luxury camping — bay point landing

four friends, two airstreams, and one screen free weekend — bay point landing.

zach and i have been wanting to go camping all summer but our work schedules and other weekend activities always seemed to get in the way. so happy we were finally able to take a step back and get some fresh air a few weekends back at Bay Point Landing, a modern camping resort outfitted with stunning private cabins, cozy airstreams, a fitness center, indoor pool, and a whole lot of nature to explore. this post isn’t sponsored, but we were lucky enough to enjoy a free stay in exchange for my posting. however, all opinions are my own!

we started our journey on friday evening around 7pm and made the 3.5 hour drive from portland to coos bay, oregon with our friends ketan and sydney. from this point onward i decided to go screen free for the weekend (aside from my camera screen of course) to really take a time out from all the stresses of social media and to focus on spending quality time with my husband and our friends. it was truly such an enriching experience and i felt so calm and present, as opposed to the usual stresses of having to document and post everything in real time for the gram.

we spent our weekend sleeping in, having lots of meals outdoors around the campfire, and taking dips in the pool. our weather was so prime (think slightly overcast and 65) and was truly an ode to summer’s end and a welcome to the sweet autumn season ahead. a few things that i loved about bay point landing that will certainly lead me to returning…

they have locally roasted coffee in-cabin for each stay in glass and wood containers instead of individually packaged coffee packets.

the natural landscaping on site is designed to save water, and extensive wetland restoration was part of the building and design process. the whole resort has such stunning and modern design, and i just love that it’s beautiful and eco-conscious as well, which brings me to my next point.

the resort used locally sourced materials for their building process, which really shows in how connected the whole space feels to nature.

it’s all in the little things you guys. so happy to have stumbled upon this luxury camping gem in oregon, we can’t wait to return. below is a little video zach made from our weekend. enjoy!

until next time

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