Private RV camping near Anderson Island

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Forested with River Access/Firepit

1 site · RV, Tent12 acres · North Bend, WA
This camp site is very private and peaceful! We will be open from May 1st through September 14th, 2024. We have a 3 night maximum stay per booking. (Starting 9/15/2024, we will be making improvements to our property and doing some re-seeding.) The site can accommodate up to two RVs or 3-4 tents depending on the distance apart. We allow up to 6 people per booking. The firepit and the Snoqualmie River are about 150' away from your tent or RV. We have a porta-potti at the camp site. Pets are welcome at our HipCamp, but we do require that you clean up after them. Near North Bend there are several hiking/biking trails including the trail up Mt. Si., Si View Park, and the Rattlesnake Ridge trail system. For shoppers, we have shops in town and the Factory Outlet Mall. For dining, there are several restaurants in North Bend. PLEASE NOTE: CHECK IN TIME: 2:00-5:00 P.M. Our rate is $70 per night. We ask all drivers (cars, RVs, trailers, etc.) to back into the campsite. This will make for an easy exit. Thanks!! Please send us a text message when you arrive at the campsite. Thanks!
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Highland Park Hideaway

2 sites · RVs1 acre · Seattle, WA
Enjoy an urban layover at this “secret garden” oasis! Property is tucked away off the main street in a manicured, park-like setting. Borders a private greenbelt with territorial and peek-a-boo mountain views. Easy walking distance to numerous open spaces, walking trails, parks/playgrounds, coffee shop and cafe in the adjacent, vibrant Greenbridge Community. 2 blocks to Westcrest Park, which has panoramic views of the city skyline, a flat open meadow, walking path, and an off-leash dog area. Short distance (.75 mile) to hip and funky downtown White Center with a diverse array of restaurants, bars, breweries, shops and a roller rink! Everything you need, right here in the neighborhood: Grocery stores, Westwood Village shopping mall, McLendon Hardware, Walgreens and more. Conveniently located on bus lines to downtown Seattle, West Seattle, Capitol Hill, and Bellevue. And just a ~15-minute drive to SeaTac Airport or downtown Seattle. Uber/Lyft rideshares abound. Highland Park Hideaway offers easy access to downtown Seattle, Pike Place Market, Ferries, Seattle Center, Space Needle, Climate Pledge Arena, Alki Beach and so much more. Or head down to the stadiums for a Mariners, Sounders, Seahawks or Kraken game. PLEASE NOTE: This driveway spot is best suited for Vanlife, Overlanders, truck camper, or small (24 ft max) RV. Property is at the dead end of a shared (w/neighbors) driveway with tight backing/turnaround radius. Rigs must be self-contained – no access to bathroom facilities. Also, this being in an urban neighborhood setting – you will hear some city ‘white noise’ from planes, trains, automobiles, etc. Owner/host lives on-site.
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Littlerock Stables Private Gated

2 sites · RVs8 acres · Olympia, WA
Learn more about this land: RV and Camper parking on a gated 8 acre working horse stables. Full RV hook-up. It's a level gravel spot for parking. Horses are free for petting. Please be aware of the electric fences (they are hot...). Also, the stables/arena is under re-building, so please do not enter (lots of exposed nails).
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Private Beach, 15 Acres, Vashon

1 site · RV, Tent15 acres · Vashon, WA
Visit Vashon Island and relax on this private 15 acre property. Camp near the bluff, overlooking Puget Sound, walk the trail down to the beach and enjoy 1000 ft. of secluded beach. Please note: There is an additional charge of $25/person/night above the base rate. For some reason hipcamp doesn't automatically add in this charge, so we will request it separately. It must be paid in full prior to arrival to avoid cancellation of your stay. The island boasts great coffee hangouts, galleries, wineries, restaurants (Earthen, The Ruby Brink, The Hardware Store Restaurant), Snapdragon and others. Minglement, the Burton Coffee Stand, and Cafe Olio Vino have great coffee. Thriftway is a great grocery store. The Burton Store is worth a visit if you are coming from the Tacoma/Pt. Defiance ferry as you will pass it on your way to the property. There a galleries, shops and restaurants in the town of Vashon and also in Burton. Vashon Center for the Arts, O-Space and the Chamber of Commerce have events that might be of interest. Bikes, E-bikes, paddle boards and kayaks can be rented from Vashon Adventures and Vashon Bikes.They also rent tents and some camping equipment. Before lighting an outdoor fire, please check with us. There are sometime burn bans for air quality and/or high fire danger. Generally, fires are allowed at the beach below the high tide line and must be put out COLD with water and buried with sand before leaving them unattended. You are responsible for any damage or injuries caused by a fire you start, so please be careful!
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Marble Creek Retreat

4 sites · RVs2 acres · Gig Harbor, WA
Welcome to Marble Creek Retreat! A nature filled, peaceful, smoke-free property with many private gardens, ponds, horseshoes, badminton, basketball, swings, hammocks, lounging areas, and wildlife. Grassy areas, shade, sun, walking trails - your only problem will be where to hang out! Ok to walk friendly dogs off leash - garbage can provided for their poos :) Property is fully fenced by 3 feet wire fencing. We are a few minutes from three parks: Sehmel park, an Off-leash dog park and Forest Park; Purdy spit saltwater public beach, and 5 minutes to downtown Gig Harbor.
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LO TAHOMA

1 site · RV, Tent18 acres · Carbonado, WA
LO TAHOMA LO: Used to call attention or to express wonder or surprise. TAHOMA: Mt. Rainier or 'Tahoma' as it was named by Indigenous People of the Pacific Northwest. Lo Tahoma is an 18 acre homestead of diverse land including 15 forested acres, we're located 5 miles from the NW Carbon River entrance to Mt. Rainier National Park and 20 miles away from the Mowich Lake entrance. The glacier fed Carbon River is a 1/4 mile walk/drive from our driveway with easy access to the Foothills Rails-to-Trails (a relatively easy walking, dirt trail which parallels the Carbon River). We mill our own lumber from trees off our property using a portable sawmill which provides us with the wood we need for most of our construction and repair projects. We like to share self-sustainable knowledge and skills that we have found very useful on our homestead by offering small, hands-on, intimate classes. Learn more about this land: *Make a booking with us for 3 consecutive nights and get 15% off!  Enter promo code LWFDHAFS when booking! *Make a booking with us for 4 consecutive nights or more and get 20% off!  Enter promo code PIXX5ENQ when booking! Individual or small Group Campsite encircled in an old growth Cedar Grove.  The Carbon River entrance to Mt. Rainier National Park gives you the option of walking or bicycling in (*e-bikes included) . This entrance is open year round, and although not paved, the 12' wide path is inviting and easy for individuals & families to walk or bike. Trailheads to Chenuis Falls, Green Lake, and the iconic Carbon Glacier all stem from this 5 mile access road. We're 20 miles from Mowich Lake (*OPEN ONLY mid July - 2nd week in October*) giving you seasonal access to a plethora of hiking trails including Spray Park and the very popular Tolmie Peak/Eunice Lake trail. Ours is a secluded/private site with easy access, perfect to set up as your base camp for hiking, biking and exploring the Carbon Canyon.  There is NO cell service or WiFi connection @ Lo Tahoma, unplug and enjoy! Lo Tahoma is only a 1/4 mile walk away to the Carbon River, a glacier-fed river that runs year-round.  Bring folding lawn chairs and sit a spell along the river's edge on a hot summer day. The north side of the Carbon River is lined with an extensive trail system (an unpaved section of the Foothills Rails to Trails) which parallels the river while winding through lush forest, mostly shaded, the temperature can be 10 degrees cooler here on a hot day. Our site features a clean gravel trail that forks in two directions leading you towards the Campsite and a timber frame Privy.  Parking is close by, with easy access from the driveway. Campsite can accommodate up to 2 medium & 1 small tent , includes one 10' x 10' raised tent pad with tarp covering overhead.  We provide a kindling kit and 1 large crate (12+ pieces) of dry hand-chopped firewood with each booking, additional firewood crates are available for $10 each. A covered sink station with hand pump is close by, providing fresh, non-potable well water. We have our campsite listed to accommodate 4 Adult guests, additional Adult guests are $5 each, up to 6 guests total.  *Families with children are welcome and will pay daily fee with no additional charge.
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Pleasant Places

3 sites · RVs, Tents14 acres · Onalaska, WA
Pleasant Places campground is clean, quiet, spacious, and private with lots of nooks for R&R as well as ample space for play and activities. It is an ideal location for large groups, family reunions, workshops, or what have you. A rustic kitchen, two 6' dining tables, and a fire pit with accessories make setting up camp a cinch. Centrally located and with 10 acres of field, forest, and farm there is something of interest for everyone here. If you're looking to explore the area, Mt Rainier, Mt St Helens, the East Side, and the Pacific Coast are all just day trips from here. In addition, we are midway between Portland and Seattle and just 15 minutes off of I-5 making Pleasant Places a perfect 'meet in the middle' location. Locally, Mayfield, Ike Kinswa, and Riffe lakes provide lots of boating, swimming, and fishing opportunities. Just five minutes away, Carlisle Lake offers walking trails, outdoor exercise equipment, fishing opportunities, summer concerts, and a playground for the kids. At camp you can pick a deer trail and walk through a budding new forest or pick a bunch of wild blackberries, apples, mushrooms, or flowers. Enjoy communing with our goat, chicken, and duck friends. Other animals include deer, skunk, coyote, and possum—bear and cat are not common, but please do be conscientious about leaving food out. While the campsite, play space, and driveway loops are mowed, most of the grounds are wild so bring your tromping shoes. We also have a play field (with a net) so pack your movie screen, volleyball, soccer ball, badmitton set and bicycles. We are Judy and Summer and Chula, mother and daughter and dog, and we are pleased you are considering a stay with us. If you do book, we are certain you’ll enjoy making Pleasant Places your outdoor home-away-from-home.
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Camping on a Flower Farm

3 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · Poulsbo, WA
Courter Country Farm is located on 20 private acres. You will love the adorable small farm animals, fresh eggs and produce. Your site is on Barker Creek and ideal for someone wanting to relax, a family getaway or for a little country romance. Your tent is up with camping pads and chairs waiting, just bring your sleeping bags and pillows. Don’t forget the s’mores fixings. Firewood available for purchase when no burn ban in place. We are also open to the public from 10am - 3pm on Friday.
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Green Mountain Lookout

1 site · RV3 acres · Mossyrock, WA
Beautiful view of Riffe Lake. Quiet spot with power and water hookup. 5 minutes from Swofford Pond where you can enjoy fishing, hiking or sightseeing. Bring your boat and enjoy Riffe Lake only 10 minutes away. Things to do around here- -Relax at your site, enjoying the view of Riffe. -Visit the Mossyrock Dam, the tallest Dam in Washington state. -Head over to Morton for some bowling and great food at the Mill Town Smokehouse -Do some antiquing between Morton and Mossyrock, here are a few stores : Morton- The Rabbit Hole, Jan's Lost & Found thrift shop, Highway 7 Resell Heaven Mossyrock- Blessings thrift store, Retro Phoenix Mercantile Some food recommendations in Mossyrock- West on Wheels (546)216-9378 UpTown Pizza-(360)983-3168 Nachos Mexican Restaurant- (360)983-3562 The Lemon Tree Cafe & Espresso (360)983-3235
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Skookumchuck Oasis

1 site · RV, Tent113 acres · Bucoda, WA
Located on the Skookumchuck river on our families 113 acre ranch. This tucked away spot on the very north point of the ranch sits our oasis! Grass fields to camp on! Huge gorgeous trees surround the spot for privacy! Between the secluded spot, the river access and the animals this is about as perfect as it gets!
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Under the trees

1 site · RV, Tent14 acres · Chehalis, WA
Learn more about this land: This campsite is under the trees mowed grass where are the tents would be set up. You must bring all the water you need for your camping needs and you may use the electricity from a pole. There is an on-site toilet to be used.
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Paradise On The Pond RV

1 site · RV1 acre · Ashford, WA
Paradise on the Pond RV offers a serene and private RV setting nestled within a community, overlooking a tranquil pond with picturesque views of the Osborne mountain range. Our site can comfortably accommodate two trailers up to 35' in length, with electrical hookups including 1-50 amp and 2-30 amp connections. We provide potable water, garbage disposal, and an RV dump station for your convenience. Additional amenities include a fire pit and picnic table, perfect for outdoor gatherings. Unwind in nature and delight in the sights and sounds of wildlife, from deer roaming across the yard to the soothing chorus of croaking frogs in the evening. Located in Ashford, just 5 miles from the main Nisqually entrance of Mt. Rainier National Park and near the Mount Tahoma Trail System, you're mere minutes away from a plethora of outdoor activities including hiking, mountain climbing, fishing, and skiing. Escape the hustle and bustle and rejuvenate in the crisp mountain air. Adventure awaits! Please note: *The RV depicted in the pictures is for illustrative purposes only. Guests must bring their own RV, camper, or trailer. *There are no on-site toilets available. Guests are required to have their own bathroom accommodations
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Looking to go camping near Anderson Island, Washington? Hipcamp is the go-to website for finding the perfect campsite that suits your accommodation and activity preferences. With over 1200 options available, you're sure to find the ideal spot. Whether you prefer a tent, RV, or cabin, Hipcamp has got you covered. Looking for campsites with top-notch reviews? Check out popular options like Four Directions Retreat (300 reviews), Bumps & Bruzas (333 reviews), or Maple Creek Outfitter Campsites (263 reviews). With amenities like trash disposal, potable water, and pet-friendly spaces, you'll have everything you need for a comfortable stay. Plus, you can indulge in popular activities like swimming, biking, and surfing. So get ready to embark on an unforgettable camping experience in Anderson Island, Washington!

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