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While Oregon may be well-known for its big cities, quaint towns, and seaside landscapes, there are also a lot of farms scattered throughout the state. Some of these farms open up their spaces to guests and allow travelers to stay overnight and get a taste of what like is life out in the country. You can meet animals, learn about growing food, and find a peaceful state of mind when you book one of these farm stays in Oregon through Airbnb or Vrbo.
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This farm stay experience is available through Airbnb for two people and gets you up close and personal with alpacas. The studio apartment rental comes with a queen-size bed, desk, dresser, armoire, TV, kitchenette, leather recliners, and sitting area. You’ll be in the Willamette Valley region that is known for its many wineries. It’s also about 18 miles from Portland and six miles from Hillsboro. When you stay here, you can walk through the English gardens and natural wetlands on enchanting walking paths. There are actually six private accommodations at the farm, and this is just one of them. Up to 16 people total can stay at the farm and enjoy hand-feeding the friendly alpacas.
If you love alpacas, consider booking this farm stay that has one bedroom, one bathroom, a kitchenette, and a patio in the Mid-Willamette Valley. It’s a charming getaway spot where you can enjoy lots of adventures in the local area. If you like, you can feed the alpacas, help walk the animals around the property, or just relax in the hammock chairs. There is parking right in front of the apartment and also barn cats living on the property. Modern amenities include Wi-Fi and HDTV.
Wilson Farm Cottage is an Oregon farm stay for up to four people. It’s in a rural valley and close to fishing, mountain skiing, and downtown nightlife. You’ll be on eight acres of land and have an experience filled with simplicity and old-world charm. The guesthouse comes with a queen-size bed and sofa bed in the bedroom. There are wooded trails onsite to explore and farm-fresh breakfasts to enjoy during your stay. The rental home is on a working farm that has roosters, ducks, and pigs. There are also opportunities here to pick your own fresh salad when vegetables are in season and have a quiet, meditative space all to yourself.
Another fun idea is to stay at this hazelnut orchard via Vrbo that sleeps up to 10 people. This farm stay is a 2,000-square-foot house with four bedrooms, six beds, and 2.5 bathrooms. You’ll be on a fourth-generation orchard with plenty of charm and modern touches too. Features of the space are the dining room, playroom for kids, lounge/TV space in the garage, and back patio and deck area for BBQs. It is lovely to go for a sunset stroll among the 40 acres of hazelnut trees. Pets are welcome here but are best kept on a leash.
You don’t have to venture far from the city of Portland for this farm stay experience that is on a five-acre family farmstead. It has a vineyard, farm animals, and private vibe. You will be in a two-bedroom house with a hot tub available. The lower level of the house is used for storage, but the main level is about 1,200 square feet for guests to use. There is some truck and transport noise here since the home is just off a busy road. Also, there is a dog, chickens, goats, turkeys, and pigs living on the property. Guest pets are welcome to join you here.
Here’s an Airbnb rental for up to four people and that has one bedroom and one bathroom for your Oregon farm stay experience. The rental space is a house within a house that has its own separate entrance and parking area. You can rest and enjoy the views here with lots of wildlife in the area. Guests will also have their own kitchen, a TV in the living room, a full bathroom, and laundry machines. This vacation rental overlooks a lake, so you can bring a fishing pole and fish right from the deck. It’s also fun to go for a walk around the farm to meet the many friendly animals living here.
This farm stay is located just outside the city limits of Phoenix, Oregon and a 15-minute drive from Medford. It is a modern farmhouse that is 948 square feet in size and sleeps four people. The Vrbo rental has two bedrooms, one bathroom, Wi-Fi, and cable TV. Enjoy the peace and quiet on this 17-acre farm by going for a walk around the property and seeing the fields planted with over 40 types of pumpkins. When you stay here, it’s fun to check out the Oregon Shakespeare Festival or Britt Festival nearby.
A Vrbo rental worth checking out if you’re in the mood for farm life is this guest house for up to six people. It is a 1,950-square-foot house with three bedrooms, five beds, and two bathrooms. This farm escape is on 67 acres of land and home to horses, chickens, a cat, and a dog. There are private hiking trails behind the property to get out into nature and enjoy the truly remote location of this farm. High-speed internet is available if you want to work here remotely. The organic farm is just an hour from Portland and decorated with original artwork and antiques. It is a thoroughly cleaned and disinfected space with a nice outdoor area that includes a hot tub, patio table and chairs, BBQ, and custom deck.
Book a stay at this ranch for up to five people and you’ll be nestled among 2,100 acres of land by the national forest. It is a family-owned working ranch where you can enjoy a slow-paced lifestyle in the country and explore the whole property and hiking areas. The bunkhouses sleeps four adults or five people total including children. It has a kitchen, front deck with table and chairs, bathroom, wood stove, heaters, and fans. Things to do on the ranch include mountain biking, hiking, bird-watching, cross-country skiing, hunting, and horseback riding. Up to two dogs are welcome here with an extra fee. Cell phone service is limited on the ranch.
This Eugene farm stay is an above-garage unit on a small family farm. It accommodates up to three people and has a king-size bed, air mattress, TV, stereo, full bathroom, and laundry. This place offers a country vibe and is close to wineries and breweries. A shared three-person hot tub is available for guests to use, as well as a large lawn area to play in. There’s also a neighboring wildlife refuge with nature trails and bird-watching opportunities.
Millers’ Misfit Farm offers accommodations for up to four people and is a 500-square-foot “mother-in-law suite” with its own entrance, bathroom, kitchen, living room, and bedroom. Guests enjoy farm-fresh eggs, Wi-Fi, and lovely views here. There are farm animals living onsite and also a seasonal fire pit and BBQ. From here, it’s six miles to Prineville for when you want to go out for local food and beer.
Groups of up to 10 people can book this farm stay on Vrbo and have a house with 1,400 square feet, four bedrooms, five beds, and two bathrooms. The home has a full kitchen, sitting room, living room, patio and tea house in the backyard. It is located just two miles west of the OSU campus and off the street, so children can safely play outside. The host has a studio and display room on this farm property. Pets are allowed here with pre-approval.
Here’s a four-person farm stay with one bedroom and one bathroom that is 5.3 miles from town. The home has a kennel for dogs and a corral for horses. It’s a great place to be to check out rodeos and other horse activities. When you stay here, you’ll have Wi-Fi, Roku TV, and multiple bed options in both the bedroom and living room. It’s a family-friendly rental with baby cribs available. Pets are allowed to stay here with you too.
For a unique farm stay experience, you can choose this glamping option in a serene setting. It is a 12-foot by 14-foot tent with a 7-foot by 14-foot porch and equipped with a queen-size bed, propane fireplace for heat, kitchen, cold/hot tub, picnic table, and fire ring. It’s best to have a 4WD/AWD vehicle to access this tent because it is at the bottom of Connor Creek Canyon. There are 120 acres of land on the property, which is also home to horses, chickens, ducks, cats, and dogs. You can bring your dogs here too. There are two other rental units on the property as well.
This farm stay is at a 1,250-square-foot house with two bedrooms and one bathroom on a five-acre family farm that is surrounded by a forest. You’ll have a separate apartment in the lower level of the host’s home. The farm has vegetable gardens, orchards, berry fields, a hen house, goat barn, and is a zero-energy, solar-powered farm. The rental space has its own separate entrance and private courtyard. Come in and savor homemade cookies to welcome you, and then make yourself at home with the hot tub, Wi-Fi, TV, and fully equipped kitchen with coffee and tea supplies.
With 1,800-square-feet of space, two bedrooms, and two bathrooms, this Vrbo vacation rental accommodates four people. It is a farm stay rental with a music room that has a piano in a library-like setting. The home is equipped with new and antique furnishings, and there is a fully stocked kitchen inside too. Guests can also use the washer and dryer, as well as the hot tub just off the covered porch. When you pay a pet fee, you can bring one dog along with you.