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The best camping near Yakima, Washington.

Escape the foggy coast for glorious sunshine year-round in central Washington.


The cabin
Second bedroom
Living room + kitchen area
View from the cabin
Meadow and forest around the cabin
Cabin provided
Mountain Escape
100% 5 Responses
$375/night
Octave
Octave: We arrived at the cabin in the early afternoon after stopping at Zigzag Mountain Cafe f...
Call it a tent if you want, but this is luxury. Full kitchen, bed, shower, and wood stove inside.
How do you prefer your coffee? Leaded or 1/2 Calf?
Seriously the coolest outhouse I've ever seen. If you are staying in one of the tents, you will have your own bathroom inside, but I highly recommend checking these things out.
Hammocks all over the place so you can lounge whenever you get the urge.
Fire pit and benches ready for your enjoyment.
Canvas tent provided
Mt Hood Haven
100% 6 Responses
$100/night
Donovan
Donovan: Our experience at ConTENTment Acres was so great. When we arrived we were greeted by Pa...
Camping near Yakima offers the chance to spend the night under the stars in Washington state's lush wine country. Sitting 60 miles southeast of Mount Rainier, Yakima valley enjoys weather tailor made for camping. Enjoy 300 days of sunshine each year and beautifully changing seasons. Explore clear lakes and rushing creeks, hike to your heart's content, and take in the stellar Read more...
Camping near Yakima offers the chance to spend the night under the stars in Washington state's lush wine country. Sitting 60 miles southeast of Mount Rainier, Yakima valley enjoys weather tailor made for camping. Enjoy 300 days of sunshine each year and beautifully changing seasons. Explore clear lakes and rushing creeks, hike to your heart's content, and take in the stellar views of Mount Rainier. When you're ready to get off the trail, camping near Yakima offers the chance to explore a winery, craft brewery or distillery in the area, and if you choose to camp in the winter months, you'll have plenty of ski opportunities to choose from. The diversity of camping opportunities near Yakima is staggering: riverside camping, pond camping, valley camping and even setting up your tent or RV with the mountains as a backdrop. This area offers a variety of private and public campsites with national forests and parks in the area. Urban dwellers can camp closer to the city on a private campsite with amenities and easy access to shopping, dining and sightseeing.
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Brittany
Brittany: We had never been to a U-pick farm of any kind, but this one was the most awesome first...
Cedar Grove Beach
Cedar Grove Beach
Cedar Grove Beach
Cedar Grove Beach
Cedar Grove Beach
Cedar Grove Beach
99% 49 Responses
$50/night
Eldon
Eldon: Awesome choice of sites, all super private. The property is incredible and the hosts ar...
Enjoy the beautiful weather in Yakima with four defined seasons and around 300 days of sunshine each year.
Little Perfect Island
Little Perfect Island
Little Perfect Island
Little Perfect Island
Little Perfect Island
Little Perfect Island
98% 25 Responses
$50/night
Aj
Aj: Great site! Large and well kept with great river sounds and enough privacy. We look for...
Two Mercedes Sprinters and few tents are no problem for the Hot Springs Meadow.
Hot Springs Meadow
Hot Springs Meadow
Ready. Set. GO!
Hot Springs Meadow
Hot Springs Meadow
95% 29 Responses
$50/night
Nicole
Nicole: Beautiful peaceful private campsite right on the banks of the Wind River. This is an am...
The Yakima Valley area has become a popular spot for craft beverage brewers, including beer, wine and spirits.
forest lodging teepee
The Eagle's Nest
The Eagle's Nest
The Eagle's Nest
The Eagle's Nest
The Eagle's Nest
94% 26 Responses
$50/night
Jonathan
Jonathan: This was THE BEST hipcamp we've ever stayed at. The property is located NE of the conf...
Pretty Mt. Hood views from the communal gathering area!
Communal pavilion!
Shower under the sun or moon and stars. If you're a hearty soul shower in the rain or snow!
One of our two funky, non-stinky communal outhouses!
The sunsets and sunrises are ever changing but always beautiful here at Contentment Acres!
Jeff
Jeff: Where do I begin . . . Contentment Acres is all that your gracious host, Pamela, says ...
After a dispute with Northern Pacific Railway Company, 100 building were moved four miles away by horses to create a new town.
Mt Hood view
Good Medicine Tipi
Tucky Bear approves.
Shaded spot with a hammock area for hanging out (grill included but not pictured)
Comfy beds that are made of non-toxic materials (wool, no fire retardants, etc).  Full sized bed.
Yurt provided
Ky
Ky: We had a great time at Good Medicine Tipi! If you want to remove yourself from the hus...
“Dog Mountain” Creekside Camp
“Dog Mountain” Creekside Camp
“Dog Mountain” Creekside Camp
“Dog Mountain” Creekside Camp
“Dog Mountain” Creekside Camp
Mariah
Mariah: We had such a nice time at Adrianne’s camp! The camp site was all set for us when we ar...
In 1805, the Lewis and Clark Expedition visited the area and were impressed by the rich soil for farming.
The Lot!
The Lot!
The Lot!
The Lot!
The Lot!
The Lot!
100% 5 Responses
$30/night
Rose
Rose: Kevin was a great host - very generous and welcoming! The Lot was the perfect spot to t...
Mt. Adams Abode
Sleep soundly to the sounds of nature!
Buddy likes to welcome new guests!
Comfortable Bathroom with hot and cold running water!
Fully stocked kitchen but still a camping kitchen! Old fashioned perked coffee and toast made over a burner!
Canvas tent provided
Mt. Adams Abode
100% 4 Responses
$100/night
Joshua
Joshua: ConTENTment Acres is a little piece of heaven of earth. Pam is a dream host, and we can...
No one really knows how Yakima got its name, but legend says it was named after a Native American chief's runaway daughter.
cabin forest lodging
cabin winter lodging
The entrance to the cabin.
Fire pit- bring your own wood
cabin people lodging
Cabin provided
Kim
Kim: Peggy is the sweetest, most helpful and flexible host. We had a wonderful experience at...
Cedar Shack at Klickitat Tree Farm
Cedar Shack at Klickitat Tree Farm
Cedar Shack at Klickitat Tree Farm
Cedar Shack at Klickitat Tree Farm
Cedar Shack at Klickitat Tree Farm
Cabin provided
Jamie
Jamie: Tiny house was perfect for a weekend getaway. Comfortable bed, well played out space an...
Set up our rooftop tent!
View from campsites
We cooked, made a fire, and spent most of our time down by the river.
swimming activity water
Bridge across stream down to river.
River Rock Meadows
91% 27 Responses
$35/night
Brittany
Brittany: On a bright, sunny day my husband and I arrived and were amazed by the rushing river an...
Stairs both into the treehouse and up to the bedroom, but oh so worth it!
Driveway views! Jealous!
A great spot to spend the evening with an ice cold drink and watching the deer wander by.
Full fridge and coffee bar
The cozy downstairs living area.  The futon folds out to accommodate an additional guest.  There were plenty of tapes, magazines and books to keep you busy if you didn't bring something of your own.
Treehouse provided
Brogan
Brogan: This treehouse was like nowhere else I've stayed! All communications and preparation do...
"In The Woods" Camping Cabin
"In The Woods" Camping Cabin
"In The Woods" Camping Cabin
"In The Woods" Camping Cabin
"In The Woods" Camping Cabin
Cabin provided
"In The Woods" Camping Cabin
100% 2 Responses
$50/night
Leah | Tony | Matt
Leah | Tony | Matt: We were visiting Hood River for a wedding and were so excited to see this lovely cabin ...
Adirondack shelter & firepit
Sustainability Research Co-op
You can help feed our lambs, kids, bunnies and chicks
Sustainability Research Co-op
Sheep on research project site
Jeff
Jeff: 1st Camper Review ~ The Windward Forest I had stayed in this area of Washington State ...
Camping/parking Area 2
Mailboxes will be on your right if you are coming from Lyle, left if you are coming from Appleton.
Driveway - look for the yellow box and post.  Please drive slowly.
No Trespassing signs.  Please drive slowly.
Parking/camping Area 1
Milos
Milos: Nice wooded location, easy to get to and remote enough.
Wildheart's seasonal pond is filled with spring water from October to May.
Overhead view of the "developed" portion of Wildheart Homestead.
Wildheart's sign at the driveway features a wolverine skull - wolverine are making a slow but promising comeback in the nearby Rainier National Park, and symbolize the tenacity and steadfast will required to run a successful homestead.
Trout from the wild Columbia River, just a short drive away.
Storms rolling in during the early summer.
Wildheart Homestead
100% 1 Response
$15/night
Kendra
Kendra: My family had an awesome time with Sara and Danny! Not only was the site easy to find a...