Open rolling pasture with pockets of trees. Campsite is grass along side a large pond with trees and pasture around it. Drinking water near by, fire pit with wood, picnic table, large pond and major river on site. Working cattle ranch. Activities on or near camp include besides just relaxing, boating, kayaking, hiking, biking, fishing. Pacific ocean and Olympic Mtns. are a
Open rolling pasture with pockets of trees. Campsite is grass along side a large pond with trees and pasture around it. Drinking water near by, fire pit with wood, picnic table, large pond and major river on site. Working cattle ranch. Activities on or near camp include besides just relaxing, boating, kayaking, hiking, biking, fishing. Pacific ocean and Olympic Mtns. are a 45 minute drive away.
Are you tired of going camping to get away from everyone only to find out your really not ! Instead of being surrounded by other homes like in your neighborhood, your surrounded by other campers. There dogs, kids, cars, Noise !!
Well not here ! You will have your own private campsite ! !
You must be fully self contained ! ! No hookups.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
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A country feel close to town
Steve is one of the nicest guys you'll meet. He was very generous and made sure I had everything I needed. The land was absolutely gorgeous! Steve has a couple of spots fenced off from the cattle so you're not stepping in cow poop all the time. I was in the spot near the pond. Not a lot of bugs, or any other critters for that matter, with the exception of the cattle. Steve provides firewood and a picnic table for you and the rest is your magic to make. I came in a 30ft travel trailer and it fit no problem. It's also a pull-through site which is super convenient. Because of the cattle, there is an electric fence perimeter that Steve will have to open for you. He responds super quick to your messages, so if you are in a rush for some reason he'll be right there. I can't give Steve enough praise, I will be bringing the entire family next time.
Steve is an excellent host!! I camped under the trees on the east side of the property. Was a perfect spot to watch the sunset, simple, quiet and just want my pup and I were looking for!! We can't wait to visit again and bring our friends.
Camping with cows!
If you’re looking for a private, peaceful spot to pitch a tent in a lovely pastoral setting, Diamond N’ Ranch may be the perfect place for you.
Upon our arrival, our kind host, Steve, welcomed my husband and I to the property and ensured we had everything we needed for a comfortable stay. There were many Black Angus cows grazing in the open space of the property, and we were happy to have Steve teach us a little about raising cattle and the property in general. Steve also shared some local knowledge on points of interest in the surrounding area.
During our stay at Diamond N’ Ranch, My husband and I reposed in the quiet seclusion offered at the pond site. The site was very well-maintained, with a gravel road/ grassy path leading up to the it. Upon reaching the campsite, we had access to a picnic table and beautiful views of the property. There was also a fire pit, and Steve thoughtfully provided firewood for us to enjoy a campfire. Thank you!
There are several beautiful state parks and facilities in the area which make this site a great choice for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts in general. There is also a trail on this property that leads down to a swimming hole, if you prefer to stay close by.
Should your aim be to take a siesta from the outside world, this Hipcamp is a great choice. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Diamond N’ Ranch. Thank you, Steve, for your fantastic hospitality. It was a pleasure meeting you!
The property is lovely...serene and peaceful. Just what we were looking for. We couldn't have asked for a more gracious host. Steve was welcoming and hospital, several times texting to see if we needed anything. Otherwise giving us our space. Sites are clean and spacious.
It would be fun to stay there again with our kids and grandkids.
Nice quite camp spot with a unique view. My son enjoyed the cows and Steve was kind and brought extra treats for him to hand out. Steve is very attentive host with knowledge of the area if you are needing to find something to do.
Such a cool spot!
This place is so great! As others’ have said, Steve is the best host you’ll find. Super kind and generous and his cows seem very happy. The spot is huge and all to yourself. Shade and sun, you choose. WiFi worked well here which is great to have for trip planning. Overall, this beats a campground any day and will make your trip that much more special. Book it! You won’t regret it. We hope to go back!
Great spot with some notes
Steve and his land are wonderful, easily accessible from a major road about 45 mins from Olympia and 15 mins from Aberdeen. That being said there were two caveats that people should know before booking.
When we booked, we didn't know was that to get in and out of the campsite, you have to go through 3 gates, and through a pasture of cows to get to the site. Meaning you cant enter or exit the site without texting or alerting Steve to help you leave. Our camping group is full of early risers and we had to leave at 6.30 am to go hiking, meaning having to wake up Steve, etc. The cows are very cute and you can feed them, but just be warned that once you're at the site its not easy to come and go.
Also it was our mistake camping in August, but this late in the year the mosquitos are out in hordes, that coupled with the burn-ban in effect meant that we had to spend most of the time at the site in our tents to avoid being eaten alive. Likely not an issue other times of year but for us was a bit of a shame.
That being said, Steve is a very gracious host, and the campsite itself is very lovely.
Pristine and secluded site
Our host Steve had great communication before and during our stay. He provided ample wood for the fire pit along with information about the area. There is plenty of room for our 40 ft rig, tow vehicle and even tents in the large grass area with trees that provided both shade and enhanced the environment of the site. The setting is so beautiful and serene. My husband wished he had brought his hammock!! Easy access to Hwy 12 and nearby points of interests such as lakes , hiking and Ocean Shores is less than an hour away. We were given snacks to feed the cattle which was very cool and added more memories to our stay. We did not experience any issues with bugs (e.g. mosquitoes, ants, flies). Our first stay here and we will definitely come back when we can.