About This Listing
Bring a bottle of wine and enjoy the country, farm, stars...and cheese! Vintage 1970 Airstream is fully remodeled with a comfy queen bed, front deck, and kitchenette. Full bathroom is a short walk from this one of a kind farm "glamping" experience.
The Airstream has a full length, covered front deck where you can watch goats, wild turkeys, and mother nature.
The farm, and Airstream are powered by the sun and fully off-the power grid! A green, composting sawdust privy is part of the Airstream (along with the "real" bathroom in the main building).
Inside is funky, cute, and cozy, with a brand new Queen bed, fridge, stove, use of our gas grill. A twin bunk is also available for a 3rd person.
Hot shower, fresh towels, and bathroom is available a short walk away in the main building (shared bathroom).
See video on Pholia Farm by Travel Oregon: (website hidden)
The farm is nestled on 24 acres of forest and farmland. It is family run, sustainable, and organically managed. Their aged raw milk cheeses have received world wide acclaim- plan on sampling them during your stay. Due to off-grid, there is no mircowave in the Airstream and air conditioning has limited hours of use.
Wi-fi in tasting room and on front patio of creamery (main building).
Located 10 miles outside of the City of Rogue River, and 40 minutes from Ashland-home of the Shakespeare Festival. The Rogue River is famous for its scenic beauty, rafting, and fishing.
Food: The fridge will have a sampling of our cheeses, orange juice, milk, and yogurts for your breakfast. Locally roasted coffee beans, tea included. Fresh eggs, when available, from our farm can be purchased in our farm store, along with bags of coffee beans, . Feel free to bring food as well.
If dining out, we highly recommend the following City of Rogue River establishments: The Station, slow, hand cooked food. Mod price.; Pasiano's Italian, take-out and small dine-in, reasonably priced, homemade sauces and cheeses; Abby's Pizza. Please check with each for hours.
Nearest airport is Medford, about 35 minutes from the farm. We are 25 minutes from the closest Greyhound station in Grants Pass Oregon. We recommend renting a car or bringing your own.
The farm is a working farm, not merely a display. The country is peaceful, but the farm is bustling!
Check in between 3PM and 7PM, check out by 11AM unless other arrangements have been made.
Farmstore, trails, goat visits.
Interaction with Guests
We hope to meet you at check in and make sure you are comfortable. If you rise early enough, please join us in the barn for milking chores.
No smoking, no children, no pets. Off-grid power usage rules will change by the season. Must not enter animal pens without escort. Roving livestock guardian dog is present. Poison oak is a possibility through contact with goats and dogs.
Check in between 3PM and 7:00 PM. Late check in possible with phone call. Check out by 11:AM. Unless special arrangements are made. Please contact us when you know your approximate arrival time.
Gated driveway. Shared road, please drive slowly. Gate will be closed when you arrive, but pull it open outwards and come on in if we are expecting you.
Wonderful to stay at Pholia Farm w/ G an excellent host. A real hoot to stay in the Airstream. Greatly appreciated being able to see the goats and try their delicious cheese. Superb experience!
G had us feel very welcomed on her farm. The workers showed us the farm and arounds. The farm is eco and sustainable, tucked away from roads for your experience. The airstream is beautiful and cozy, super cozy! I loved the space and received positive, loving vibes from everyone, the animals and the nature. It was not only a stay but also an eye opening experience learning about goats, milking, gardening, etc.. It's great for all ages! Especially for small families I highly recommend it. I would blink for a second to go visit them again when I have a chance!
The couple nights we stayed at Pholia Farm were our favourite out of an almost three week road trip through WA and OR. The Airstream is super comfortable and cozy, our hosts friendly and welcoming and the atmosphere of the farm completely addictive. We would absolutely love to go back again and hopefully get to stay longer!
Goats goats goats!
We arrived late afternoon, the directions from G. were impeccable. We greeted by Piper, the exuberant but harmless resident dog (again, super warning from G, in fact all communication with G. was excellent).
We were greeted properly by Tara, one of the farm hands, who gave us a very warm welcome and a thorough introduction to the amazing Airstream, alongside some helpful written instructions from G.
The fridge had some useful milk, yoghurt, juice and (extremely local) goat's cheese to get started, and there were some fresh free range eggs for sale.
Arriving at 5pm we were just in time for the evening milking, and Tara was more than happy for us to join her and help! The goats were visited on several more occasions during our two night stay. Not to mention the other dogs, the retired goat, the nosy chickens and the guard-llama!
The Airstream itself was a little warm, but the veranda was a wonderfully relaxing place to spend some time, with two loungers and a small table/chairs - all meals were taken outdoors. In fact, we even changed our itinerary to allow an afternoon of lounging.
The Airstream is surprisingly roomy, very comfortable for two people. The kitchen was well stocked with cutlery/crockery, with gas hobs and an oven. Most meals could be cooked there.
Be warned that the bathroom is situated in the man farmhouse - about 30s walk from the Airstream across the drive. The bathroom, does have a wonderful shower and is worth the walk. There is a sawdust privy built into the frame of the veranda, which was perfectly adequate for night-time emergencies (and certainly doesn't smell).
In terms of local attractions, it was well situated for a day visit to Crater Lake, a beautiful natural wonder. We also visited Ashland, not an essential tourist destination but there was a very well stocked brew-pub (Standing Stone) with a lovely patio for a good value meal, and a pretty municipal park with a path along a stream.
We couldn't recommend the Airstream enough - either as a slightly more unusual stop along your route, or as a destination itself - pick the right weather and you could spend a few days simply lying on the veranda and leaving any troubles behind you.
I had a very enjoyable stay! G and her husband were very welcoming and it was a pleasure to stay in an airstream. The airstream was very clean and well organized. It was very inspirational to stay at a location that was totally off the grid and solar-powered. The artisan cheese they make is exceptional!
Gianaclis was very sweet and welcoming. She works hard on that farm!! Impressed by all that she does. The Airstream was small but comfortable. And the cheese from the farm she left in the fridge was very good! Thanks so much.
Small issues: she showed me how to latch the door to the Airstream when we got there, but when I tried it myself, I couldn't figure it out... perhaps have your guests doe it themselves a couple of times, as it is not obvious... the door kept popping open.
Thanks again for sharing your farm, and your baby goats, with us. My son is still talking about those adorable goats!