Double-Creeks-Farm

Age: 45-55

Member since February 2021

Author and consultant of naturopathic medicine

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Steve is an independent researcher, author and consultant of natural medicine. Caren practices Yoga and Taichi, and takes care of the dog, two cats, and 12 chickens on the property. Son Arri is a senior high schooler and a cross-country runner. We enjoy travel, golf, gardening, and getting to know new folks from all over the country.

Skills & Expertise to Share

Steve has taught speech and hearing science, and alternative medicine at Portland State and a few other universities in the South. Steve and Caren practice Wu Dang Taichi, that they have learnt from Daoist Martial Artists in Wu Dang. They are also single- digit handicap golfers.

Double-Creeks-Farm's Pets

One dog and two cats. We travel with the dog who is a mixer of American Fox Hunt and Lab. He is quiet and friendly.

Favorite Boondocking Locations

There are so many remarkable places that we haven't covered yet. We plan to visit Alaska, Midwest, and Northeastern regions and the sun-belt regions. Oregon has a long and rainy winter season. We would like to go to the south during the windy months in the Gorge. Any natural locations hosted by warm-hearted and open-minded guests.

Double-Creeks-Farm's Hometown

Corbett, OR

Double-Creeks-Farm's Guest Details

Double-Creeks-Farm's Rig

Rig Type: Travel Trailer

18 feet long

Texas produced Casita 17 feet Camp Trailer. Tow vehicle is Honda Ridgeline Pickup Truck.

Double-Creeks-Farm's Travel Preferences

  • Has a tow vehicle
  • Travels with pets
  • Travels with kids, ages: 17
  • Prefers an electric hookup
  • Prefers a water hookup

Double-Creeks-Farm Has 1 Host Location

Double-Creek-Farm

Corbett, OR, US
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Double-Creeks-Farm's References (3)

References from Guests (3)

Sol211

September 2021

So close to waterfall hikes

We had to cut short our stay due to weather. Nice people and great spot for exploring the waterfall hikes. Level area but really steep roads. Our heavy 21 foot promaster (without all terrain tires) slipped and struggled.


TheSandbirds

September 2021

Fantastic Host and great secluded spot!

Our hosts we're so wonderful and inviting asks welcomed us with an invitation for dinner. The location was so quiet asks we slept very well. Just meet us in the morning and we were able to make a goodbye. If you have a tall profile, do take care for the trees and low hanging branches. Wonderful stay asked highly recommended! Will stay again if we're in the area in the future.


Mastanle1

April 2021

New favorite spot!

We had the opportunity to be the first guess at Double-Creek farm and WOW, such a gem! Steve and Caren met us on our arrival and directed us to a beautiful, level area to park. The spot is quiet and secluded, but is so close to Portland and all the beauty of the Columbia River Gorge. Steve and Caren not only made us feel at home but we felt like old friends getting together. They shared everything we us, delicious food, fresh eggs and the best conversations The only drawback is the steep winding road to get there. We have a 20ft. TT and F150 truck, we had no problem. We hope to visit our new friends again. If you are in the Portland area this is a great place to stay.