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Pretty Beachin Camp

4 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Ocean Park, WA
Our beachin camp is located on the Longbeach, Washington Peninsula. It's a dry camp, for now. It's less than a half mile to the ocean. We have four sites available. Each site has a cute cinder block firepit. Its perfect for RV's or tent sites. As you turn onto the property you will be met with a gate. To identify the correct property you will see two small brick pillars at the entrance. Please be sure the keep the gate closed when not in use. Upon entering the gate, our campsites are located along the LEFT-hand side and are distinguishable by the 4 built-in block firepits. (Please note: the campsites along the right-hand side that are nearest to the cell tower are not operated by us.) Pack out what you pack in. All trash must be removed at check out. Jack's Country Store offers garbage drop off for a small fee. There is a small park with a restroom located a couple blocks away that is usually open for public use. Things to do/Places to visit: - Surfside Golf Course - Oysterville Sea Farms -Pacific Pines State Park -Leadbetter Point State Park -Downtown Longbeach -Cape Disappointment -Jack's Country Store If you need any ideas or recommendations while visiting, don't hesitate to ask!
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Cedar to Surf Campground

15 sites · RVs3 acres · Ocean Park, WA
This campground was developed in the 1950s by a husband and wife team and later passed to their children. My partner and I were lucky enough to purchase it in Oct 2020 and our goal is to bring it to its original beauty and charm with the most up to date amenities. Long Beach Peninsula has been a family vacation destination for a long time and there's so much fun to be had on every inch of land! Located centrally between Leadbetter Point and Cape Disappointment, we have 16 full hookup RV sites (30 amp power/water/septic/Wifi) close enough to enjoy the fun of Long Beach and Ocean Park, but far enough to retreat to your camp for quiet and relaxation. Hang out in the rec room or at a fire pit, play horseshoes or bocce ball with family, or take a short walk down our dune path to watch the sun set on the ocean.
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Abby's Place

1 site · RV1 acre · Long Beach, WA
Private RV space right downtown Long Beach, WA, just blocks from the Ocean entrance. Spot is roughly 20' X 60' with power, water and septic. There is a covered patio with a picnic table and BBQ for use while you stay. Also, a fire pit in the yard (bring your own wood). Water hookup for your RV is under the patio and there is a 50ft hose there for use if you need it.
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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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Relatives’ Land

1 site · Lodging5 acres · Longview, WA
Relatives' Land is an opportunity for Delphine, who currently owns the property and all of us visiting, to enjoy the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest and learn about the amazing bio-diversity of the area. On the land you will find some flat, prairie land that are used for gardening and chicken raising. There is also an old orchard with 15 plus apple and pear trees. Campers are welcome to harvest apples and pears in the fall when they are in season! Half of the land, 2.5 acres is a forest of pine and alder trees which hosts incredible wild life: a family of fox, Northwest bats, Northern Pygmy owls, Spotted owls, Northern flickers, Pileated woodpeckers, red ants, deer, elk, rabbits, snakes, mice and million more insects and birds. The land also has an incredible variety of mushrooms, mostly non-edible though, and ferns and mosses.
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Riverwoods Golf and RV

20 sites · RVs80 acres · Raymond, WA
Riverwoods Golf and RV is located in the coastal community of Raymond, Washington. It is on a golf course that is currently being renovated but the driving range is open to use for no charge, however, donations are accepted. Approximately 30 minutes to Pacific Ocean Beaches, where there are lots of beaches to explore. The area is filled with scenic views, opportunities to kayak, explore Willapa Hills Trail, local shopping and museums. We recommend seeing the works of local artisans at Boondocks Marketplace, Riverside Gallery, and Alder and Co.
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Raven's Nook

2 sites · Lodging10 acres · Vernonia, OR
Raven's Nook is located just a few miles outside the historic logging town of Vernonia, and boasts a 100-year-old cedar cabin, a concrete skateboard bowl, a wood-fired sauna (operational outside of burn ban dates), a large garden, and lush, mature coast range forest. The cabin has electricity but no running water at this time. A propane grill and burners are available for cooking. There are multiple fire pits on the property for when conditions allow. The property backs up to Weyerhaeuser land where permit-based hunting and recreation are very popular. The quaint town of Vernonia has a brand new skatepark of its own, and there are numerous festivals and parades throughout the year. The Banks-Vernonia Trail is a lovely paved bicycle path for cycling enthusiasts of all stripes. The Crown-Zellerbach Trail and L.L. Stub Stewart State Park offer mountainbikers some challenging terrain.
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Four Directions Retreat

18 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents27 acres · Rainier, OR
!! As of May 30th, 2024, new booking requests for 4D will not be accepted for this camping season. Sorry for any inconvience. Stay tuned for more details. !! Come relax and enjoy the amazing energy at Four Directions Retreat. We offer beautiful and shaded campsites and a tiny cabin that will be sure to please. We also have an amazing outdoor stage nestled at the bottom of a natural amphitheater that is perfect for a variety of entertaining needs. When not playing corn hole, disc golf or other yard games, our friendly little goats are known for putting on a show of their own just to get loves and scratches from our guests. Our beautiful property features a healthy 45+ year old Douglas Fir forest and a spacious meadow which is stunning in the spring with wild grasses and beautiful flowers. During the summer, you can take a break from the heat and relax amongst the huge ferns, Fir, Alder and Cedar trees and enjoy a variety of delicious berries found all over the property. You may also want to stretch your legs and take a leisurely walk along some of the old logging roads or give yourself a push along a forested hiking trail. Using mostly reclaimed materials, we built a stage great for entertainment (concerts, weddings, movie nights, etc... ), an outdoor event kitchen, and most importantly - the three composting outhouses strategically located to best accommodate our guest's basic needs. We also have a gorgeous Bathhouse available for a nominal fee to recoup the costs of waste disposal. Check out our 4D Full Property Booking if you are planning an event and would like a private place to host your celebration, gathering, or concert. Caterers love the outdoor event kitchen! We are happy to answer your questions and share our experiences with large events to help with your decision making process. The 4D Tiny Cabin includes a large space with a basic camp kitchen, fire pit, picnic table and space for a few tents (depending on size) for additional family or friends. We have 12 traditional camp sites that include picnic tables and fire pits that are spaced well apart to provide more privacy than you would ever get at a standard county, state or federal campground. Important to know: 1) A handful of the camp sites can accommodate up to 24 foot in length RV's and trailers pulled by a 4x4, camper vans, or trucks with campers. 2) Please reach out to us if you have additional questions about which sites would be best and why we insist on having a 4x4 pulling a trailer. 3) Also, overloaded minivans also have difficulties making it up the hill, but we can help. If that isn't enough, we are located close to many areas of interest. If you like disc golf, Trojan Park is only 8 minutes away. You can also jump in the water at a several County Parks along the mighty Columbia River which are about 10 minutes away. You can also take a dip in the picturesque Beaver Falls, a stunning 20-minute drive through the country followed by a short hike. If adventure "on the water" is more your thing, then you can always take a kayak around Scappoose Bay which is a 30-minute drive from 4D. Lastly, historic Astoria, Oregon and the Pacific Ocean is only one hour away. You can find out more interesting things about Four Directions Retreat on Facebook and TikTok.
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Forest Park Farm

9 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Rainier, OR
5 acres of the most beautiful and magical property along the Columbia river. Lots of resources to access and 9.8 alkaline water from the well. Flat areas and hills. Garden and fruit trees. Small pond. Very awesome healing place. Family friendly. Privacy. Fun. Fresh chicken eggs avaliable and vegetables.
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Pacific Alder Cabin

2 sites · Lodging1 acre · Seaview, WA
Located in historic Seaview Wa. Close to everything with a woodsy private feeling. We get visits from bear, deer, and bunnies regularly. Learn more about this land: 2 bedroom 1 bath cabin sleeps 4 comfortably 6 total. 2 bedrooms each with a Queen bed. 1 Queen futon in the living room.  Cozy cabin located in historic Seaview wa on a peaceful woodsy lot. Walking distance to market, brewpubs and great restaurants. About 1/4 mi to the beach and heart of Long Beach. Hiking, beachcombing, shopping and museums close by. Large yard, propane fire pit on the covered porch. WiFi, TV, DVD's, RedBox 1 block away. We offer early check-in and late check-out whenever possible.  The Long Beach Peninsula has many diverse hiking opportunities from the pacific rainforest to ocean beach and bay trails. Lake, bay and river kayaking or catch a fishing charter at the Port of Ilwaco.  The Peninsula has several towns with antique stores, galleries, museums and tourist shops. Long Beach has go-carts an arcade and put-put golf to keep the kids entertained. Stop in the Visitors Center at the alternate in Seaview for information on what to do, where to go, and all the local events.  50 amp RV hookup $50 per night. https://www.hipcamp.com/en-US/washington/pacific-alder-cabin/pacific-alder-rv#group_size=4&adults=4
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