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About Domke Farms At The Cozy Roller

This beautifully renovated 59 Airstream Overlander is speckled with intentional touches that draw you into the present moment. You will find a a rustic wooden finish with modern and artistic splashes. The aesthetics are recognized as minimalistic and cozy and were clearly inspired by natural elements. Tucked deep within the hundred year old cedars, you will find the luxury, "glamping" experience you've been looking for!

The Cozy Roller is great for couples + singles and can serve as either the perfect romantic couples getaway or just simply an ideal solitary retreat. You are in a private, tucked away spot and are close to all the PNW goodness you could ever ask for. Lush woods on one side with open nursery fields on the other. Owners Danielle + Hy live on the property and are happy to help you plan your weekend getaway by offering up advise on local attractions + events.

You are an 8 minute drive to downtown Sandy where you can find local breweries, restaurants, tasting rooms, movie theater, the infamous Joe's Donuts, and so much more.

New to Glamping? Let us tell you about it! Staying in The Cozy Roller is like camping with less to pack and all the luxuries of home + more (minus a shower). Picture cozy blankets, comfy chairs, smore's, full kitchen, a warm space, etc… If you have any questions about the Airstream itself, please reach out. We renovated this space from the ground up so needless to say, we know it like the back of our hands.

Tent Option: Only available as an add-on to your renting out the Cozy Roller. If you are wanting to bring more folks that exceed the Airstream occupancy (4) you are welcome to bring tents. We have 3 tent spots available. This will be an additional $25 per tent (2 person max in each site).

•••You will also have access to••• -a two person hammock -firepit w/ limitless firewood -small grill -extra 1/2 bath located in the building next door for more privacy

To note: 

The 2nd bed in the Airstream is a "bring your own sleeping bag(s) + pillows" situation. It is a pullout sofa that makes out into something slightly bigger than a queen.

This Airstream is indeed a 59, so there are some finicky parts to it; i.e. not every single window open flawlessly.

As you can see in the photos, the bathroom located IN the Airstream does not have a door. However there will be a second 1/2 bath with a private entrance located in the dwelling right next to the trailer making your bathroom time a bit more private and comfortable :)

We're excited for you to experience all of the qualities that we love about Airstream living and we can't wait to host you. See you soon!

Danielle + Hy

Fee Info
Tent Option: Only available as an add-on to your renting out the Cozy Roller. If you are wanting to bring more folks that exceed the Airstream occupancy (4) you are welcome to bring tents. We have 3 tent spots available. This will be an additional $25 per tent (2 person max in each site).
$99.00 - $124.00
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Staying at Domke Farms At The Cozy Roller

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Domke Farms At The Cozy Roller is located in Oregon
45.4556 N
-122.2855 W
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1 Review of Domke Farms At The Cozy Roller
First to Review
Ranger Review of the Grub Stick at Domke Farms

Campground Review: Super Cozy Vintage Airstream Near Portland

The first thing that Danielle, the campground host, told us after we'd checked in: "I think you're going to have a super cozy night." And she was right. If there's one word to describe the vintage 1959 airstream, it's cozy. Every little corner, window, and decoration was incredibly beautiful, sweet, and stylish. At check-in, we found a custom piece of artwork that welcomed us, as well as fresh flowers, s'more fixings, oatmeal toppings, board games, and a guidebook with trailer instructions and local attractions. The pillows and linens were beautiful, and the woodwork (including the folding table) was amazing. Here's a video online I found of the airstream that's very similar to how it looks now:

As a Ranger for The Dyrt, we were able to stay at the campground at a great discount to be among the first to try it out and create an honest review, so here's my video of the campground:

Outside there was not only a fire pit and "unlimited" firewood, but also kindling, paper, and a lighter (which I had completely forgotten to bring). There's also a hammock, strings of lights, and a second vintage trailer (called the tater tot) that had just arrived and was being set up for smaller groups. While there's a toilet and sinks in the trailer, there is also another clean, brand new bathroom set up for use only by the campground as well.

Domke Farms is a large family farm equidistant from Boring and Sandy Oregon. Caretakers Danielle and Hy manage a small campground at the farm that stands under an incredible stand of evergreen trees. In addition to the "Cozy Roller" airstream and the smaller vintage teardrop, there are also several tent sites and Danielle and Hy's small home in the same camp circle. Farm dogs wander, and you're near fields of crops and soaring hawks and other birds. This is the second "intentional community" that Danielle and Hy have created (the first is in the mid-west), and you can definitely tell that they've done this before in how thoughtful everything is and in their vision for such a welcoming spot. They also gave us the perfect amount of privacy, with just enough help at check-in and check-out to make our stay pleasant.

Favorite Parts
The airstream itself was my favorite part of the trip. I absolutely adored all the little details and it is a very happy space.

Good to Know

Other than the fire pit, hammock, and a bit of land, there's not a whole lot to do at the campsite, especially for kids who may be used to playgrounds or junior ranger programs. We ended up heading into Sandy and Boring for parks and biking, of which there are plenty.

As mentioned before, there are several super sweet farm dogs who may wander by, including the hosts' huge great dane/lab mix puppy, who can get pretty excited. This can be good or bad, depending on your comfort level with dogs, but also very flexible since any time the hosts left they made sure "Charlie" was in their home and happy.


All-in-all, we had a lovely time with lovely hosts. I could definitely see this being perfect for a writing or art retreat, or just a relaxing break away from the city.

Product Review of The Grub Stick Intro Kit

Our family won a Grub Stick Intro Kit from the Dyrt and decided to try it out on our recent camping trip to Domke Farms.

One of the best indicators of how we feel about it is that ever since our trial, the Grub Stick has become a standard part of our camping gear. We've even changed the food we bring since cooking over the fire has become so much easier.


  • Well built

  • Strong handle doesn't feel like it will fall into the fire when extended

  • Love the bag the kit comes in

Good to Know

  • S'mores and other items in the square cage get hot, so can be difficult to remove, especially when sticky like chocolate and marshmallows

  • With only one base, everyone is fighting over who gets to use it, so next time we'd probably get at least two


The base with the forks has been my favorite addition. The forks are especially solid and useful for larger items such as oversized hot dogs and corn, which would fall off or bend our other cookers. I'm less excited about using the cage for things such as s'mores since they're difficult to remove, but definitely up for trying it out with different items such as Portobello mushrooms in the future, which could work better. Overall, we've been very happy with the Kit and plan to get other accessories and try them out. It's been a fun addition to our camping cook-outs.