Great views, easy access and near 1000’s of acres of public lands. The property overlooks the Columbia River and the elevation is approximately 2800 feet. Enjoy lots of wildlife viewing and campfires are allowed subject to burn ban rules.
- Check in: After 10AM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
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Had a great stay!
It was great and exactly as advertised: reliable hookups, amazing views, a picnic table, good cell signal, and a bit of a nerve-wracking drive up there especially if you’re new to towing like us. We drive a Subaru Ascent and were towing a 21ft travel trailer and made it up fine though. We did pass the site the first time because Google put the address as further down the road than it was. If you keep your eyes peeled and it looks like the picture, get out and check, since there aren’t a ton of good places to turn around (actually there are a few intersections up the road to do it, but see above that we were new at towing). The good news is most of the drive up you can see far ahead to see if another car is coming down the road toward you, and the car coming down is supposed to pull to the side to let uphill traffic pass, which everyone adhered to. There are little pull-offs along the way for that too.
It was very hot for us (100 degrees) but between the air conditioning and our awning which made it much cooler it was pretty manageable. No natural shade though. The evenings were amazing since it cooled down and the view was great. We also took a tip from the hosts to go check out Lake Alta which had a nice little swimming area and concession stand as well.
We had two little kiddos along with us and while our 4 year old might prefer a campground with other kids, I think it was still good for him to be exposed to something different. For adults who want peace and quiet this would be especially great.
First time using Hip camp and I must say that Coyote Estates set the bar high! The site was huge and level with incredible views. The water and power all worked great. Additionally Chris was such a helpful host helping me out with a battery issue I had with my motorhome. Would definitely recommend to anyone looking to get away from the hustle and bustle.
This place is pretty awesome! We were there on Memorial Weekend and there was a pretty good amount of traffic on the road next to this property. The sunrise was beautiful! We saw a coyote, lots of deer and birds. The Sweet River Bakery in Pateros is nummy and their coffee is good. We noticed ticks on our dogs after a short hike at Indian Dan at the bottom of the hill. The hill going up to the property is single wide and a pretty good incline. I wouldn't want to go up or down with the trailer in the dark. Our truck brakes also got pretty warm coming down even with engine breaking. Chris was super nice and helpful! We would recommend this property.
Mother’s day getaway
We came out from Seattle for an overnight. Took about four hours…amazing drive if you’ve never done it—so much to see. We made it up the hill on the dirt road with switchbacks (HD pickup and a 27’ trailer got up no problem). It might be sketchy at night or in the rain. Amazing views at the top! We had planned to watch the stars but it was too cold and windy the night we came. We woke up to a calm and tranquil Sunday morning. Serenity found in a sweet seranade of bird song. We’d come back again!
Special place. Something we’re thankful to have experienced. My family loved the spot - from the extraordinary views to the wildlife viewing and hikes, it was just wonderful. Chris was a terrific host and we’re looking forward to returning.
Hot tipi tryout
We recently decided that we wanted to try winter camping and decided to get a hot tipi set up going. After putting together our set up all we needed was a place to prop up the tipi on a cold winter night. I contacted Chris who was kind enough to plow the area for us and even provided us with wood!!! The spot was exactly what we were looking for! Absolutely recommend!
Escape and relax.
Felt like we were on top of the world! This site is super cool and very quiet and private. Nice change from busy state parks. This place is aptly named for we had Coyote performances both evenings!
An hour away and a beautiful drive to Twisp and Winthrop for art, shopping and parks.
Make sure and double check directions to this camp. "Hipcamp" tends to send out wrong directions on behalf of hip camp owners who own several locations.
This site is on a nigh hill overlooking the Columbia Valley. The site is AWESOME!!! You should contact the host directly for directions, as HipCamp is having problems with directions. The host must be an electrician, because there are TWO 30 amp hookups, plus four 15 amp plugs. Water is great and tastes great. The pad is HUGE and there is also a 50 amp plug about 30 feet away. You could fit at least four large RV's here. The road up is gravel and pretty steep. But nothing my SUV with a 27 foot trailer couldn't manage. And the view is awesome!