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Carrie's Creatures Camping

10 reviews
· Enumclaw, Washington
2 acres
4 sites
4 Tent
I have spent a lot of time creating a very particular vibe in my space and would love to share it with like-minded individuals. Think Vlad the Impaler mixed with Cottage Core. Learn more about this land: Small plot of land with quite a few fire pits and tent areas, goats for petting and playing, come relax in the hammock area, close to Mt Rainier, lots of hiking and fun activities. Gate is now locked at all times and the gate code will be given upon arrival. Please let the host know an ETA for check in so that a prompt entrance can be achieved.
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Enumclaw, Washington, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Carrie W.Joined in June 2021
12 ratings · 10 reviews
Daniel G.recommends
September 12, 2022
Great site to stay at
Mary D.doesn't recommend
August 30, 2022
Large Bon Fire Site 2
We Left Early
This place is not safe please don’t come here. Based on the positive reviews something must have happened to give this place a serious turn for the worse. It was so bad we left after the first night of our booked 3 night stay. The issues: there was no drop toilet. We were told to just pee wherever on the site or to go in the host’s house. There was animal poop (goat and dog) everywhere. And the grass was overgrown so it was impossible to try to pick it up or avoid it. There is a line between quirky decor and trash. This site is surrounded by trash. Yeah the mannequins are kinda funny for a second, but then you are overwhelmed by the amount of complete junk that is surrounding you. It felt like being in a homeless camp. There was literally a small pile of plywood in the middle of our site. It made me worry if there were nails as well or other sharp things and I didn’t feel comfortable letting my dog walk around. Check in was weird, they don’t tell you the code to get in when you book. They want you to call to be let in, although they never specifically said that anywhere in the instructions. They let you in and then attempt to lock the door behind you (!!!) without telling you the code! We had to pry what the code was from the reluctant host because we were not going to be trapped here. The ground is uneven it was really difficult to set up a tent anywhere. We couldn’t find a spot where we weren’t sloping down the hill.
Emily V.recommends
August 21, 2022
Large Bon Fire Site 1
They were helpful with me getting in late! The place is very eccentric and after talking to Carrie, she’s an artist and uses the yard as some of her art. Theres hammocks and places to hang out at every campsite. Some of the campsites looked to be on unflat ground but when not full they’ll give you the flat spots for your tent! Carrie and Dickie were fun hosts and the ride to the amphitheater was an awesome addition! I’d definitely stay here again!
Shana M.recommends
August 16, 2022
Carrie and her roommate were both so kind and welcoming to the two of us! I loved their friendly pups and their goats were so fun too. I'd definitely stay with Carrie again!
Chase M.recommends
June 28, 2022
Solitude and Peace
Carries Creatures was one of my favorite adventures I've gone on in several years. Every summer my best friends and I go camping somewhere to catch up, and I'm beyond glad it was here. I would not have picked anything different. There are lots of very happy, freindly, well taken care of animals to pet and hang out with. There is plenty of space to play at this adult playground as well. Carrie and her partner are very nice people with a vibe all there own. Thank you for the fun times, good memories and the free eggs!
Stephen G.recommends
February 11, 2022
Halloween All Year Round!
Small, peaceful and out of the way, perfect for being in close proximity to Seattle while still offering an authentic and spooky camping experience. I woke up to several mannequins staring into my tent! Carrie was an excellent hostess and the goats were charming to say the least. Bring sturdy shoes with good ankle support as the ground can be uneven, but aside from that, an excellent find.
Frank C.
August 26, 2021
Large Bon Fire Site 1
Wish I could review fellow campers as unfortunately there was an insanely rude group (I'll avoid more colorful terms) sharing the space, blasting music and talking loudly and doing something sounding like bashing logs (presumably for their bonfire) until well past 1am. That completely ruined my experience at this camping spot so it's hard to fairly rate it. The good: The creepy theme and the communal area - really cool ; the goats are sweet; Carrie is a responsive host and seems to care about creating a respectful space, just happened to be away that night. The not-so-good: There are 3 sites listed. When I got there I counted 3 tents (I think it was a group), not sure how many camp sites they were using or whatever but if you're an individual camper looking for a quiet night you may be camping alongside larger groups of 4 or more campers which can be a mixed bag (didn't work so well for me obviously). Also the couple of site choices I had available to me had a bit of goat poop to navigate around, even in the relatively flatter (but a little lumpy) areas that seemed to be designated for tents - the lumpiness and poop didn't bother me too much but something to know.
Adrian G.recommends
August 16, 2021
Large Bon Fire Site 2
Carrie has a unique spot!
Beverly H.recommends
August 8, 2021
Hammock Site 1
Relaxing but interesting
It rained, but I camped under two trees that gave me protection, so no problem. This person and property are truly original. She has macabre taste, but it is very artistic. Carrie is generous with her property and belongings. She wants people to pet/play with her goats (at your own risk - the male has big horns) and use her hammock area. I only stayed one night, so i didn't get to enjoy everything she had to offer. I'll be back though.
Meg C.recommends
July 21, 2021
Large Bon Fire Site 1
We had a great stay at Carrie’s property! My husband and I stayed for one night here as we passed through to Mt. Rainier. A couple navigation notes: her street is the only one without a signpost (you’ll see 401, 405, and 407 — but not 403) so keep an eye out for that. Once you turn down the private drive, after 75 yards you’ll come to a fork: stick to the left, and go through the gate. Her street address is listed on the right post of the gate, which serves as your confirmation that you’re in the right spot! There are a couple spots to park, including a graded gravel pullout next to the drive. Most of her lot is lumpy (so you’ll want to watch your step so you don’t roll an ankle), and also at a bit of a decent grade, which might make one of the back tables tricky to cook/eat at. The lower/front half is fairly flat and even though. She has three separate areas set up: she told me this originated from Covid, when she hosted “pod parties”, with a gathering space (table and chairs) for each household while remaining a distance apart. Each also has a fire pit for your use. Not to mention, the main communal area has seven hammocks! There is also a DIY “toilet” available in a small pop-up tent with garbage bags, and plenty of hand/dish washing water. I also discovered there's a motion-activated light strapped to the tree over the pop-up so you'll be able to find your way in the dark! The lights in the communal hammock area also stay on all night. The campsite shares a fence border with her three goats, which are available for some pets over the fence! Don’t be alarmed if you hear a random noise in the night, it’s probably them kicking at the fence or their mattress. Her property is also surrounded with tall, lush trees so it’s easy to forget there are neighbors nearby. Carrie was super friendly and checked in to make sure we had everything we needed. We also got plenty of snuggles with her adorable dogs and cats! All in all, a great stay!
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