Trout Creek Wilderness Rustic Cabin

Molalla, Oregon

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Trout Creek Camp is a family-owned property of nearly 200 forested acres with streams and wildlife located in the foothills of the Willamette Valley, about a one-hour drive from Portland.

The cabin sits at the confluence of Trout Creek and the Molalla River; the white noise a meditative backdrop to your stay. Within the cabin, you'll find a master bedroom with 1 queen bed, large tv, love seat, side tables, and reading lamps. In the living room/sleeping loft, you'll find two queen beds and two full-size couches, reclining chair and reading space with a good little selection of books and a couple of board games all close to the charming warmth of a wood stove. The kitchen overlooks a picturesque swimming and salmon fishing hole known throughout the area as the best and deepest around. Our hot tub is nestled a mere 20 ft from the river. The cabin is well outfitted with a full-size fridge, electric stove/oven, dining table and chairs, microwave, coffee maker, and utensils. The bathroom has a claw foot tub/shower, toilet, sink, mirrors, hairdryer, plenty of towels, and typical toiletries. Our place is old and full of memories!

A sitting porch overlooks the confluence, perfect for reading, writing, or relaxing. An outdoor fireplace down a small path sits on the creekside of the cabin and offers another completely unique setting with a wood-fired grill and cedar picnic table. Swimming is encouraged and for the hale and hearty, the extra cold Trout Creek makes an excellent plunge!

The soothing sounds of the river and creek together will wash away the stress of modern living and the busyness of long travel days. Plunge into the crystal clear water or hike up the creek and enjoy the irreplaceable unique beauty of our mature rain forest.
Enjoy rhododendron blooming in the spring or pick blackberries, salal, and Oregon grape in the summer. Hundreds of mushroom species thrive at various times of the year. Try your luck fishing for salmon in the river or fill your frying pan with Pike Minnow and maybe a trout in the summer. (license required). Hike the trails on the property or through the adjacent conservation lands.

This rustic retreat is ideal for nature lovers, writers, hikers, fishermen, and contemplative types.

If you require all the modern conveniences, this beautiful property may not be the best fit for you. Cell phone service is spotty. But we've got enough comforts to keep your mind and body happy and to check your e-mail!

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