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Curley Creek Canyon

7 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Port Orchard, WA
Forest camping on a huckleberry farm with a salmon stream. 10 acres of permaculture and mycology includes 5 granite fire pits and loop trails with dispersed tent sites. A remote island, naturist beach and kayak at the creek. Parking is limited. Guests love it here: "We stayed two nights at Curley Creek Canyon and loved the experience! Jerrett was a wonderful host and met us upon arrival with great recommendations of places to explore on his beautiful property. The camp sites are clean, private, and have fire pits, and benches provided. We took the roped trail down to the creek (bring gloves its a bit steep) and saw large groups of salmon swim upstream. This time of year is magical with the dropping leafs and lush moss/fungus sightings. Highly recommend if you're looking for a quick getaway from the city to connect to nature. Thanks, Jerrett for the experience and look forward to our next visit!"
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Hill. Top

1 site · RV5 acres · Lake Morton Berrydale, WA
Washington State. King county. Located by the city of Covington. Far right spot available. Water, sewer, garage included. 50A power extra. Will fit 45ft rigs. Plus parking for 2 cars. On 5 acres. Owners house on site. Site is approximately 20ft wide. Mostly rent to nurses, contractors from out of state, or people moving.
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Key Pen Campen

5 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Lakebay, WA
Overview! Key Pen Campen is located in Lakebay WA, Mayo cove to be exact. On a slice of land that holds history, peace and tranquility. Blessed with some of the best water accessibility, it's just steps from NO-Bank water front, but tidal influenced waters of the Puget Sound. Kayaks/canoe available (bring your own life jackets), .5 miles from Bay Lake enjoy public fishing, 1 mile from Penrose State Park where you can enjoy beach combing and trails for hiking. Lakebay Marina located just next door that will have a public boat launch opening later this year. Want to go sight seeing? Enjoy other local parks and amenities all within a short drive. Owner resides on property with dogs so please only friendly and leashed pets at this time. Please Note: larger rvs (20ft +) will be parked in large yard (none water views, will still have beach access) Smaller rvs will have the option to park in the large yard or backed down to a concrete slab overlooking the cove/water. Tents welcome -will be added to hip camp under "Tent Campen" Tents Self contained- (no amenities) $20 Tents Full amenities- $ 40 All sites 100% safe and secure! Someone will greet you upon arrival, to ensure this, please contact owner 30 mins upon arrival to property so we can guarantee gated entrance is open.
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The Heron's Nest

3 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Seattle, WA
Located above the Duwamish River in Seattle, WA this 3 acre property is a hidden gem.  A group of West Seattle locals has brought a dilapidated piece of land back to life and is currently building an Outdoor Education Center for youth and adults. At the bottom of the hill is access to a lush greenbelt with parks and walking trails along with the Duwamish River great for fishing and kayaking. 
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Oceanfront Oasis: West Seattle Camp

1 site · Tent1 acre · Seattle, WA
Oceanfront Oasis: West Seattle Camp PRIVATE BEACH! ****ACCESSIBLE BY BOAT ONLY!!****
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$500
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Madrona Meadow Camp

1 site · Tent10 acres · Anderson Island, WA
This secluded meadow has sweeping views, including a stunning shot of Mount Rainier on clear days. Surrounded by forested land including a park preserve, the land is quiet and private. A great place to watch birds, access park trails or just enjoy being outside in nature. There are old fruit trees that give plentiful fruit starting in August, and depending on the time of year you'll also find blackberries, huckleberries and salal berries. Additional tent sites are tucked into the trees. Serving all is an outdoor/covered compost toilet, rustic fire pit with log benches and picnic table for cooking on your camp stove. A mini herb garden awaits you as well. Ask me about booking the entire spot for your own private event!
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Owl Glade

2 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Herron Island, WA
Please note, this is HASRSTINE ISLAND, NOT HERRON. I haven't gotten Hipcamp to fix this yet. There is a bridge to the island and the coordinates offered for site are correct. Also no bathroom set up at this time. Beautiful peaceful forest with trails, a great spot for elopements (elopement package separate) and a beautiful meadow with a small ringed fire pit for one site and a movable fir pit for another.. Maximum 2 sites in 5 acres. 70% of the Island is forestry but sound DOES carry a long way so it's not dead-quiet. Harstine Island has a BRIDGE, no ferry! One hammock is left up in the forest and there are places for your hammocks to be hung, as well. There is one spot on drive that is between two trees so you need to go slowly and be careful, 9 foot wide at wheel base only. Please take note of this. Easy for cars, a bit tricky for some trailer/RVs. Photo and video can be seen on webpage. Types of wildlife include barred owls, a nighthawk usually in summer can be seen at dusk, western alligator lizards, warblers, robins, crows, wrens, a bear has visited before (lucky me heard it 'woof' at me, bear didn't appreciate my singing), deer, others have seen red fox in the past but we have not been so lucky. Birder's paradise. one lovely review calls it a great place for forest bathing! Puget sound is SO clean here with a diverse salt water life. Orca and Humpback have been spotted nearby. You can track them at Orca Network or Puget Sound Whale Sightings on Facebook. Both '22 and '23 have seen orca making rounds with the incoming tide going under the bridge and circling the island! There is Jarrell Cove state park and a boat ramp at Latimer's Landing Boat Launch few miles way. There is a great local market at the community center Saturdays from 10-12 in the summer. No water view, this is heavy forest off a gravel drive into privacy. No power, no water, pack it in pack it out. Please be careful of deer when you are driving in and observe island speed limits. Familiarize yourself with the personal fire extinguisher at the site.
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Trails End Canal🌿

1 site · RV2 acres · Belfair, WA
Mobile home which sleeps 4 comfortably, 1 bd., full shower, kitchen, dining area. Beautiful secluded land, surrounded by 100 ft Pine trees, plenty of shade with private access to Trails End Canal which leads beautiful Serene Trails End Lake, Great swimming, fishing and kayaking (no gas boats allowed) also Mason Lake is 5 mins. away which allows all motorized vehicles ,also 5 mins. away from Hood Canal (warmest saltwater body in Pacific Northwest) 15 mins. away from Twanoh State Beach Park, plenty of parking spaces, tent spaces available
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Hidden Meadow on Henderson Inlet

1 site · RV4 acres · Olympia, WA
Bring your RV and relax in your private bit of nature! Our property is like a private park. Consisting of two large fields, lush forest, stream, and Henderson inlet, the property offers complete privacy in nature while being only minutes from town. Nestled in the forest on the shores of Henderson Inlet, you will be immersed in nature. We have a 10x20 platform to park your RV next to. The campsite is equipped with plenty of seating including a couch and two outdoor chairs with a table, a beautiful handmade rocking chair with coffee table, a picnic table and fire pit with 2 benches. The campground is located in a private meadow in the North East corner of the property over 600 feet from the house. It is on the edge of a roughly 2 acre meadow. The camp is adjacent to a roughly 2 acre meadow with plenty of space for the kids to run around or play games. We have a network for nature trails along the 600 ft shoreline of Henderson Inlet. Along the trails you will find a variety of benches and chairs to relax in. In the summer, enjoy picking black berries and salmon berries off the trails. At high tides, enjoy the views of the inlet from the deck along with the various sit spots that overlook the water. Eagles, hawks, falcons, shore birds and a variety of forest birds make this place their home. We are also frequented by the local deer who might come say hi. We are about 10 minutes from downtown Olympia and about 5 minutes from I-5. You may see us around during the day, playing, working in the yard or walking the trails. However, we will respect campers' privacy. We do have two dogs on the property (Wilma and Bean) who are very friendly and we will keep them out of camp during your stay. Quiet hours are from 9pm to 8am. Sound travels well over the water so please be mindful. We have a long, steep, curvy driveway. At the bottom of the driveway, you will find signs directing you to the camp site. If you have extra vehicles, we have extra parking spaces adjacent to the campsite. The road out to camp may be bumpy (we do our best to keep it smooth) so go slow and beware of natural obstacles. We will have a barrel of water to put your fires out. Please put fires completely out before leaving unattended. Campsite boundaries: Please keep all vehicles on the designated roads. You have access to the field north of the campsite and all of the walking trails between the water and the fields. See photo of boundaries. Note: This is a dry camp only. We do not have power, water or toilets available (yet). Please bring your own firewood and check ahead for burn bans. In the evenings there may be mosquitos so make sure to bring your bug spray.
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Foot of the Dragon retreat.

1 site · RV1 acre · Quilcene, WA
This is a private campspot in fisherman's cove on the hood canal. Private location with water and boat launch access. There is a fire pit and vintage trailer with room for tents, or an rv. Site is dry but can access water from my ajoining property. Located in a shaded forest area. Excellent for kayaking, SUP, Biking or fishing. Bring your 26' or smaller boat for full access to the hood canal and Dabob bay. Olympic mountain trails only 30 minutes from site.
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Illahee Dock

2 sites · RVs1 acre · Bremerton, WA
My property is located next to a public dock on the Puget Sound with access to a port a potty and public parking. I also offer hourly boat and kayak rentals. There are two locations to set up a trailer, rv or tent. One closer to the water and one closer to the road. You are welcome to use my outlets for electricity and my hose for water. 1.**Fishing:** The dock is a popular spot for fishing, where you can try your luck at catching various types of fish found in Puget Sound. 2.**Crabbing:**If you’re interested in crabbing, you can set up crab pots and try to catch Dungeness crabs during the crabbing season. 3.**Boating, Kayaking and Canoeing:** Bring your boat, kayak or canoe to explore the calm waters of Puget Sound and enjoy the scenic views. 4.**Paddleboarding:**Stand-up paddleboarding is a great way to enjoy the water and work on your balance while taking in the surroundings. 5.**Scenic Views:**Take in the stunning views of Puget Sound, Mount Rainier, and the surrounding natural beauty. 6.**Birdwatching:**The area is home to various bird species, making it a good spot for birdwatching enthusiasts. 7.**Relaxation:**Enjoy a peaceful and relaxing time by the water, perhaps reading a book or simply unwinding. 8.**Photography:**Capture the beauty of the landscape, wildlife, and water activities through photography. 9.**Socializing:**The dock can be a social hub where you can meet friends, family, or other visitors who share your interests.
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Mike's Beach Resort & Glamping

7 sites · Lodging2 acres · Brinnon, WA
Feel at one with nature as you sleep under the stars at Iliana's Glamping Village at Mikes Beach Resort. Nestled amongst the forest, our glamping tents afford all of the comforts of home while providing a one of a kind alternative to traditional hotel stays. Elevated and lined to protect you from the elements, our tents include electricity, comfortable beds, dining areas, coffee makers, toasters, outdoor BBQs, lawn chairs, fire pits as well as access to warm showers and flushable toilets too. Inspiring and guiding those who are seeking a different kind of trip, Iliana's Glamping Village encourages immersion with the natural world, a broadening of horizons and a deeper engagement with one’s surroundings. It is our honor to provide a space where relationships between ourselves, each other as well as nature can be fostered and strengthened all the while staying dry, warm and cozy. Come see us and make memories sure to last a lifetime.
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$150
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