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The best camping near Seattle, Washington.

From glaciers to hot springs, the greater Seattle region offers something for everyone.


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...
Laughter around the fire
Camping area
Exploring the land
The farm store
Shower with a view
Logan
Logan: Amazing!! My girlfriend and I had to opportunity to stay here, and we couldn't be happi...
The lawnmowers at work
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forest people hammock
The Farm at Four Ewe Ranch
100% 12 Responses
$30/night
Mike
Mike: Michelle was an amazing host! She was very flexible in allowing us to pitch our tent pr...
bus lodging
Half of the lounge seating on the bus!
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The 1963 Highliner Bus
RV or Trailer provided
The 1963 Highliner Bus
100% 21 Responses
$99/night
Brandy
Brandy: The 63’ Highlander Bus out in Sequim was just what I was looking for, a weekend getaway...
Whether you prefer the mountains, ocean, or city views, you can find it all when you go camping near Seattle. Travel southwest of the city, and you will discover high altitude camping at Mount Rainier National Park, with panoramic views of the state's highest mountain. Further north, the alpine landscape of North Cascades National Park invites snow lovers to explore its Read more...
Whether you prefer the mountains, ocean, or city views, you can find it all when you go camping near Seattle. Travel southwest of the city, and you will discover high altitude camping at Mount Rainier National Park, with panoramic views of the state's highest mountain. Further north, the alpine landscape of North Cascades National Park invites snow lovers to explore its glaciers. Blackpine Horse Camp is the best option for equestrians, with campgrounds tailored to campers to bring their horse. Island campers who enjoy city views pitch their tent on Bainbridge Island, while those preferring a more secluded environment head to Hope Island Marine State Park, reachable only by boat. Choose glamping and stay in one of the fully-equipped cabins at Lakeside Resort on San Juan Island or nearby private land. Can't decide what environment you prefer? Camp at Olympic National Park and you have the Hoh Rain Forest, Pacific Ocean, glaciated mountains, and hot springs all within reach.
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Brittany
Brittany: Photos won't do this site justice...magical, fairytale, hidden gem behind a farm that i...
We put our tent on the hill, and parked the car just below in their driveway
A blackberry laden river a short walk away.
Old growth forest behind us!
Overlooking some of the nearby farms. Alpaca roaming around.
You can basically walk forever out there...
Sara
Sara: Even though we were having a tough time finding internet for communication, Sally was k...
Camp in the snow: North Cascades National Park is one of the snowiest areas, with over 300 glaciers, more than any U.S. park outside Alaska.

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Trillium,124 Acre Farm Wetlands
Trillium,124 Acre Farm Wetlands
In case of a burn ban, propane fire pits are also an option!
Plenty of space to pitch your tent!!
forest people hammock
Jillian
Jillian: We had such a wonderful time! Our site was very private and it was great to have a few ...
We spent so much time at this private sandy beach. Just a short path from Site 2!
If you pitch your tent down on the landing you can see the sunset looking north over a mellow eddy in the river.
View of Site 2 from the far side of the site. Both sites are gorgeous and huge - you honestly can't lose at The Landing!
The Landing is our top choice for campgrounds in Western Washington, and we love both sites!
The site had so much open space and we had 16 acres all to our selves!
The Landing
100% 205 Responses
$75/night
Evan
Evan: The Landing in Index, WA was incredible! Driving up Highway 2 in Washington is one of t...
San Juan Island National Historical Park is the former site of the Pig War, an 1859 border dispute between the U.S. and Great Britain.
cabin forest people
cabin people lodging
Cheers!
The loft
cabin lodging
Cabin provided
Nicole
Nicole: This is definitely a destination Hipcamp!! Come for the location and the solitude and s...
Vanlife
This pallet table was great for our camp kitchen
forest people sun
forest people camper
Our host provided firewood and even had a fire going for us when we arrived.
Nicole
Nicole: We stayed here on our visit to Seattle. It feels secluded and quiet, but you are right ...
Olympic National Park is home to one of the last remaining temperate rain forests in North America.
Trying my luck at slack-lining.
Another shot of this gorgeous tree!
A cool maze to walk through.
The most beautiful tree with a fun swing.
Walking through the apple trees.
Happy Little Farm
100% 12 Responses
$45/night
Brooke
Brooke: This is such a beautiful property! Very easy to find, not far from the freeway but far ...
Sequim Prairie Mountain View
horse animal
Perimeter track looking east.  This is how you drive to camp spot.
Campsite's view
pit toilet
M Shivarama
M Shivarama: Sid is very welcoming and very accommodating with respect to timings. The horses (April...
Mount Rainier is 14,411 feet, making it the 21st highest in the world. It is active volcano believed to be about 500,000 years old.
The yurt, spotted from across the garden.
Sharing stories over dinner in the yurt.
Prayer flags on the entrance to one of the gardens.
Plums are ripe for the picking!
The hosts' house, across the garden from the Yurt.
Yurt provided
Ravenshouse
100% 3 Responses
$90/night
Andrew
Andrew: This was a perfect spot- accompanied by incredible hosts and a serene location. The Yur...
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Farm, Forest, Happy People
97% 34 Responses
$30/night
Brittany
Brittany: This is a hidden gem in the middle of suburbia; a farm, amongst the beautiful rainfores...
Here is the spot. It can accommodate up to 2 tents and 4 people.
The kitchen area
Magical Forest Close to Duvall
The girls room
The Kitchen area
Michael
Michael: Was a great experience! Stephanie was an attentive host who made sure we had everything...
Taking in the great view of the forest.
Enjoying the reading material for the night.
Plenty of spots to choose from
Another Large Campsite
Sharing some stories by the tent.
Camp Under the Cedars
100% 1 Response
$35/night
Andrew
Andrew: This site was great for a weekend getaway! Complete with a secluded spot to set up your...
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Bumps & Bruzas Riverfront
95% 95 Responses
$22/night
Caleb
Caleb: Pat was a great host, our site was perfect. And the weather could not have been better.
Sunset on juniper hills
Wildwood Farms Camp
Wildwood Farms Camp
Wildwood Farms Camp
Caught a beautiful rainbow!
Wildwood Farms Camp
100% 10 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 Meadow at Sheep Camp
The Meadow at Sheep Camp
The Meadow at Sheep Camp
The Meadow at Sheep Camp
The Meadow at Sheep Camp
Alida
Alida: The Meadow sites on Lynn's property are beautiful, and a short walk in from where your ...
The Hashtag Treehouse!
The micro, teeny, tiny house book grabbed both of our attentions.
Hashtag Treehouse
Hashtag Treehouse
Getting comfortable.
Treehouse provided
Macy
Macy: This was a beautiful area and see this house as well as the pot leaf house. Both very c...