Cave camping near Mercer Island

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73% (136 reviews)
73% (136 reviews)

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Roney River Ranch

5 sites · RVs, Tents39 acres · Duvall, WA
Our family has lived and worked this farm since 1912. Originally the fields were used to grow peas (1940's), dairy (1950-1960's), black angus (1970-1980's), hogs & dairy replacement heifers (1990's), fresh culinary herbs for the grocery stores (last 20 years). Every year the location you are camping on floods and holds at least 3 feet of water, hence we only offer seasonal camping. The property has held events from town picnics in the 1930's, hoedowns in the 70's and a traveling circus in the 1980's. It is perfectly located 1 minute to Duvall and 25 minutes to Redmond. Learn more about this land: This 4th generation grass valley floor at sea level includes views of Mt. Baker & Rainer. Surrounded by retired culinary herb fields and planted cow corn to the west. Summer includes herds of heifers ranging the north. Your spot is minutes to amenities in "Old" town Duvall and swimming holes on the Snoqualmie River.  There are many culvert crossings between #4 & #5 for a fun walk around and a tall grass path near #1 & #2 to get lost in.
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96%
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Majestic Meadows

4 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · WA
Majestic Meadows is located on the back forested side of 10 acres. Each campsite is placed far enough apart to have privacy to enjoy the serenity of the camping experience. The property is filled with wild life. Mornings will be greeted with birdsong and our fields occasionally with elk, dear, and coyotes. Our property is a bird haven, so if you love watching birds we get regular sightings of Hawks, Eagles, Sparrows, Robins and little peaks of the adorable Humming birds. Our bunny population has no issues reproducing and filling all our bushes with their cute tails. If adventure is your desire, we are located perfectly! Mt. Rainier scenic drive can be enjoyed from either 401 or a short drive to the southern entrance. Passing through Elbe where you can stop for a nice bite to eat on a train at the Mt. Rainier Railroad Dining Co. or visit a car show in the small quaint town of Eatonville. There's a plethora of things to do from hiking to kayaking, fishing, scenic drives, memorable dining, buying local organic fruit, visiting the Northwest Trek Wildlife Park and so much more. We truly love our property and it's location and we're excited to share it with you. NOTE: Please clean up after pets and do not leave your trash. We do not offer trash services here. If you see a trash bin it is most likely for storing our kindling. Please do not leave your trash in it. Pack it out with you. We maintain our property and clean the toilets once or twice a week. I'm more than happy to answer any questions you might have about your stay or local attractions.
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GardenerofEdenFarms.com

3 sites · Lodging1 acre · WA
Rural camping with a glam twist. Fresh chicken eggs from our chickens for you to gather in the morning. Hike down to the stream or relax in the hammock. The fire pit will be a great place to roast some marshmallows and look at the stars. Large RV with 2 recliners and a view of the valley. Sleeps 6 with a kitchen and bedroom as well as a full bathroom. Gas and charcoal barbecue on site, table for 6 outdoors, lots of plants and berries for the picking. Hiking down to the stream in our trails leads to the green belt that stretches for miles! Kayak, boat, & dirt bike rentals available as well as extras tents, coolers, & specialty items. Breakfast served daily on request. Come stay with us. You won’t be disappointed
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Brenda G.’s Land

2 sites · Tents1 acre · Index, WA
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Cave camping near Mercer Island guide

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Looking for a unique camping experience near Mercer Island, Washington? Hipcamp has over 75 options that cater to your cave-loving heart. With options starting as low as $35 per night and an average price of $58 per night, you're sure to find a cave campsite that fits your budget. Check out top-rated campsites like North Wind House -Historic Cascadia (155 reviews), Chuckanut Hills Farm & Camp (137 reviews), and Camp Keyser Forest Camp (62 reviews). These campsites offer popular amenities such as pets, potable water, and showers, as well as activities like climbing, biking, and horseback riding. So grab your gear and get ready for an unforgettable cave camping adventure!

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