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Brookside Cabin

Everson, Whatcom, Washington
6 acres hosted by Cheryl W.
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Near North Cascades National Park
Within a 60-minute drive from the North Cascades National Park Complex Headquarters and Visitor Information.
Discover the breathtaking scenery of the furthest reaches of Pacific Northwest Washington, just 15 minutes south of the Canadian border and north of Bellingham, Washington, USA. Squatch Glen is nestled at the base of Cloud Mountain, far enough from the city to disappear into nature and still close enough to all of Bellingham's main attractions. Whether you want to stay close to camp and enjoy time with your family or have Squatch glen as your base camp for exploration, we have something for everyone. Whatcom County is home to the original Ski to Sea multisport relay race. The aptly named event highlights just some of the activities available to the outdoor enthusiast open year-round and close by. Travel up the scenic Mt. Baker Byway for stunning views of our mountain range and the winding forks of the Nooksack River. Each season, you will uncover different activities to enjoy, such as fishing, snowboarding, skiing, backpacking, and hiking. Lakes and seas are within easy driving distance for kayaking or canoeing or exploring the local archipelago of the San Jan Islands by ferry from Anacortes, Washington. Squatch Glen is a newly created minimalist campground owned by a local registered nurse, Cheryl. Cheryl dreams of cultivating an affordable, small, private campground that you will want to return to year after year to experience the wonders of the PNW.Come escape to the woods and leave your worries behind! Brookside Cabin provides creature comforts, allowing a truly relaxing time spent in this beautiful spot! Allow the nearby creek to lull you to sleep as you enjoy the comfort of a memory foam bed and luxury sheets. Drift of to slumber while listening to the nighttime hoots of the resident owls. Wake up to the tree frogs and rustle of trees. Spend your evening around a fire pit, with your favorite beverage in hand. Relish the morning wrapped in a blanket, enjoying a mug of coffee before heading out into the beautiful mountains or nearby San Juan Islands for amazing adventures! This cabin is small but mighty. The main sleeping area on the ground floor includes a queen size bed. There is an additional sleeping loft, with a second queen bed. A bonus sleeping loft supports a twin size sleeping area, suitable for teens or smaller adults. It is not suitable for young children, due to the height distance off the floor. The cabin has a private fire pit area and is nestled at the back end of the campground, next to the creek. The is not accessible by campers but provides an amazing ambiance! The cabin can be powered by generator or remain electricity free, using lanterns and alternative means for heating. This cabin does not have running water, there will be water provided for drinking and washing hands. There is an outhouse for restroom needs.Come escape and take a deep breath in the woods! Discover the breathtaking scenery of the furthest reaches of Pacific Northwest Washington, just 15 minutes south of the Canadian border and north of Bellingham, Washington, USA. Squatch Glen is nestled at the base of Cloud Mountain, far enough from the city to disappear into nature and still close enough to all of Bellingham's main attractions. Whether you want to stay close to camp and enjoy time with your family or have Squatch glen as your base camp for exploration, we have something for everyone. Whatcom County is home to the original Ski to Sea multisport relay race. The aptly named event highlights just some of the activities available to the outdoor enthusiast open year-round and close by. Travel up the scenic Mt. Baker Byway for stunning views of our mountain range and the winding forks of the Nooksack River. Each season, you will uncover different activities to enjoy, such as fishing, snowboarding, skiing, backpacking, and hiking. Lakes and seas are within easy driving distance for kayaking or canoeing or exploring the local archipelago of the San Jan Islands by ferry from Anacortes, Washington. Squatch Glen is a newly created minimalist campground owned by a local registered nurse, Cheryl. Cheryl dreams of cultivating an affordable, small, private campground that you will want to return to year after year to experience the wonders of the PNW.
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Everson, Whatcom, Washington, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla, Semiahmoo, and Nuxwsa’7aq (Nooksack) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
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Hosted by Cheryl W.Joined in July 2021
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