Small working farm with fruit trees, vegetable gardens and animals nestled between the Olympic National Forest and the Hood Canal. Easy access to hiking into the National park Only one hour away from the Seattle and Vancouver Island ferries. Dip your toes or take a swim in the pond fed by the Glacier waters of the Olympic Mountains!
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
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Hood Canal , Port Townsend , Quilcene and Brinnon
Mnt Townsend, Big Quil Trail, Falls View, Buckhorn Wilderness Mt.Zion, Dosewallips ,Duckabush, Hamma Hamma ,Lake Cushman
Quilcene Bay, Lake Leland, Port Townsend
Quilcene Bay, Port Townsend
Mountains all around us
The pond on the farm is very cold but refreshing. Quilcene Bay has a nice little swim beach
Variety of bird species eagles, doves, ravens, humming birds ducks, herons, hawks, owls. Abundance of wildlife
Natural features you'll find at Wildwood Farms Camp in Washington.
Quilcene Bay and Port Townsend
Olympic National Park Buckhorn Wilderness
Sol Duc Hot Springs
Gibbs Lake, Lake Leland
Mnt Walker, Jupiter hills
River, stream, or creek
Four main rivers that flow out of the Olympic Mountains to Hood Canal -the Big Quilcene, Dosewallips, Duckabush and Hamma Hamma
Falls View Falls , Murhut Falls, Rocky Brook Falls,
Seasonal fruits ,vegetables and farm fresh eggs available for sale. Peony flowers available in May
Places to see near Wildwood Farms Camp
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A great weekend on the farm
What a great weekend at Wildwood Farms Camp! The hosts are friendly and welcoming. Our site was nice and level, and had an amazing view of the Olympic Mountains. I highly recommend you purchase their well-seasoned firewood. We had a nice hot fire in no time. The location is a nice jumping off spot to many attractions on the Olympic Peninsula. Check out the “cider trail” and taste some amazing hard ciders. Our favorite was Eaglemount rhubarb cider. We will be back!
This little farm is so beautiful! Mary and Pete are very nice and respectful! It was so quite and peaceful and the fruit trees add a burst of color. I would definitely recommend this camp.
Mary was kind and very responsive and helpful with questions I had before coming. The campsite itself (#1) has a lovely view and it was very clean. It is quite close to the neighbor’s wood lot on one side and the farm house and parking (visually separated by one row of trees) on the other. There are security cameras in multiple places on the property, according to a sign in the portapotty.
The camp site was great! The host was amazing! And I got to feed their pigs our scraps at the end of every meal. The overall experience was great and we stayed in the orchard area.
Great little working farm
A great little working farm with a barn, pigs, chickens, fruit trees, bee hives, pond you can take a dunk in (we wished we brought our paddle board to float on), and lovely foliage of many varieties to enjoy along with the mountain views. The port-a-potty was very clean and well maintained (our boys were quite impressed with the fresh flowers inside). The star gazing was world class in the evenings. Pete was a gem of a host and even dropped a table by our site when he noticed we’d forgotten ours. We had a great stay!
My husband and I had a great weekend camping at Mary and Pete's place! It's a beautiful farm with animals and gardens. Our spot was nice and private. There is access to a bathroom and drinking water. We'd definitely recommend staying here!
We had a lovely, relaxing stay at wildwood farms. Our campsite was located under the apple trees and the setting was beautiful. We had everything we needed and was close to lots of hiking and beaches. The hosts were wonderful.
Easy farm experience!
We were a group of friends and had a blast. Some advice to groups with children, make sure you talk about the rules with all kids and make sure they don't go wandering of to the reservoir or to pick fruits to feed the pigs. Make sure everyone knows about quiet hours. If your kids are up early they may struggle to be quiet till 9am.