Experience the serenity of a remote wilderness camp without the fuss, inconvenience, or distance! Loghome-style 'A-Frame' with wrap-around deck sits atop a cliff with stunning views of Sprague River, forested hills, & Mt. Scott (Crater Lake). The 11 acre property is surrounded by national forest, no neighbors in sight. Includes free use of private river beach below with kayaks & other toys. A short hike away is the ancestral native village site of the Klamath Tribe & their sweat lodge.
BY MAKING A BOOKING, GUEST AFFIRMS THAT HE/SHE HAS READ THE ENTIRE LISTING AND ACKNOWLEDGES EACH OF THE FOLLOWING:
Please see "The Space" section under "Description." Rustic means rough, basic, worn, & dated.
LONG BUMPY DIRT ROAD -
Please see "Getting Around" section under "Description." Secluded location means road is PITCH DARK at night.
There is NO CHARGE for pets that are house-trained, don't mark their territory inside the house, and don't scratch/chew things up are allowed (they can even be up on furniture as long as they're not dirty).
Nondestructive children likewise are warmly welcomed and will enjoy it here, but toddlers must be watched carefully because we do have a loft, high deck, cliff, fire pits, and wildlife. CHILDREN UNDER 10 years old can stay for FREE, but Airbnb cannot automatically calculate this, so when booking only indicate the number of guests over 10 years old (but just include the children's names on your waiver).
Please don't smoke inside the house or litter outside with cigarette butts.
This is a relatively secluded location so indoor or outdoor parties with moderate noise are not a problem, but please no raucous party-till-dawn bashes. MORE THAN 7 guests ARE ALLOWED, but it is $15/guest (aged 10 and older) after the first 4 paying guests.
RELEASE OF LIABILITY WAIVER -
We offer many free activities (like kayaking, inner tubing, sledding, fishing) and we have fire pits, a river, and a cliff. So all guests will be asked to consent to a release waiver before entering the property due to the inherent dangers.
Hi! I'm a Kindergarten teacher and I met my Thai husband in the Peace Corps 20 years ago. We have 2 biological daughters and a son we adopted while living in Uganda. We're very adventurous and have lived all over, but we finally settled down in my home state of Oregon. We bought this property (which was in need of a lot of TLC) & fell in love with it. But just as we started fixing it up, circumstances changed. So now we're back in Alaska for my job, but we return here twice a year. Since the property is such a perfect vacation spot and we found the perfect caretaker, we decided to put it on Airbnb.