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Heartline Ranch and Tipi Village

A truly unique ‘Western Experience’ only 26 miles from Crater Lake National Park. Stay overnight in furnished tipis and ride horseback on 455 acres of private trails at Heartline Ranch and Tipi Village. Furnished tipis include a fire pit inside, a cooking area outside, 4 mattresses and sleeping bags and pillows.

  Hi! Cowboy Bob here, to say ‘Howdy’ and tell   a little about us. I have been working with horses for   many years, using natural horsemanship methods.       We have retired from the horse rides here on the ranch, and are instead concentrating on our Tipi 

 Village of 2 tipis, which we rent out, and also on our own original custom Art Work. We do all our own original artwork on our ranch here.  We are down the road from Crater Lake. I am a professional high-end custom furniture artist, and Kori is a potter and painter. We both have showed in national shows and have our work internationally placed. We have some of our artwork on display in our home for sale.

 If you want to see our artwork, our artist website is: or call: 541-887-9013 is for viewing appointments. 

Heartline Ranch & Tipi Village
Heartline Ranch & Tipi Village | Kamrin Nielsen

Contact Information

41837 Highway 62
Chiloquin, OR. 97624


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