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Creekside Paradise
6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents15 acres · Shelton, WANatural Paradise.  This ranch has been preserved in it's raw natural form to watch nature take...
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Dean’s Campground
9 sites · RVs, Tents11 acres · Auburn, WABears, 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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Morning light over Cabin 1
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Tahuya Adventure Resort
21 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents38 acres · Belfair, WA3 sisters and our brother in law decided we wanted to make a place where people can enjoy the...
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Capa Campground
6 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Quinault, WAPrivate property along the Quinault River between NFS land and Olympic National Park, adjacent to Colonel Bob Wilderness and just past The Quinault Nation reservation. Homesteaders came here in 1890, prior to that there was no human habitation. A perfect base camp to explore the many varied facets of the West side of the Olympic Peninsula. The campsites are on acreage of a very small off-grid farm. Relax and forget the stress.We offer both tent and RV campsites. Toilets are available, as well as trash bins, potable water, and picnic tables. We do not allow pets.Guests love staying here: "This spot was everything we were hoping for and more! Awesome location near everything in Quinault. Received a fun, short tour of the property from our hosts who are incredibly nice.  The campsite was tidy and exactly what we imagined. Plenty of room between us and our neighbors, and we barely knew that they were there. The outhouse is basic but clean and charming. Imagine the friendliness of staying at a distant cousin's organic farm, with the facilities of a top-notch campsite. Only regret was that we were crashing there quickly, and weren't able to stay longer and relax on-site. If the description on the website seems like what you're looking for, I would highly recommend this location."
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The Arboretum at Bear Canyon West
9 sites · RVs10 acres · Cinebar, WAThis 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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Spacious sunny site
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Cowboy Camp at Forest Grove Farm
8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents11 acres · Port Townsend, WAJust what is Cowboy Camp, you might ask. The traditional definition refers to sleeping outside under the stars with only a bedroll, a fire and the night sky for companions. But if you are a fan of the western genre and lifestyle, you might also know it as a place to go to hang out with like minded folks and experience the Cowboy lifestyle. This includes all people, men and women alike, as the term "Cowboy" is largely generic and not gender oriented. Such was the case for the actors of the recent TV series 1883. All went to cowboy camp to learn about horses, riding, cowboy skills such as roping, and of course to experience traditional cowboy chuckwagon fare. A taste of that lifestyle is what we are offering here at our Cowboy Camp. It wouldn't be Cowboy Camp without horses and they are definitely present. They can be heard whinnying at mealtimes and throughout the day as they keep in touch with each other. They are generally quiet at night. Horses are not allowed in camping areas when campers are present. No farm would be complete without chickens and ours is no exception. We do have a rooster but he is housed up next to the house with his own hens so hopefully not too noisy. He does wake up early though, frequently long before sunrise. So again, earplugs might be in order for the light sleeper. We do sell farm fresh eggs for your dining enjoyment. $5 per dozen. See the add-on section to reserve yours. We are offering camping sites ranging from simple tent sites with fire ring, picnic table and soft sandy tent sites to small cabin type tents with bed and electricity, up to our newly constructed Cowboy yurt with wool felt siding and floor on raised wooden platform, twin sleeping cots, electricity and wood stove. As part of your cowboy camp experience you can sign up for a horsemanship lesson involving handling and grooming horses and time spent working with the horse in the round pen. (There is no riding offered at this time). You can also sign up for a roping lesson. Learn to throw a loop and catch "Little blue", our roping dummy steer head. We also have games of horseshoes ( with real horseshoes) and corn hole boards. You can take a hike around the property on our trail through mature Douglas fir and majestic Western cedar forest. A 1/4 mile walk down our quiet country gravel road will take you to the 80 acre Jefferson County Land trust forest with several beautiful trails meandering through mature uncut forest. These trails are suitable for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. That forest further connects to the Cappy's trail system, a network of several miles of trails that will wind around and eventually lead into Port Townsend itself if you choose to venture into town. Or you can choose to travel via mountain bike or foot approximately one mile down the road to the DNR forest property that will lead you through more gorgeous wooded and open areas to access the Larry Scott trail, a 7.3 mile out and back firm surface multi-use trail that leads either out of town through the woods or to the north directly into Port Townsend along the scenic waterfront. Our beautiful piece of property is comprised of almost 11 acres situated on the northeast tip of the Olympic Peninsula just outside the quaint Victorian seaport town of Port Townsend. It lies approximately 4 miles from downtown with its many art galleries, restaurants, shops, boat harbor, farmer's market and the historic Rose theater. The farm itself is located within a section of old growth forest comprised of 100 year old Doug Firs, cedar trees and alder groves. There is an open pasture area in the center of the property, which is ringed completely by thick stands of forest, so it feels completely private. You have to look closely to see the neighboring two houses through the forest. The horses are excluded from camping areas during your visit, and will most likely be housed on neighboring property while guests are present. No need to worry about curious horses coming into your campsite to say hello. It is a wildlife paradise with frequent visits from local deer, bald eagles, ducks on the pond, owls nesting in the trees, and coyotes travelling through. The frog pond is alive all night with singing. If you are a light sleeper you might consider earplugs. We have created a walking trail through the forest around the land that is full of the sounds of life and birds. A pileated woodpecker makes its home in the back corner and two pairs of barred owls also inhabit the nearby Douglas firs. They can be heard at night calling out as they settle in for the evening. An important note for the walking explorer, please be aware that many areas of the farm are in their natural state. This means you might encounter prickly plants such as star thistle, nettles and tansy ragwort. We are happy to identify these for you if you are unfamiliar with them. Please be aware and dress in long pants and long sleeves while hiking. There are no poisonous snakes present in this region. We train horses here so there is a full size riding arena and training round pen. On any given day, you might see horses being trained and ridden. At the end of your day of adventures, you can opt to sign up ( when your site is booked) for a delicious feast at Cowboy Camp. Using old time traditional Dutch oven cooking techniques and slow smoking methods, meals are comprised of such items as slow cooked smoked pork shoulder, Dutch oven baked "Horseshoe Beans" ( a crowd favorite), fire roasted corn on the cob (in season), homemade potato salad, green spinach salad, and of course dessert such as homemade blackberry cobbler or pineapple upside down cake. Vegetarian selections are also available upon request. Venturing out from the farm you can sign up to go on a whale watching excursion with Puget Sound Express out of Port Townsend. Seeing a whale is guaranteed or you get a free return trip. Also, the Olympic National Park is only a short one hour drive to the west and the view from Hurricane Ridge is not to be missed. Your Hosts: Property owners Karma and Rick come with a long extensive history of experience in the horse industry and western culture. Together they share over 100 years of experience with horses, both having ridden since young children. Karma loves sharing her knowledge of horses and horsemanship with others and has been a certified riding instructor for many years. Rick grew up with a horse and cattle background from a young age. As a young man he competed in the rodeo sports of bareback broncs, calf roping, bull riding and team roping. He then worked as a professional farrier, horse trainer and ranch employee in Texas. He learned the art of Texas BBQ cooking while living and working on Texas ranches. He loves to cook for others and enjoys sharing tales of the ranch life. You can choose to be as involved as you like during your visit. You can sit quietly in the forest and just enjoy peace and quiet if you so desire. We will not bother you. Our goal is simply to provide you with a beautiful place to relax, play, and enjoy during your visit. So come on out, set a spell, and enjoy a wonderful day, weekend, or week here at Cowboy Camp. Side note : Due to the presence of horses, chickens and various wildlife on the property, in addition to outdoor cooking activities, we do not allow outside dogs at this time. Thank you for your understanding.
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Lavender Farm near the Sea
5 sites · Tents5 acres · Sequim, WAThese camp sites are part of a beautiful lavender farm. Adjacent to it a 100 mile long bicycle...
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Pacific Dunes Resort
19 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents6 acres · Copalis Beach, WANestled 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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Loge at The Sands
17 sites · RVs, TentsWestport , WAThis property is a one of a kind Surf Camp in the PNW.  Located on the Washington coast, LOGE...
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K Kay M.’s Land
7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents75 acres · Randle, WA
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Group Site 2- Sunset
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Four Directions Retreat
15 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents27 acres · Rainier, ORCome relax and enjoy the amazing energy of Four Directions Retreat, where we provide beautiful campsites, an amazing outdoor stage and a cute tiny cabin. We offer hiking, mountain biking and spend time with our adorable goats! We have a meadow and forested camping options.  Our beautiful property features a 40 year old Douglas Fir forest and a spacious meadow which is stunning in the spring with wild grasses and beautiful flowers. During the summer you can take a break from the heat or just relax amongst the huge ferns, Douglas Fir, Western Cedar and Alder trees. You can also take in some fresh air and forest views while hiking around the trails on the property.  In 2021, we built a great stage for entertainment (concerts and movie nights) and an outdoor kitchen for our Camp Chef using reclaimed materials. Along with the stage and Glamping Tent area, we built a Tiny Cabin, a sweet spot for the 12' custom Tipi and 10 traditional camp sites;.  You will also find various other amenities you can choose from to make your stay enjoyable.  Interested in getting some good ole' goat lovin' in during your stay - we have fun little fluffy goats who really enjoy showing off for our guests!  We also have some entertaining Muscovy Ducks that are sure to please.  If that isn't enough, we are located close to a lot of cool activities and areas of interest.  If you like disc golf, Trojan Park is only 8 minutes away.  You can jump in the water at a couple County Parks along the mighty Columbia River which are about 10 minutes away.  The picturesque Beaver Falls is a stunning 20 minute drive through the country followed by a short hike.  Then you can always take a kayak around Scappoose Bay which is a 30 minute drive from 4D.  
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Jess Cabin
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Guemes North Homestead
7 sites · Lodging, Tents10 acres · Anacortes, WAThe Guemes North Homestead is ten acres of gorgeous tall trees, clearings, homestead buildings,...
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