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The best hot spring camping in Washington.

Choose your own adventure in the incomparable Pacific Northwest with terrain that spans the Cascade Mountains to the forested islands of the Puget Sound.


Setting up the tent, next to the open field just before sunset.
Sharing stories in the tent during our stay.
Taking in the great view of the field outside our tent.
The horses on the farm. Friendly and curious!
The host, Sid, showing us around the farm.
Andrew
Andrew: This was a great place to stay very near to Olympic National Park! We were greeted by t...
enjoy the golden mornings right outside your door when you stay at the analog room
decisions, decisions
a golden field, right outside of your room, when you stay at the Analog room. It's perfect for dancing barefoot in the sunshine.
let the music play you,
Analogue Heart of Cascadia
Craig
Craig: Reg was a fantastic host! Our cabin was clean and comfortable, and there was a lot o...
Tall, snow peaked volcanoes, lush green rainforests, impressive geologic features and a vibrant outdoors culture make Washington the embodiment of camping culture in the Pacific Northwest. Head to the Olympic Peninsula, where pulsing, wooded trails lead to wide, sandy beaches that are perfect for a night of beach camping under the stars. Grab a Rainier beer with the locals (if Read more...
Tall, snow peaked volcanoes, lush green rainforests, impressive geologic features and a vibrant outdoors culture make Washington the embodiment of camping culture in the Pacific Northwest. Head to the Olympic Peninsula, where pulsing, wooded trails lead to wide, sandy beaches that are perfect for a night of beach camping under the stars. Grab a Rainier beer with the locals (if you so choose!) and plan your trip into the Cascades, where top-notch exploration of the national forest is your best bet for no-frills lodging in this mountain lovers' paradise. Tipi and yurt camping opportunities abound throughout the state, and Washington's moderate climate makes outdoor adventure a year-round activity, even in the snowy mountains. Don't let Seattle's cool factor fool you: the camping in eastern Washington is not to be missed. Twisting rivers, tall waterfalls and open meadows make for the perfect quiet getaway – especially if you're looking to stay dry.
Option to pitch your tent on the deck for a dry campsite with a view
The "Little Island"
Hanging out on the deck
Map of the area.  Ridge Run is perfect for Mountain biking.  Main Trail is for all ages and skill level.   Secret Trail is single track hiking at its best.  Get your boots for this hike.  Little Wind is for all ages and skill level.  Wind River adv hiking.
Little Perfect Island
Little Perfect Island
100% 17 Responses
$50/night
Aj
Aj: Great site! Large and well kept with great river sounds and enough privacy. We look for...
Your sleeping space for the night! There will be a ladder underneath the tent to help you get in and out.
Sandy area for hanging out by the fire.
The view from the camping spot - breathtaking!
Beautiful and secluded camp spot.
The trail to the tent is lined with thick ferns.
Megan
Megan: If you are looking for a camping experience that is both unique and secluded, the Tree ...
The Puget Sound is the second largest estuary in the United States. Its numerous glacier-carved channels and branches are fed by freshwater from over 10,000 rivers and streams that flow down from the Olympic and Cascade Mountains.
Cedar Grove Beach
Cedar Grove Beach
Cedar Grove Beach
Cedar Grove Beach
Cedar Grove Beach
Cedar Grove Beach
98% 33 Responses
$50/night
Eldon
Eldon: Awesome choice of sites, all super private. The property is incredible and the hosts ar...
Cabin exterior
One of the nicest people you'll meet.
Cozy cabin.
The exterior of the bathroom.
Checking out the records in the analog room!
Brooke
Brooke: This place was absolutely amazing! The cabin we stayed in was a perfect place to hang o...
Washington is the biggest producer of apples, raspberries, and sweet cherries in America.
Historic Heart of Cascadia -Cabin2
Historic Heart of Cascadia -Cabin2
Historic Heart of Cascadia -Cabin2
Historic Heart of Cascadia -Cabin2
Historic Heart of Cascadia -Cabin2
Laurence
Laurence: This place is seriously heaven on earth. This is by far the best find on Hipcamp for ...
Sunset on juniper hills
Wildwood Farms Camp
Wildwood Farms Camp
Wildwood Farms Camp
Caught a beautiful rainbow!
Wildwood Farms Camp
100% 2 Responses
$50/night
Gina
Gina: Such a great little farm at the gateway to the Olympics! We stayed on Mary and Pete’s l...
The rainy Olympic Peninsula contains the only rainforest in the continuous United States. The Hoh Rainforest can be found in the Olympic National Park.
Plenty of space to park our vans!
Hot tub deck
Wood powered cedar hot tub.
Park right next to the campsite
Keeping the fire in the wood stove going keeps the hot tub hot!
Alissa
Alissa: This was our first time using HipCamp and Shafer Boom Farm was amazing. Mark has creat...
Ready. Set. GO!
We only had one tent, but there is plenty of space for more.
Hot Springs Meadow
Dead pup on the water's edge after hiking up past all the hot springs, water was still too high to access any warm water.
The chilly Wind River still felt refreshing on a warm hiking day.
Hot Springs Meadow
92% 18 Responses
$50/night
Nicole
Nicole: Beautiful peaceful private campsite right on the banks of the Wind River. This is an am...
Washington State is 52 percent forest. Grove of the Patriarchs trail near Mount Rainier is the perfect place to see some of the state’s oldest trees: Several are over a thousand years old and more than 25 feet in circumference.
forest lodging teepee
Rope swing
forest people lodging
mountain activity water
people cooking food
The Eagle's Nest
90% 15 Responses
$50/night
Jonathan
Jonathan: This was THE BEST hipcamp we've ever stayed at. The property is located NE of the conf...
Near by trails
Camp Epona
Camp Epona
Camp Epona
Jennifer
Jennifer: Snug little camping spot among the cedar trees view of the pond close to multiple other...
Washington has more glaciers than the rest of the lower 48 combined.
Mountain view from site
RV site looking west
RV site looking east.
View to south
View to south
Mary Beth
Mary Beth: Great place to stay! Awesome host, great location. Highly recommend. We will come back ...
Pleasant Hill Private Campground
We have Woods, Pasture, Garden, Trails and Music!
Pleasant Hill Private Campground
Pleasant Hill Private Campground
Pleasant Hill Private Campground
Sally
Sally: Enjoy our beautiful nestled private campground in the glorious Snoqualmie Valley near...
Tenting -In the Heart of Cascadia
Tenting -In the Heart of Cascadia
Tenting -In the Heart of Cascadia
Tenting -In the Heart of Cascadia
Tenting -In the Heart of Cascadia
Reg
Reg: Nestled on the first foothills of the Cascades, this 3o acre historic farm property...
Salt Creek Beach
Lake Crescent
My Grandbaby on the Swingset
Camping
Some of the Critters
Dena
Dena: We are 10 min from the little town of Joyce Wa. . . Pitch your tent in a green grassy...
Whimsical Country Cabin
Whimsical Country Cabin
Whimsical Country Cabin
Whimsical Country Cabin
Whimsical Country Cabin
Catherine
Catherine: Beautifully nestled 14 miles from the Canadian border lies the town of Northport,...
Our garage is on the property, though from the RV site, it is difficult to even see the garage.
RV parking spot has a row of evergreens to the west, a grassy area to the north, and a shed to the east. Parking for additional vehicles is to the south.
There is a small outdoor kennel that may be used for dogs. No dogs may be left unattended here, however.
This is the view to the south with the mountains lining the horizon. This large grassy area, however, is occupied by another resident in a blue school bus (not visible from your RV site).
Jessica
Jessica: Explore all the Olympic Peninsula has to offer while parking your RV at our country...