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Camping near Kennewick

The Kennewick area offers everything from private outdoor hideaways to family-friendly campgrounds.

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Desert Solar Winds

3 sites · RVs2 acres · Kennewick, WA
Welcome to your perfect parking spot for vanlifers and RV travelers near Kennewick, WA! Introducing our sought-after driveway that is ready to cater to your parking needs during your journey. Located right next to Kennewick, this convenient and secure spot provides an optimal base for exploring all that this vibrant city has to offer. 🗺️ Nestled amidst breathtaking natural beauty, Tricities offers a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts including boating or paddle boarding on the Columbia River. Immerse yourself in nearby wineries, where you can savor exquisite local vintages against the backdrop of rolling vineyards. Unleash your adventurous spirit with thrilling water sports, fishing, or hiking in the mesmerizing Tri-Cities region. 🚐 Our driveway boasts ample space to accommodate your van or RV comfortably, ensuring a relaxing and hassle-free stay. With our commitment to safety, you can have peace of mind knowing your vehicle is well-protected in a trustworthy location. 💡 Along with the ideal parking spot, we offer a range of convenient amenities to enhance your experience. Stay connected with our high-speed Wi-Fi, allowing you to plan your next adventure or catch up on your favorite shows. Access to 15-30 Amp power outlets ensures your devices stay charged, keeping you powered up for your unforgettable journey. 📍 Plus, you'll love the unbeatable location. Our driveway is situated just minutes away from top attractions, vibrant entertainment, and delectable dining options. Whether you're seeking eclectic local art or craving delicious farm-to-table cuisine, everything is within your reach. 🌟 Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity for a safe, secure, and convenient parking experience in Kennewick. Book your stay with us today and make your road trip unforgettable! 🌟
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Pirate River

6 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · West Richland, WA
Grassy area with trees on the bank of the Yakima River. Quiet and peaceful. Small campfires are allowed all year in designated spots. There are mosquitos so be prepared for that! During the summer months, the Yakima River is perfect for kayaking, paddleboarding, canoeing, float tubes, or just swimming. Catfish and bass are the main fish here and fishing is good most of the time.
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Relaxing, Peaceful Lavender Farm

2 sites · RVs, Tents15 acres · Milton Freewater, OR
For years the property was a fruit orchard located close in to town. Over the years crops have evolved. Now we grow alfalfa hay and —lavender! Beautiful lavender fields in the heart of the Walla Walla Valley wine country. Learn more about this land: Crockett Road Lavender Farm is located close in to Walla Walla wine country on paved roads. We are just off the main highway between Milton-Freewater and Walla Walla Easy to access for all size RVs on all paved roads. All campers are welcome to pick a spot on our spacious lush lawns surrounded by fragrant lavender fields. Pets are welcome and feel free to wander our alfalfa hay fields and long rows of colorful lavender. We are close to all the area attractions, wineries, golf courses, restaurants and historic sites Crockett Road Lavender Farm an active lavender producing operation and a country themed lavender boutique is on site if you wish to shop! One note--We do not have full RV hookups. Both Hipcamp sites on the farm do have water hooks. And, in a pinch, we can get power to you if absolutely needed. But there are no sewer hookups and no official electricity hookups.
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Last Chance Glass Farm and Getaway

4 sites · RVs, Tents11 acres · Walla Walla, WA
Learn more about this land:Last Chance Glass Studio and Farm is a small working farm with exceptionally situated in the gorgeous Walla Walla Valley. There are level access and pull through camp sites along the Burlingame Canal and the South fork of the Little Walla Walla river (a creek). Enjoy nature here on the Old Oregon trail in the form of beaver ponds, coyote song, deer trails, bird watching and star gazing - just a half mile from the historic Whitman Mission. Park on the partial pavement or on the grass almost anywhere you like, under the giant maples and sycamores or out in the sunshine on the park-like grounds facing the Blue Mountains. Quiet dogs permitted on leash on most dates. (please declare your dogs for planning purposes) Professionally maintained Sani-can. Potable well water available for refills. No hook ups. This is a small working farm whose pastures seasonally support local pedigreed sheep and goats. Owners request that you don't throw anything for the friendly working border collies. The farm is 7 miles from downtown Walla Walla. Quiet hours (no generators) from 10pm
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Hidden Gem

1 site · RV1 acre · College Place, WA
Welcome to our charming slice of land, conveniently less than a two-minute drive from over five wineries. The space exudes a rustic country feel, offering breathtaking views of the hills and spectacular sunsets. You'll enjoy your private outdoor area and designated parking. While water and electricity hookups are available, please note that there is no sewer access on-site. Historically, we've catered primarily to extended-stay traveling nurses. However, we're excited to open up our space to Hipcamp travelers like yourself. Experience the beauty of the countryside and the convenience of proximity to wineries during your stay with us.
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JenEric Alpaca Ranch

4 sites · RVs2 acres · Hermiston, OR
Learn more about this land: PLEASE READ BEFORE BOOKING We have a small area in our Alpaca pasture designated for campers. We are a short drive (2miles) to down town Hermiston. Our ranch has been here since the 1940's and has decreased in size since its days as a potato farm. The Alpacas are shy but curious. They are not dangerous but do not like dogs 🐕‍🦺 and other small animals. (Please keep pets on a leash) We remove the Alpacas and mow the camping areas but please keep in mind that this is a pasture that is used when campers are not present. Please be prepared. This is a working ranch and there will be animals🦙 , bugs🐜 , and poop💩 in the pasture. River Front Park on the Umatilla River is within walking distance and the Columbia River is a short drive. In the summer we have several farms in the area with fresh produce for sale and  Blueberry picking just down the road. You won't want to leave town without picking up a world famous Hermiston Watermelon! Come stay with us "Where Life is Sweet!"
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Paradiso Perduto

1 site · RV5 acres · Prosser, WA
Learn more about this land:Bring your RV located 2 miles from the amazing little town of Prosser Washington. Very primitive camping but lots to do. Look up events in Prosser and stay cheaply first come first serve. Yakima river only 2 miles away Columbia river about 30 miles away,Wineries galore. Nice restaurants and pubs. Nice and quiet.
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Horse Feathers Pony Ranch

2 sites · Tents5 acres · Pendleton, OR
Learn more about this land: Pitch your tent in the extra horse pasture on this beautiful small horse ranch in Pendleton, Oregon. Kids and well behaved dogs that are UTD on vaccines are welcome. Please plan to keep your dog on a leash at the ranch as we have vulnerable critters wandering around and pick up after them. We have a couple of outdoor kennels available if you want to leave them while you go exploring in town. Campsites have access to a portable toilet, spigot and hose and cowboy shower (seasonal). Kids (and adults) can help feed the horses and chickens and meet Minerva the Minnie Pig! Pony lessons, lessons in making stone tools and tule ducks are available for an extra fee with prior arrangements. Relax and watch the wildlife. Animals you may see, hear, and smell during your visit include: raptors hunting over the grasslands; numerous swallows and songbirds; deer and elk; porcupines and skunks; and coyotes and owls nighttime serenade. Fishing, swimming and paddling in the McKay reservoir less than a mile away. Visit downtown Pendleton, home to the Round Up! The longest continuously running rodeo in the US! We have lots to do with a bustling downtown, visit the Round Up Hall of Fame,  Pendleton Underground tours, the Children’s Museum, the Pendleton Art Center and lots of great restaurants.  We have 2 tent sites that are accessible by foot you will have to pack your gear to the sites.If you want to car camp or have a van you will need to camp in our driveway space. Unfortunately we cannot accommodate tow campers the driveway is too tight. Please plan your initial check in before 9 pm as both Tom and I have to be up very early for work in the mornings. Travelers with horses are welcome. We have extra pens available with prior arrangements and for an extra fee. We have a special area for horses and horse trailers.
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Ricks Exercise Farm

1 site · RV, Tent80 acres · Sunnyside, WA
Our farm is located in the center of the Yakima Valley in Southeastern Washington State. The Valley is known as the fruit bowl of the nation. The site is located on a farm that has been in production on the Roza slope 4 miles north of Sunnyside since 1945. Surrounded by fields of peppermint, Concord grapes, and a variety of crops within walking distance it is a fertile paradise. The Yakima Valley has thousands of acres of wine grapes, hops, apples, cherries, pears, peaches, and vegetables. Wineries are located up and down the Valley and people drive 100s of miles to do wine tours. Several microbreweries are also accessible and within 50 miles to the west you’ll be in premier hiking in the Cascade Mountains.
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Corbett’s Cow Camp

1 site · RV40 acres · Touchet, WA
40 acres of beautiful pasture matched with green rolling hills in the distance with a substantial view of the blue mountains. A nice gravel RV pad makes for the perfect camp setup. Lowden Washington, right outside of Walla Walla is a desirable spot for tourists interested in the wine scene downtown!
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Kaizen Roots Farm

1 site · Lodging18 acres · Walla Walla, WA
Ground yourself and enjoy nature's beauty at this unforgettable escape. Nestled in the center of a regenerative farm, this Airstream retreat offers an array of amenities for a luxurious experience. Watch the animals graze, enjoy the sound of wind chimes, bask in the sun, and sip on some wine by the fire. Guests will be able to observe the surrounding farm activities from the comfort of a large patio with a stunning view and visit local wineries less than 10 minutes from the farm.
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Tiva Gardens

9 sites · Tents7 acres · Granger, WA
Escape to a charming family farm nestled among a beautiful forest area and an idyllic aspen grove, with convenient access to local attractions and the freeway. Enjoy stunning views of Mount Adams and Mount Rainier from your spacious campsite, which can accommodate larger vehicles. This serene farm is home to friendly dogs, cats, chickens, and ducks, adding to the peaceful ambiance. While the area can get windy at times, you'll appreciate the fresh air and tranquil atmosphere. Whether you're a nature lover, history buff, or wine enthusiast, local attractions offer plenty to discover, including Toppenish National Wildlife Refuge, Bonair Winery in the Yakima Valley and the Yakima Valley Museum. I welcome long-term stays and provide limited access to my home for showering and laundry. However, please note that I don't offer RV hook-ups or wastewater dumping facilities.
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