Sasquatch Meadows (named after the man, or "thing" himself) features two private campsites, which are nestled in a grove of pine trees. You can catch some shade at your site, go dip in your own private swimming hole, or stargaze in the adjacent meadow. You’ll also have a shared flush toilet(bring TP!) and a gravel square for a propane stove (when weather permits). You really can't go wrong at Sasquatch!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Sasquatch Meadows
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Sasquatch meadows is well worth the trip! The drive in is 20 minutes on a steep dirt road. They just put in a new bathroom and are building fire rings. We chose to sleep under the stars. Be sure to check out upper falls. Also be aware of bears.
This is the best campsite I’ve ever been to. It’s amazing to be in a place that remote. The diversity of the experience is incredible - with the swimming hole, waterfall, woods, open space to see the stars, and even a flushing toilet! I wish Hipcamp nothing but success.
Sasquatch Meadows is a magical experience! The drive is long but worth it. Make sure you do the 10ish minute walk to Upper Falls! That's where the magic is. Just follow the road back towards the fork. Oh, and don't forget to star gaze in the meadow!
The bathroom was great and the camp spot was nice, but the swimming hole... Oh man, that swimming hole was magical! I almost forgot! When we were headed back, the way was not as clear and we took a wrong turn. Maybe a few exit signs would help. Overall it was a wonderful trip for the kiddos and I. Thank you!
Overall it was great! It’s in way more of a pristine condition than public places. The owners are awesome, they gave us helpful pointers and were very friendly. The site itself was great, there’s a lovely open meadow, and the creek is in such close proximity. My son loved the turtle in the swimming hole! Wildlife there is amazing.
Definitely more expensive than your average camping experience, but worth it completely.