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Simple Roots Ranch

1 site · Lodging4 acres · Snohomish, WA
Nestled on a spacious 4-acre property in the scenic Three Lakes area of Snohomish, our retreat offers a tranquil escape surrounded by nature's beauty. Explore our meticulously cared-for gardens, including a bountiful vegetable garden and vibrant flower beds, where we grow a variety of produce for our weekly CSA boxes. As our guest, you're welcome to enjoy the abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables from our gardens. Take a leisurely stroll along the shady path that winds through the woods, providing a serene and peaceful setting for relaxation and unwinding.
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Grace E.’s Mini Forest Cabins

11 sites · Lodging12 acres · Arlington, WA
This property is supposedly one of the first homesteads in Jordan Road. This information is based on stories from some old timers my husband had spoken to in the past when he bought this property in 2002. The owner back in the old days sold off parcels and parcels of lands back then. The property is all fenced in, a place where your fur buddy can run free so you don't have to worry of the baby getting lost! Hopefully you'll get a visit from a deer and hear the hooting of the owl. :) You are welcome to check out our goats too if you want (they're in their enclosed space). The surroundings are peaceful and private, you will enjoy exploring the trails all around the 9 acres out of 12 we are sharing. Stroll down the hill to listen to the sounds of the creek and fish ladder. Our campground cabins are about 4.9 miles from the 'Granite Falls Fish Ladder'. Visit this beauty at Mountain Loop Highway if you fancy a little hike. Drive around 7 miles to the 'Lime Kiln Trailhead. The trail is full of amazing views and history. Our place is only about 45 minutes from Seattle. Why not pack your tent and sleeping bags then drive here after work, then leave in the morning. Leave your worries behind.. enjoy nature.
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Pacific Rim Institute

1 site · Lodging175 acres · Coupeville, WA
This land has passed through many families but was first "managed" by Salish Indians who burned the prairie and harvested native plants for food, medicine, clothing, charms and more for 10,000 years. When European settlers arrived in the 1850s, burning the prairie all but ceased and that, along with the introduction of many new exotic species of animals, crop plants and weeds, began the degradation of the landscape. Over time our site was used to graze sheep and then raise pheasants (from 1944-1999). It was slated for housing development but several citizens rose up and prevented that from happening. Now the Pacific Rim Institute, a private nonprofit organization is the steward of this precious jewel of central Whidbey and the Pacific Northwest. We have a five-acre remnant prairie with over 80 species of native plants - critical to the restoration of degraded lands throughout the Salish Sea region. We have over two miles of walking trails for you. They traverse our prairie, savannas and forests. The land is full of color when the native wildflowers bloom from early spring through early autumn. We have a Native Plant Center where we grow up to 50 species of rare native plants. Ask us for a tour.
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Fruit of the Earth Farm

7 sites · Lodging, Tents11 acres · Port Hadlock, WA
This land was overgrown with nettles, blackberries and weeds. It's now an alpaca farm with blueberries, fruit trees, beautiful gardens and ponds. It's a beautiful and serene place that honors the land. There is a lovely bathhouse with two private toilets, a shower and sink. Hot water too! Come stay for a few days or a week or two.
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Marrowstone Island Hot Soak @9Mile

4 sites · Lodging5 acres · Nordland, WA
Nine Mile Adventures- Marrowstone is located at the end of an intentionally underdeveloped short plat. We became stewards in 98' at the ripe age of 21. Anything done or added to the land and setting was by our hand. Including the few small clearings of selectively cut trees to hand pouring and hauling water for mixing cement via our backs. We sure do hope we are doing her right! our plan? to leave as much untouched as possible. The property is made up of over 5 acres and is heavily treed with Grand Firs, large Western Red Cedar, Big Leaf Maple, Alder, Doug Fir, and many other native shrubs including edible berries such as huckleberry, salal berry, salmon berry. Micologists (mushroom hunters) are sure to find the treasure they seek growing fruitfully in these forests. Come forest bathe (literally) in our private charcoal fired soaking tubs. Self serve wooden tubs powered via flame come to temp in 2-3 hrs with proper tending. Camp 9Mile-Marrowstone is an off grid nature experience. Neighbors live symbiotically with the land, many are without electricity or city water as guests will experience as well. Stop by our seasonal farmstand located along driveway in the. Browse our collection of homegrown/sewn/collected and created inventory everything from seeds starts to home decor + fashion all on offer inside a '71 VW BUS, you'll get an idea of who we are pretty quick!. OR stop by the "town" of Nordland which proudly boasts the iconic Nordland General Store and Post Office (currently closed due to fire in 2020) a definite nostalgic fun stop. If you have time park and take a stroll down the dock. Shower a day person? Fort Flaggler is your place (5 min. drive up the island-North) has full service public restrooms, complete with showers (bring some quarters) and flushing toilets, a wonderful trail system worth exploring and not a bad view of the straits including Port Townsend. If Laundry is something you find yourself needing, Port Hadlock has a fine one, situated next door to the QFC market. Throw in a load and head across the street to the "Valley Tav" for the best veggie burgers around! no joke.
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Saltgrass Garden

1 site · Lodging5 acres · La Conner, WA
Join us in our cabin overlooking the saltwater at the mouth of Turner Bay. This is a family property with the host on site in the main house. The cabin is really cozy as we have an HVAC system so you can stay warm in the winter months, and cool in the summer. The unique property allows for many fun outdoor activities such as hiking, kayaking, crabbing; and fishing (seasonal), Birding, bicycling and playing on the beach, high tide twice a day brings in all sorts of wildlife as well as the occasional message in a bottle. For small craft (kayak or canoe) boating from here the most accurate tide chart is La Conner Wash. There must be a high tide to get in or out of our little bay. https://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/noaatidepredictions.html?id=9448558 We are located very close to many amenities. Some of which you need to call ahead to arrange. For instance, rock climbing, or kayak rentals. You will find the Swinomish Casino and golf course within two miles. Or spend time exploring the little shops and local entertainment in the small towns of Anacortes and La Conner. You can also take a day trip to the San Juan Islands by taking a scenic ferry ride out of Anacortes. While you're here you may meet our pup Turner, or our cats Poly and Minnie, we also have several chickens that provide us with eggs most of the time. Also on the property are your hosts Jeri and Nancy, as well as our handyman Shawn who lives in a retro build bus at the north end. Saltgrass boasts beautiful flowers, vegetable gardens, fruit trees, and yes, the Bay. We try to live harmoniously with the land. We would love to share our space with you! Our property has hosted many events, such as weddings, family reunions, company picnics, a music festival, and life celebrations. If you are interested, please let us know. We are always evolving our land to share with others.
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The Forest Farmstead

5 sites · Lodging2 acres · Poulsbo, WA
We are slowly converting our beloved multi-generational family home into a sustainable organic permaculture farm with an edible food forest.  We are replenishing the forest with wild edible native plant and herbs, planting hugelkultur organic permaculture gardens and preparing the land for future farm animals. Your stay with us is helping us nurture the land and nourish our family & community!
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Oso Highlands

2 sites · Lodging24 acres · Arlington, WA
Oso Highlands is a 24 acre working farm located on the Stillaguamish River. We raise Scottish Highland cattle and have a variety of smaller livestock on the farm including, miniature horses, goats, chickens, and a peacock. We have two sites on the property: A fully furnished 3 bedroom house completely separated from the host's living area, and a small cabin on the farm itself near the goats and chickens. There is something for everyone nearby! *Hiking *Fishing *Kayaking and Tubing *Biking *Horseback Riding *Off-Roading *Parking for horse trailer. Our property is ideal for campers who want a warm, dry, and safe place to sleep after an adventurous day of off-site outdoor activities. *Please note, we have a rooster and a peacock that are VERY vocal. When the sun rises and it's time to start the day, they will be sure to let you know!
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Looking for a unique camping experience in Verlot, Washington? Hipcamp has over 269 options available for those seeking cabin accommodations on a farm. Top options include Valhalla Tree Farm (200 reviews), The Cedar River Retreat (181 reviews), and Hollyhock Farm (153 reviews). With popular amenities such as campfires, cooking equipment, and showers, and activities such as paddling, wind sports, and horseback riding, there is something for everyone. Prices start as low as $30 and average around $75 per night.

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