3 camp sites available ...set up your tent...each site has a grill...4 minute walk to your car...2 miles from the center of Centralia...lots of nearby activities and scenery.. 4 miles to Interstate 5...beautiful and secluded...Downtown Centralia has great antique shopping local restaurants and watering holes.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Great site with a great host.
Very nice site with a little of everything: valley below, forested hill above, fields with saplings on either side. Matthew keeps a nice site, spacious with a good fire pit, grill, and relatively flat area for a tent. This site was very big and separated from everyone else. Matthew himself is a very nice host and very helpful, generous and accommodating. The well was down, so no way to get water for ourselves, but Matthew was very helpful about getting water. It's very quiet during the day, but the road traffic does pick up quite a bit at night.
Awesome camping site!!!
The campsite we stayed in was awesome ! We were in the trees in a private campsite in this beautiful property. Terry was amazing and led us to our campsite and provided us with firewood, kindle and well water to clean our dishes and hands . I would definitely come back and stay at this site again ! I
Serene country setting!
I loved the peacefulness of this campground! It was really quiet, the campsites are far from each other so you have privacy. We stayed in campsite #2. The free water and firewood was a great surprise, and Matthew/Terry we’re both very helpful.
This was a nice, large area for us to spread out in. There's a fire pit with firewood already cut and set out for you. There's also a little hiking trail into the woods starting from your campsite. You have to walk a couple minutes from your parked car to the campsite, but it's no biggie.
Matthew is a nice dude too. I picked out a more secluded campsite because my dog doesn't seem to calm down (and barks) when there are others nearby. When there was a miscommunication about campsite location with other guests, Matthew helped resolve things in a friendly way so that everyone got what they wanted.
As others have noted, there's a decent amount of traffic noise from the nearby road. I also had some lights from the neighborhood just north up the road show into my tent a little bit. Neither of these things were an issue for me, but just something to note for others who may want a fully secluded area.