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Beautiful Brinnon View Camping

· Brinnon, Jefferson, Washington
1 acre hosted by Ginger A.
2 RV/tent sites
Please enjoy our beach as much as we have for the past 14 years...it’s gorgeous from sunrise to sunset. Learn more about this land: You get it all...the beach and the mountains when you stay here. Nestled at the base of the Olympic Mountains along the shore of the Hood Canal. It’s amazing! If you’re lucky Mt. Rainier will give you a show of amazing color at sunset and at dawn... Each camp site is basic with their own fire pit and pic-nic table. Site 1 is perfect for a tent or even a camper van. Site 2 is set up for a truck camper, camper van, Sprinter van or tents. Both have a water view. Power outlet is located by site 2. Both the sites are exposed to mid-day sunshine so a pop-up helps eliminate direct sunshine. The restroom area has solar lights you can flip on at night. The sites are pretty level gravel sites that are facing the Hood Canal. You can hear the waves and the eagles right from your tent- and highway 101 since we are located parallel to it. It can be pretty noisy. You may want to pack earplugs. Take the ramp down to the beach and enjoy 350’ feet of private beach. Walk the beach, kayak, sun bath or just swim. Check the tide so you know when the best times are to swim and stroll. If you want to book our property for a large group message me. We can talk and figure out if our property is ideal for your group. So much to do- mountain hikes, local nurseries to explore, check out the local marina, local water falls, National Parks, bike the area, trek and numerous other local activities. Go out and explore Brinnon, Port Townsend, Hoodsport and Sequim. We also stay on site and have our own covered RV. You may see us or you may not. Come stay at our campsites. We are located right next to Seal Rock USFS Park and directly off of HWY 101.....you do hear highway noise.
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Brinnon, Jefferson, Washington, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla, S’Klallam, dxʷsəq̓ʷəbš (Suquamish), and Twana/Skokomish First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Ginger A.Joined in January 2021
34 ratings · 20 reviews
Sydney D.recommends
November 7, 2023
Lovely spot. Privacy, space, ocean, power AND a toilet? What else could you need?
Doug W.recommends
October 2, 2023
Eagle Rock lives up to its name!!
This place is awesome you can’t get any closer to the water! The sound of the water and the animals at night are surreal! Seals to be seen during the day as well as eagles perched in nearby trees giving us quite the show as the stole food from the cranes and each other!!
Natasha B.recommends
September 17, 2023
Ginger’s land was in a great location for our weekend adventure in Olympic National Park. With a great view. Very close to the road (as the description says) so I would bring ear plugs if you’re a light sleeper. I wore mine and slept great. The toilet was the cleanest portable toilet I have ever seen. I would stay again
Leigh F.recommends
August 23, 2023
Great Deck!
The site was perfect for what I needed; a private, secure (gated!), and scenic spot with a clean porta-potty for van camping while fishing in the area. Yes, there's road noise, but that's pretty standard for ANY place right on Hood Canal, and there's very little traffic at night. Numerous trees effectively block headlights and passers-by eyeballs. The little lounge deck, with seats and side tables, overlooking the canal (this is the scenic part) was perfect for having a beverage after a long day on the water! It's even covered, so when a brief shower passed by, I was warm and dry. I was only there during high tide hours, so I can't comment on the beach, as it was mostly underwater. The campsite itself is fairly small, and there were multiple unoccupied (but nice and well-kept) RVs parked surrounding it. If you're looking for a wilderness experience, this is probably not for you. As a base of operations for outdoor activities, it was conveniently located, relaxing, and comfortable. I would definitely use it again!
Renee H.recommends
July 22, 2023
Just what I was looking for!
I chose Space #1 for my first solo camping experience due to the amenities and location. Ginger, the host, was quickly responsive and helpful. It was so relaxing camping with the door and front window facing a nice view of the water and listening to the waves lapping the shore and birds and wildlife noises. There was a currently unused travel trailer next to me and further near is the owner’s space. I felt totally safe here. You will be below Highway 101 so, as Ginger states, there will be traffic noise which will die down at night. I was able to tune most of it out being busy and enjoying the beach. I loved being able to harvest delicious fresh oysters. Be prepared for sticky mud when the tide is out. I have a walking pole and used it and the rails to get up and down the access and walk on the rocky beach. I highly recommend this piece of paradise and hope to enjoy it again for a longer time. And bring a kayak!
Cindy G.recommends
June 19, 2023
Eagle Rock Beach
Really private, which worked well with my reactive dog. Easy access to the private beach. Numerous oysters available, unfortunately I don't eat oysters. Enjoyed watching the many eagles harass the blue heron. The porta-potty was very clean. Only downside, as Ginger mentioned, is the noise from the highway. I would definitely come here again.
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