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Explore ancient waterways and hike through scenic forests in the heart of the Pacific Northwest.

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Oostema Farmstead
15 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents117 acres · Washington Hi we’re Glen and Lisa Oostema – the proud owners of Oostema Farmstead, a working farm located...
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Willow Creek Retreat
55 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents20 acres · WashingtonWillow Creek Retreat is a private nature retreat situated on a farmstead on the West Plains of Spokane County, conveniently located 5 minutes from the Spokane International Airport. Situated on 20 acres with abundant trees and a year round creek dappled with wildflowers. Boasting shaded camp sites, abundant bird songs and bird watching opportunities including blue heron, hawks, great horned owl, quail, ducks, turkeys, pheasants, and creek full of frogs for the kids to catch and friendly horses to watch. Each evening, listen to the coyotes howl, the owls hoot, crickets chirp, frogs croak (in spring/early summer) and the gentle ambling of the occasional short train that crosses the track on the nearby spur. Willow Creek Retreat is a great place for a camp reunion, families wanting to get their kids into nature, fall bird hunting or a romantic country get away.
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The Arboretum at Bear Canyon West
9 sites · RVs10 acres · Cinebar, WashingtonThis is a gorgeous park-like campground situated between the trees of the arboretum. Beautiful view of the mountains and forests here in western Washington. We are close to Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Rainier and several lakes.  There are walking trails all around the site. Many trails have a view of the Tilton River, which can be reached via a challenging 3/4 mile trail. Sites are on 10 acres planted with many different species of trees that are about 25 years old. Giant Redwoods, Cedars, and Maples are just a few of the varieties present. Part of the farm is still a working Christmas tree farm.The trails were designed for 4-wheeler use and are wide and grassy. There is an old logging road that we use as a trail to the river. With an elevation change of about 500 feet, the trail can be quite challenging. Bear Creek empties into the Tilton river at the end of the trail. There is an art gallery where you can learn to pound flowers, see the host's art and get a cup of coffee! This is upstairs above the shop, right on the property. We look forward to hosting you!
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Dean’s Campground
9 sites · RVs, Tents11 acres · Auburn, WashingtonBears, bobcats, coyotes and more frequent the property. Largely untouched by humans for the last 50 years after a once-over by Weyerhaeuser, most of the property still serves as unofficial refuge. We are boarded by King County protected wetlands, and a few newer builds. In 1975 Dean and Barbara Inabnit purchased 11 undeveloped acres from Weyerhaeuser. Dean’s plan to bring two manufactured homes to the property was only shortly delayed by a $20,000 bid per house to have the Coast Guard air lift the houses in to place. The only option, it seemed. Dean took his $40,000 and purchased a bulldozer and tractor. Weyerhaeuser granted Dean permission to widen well over 2 miles of county access road through the forest from the direction of the nearby fire station. He drug the homes through his temporary driveway and finally in 1978, the houses were hooked up to water, sewer, power. They moved in. He spent the next few years building a logging road as his main drive from Auburn-Black Diamond, sourcing all materials from the land. Dean and Barbara finished raising their family here, and for a while their grandchildren enjoyed the land, too. Dean is 82 years old, living in the Centralia area. We bought his bulldozer and his tractor, and he and his family are happy to know we are continuing their hard work.
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Cowboy Camp at Forest Grove Farm
8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents11 acres · Port Townsend, WashingtonJust what is Cowboy Camp, you might ask. The traditional definition refers to sleeping outside...
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Pacific Dunes Resort
19 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents6 acres · Copalis Beach, WashingtonNestled along the pristine central Washington coast, Pacific Dunes Resort offers a mix of Alt Lodging accommodations amidst the bliss of an open nature setting. The unique accommodations are only outmatched by the personalized service our team is dedicated to providing. Our Resort offers seclusion + communal space for those that still like to socialize. All at a responsible distance with a fresh coastal breeze of course!
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Capa Campground
6 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Quinault, WashingtonPrivate property along the Quinault River between NFS land and Olympic National Park, adjacent to...
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Loge at The Sands
17 sites · RVs, TentsWestport , WashingtonThis property is a one of a kind Surf Camp in the PNW.  Located on the Washington coast, LOGE...
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The Farm on Van Wyck
7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents80 acres · Bellingham, WashingtonThanks for a great season, Hipcampers! We are closed until May 2023 and are not currently...
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Rusty Ranch Tree Farm and Forest
5 sites · RVs, Tents110 acres · WashingtonWelcome to our tree farm and working forest. We are currently closed for the winter. We will be...
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Lavender Farm near the Sea
5 sites · Tents5 acres · Sequim, WashingtonThese camp sites are part of a beautiful lavender farm. Adjacent to it a 100 mile long bicycle...
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K Kay M.’s Land
7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents75 acres · Randle, Washington
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Sandwiched between Oregon and British Columbia on the Pacific Ocean, Washington state has long been celebrated for its pristine waterways, old-growth forests, soothing hot springs, and epic mountain lakes and peaks. The northwestern-most state in the contiguous 48 is home to three national parks—North Cascades National Park, Olympic National Park, and Mount Rainier National Park—along with miles and miles of beautiful coastline and lush temperate islands. While there are abundant opportunities for outdoor exploration in the aptly nicknamed Evergreen State, there’s also plenty for those looking for a bit of indoor appeal, from fine arts and culture museums to fantastic wineries.

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Greater Seattle

Straddling the Puget Sound, this region includes Washington's biggest city--Seattle--and the area around it. While urban adventure takes center stage in this populated region, there are also plenty of spots to commune with nature, and even if you're based in Seattle, you'll have easy access to numerous Washington state parks.

The Washington Coast and Islands

If you want gorgeous Pacific Coast scenery, ancient forests, and whale watching to feature in your next camping trip, the Washington Coast, the Olympic Peninsula, and the state's many islands are just the ticket. Here you’ll find Olympic National Forest and its ancient Hoh Rainforest, plus plenty of small Coastal towns, such as charming Port Angeles and Port Townsend.

Northern Washington

This remote section of the state is characterized by old-growth forests, alpine lakes, and ancient glaciers. It’s also the site of North Cascades National Park, an enormous expanse of wilderness that offers mile upon mile of hiking trails and excellent campground and backcountry options for campers.

Central and Eastern Washington

With a mix of towering mountains, pristine forests, arid prairies, and plenty of cute small towns, Washington's central and eastern stretches offer some of the best camping and outdoor recreation areas in the state. Washington's second-largest city, Spokane, is located in the region, as is the Bavaria-inspired town of Leavenworth, full of German restaurants, beer gardens, and plenty of faux-world kitsch in this region.

Southern Washington

The southern part of the state is known for beautiful scenery, snow-capped peaks, and excellent wine. On the Oregon border, the Columbia River Gorge is full of beautiful spots for hikers--come in the spring and you'll be rewarded with spectacular flurries of wildflowers. The region also boasts a few world-class wineries of its own, with more to be found further north and east in Walla Walla and Yakima. The area is also home to Mount Adams, Mount Rainier and its surrounding national park, and Mount Saint Helens, which famously erupted back in 1980.

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