Seal Rock, OR

Best of Both: Forest and Beach

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Backcountry site, pitch your own tent!

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Winter Ready
This is a Tentrr Backcountry Site
This site has been selected by our team and set up with the standard Tentrr kit.
This site is located within a state park and includes the standard Tentrr kit. Please see Site Guidelines below for more details.
Partner sites are privately owned sites that may have modern amenities located on the property.
Backcountry sites let you enjoy traditional camping on private land. You need to bring your own tent and supplies.
Site Highlights
Parking Nearby
12 campers
Check in: 12:00
Check out: 11:30
Pet friendly
Rain Guarantee available
Fire ban in effect

Two acre campsite with COVID safe check-in. I will give you the number to call and settle details for contact-free stay. Tall summer grass, some hillside and some flat land, with creek, at this natural location. Oregon's best beaches are a short five mile drive away. Roughly triangular two acres has gravel road on two sides and the creek as it's other boundary. DOGS: please keep your pets at your campsite, and off the road, for safety. Please poop scoop. This land has been in our family over 50 years and it's a joy to share. We've never used herbicides or pesticides...Free organic blackberries, all you can eat, in late summer. Yum! If questions arise after arrival, do NOT NOT NOT look for host in person. Drive back out until cell service resumes (we sometimes don't get cell on site). Kindly please plan ahead so that you don't have to call Host late at night. A shovel and a bucket with rope will be left inside the small shed. There is ONE campfire site, surrounded by fire bricks. Use bucket for creek water to FULLY extinguish after. Forest Service tip: use your hands to feel embers after dousing with water, if embers are cool to touch, you did it safely. This is because most forest fires happen AFTER campers have left, when embers re-ignite. The shovel is for burying poop. Your campsite is inspected between campers and garbage, unburied poop, or hot embers, will result in a fine billed to you. Respectfully please understand. Stars visible on clear nights include the Big Dipper and Orion constellations: very bright since we are far from the ambient lights of the cities. We are at about mile 5 on North Beaver Creek Road at Wolkau Road. Note at around mile 3 there is a nice interpretive center where you can learn about native plants and animals and a great walking trail. Also after mile 9 the land is BLM and Forest Service owned, so public recreational access is allowed. Happy camping!

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Site Guidelines

Please note, this site does not have a canvas tent, water supply, or toilet. Bring your own toilet paper - garbage carry in and out! We are in the woods and you are very strongly recommended to arrive long enough before dark to set up camp...There are NO artificial lights and after dark it is very difficult to see where to camp!

Nurse, Organic Gardener, fellow traveler, family member. I love helping you have a great time at our site and know the local area and Portland for 40+ years. Ask for tips -- I don't push. Wolf sanctuary tour to free octopus view, so much fun for you!
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Site Rules
Respect the land and tent as you would your own.
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Respect & Safety
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The Unity Blaze is a symbol that promotes unity in the outdoors and reiterates our commitment to “Treat Everyone, Everywhere, Equally.”
Don't carve your name into anything, or cut down trees. In general, treat the property and all the animals with the utmost respect.
The minimum cleaning fee is $50 and will be charged for leaving a campsite a mess.

Plans change, Mother Nature may not cooperate. We get it.
Choose from different cancellation options at checkout, based on what works best for you and your trip planning.

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