Pet-Friendly Quirky Zen Tipis Pitched at Charismatic Woodland Retreat, OregonMarcola, Oregon (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
The pet-friendly tipis are in a "Zen style" design. In total, there are seven tipis and each can sleep two guests. The only exception is the Crazy House Tipi which can sleep up to 8 guests. Each tipi has stone floors and wool rugs.
Tipis are spaced far enough apart to provide guests with maximum privacy possible.
Chief Seattle Tipi: This pet-friendly tipi is perfect for a couple of family because it can fit up to 2-3 extra foam mats. The tipi is between the house and the creek and has a lawn which is perfect for the pup to run around and play. The Chief Seattle is the only tipi with a fire pit in the center and contains a full-sized bed.
Chief Joseph: This pet-friendly tipi also has a grassy area where the dog can play as well the garden nearby. Contains a concrete floor and decorated with rugs and wool blankets.This tipi has the best location for it is in the proximity of the kitchen, patio, bath house and spa. Inside a queen-size bed can be found. This tipi is suitable for families who want to be close to all the amenities.
Sitting Bull Tipi: This tipi sits in the middle of the forest and is the first one that was built. The floor is made of the beautiful Lakota limestone which holds the queen-sized bed. This tipi is meant for the couples and their pet who want a romantic getaway.
Crazy Horse Tipi: The biggest tipi on the property which is equipped with two full beds and four floor mats. Sleeping up to eight guests, ten if there are children, is perfect for the larger families or groups to have one tipi all to themselves. Pets will love the open space in and out that the Crazy Horse provides.
Sacagawea Tipi: Right on the forest's edge gives this tipi a close view of the cedar trees and the open field. Dogs love being able to run and play in the open field located on the side of this tipi. Inside the stone floor and a queen-sized bed can be found.
Hiawatha Tipi: Located in the deep forest, this tipi has a queen-bed and provides the most privacy for couples to plan their getaway vacation.
Calapooya Tipi: This pet-friendly tipi is covered by the surrounding Cedar trees and a close walk to the water. This tipi also contains a queen-sized bed and a bedside lamp.
All tipis have access to the modern bath house which has two full bathrooms.
There is a friendly and well-trained dog on site, the hosts will only accept dogs that are well trained and properly cleaned up after. Read More
- Air conditioning
- Cell service
- Dining table
- Fire pit
- Linens provided
- Queen-size bed
- Running water
- Towels provided
- Wheelchair access
- Wheelchair-accessible bathroom
Some important site amenities include a pristine forest with hammocks to enjoy the forest sounds, a clear-blue, fresh water low flowing creek with a kiddie pool, a dining room, the nearby swimming hole, a group fire pit, a spacious hot tub, a parking lot, and a restaurant. There is also a bath house with two full bathrooms that tipi guests share with cabin guests.
- 24-hour management
- Bicycle storage
- Breakfast included
- Brick oven
- Deck or balcony
- Dining room
- Fire pit
- Jacuzzi/Hot Tub
- Outdoor pool
- Patio furniture
- Shared bathroom
Extra guests can be added to each dwelling for $45 per person (children from ages six to 12-years-old only pay $35 each). Children five and under are free. Guests must bring their own sleeping bags.
There is a 25 percent, non-refundable deposit requested at the time of booking and will be individually arranged with the host.
To accommodate all guests, as well as the site's neighbors and the county ordinance, quiet time begins at 10 pm. Amplified music is allowed until 10 p.m. and soft acoustic music until midnight. The hosts ask for silence after midnight.
There is a no pet policy, due to the band of wild turkeys, the flock quail, the occasional pheasant, the hosts' chickens, and the "village dog," Chief Ollokot (Olli for short), on site. Please inquire with the hosts if glampers seek an exception to this rule.
There is also a no-smoking policy in effect. Fire regulations are strict, and open flames must be confined to the official fire pit only. If there should be smokers at events, please use the designated smoking area. Absolutely no flames are allowed in the forest. Read More
Location + Surroundings
This glamping site is a haven away from the ordinary. Located in the Mohawk Valley near Eugene, Oregon, it is perfectly positioned for adventure. There are beautiful day trip destinations to the north, east, west, or south, and it’s up to glampers whether they travel by two or four wheels.
With its secluded woodland setting, its unusual collection of tipis, and its friendly hospitality, this Oregon glamping site provides an ideal setting for group retreats, family reunions, weddings, workshops, and other overnight events. It is a happy place for children of all ages, as well as for the adventurous traveler wanting a unique lodging experience.
The hosts built this beautiful tipi village together. Ken is from Upstate New York, and Susanne is from Germany. They brought this sacred space of tipis together with this beautiful forest by the creek, and once it was finished, they wanted to share the outcome. The results is a place that feeds the hungry—a stunning sanctuary for the soul. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 15 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
This glamping site in Oregon is a great place to host a big event, a reunion, or a wedding. In addition to tipis, this glamping site also has cabins and rooms available, so guests are asked not to hesitate to contact the host if looking to book an event.
Breakfast is either served by the creek or on the patio, and it is included in the price of the stay. When staying at this glamping site, guests will get the best of local ingredients for breakfast, including organic, free-range eggs, smoked salmon, bread, granola or muesli, fresh fruit, milk, yogurt or soy drink, orange juice, coffee and tea. Dinners are available by arrangement, specialties include a Spanish paella and a Northwest Grill feast, both cooked in the outdoor kitchen. Read More
- Bird watching
- Wine tasting
Time takes on a different meaning out here. Guests will feel themselves relaxing into a slower pace—into the here and now of birds singing and water flowing. If guests sit still, they can observe the wild flock of quail, the occasional pheasant, or the wild turkeys and deer coming through on their daily routes. In the spring, it’s common to spot elk bulls grazing at the edge of the forest, and in the fall Oregon Chinook salmon swimming upstream in the creek. This is an amazing chance to experience nature’s silence and stillness. Glampers will find an atmosphere of respect within these tall trees.
Guests can simply move into the village and focus on having fun with the kids. They can go treasure hunting in the creek, hike to the swimming holes, or even bring a book and read in one of the hammocks. If guests are in search of adventure, there is hiking right on site or in the nearby Cascades, where glampers can hike a mile of the Pacific Crest Trail. Other things glampers can enjoy include hot springs, whitewater rafting on the McKenzie River, wine and beer tasting in and around Eugene, and even some yoga retreats that take place on site. If interested in the yoga retreat details, please message the host.
Eugene offers plenty of recreational sports. It boasts miles and miles of running and bike paths, as well as the Olympic Trials every four years. There is also a well-known Saturday Market and the Bach Festival in July. Glampers can also take advantage of the yearly Oregon Country Fair. The Oregon coast is just an hour and a half to the west, and the Cascade Mountain Range is just 45 minutes east. Portland, Oregon, is just two hours to the north, and Ashland is located to the south.