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Overnight at the Oasis

9 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2 acres · Anatone, WA
Boggan's Oasis is in the SE corner of Washington state, right on the breathtaking Grande Ronde River. Visitors can arrive by driving to the bottom of Rattlesnake Grade (WA-129), or the bottom of Buford Grade (OR-3). These two curvacious roads are extremely popular rides for motorcyclists and bicyclists nationally. Visitors may also arrive by water (rafts, driftboats, jetboats, kayaks, etc) coming downriver from Oregon, or upriver from the Snake River (WA/ID). Many other unpaved roads will lead guests to our canyon, which creates great opportunities for off-road vehicle adventures! The Grande Ronde River, which drains much of northeast Oregon's Union and Wallowa counties, is fed by snowpack in the Elkhorn Mountains. The Wallowa River, a major tributary to the Grande Ronde, headwaters in the Wallowa Mountains, mostly within the Eagle Cap Wilderness. Twenty-two miles from Boggan's Oasis, the Grande Ronde River flows into the mighty Snake River. The river is surrounded by steep, rugged canyon walls that rise 3000 to 4000 feet above the river level. Dense conifer forests blend into grassy slopes set off by scattered conifer "stringers." Called "The Land of Winding Waters" by Native Americans, the river is home to rainbow trout, dolly varden, whitefish, squawfish, suckers, bass, and steelhead. Rocky Mountain elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, bighorn sheep, bear, bald eagles, and a variety of smaller animals and birds can be seen daily. And yes, there are rattlesnakes! Fishing, hunting, hiking, all kinds of boating/floating, offroad vehicle riding, and animal/bird watching are beyond expectations in this area. Seasonally, guests can also successfully gather a variety of mushrooms and berries while on one of the many nearby hiking trails. Many of these short walks also lead to incredible, far-reaching views of the Blue Mountains, Wenaha wildlife sanctuary, Hells Canyon, and the tri-state area. In the hotter summer months, the swimming hole below the Boggan's Bridge is a popular way to cool off. Boggan's Oasis also offers fishing trips, float trips, shuttles, and a FULL restaurant! Check our website for more info.
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McGovern Residence

3 sites · RVs, Tents28 acres · Pomeroy, WA
The McGovern Residence is a magical little world we've created at the base of the Blue Mountains. We're about an hour South of Palouse Falls, an hour East of Walla Walla wine country, and about an hour West of Lewiston/Clarkston. The property consists of 28 acres on the Tucannon River with mature Ponderosa Pines, wildflowers, curated gardens, hiking trails, incredible valley views, and direct access to 1.4 million acres of public land. Multiple stocked lakes are accessible for fishing just a few miles up the road. Close to the river, The Flat can accommodate up to 2 tents and 4 people. The main campsite includes a hammock, picnic table, fire ring with benches, and parking for up to 2 cars. Immediately off the parking area is a secondary site with another picnic table and fire ring for those camping directly out of their vehicle. Campers have a faucet for fresh potable water and an outhouse for 24/7 bathroom needs. A short path from either campsite leads to a small river clearing for cooling off and lazy afternoons by the water. The Flat is the only site that we offer and we keep the group size low to ensure a peaceful and relaxing experience for everyone. We allow tents, cars, and smaller camper vans, but unfortunately cannot accommodate trailers or RV's. The main property is a pocket of green with mature cottonwood, ponderosa pines, choke cherry and elder scrub. Our property borders the Wooten Wildlife area which leads into the Umatilla National Forest - so that's 1.4 million acres of public lands directly to our South. Just down the road are some really great hiking trails and access points to the Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness, or if you prefer to stay close, our property gains 1000' from river to property line. An afternoon trek to the top is challenging but provides a spectacular panoramic view of the Tucannon River valley. Pack some beer and some snacks and hang out for a wicked sunset. We're working hard on our hiking trail - currently it's 3/4 mile (1.5 mile round trip), and growing in length by the week. During your stay you'll probably see some wild turkey, quail, and some white tailed or mule deer. The area is known to have cougars (we run into them occasionally) bighorn sheep, rattlesnake, black bears, bobcats, and even the occasional moose! There's no shortage of wildlife in the area, and we enjoy when they visit us. Be on the lookout at dusk for the nightly bat show! We also have a flock of chickens that free-range during the day, so don't be surprised to get a visitor or two poking around for scraps. Our property is rural, but not isolated. Depending on where you stake your tent you might see some neighbors, but we can direct you to the right spot if you want to avoid it. The towns of Dayton and Pomeroy are both about 20 minutes away. Both have their own charm and offer a grocery store, a couple bars, gas, and supplies. There's an RV park and general store about a mile up the road if you need some quick essentials or a few gallons of gas. At the center of the property is a log cabin we're slowly renovating. We live here full time so when we're home we're out and about working on projects or clearing brush. You'll see us wandering, so interact with us as much as you want or just do your thing. This is our home and we like to host, but it's not necessary. On that note, this is not a 'campground'. We have a beautiful property with a campsite and like to share it! We hope you enjoy yourself while also respecting our home :)
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Hunter Moon Homestead

5 sites · Lodging, Tents22 acres · Troy, ID
Our homestead is on the top of Little Bear Ridge with 360 degree views. We have 22 acres, 5 of which is a very large pond that attracts birds of all kinds. Enjoy evening sunsets on the water in our 2 person canoe for guests to use. There is a large grassy area for campers and trailers. Spend your free time exploring one of the many beautiful hikes near us, visiting wineries, or just relaxing here in the quiet. Our designated dark skies make star gazing is amazing in all seasons. When fire danger is low, cozy up to our fire pit. BYO marshmallows. There is a bath house with a shower, flush toilet, and sink. We've outfitted it with plenty of hooks to hang your towels and clothes, basic toiletries and artful details.
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Black Ridge Farms

1 site · Lodging5 acres · Palouse, WA
Welcome to Black Ridge Farms and our cozy bell tent, nestled amidst the scenic beauty of a working farm overlooking the stunning Palouse River. Immerse yourself in a rustic glamping experience, where tranquility meets the charm of farm life. We've recently opened our doors at the end of August, inviting you to join us for an unforgettable stay. Bring along your bikes and explore the picturesque road along the river, or venture into town for shopping and delicious food options. Indulge in our baked goods breakfast made from locally sourced ingredients, providing a taste of the region's flavors. Conveniently located just a short drive away from Moscow, ID, or Pullman, WA, our farm offers easy access to nearby attractions. Farm tours may be arranged upon request, allowing you to get up close and personal with our animals and learn about farm operations. Come and soak in the breathtaking views while watching the animals graze—a perfect retreat for nature lovers and adventurers alike!
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Looking to go camping near Juliaetta, Idaho? Hipcamp has you covered with over 440 options in the area. Whether you prefer pitching a tent, RV camping, or staying in a cozy cabin, you'll find the perfect accommodation for your outdoor adventure. With an average price per night of $40 and options starting as low as $15, there's something for every budget. Check out top-rated campsites like Hidden Acres Orchards (387 reviews), Willow Creek Retreat (297 reviews), and The Old Weber Farm (139 reviews) to see what others have loved about these campsites. Enjoy popular amenities like campfires, bringing your pets along, and having cooking equipment available. And with activities like fishing, biking, and whitewater paddling, you'll have plenty of outdoor fun to choose from.

Looking to go camping near Juliaetta, Idaho? Hipcamp has you covered with over 440 options in the area. Whether you prefer pitching a tent, RV camping, or staying in a cozy cabin, you'll find the perfect accommodation for your outdoor adventure. With an average price per night of $40 and options starting as low as $15, there's something for every budget. Check out top-rated campsites like Hidden Acres Orchards (387 reviews), Willow Creek Retreat (297 reviews), and The Old Weber Farm (139 reviews) to see what others have loved about these campsites. Enjoy popular amenities like campfires, bringing your pets along, and having cooking equipment available. And with activities like fishing, biking, and whitewater paddling, you'll have plenty of outdoor fun to choose from.

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