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Dragonfly Retreat

1 site · RV, Tent6 acres · Coupeville, WA
The camp site is approximately 6 acres located in a quiet secluded forest area near highway 525. A fire pit with wood is provided on non-burn ban days. A flat grassy area is big enough to enjoy your recreation activity of choice. Bring your binoculars and check out all the different kinds of birds. Nearby wetlands provide lots of food for birds, bats, and dragonflies. Other wildlife you may see are deer, bunnies, owls, quail, butterflies, garter snakes, and raccoons. Lots of native flora can be identified with your plant identification app or book. The beach is about a mile away where you can hunt for sea glass and enjoy the waves or build yourself a shelter out of driftwood. The mostly flat gravel road can accommodate any size RV. 10 minutes to Coupeville, Greenbank Farm, Ebey's Landing, Port Townsend Ferry, and Patmore Pit Dog Park. 20 minutes to Freeland 25 minutes to Oak Harbor 30 minutes to the Clinton-Mukilteo Ferry 35 minutes to Deception Pass What you will need to bring: - self-contained RV, camper van, motorhome, or camping gear - water - grill or rack for fire pit - camp chairs/table - mosquito repellent - flashlights - recreation equipment Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a leash and in the presence of the owner at all times. Excessive barking will not be tolerated. Quiet hours start at 10:00 pm and no loud parties will be allowed. Up to 8 hip campers at a time. The site address with detailed directions will be sent to you after booking. Relying on GEO for directions is not recommended.
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Highland Park Hideaway

2 sites · RVs1 acre · Seattle, WA
Enjoy an urban layover at this “secret garden” oasis! Property is tucked away off the main street in a manicured, park-like setting. Borders a private greenbelt with territorial and peek-a-boo mountain views. Easy walking distance to numerous open spaces, walking trails, parks/playgrounds, coffee shop and cafe in the adjacent, vibrant Greenbridge Community. 2 blocks to Westcrest Park, which has panoramic views of the city skyline, a flat open meadow, walking path, and an off-leash dog area. Short distance (.75 mile) to hip and funky downtown White Center with a diverse array of restaurants, bars, breweries, shops and a roller rink! Everything you need, right here in the neighborhood: Grocery stores, Westwood Village shopping mall, McLendon Hardware, Walgreens and more. Conveniently located on bus lines to downtown Seattle, West Seattle, Capitol Hill, and Bellevue. And just a ~15-minute drive to SeaTac Airport or downtown Seattle. Uber/Lyft rideshares abound. Highland Park Hideaway offers easy access to downtown Seattle, Pike Place Market, Ferries, Seattle Center, Space Needle, Climate Pledge Arena, Alki Beach and so much more. Or head down to the stadiums for a Mariners, Sounders, Seahawks or Kraken game. PLEASE NOTE: This driveway spot is best suited for Vanlife, Overlanders, truck camper, or small (25 ft max) RV. Property is at the dead end of a shared (w/neighbors) driveway with tight backing/turnaround radius. Rigs must be self-contained – no access to bathroom facilities. Also, this being in an urban neighborhood setting – you will hear some city ‘white noise’ from planes, trains, automobiles, etc. Owner/host lives on-site.
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Camp Showrad

1 site · RV, Tent6 acres · Monroe, WA
Camp Showrad has everything from deep forest hiking to wide open space. We have just under 6 acres and multiple spots to choose from. We are on Woods Creek and also have a tributary stream that runs through the middle of our property. We are about 10 minutes from town - far enough away to be close enough!
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Wild Meadow Hideaway

1 site · RV, Tent16 acres · WA
Vacay' or farm-stay. Your personal, primitive campsite promotes quiet seclusion and privacy, while maintaining wide open space for sunbathing and star gazing. A truly tranquil place to enjoy exclusively, or to use as a basecamp for the unlimited adventures possible in this scenic area. Bring your kayaks, bikes, or egg basket for whichever adventure awaits you. We are a first generation, working 16 acre homestead in Langley, WA on beautiful Whidbey Island. We've only been building up our homestead for about 2 years, so the farm only covers a few acres - the rest is naturally regenerating wilderness. Around the hill and below in the "wild meadow" we've cleared out a vehicle trail to a secluded spot for camping. Though we raise chickens, goats, a cow and a pig nearby, you would never know it from your camp site. Our property is far enough from the city to feel remote and surrounded by wildlife, yet we are a 15 minute bicycle ride from the beach and the town of Langley and all the benefits that civilization has to offer. Beachcombing, wine tasting, concerts, hiking, fishing, crabbing, kayaking, swimming, and dining, just to name a few. • Dogs are welcome, but not allowed to roam freely. Please leash while exploring and please pick up after them. • Potable water is available on the property at well-house. • Public restrooms nearby (24/7), • Public showers nearby (10-5), • An RV dump station nearby (24/7). * No fireworks, firearms, or hunting. * No chainsaws. Available upon request is: Homestead participation Farm fresh eggs $ Firewood bundles $ Whether you are looking for a basecamp for your adventures or just a quiet place to enjoy your morning cup of coffee, you will not be disappointed. Welcome and enjoy!
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Forested with River Access/Firepit

1 site · RV, Tent12 acres · North Bend, WA
This camp site is very private and peaceful! We will be open from May 1st through September 14th, 2024. We have a 3 night maximum stay per booking. (Starting 9/15/2024, we will be making improvements to our property and doing some re-seeding.) The site can accommodate up to two RVs or 3-4 tents depending on the distance apart. We allow up to 6 people per booking. The firepit and the Snoqualmie River are about 150' away from your tent or RV. We have a porta-potti at the camp site. Pets are welcome at our HipCamp, but we do require that you clean up after them. Near North Bend there are several hiking/biking trails including the trail up Mt. Si., Si View Park, and the Rattlesnake Ridge trail system. For shoppers, we have shops in town and the Factory Outlet Mall. For dining, there are several restaurants in North Bend. PLEASE NOTE: CHECK IN TIME: 2:00-5:00 P.M. Our rate is $70 per night. We ask all drivers (cars, RVs, trailers, etc.) to back into the campsite. This will make for an easy exit. Thanks!! Please send us a text message when you arrive at the campsite. Thanks!
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Gaia Rising Farm

1 site · RV, TentAnacortes, WA
Gaia Rising Farm is located on Guemes Island, Washington. It is dedicated to moving our community towards a more resilient future, away from fossil fuels and using natural and organic farming methods. Sequoia has lived here for 34 years gardening farming and tending the land using organic and permaculture methods. Her latest venture is raising a small flock of Gotland sheep.Learn more about this land:    I have a campsite in the woods close to my pond     At the pond you may see ducks, swallows, kingfishers, herons and many other visitors. I even had some otters the other day. It's very quiet and peaceful here.   There is a row boat available for rowing around. Although the pond isn't as full in the summer as in the winter, you can still dive off the bank on the deep side.     Depending on the season, some fruits and vegetables will  be available for purchase. Small campfires are allowed as long as there isn't a burn ban on which is common in the late summer months. I will have some fire wood available for sale.    You may visit the sheep through the fence but are not allowed to go through any gates.  I will  be happy to give a short visit for petting and learning about the sheep for a fee of $10 if I am able to arrange a time for that. This year I have 8 adorable lambs.    The beach is at the end of the road. Guemes Island has lots of beachcombing. Guemes "mountain" has nice hiking trail with a dramatic view from the top when the weather is clear.     The Guemes ferry leaves from 6th St and I st. in Anacortes and ruins frequently during the day. The schedule and fares can be found on the Skagit county website.
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Taylor Mountain Farm

1 site · RV25 acres · Issaquah, WA
The closest you can be to Taylor Mountain! We have the perfect spot for those wanting to explore the Mountains. We offer you plenty of space to park your RV and enjoy being right next to Taylor Mountain forest trailhead. We are located 10 min away from Poo Poo point and 20 min away from Lake Sammamish
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The Snohomish Stop

1 site · RV1 acre · Snohomish, WA
Our home sits on a 1/4 acre with a big, fully-fenced backyard right next to a greenbelt. The RV parking space is located in the backyard where guests can enjoy the large patio, fire pit, and inflatable hot tub. 30 amp electrical power hookup (no water hookup, but access to water). Property is minutes away from all the essentials including grocery store, restaurants, gas stations, coffee shops, etc. Conveniently located near Hwy 9 and Hwy 2. Perfect for a quick rest stop on the way to or from Seattle, Cascades, and other PNW destinations!
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Lehman Family Farm

1 site · RV, Tent10 acres · Monroe, WA
Escape to several acres of land, providing the perfect setting for mesmerizing star gazing at night. If you desire you can immerse yourself in the joys of farm life as you lend a hand in feeding our friendly farm animals and collect fresh eggs for a yummy breakfast. Conveniently located within 5.5 miles of major shopping and thrifting opportunities, you can easily satisfy your retail cravings. Delight in the unique sounds of peacocks cawing and local roosters greeting the day, creating a harmonious rural ambiance. Drift off to sleep serenaded by the gentle chorus of distant frogs, and wake up to breathtaking sunrises illuminating the landscape. Indulge in the tranquil beauty of nature, where each day is adorned with remarkable sunsets.
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Mamas Garden River Getaway

1 site · RV, Tent150 acres · Deming, WA
Mamas Garden River Getaway is a super secluded dry campsite along the South Fork of the Nooksack River. We have about 1.25 miles of riverside hiking/biking trail. The campsite has great views of the Twin Sisters, amongst Cedar/Big Leaf Maples, on a working family farm. Seasonal river activities too.
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White Lotus Farm

1 site · RV15 acres · Port Ludlow, WA
We are NATALIE and NIALL, business & life partners residing on 70-acres in Beaver Valley on the Olympic Peninsula, where we strive to regenerate healthy relationships amongst people and the earth. We prioritize the well-being of our community by producing and offering quality farm products such as: sourdough bread made with locally grown grains, wild-range chicken eggs, pasture raised lamb meat and fleece, cut flowers and raw honey.We want to share this land – we do this by: collaborating and living with other land stewards & entrepreneurs, hosting travelers at our farm stay, and holding space for connective workshops and events. Learn more about this land:Bring your RV or van and stay awhile by our big red barn! This easy access site has electricity (RV panel with 30A and 50A hookup options as well as a 20A outlet) and water hookup, as well as a firepit and picnic area overlooking the farm. Enjoy an immersive stay on our holistic farm nestled in Beaver Valley, or use our spot as a base camp for adventures deeper into the Olympic Peninsula. We are just 45 minutes away from the Olympic National Park and 20 minutes from Port Townsend. We are a working farm with gardens, chickens, sheep, a llama named Cue and a few very friendly farm cats. During the day, you will likely see us working on the land or around the property - we live with other land mates who also work on the farm. Feel free to explore around the farm and enjoy the animals and the gardens - we just ask that you stay on the paths and keep all gates closed to help protect the plants and animals! The site has a 30 amp hook up (as well as a 50A hookup option or 20A outlet for any other appliances that may need to be plugged in). When you come down the driveway, you take a right at the first fork to drive into the large graveled parking lot, where you will find the designated parking spot against the North side of the barn. There is (1) sani-can unit (toilet) that is serviced monthly available for use, and a sink for handwashing and an additional fresh water supply. The metal trash bin next to the sani-can is for your use - please do not use any other trash cans in or outside of the barn as these are for events only. You will also find a wood firepit and chairs available for use right beside your site. Please bring your own wood to, or feel free to purchase wood through this listing. Also feel free to enjoy the covered seating area alongside the west side of the barn, overlooking the animals, gardens and expansive valley view! We are also situated less than a 10-minute drive away from an easily accessible dump station in Port Ludlow, on the way to the Hood Canal Bridge. Please understand that we are a working farm that hosts businesses and other visitors. You will most likely see us and perhaps other guests during your stay! Our home is further down the driveway (to the south of the barn) and we have land mates and an Airbnb unit attached to our house. You will likely hear the sounds of farm projects, animals and people at times. We also live off the busy Beaver Valley road, making us an ideal location for access to the greater Peninsula, but also please know that you may notice road noise at times during your stay with us. We are not in a remote area that is completely silent - we are a bustling farm in a happening place. If you are seeking somewhere very remote without a lot of noise, projects or people coming and going, our site is sadly not for you. This is just the reality of our situation and we always want to make sure our guests know what to expect. That said, this also makes for an exciting, immersive experience if you're looking to connect with the bustling farming and food culture in our region! We also often have products fresh off the farm for your enjoyment while you're here or to take with you on the rest of your travels, and we have lots of local recommendations for food and activities during your stay!
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Peace on the Skagit

4 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Mount Vernon, WA
Welcome to our little slice of heaven on the banks of the wild and scenic Skagit River! The spacious Group Camp overlooks the beautiful Skagit River and is located on five riverfront acres adjacent to our family farm of 43 years. In addition to the Group Camp, there are just 3 single campsites on this property. Get ready to watch Canadian geese fly overhead, dip your toes in the warm sand and experience Peace Like a River. Take a walk along miles of dike, launch your kayak in the river, cast your line and fish the glacial river waters, or just soak up the tranquil beauty. The Group Camp features a huge central wood fire pit with cooking grill, and 7 adirondack chairs/2 side tables that overlook the river. The large custom outdoor kitchen (cold water) is perfect for meal prep and easy clean up. There is also a 3 burner propane stove (propane provided) . Two-8' picnic tables and a 3' X 4' serving/buffet table give plenty of seating for meals. Just minutes away you can walk to the river on a private trail. During the summer months there is typically a long sandbar. You will find stunning views in every direction with partial shade under towering cottonwoods. For safety purposes, a camp fire is allowed only in the provided fire pit. This site has space for 2 recreational vehicles (20' or less) or up to 3 tents. Current COVID restrictions apply for group size/composition. Our family has great respect for the beauty and power of the river. Care for safety must be taken on the river edges as they are steep in places, the glacial water is very cold, and it has a strong tidal current and hidden undertows. Life jackets are strongly recommended for any activities on the water and we discourage swimming. We are located just 65 miles north of Seattle and minutes from I-5. This is your landing spot to explore all of the Skagit Valley, from the San Juan Islands to the Cascade Mountains. You will find epic hiking, biking, foodie destinations and endless opportunities to explore the natural beauty of nearby mountains, lakes and saltwater.
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