Unplug, awake to the sounds of farm life, take advantage of easy access to the great outdoors, then enjoy an evening camp fire! Visit Lis-Bon Acres RnR on Facebook for more photos. Come for relaxation and respite at our hobby farm nestled in the foothills of Amboy, only an hour drive from Portland. Access to boating, kayaking, or swimming at Lake Merwin is 15 minutes away. A brief country drive will have you off exploring the wonders of Mt. St. Helens' South side including the Ape Cave lava tube (24 miles) or Lava Canyon (34 miles). Other sites to see in North Clark County include Pomeroy Farm, Chelatchie Prarie Railroad, North Clark Historical Museum, and the Cedar Creek Grist Mill. Close by hiking is variable in degree including ease of access to Lucia or Moulton Falls to lengthier hikes at Bells Mountain or Tarbell with views of Mt. Hood and the Columbia River Gorge. Or simply rest your day away with a good book and the sounds of farm life.
Take a look at the extras if you are wanting to add some simplification to your packing, increase your glamping experience, and be comfy. We also have treats and fun stuff listed in our extras.
The restroom currently includes a Tentrr loo and solar camp shower bags. Check out the Tentrr FAQ regarding the Tentrr loo. The site does not have any electricity. Tent is heated by a propane camp buddy. Cell service is limited. Sometimes you may be able to get Wi-Fi and we will share the password.
Pet guests are welcomed however make sure you select the Pet Fee extra. Pets must remain on leash or teether. Pets may not be left unattended and you must clean up after them. Pet weight limit is 35lbs. Pet limit is two. Remember we are a working farm and the camp site is on our duck pond. Please keep our ducks and the wild rabbits safe.
We are monitoring our reservations and blocking as needed for COVID-19 disinfecting. Do be LGBTQA?+ POC+ friendly.
Do leave the campsite the way you found it.
Do ask for a farm tour - don't open any livestock gates or cages. Farm tour is included with your reservation!
Don't leave food out to attract the unwanted wildlife. Trust me those raccoons love food!
Please, please, please don't feed the ducks bread, chips, heck any type of carbs - they like salads and greens instead!
Again, this is a farm. On occasion you will hear coyotes. Sometimes our livestock dogs may simply just not shut up. There is a fan and ear plugs to hopefully calm any of that unpleasantness.