and warm on the inside. Although there are times even with the best efforts of the host, moisture can find it's way inside. Catalytic propane heating can be added on to the accommodation for an extra $20 per night. There are a shared bathroom and shower facilities for all guests. There is potable water available in the campground during May through November. Complimentary WiFi is available in the resort area. Read More
- Cell service
- Sofa bed/Futon
The accommodations are located in the campground behind the RV park and resort. Often times, guests may be the only one in the campground to give them that extra special experience. Guests share the bathrooms and shower area on-site at the bathhouse located at the entrance of the park, and there are separate men's and women's facilities. There is a laundry area with two washers and two dryers. Glampers can grill out on the barbecue at the shared resort gazebo and picnic area, or they can play a game of horseshoes, ladder ball, or Boccie Ball during their stay. Firewood is available for a fee when the area is not in fire season
- Fire pit
- Picnic area
Location + Surroundings
This site is a large campground located within an RV resort in O'Brien, a town in the southwestern corner of the state of Oregon. Southern Oregon is as proud of its cheese, chocolate, wine, and general culinary scene, as it is its untarnished natural landscape that provides a great source of adventure for both residents and visitors alike. For explorers, head to Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the U.S., the Rogue River for whitewater rafting, and the Oregon Caves National Monument. Oenophiles should stick around the Rogue River area to visit its expanding wine region—Umpqua's wine region is another must, too.
At just one hour and 30 minutes from O'Brien is the city of Ashland. This city is known for its strong arts and culture scene, just look to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, which takes place in Ashland and draws thousands of guests to the area each year. Check out the Mount Ashland Ski Area for a fix of winter sports, or plan a whitewater rafting trip or wilderness fishing trip with a local tour company, like Noah's River Adventures. Ashland is also home to Weisinger's Winery, the Schneider Museum of Art, and Lithia Park, a 93-acre plush park that is perfect for a picnic or a jog through the greenery.
When coming to the campground, guests should look for a blinking yellow intersection light and the O'Brien Market with a vintage police car in front. The property is located a half block behind the market. Read More
- Bird watching
- Jeep tours
- Wine tasting
- Winter sports
Guests can enjoy the beautiful, natural beauty of the campground with our wooded area and "olde" fashion swimming hole. They may see wild turkeys, deer, otter, butterflies and other native critters. In the springtime, glampers will get to see the area's native flowers in bloom. In addition, there are plenty of nearby sights to see if guests are up for a little bit of travel. Some examples of places to see are the Rough and Ready Botanical Wayside, Kerbyville Museum, Siskiyou National Forest, Lake Selmac, Swinging Bridge, Bolan Lake, and the Tannen Lakes.
Explorers can head to Crater Lake, which is the deepest lake in the U.S. They will also enjoy the Rogue River for whitewater rafting and the Oregon Caves National Monument. Oenophiles should stick around the Rogue River area to visit its expanding wine region—Umpqua's wine region is another must, too.
- You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
- You will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay if you cancel within 7 days of check-in.
The host accepts only well-behaved dogs, but guests must take full responsibility for their pets. Pets must be leashed and under control at all times. Exceptions are when there is no other guests or pets around, you can play in the "olde" fashion swimming hole or throw the ball for a brief time off the lead. Read More