1 / 89

Lil Bit O' Heaven Camping

· Marblemount, Skagit, Washington
3 acres hosted by Zachary K.
2 lodging sites · 1 RV site · 4 tent sites
Full RV hookups
Electrical, water, and sewage hookups are available at select sites.
Creature comforts
Enjoy the comforts of home at some sites—including flush toilets, showers, and a kitchen.
Near North Cascades National Park
Within a 30-minute drive from the North Cascades National Park Wilderness Information Center.
Welcome to Lil Bit O' Heaven Camping! Here you will find beautiful and unique places to camp right on the Cascade River, approximately 3 minutes outside of Marblemount, WA. We are right next to the Marblemount Boat Launch and within an easy walk into town if you want to visit the local restaurants or need camping gear. Our property has five tent campsites on the river as well as a 26' glamping dome (previously used for artic research) completely painted with a galaxy of the night sky. A converted antique hay trailer turned tiny house with an 8' ceiling loft with 3-way views of the forest and river, deck, and private "magic spot" on the Cascade River. The Lil Bit O Heaven Campground is the perfect base camp for your summer adventure! Firewood is available onsite most of the summer. Fresh, clean drinking water, permanent bathrooms and a private shower are available for all campers. An outdoor (completely private) shower is available for those who book the tiny house. Please note that you must follow any local fire bans. Please check the fire conditions PRIOR to making a campfire. Please note that there are areas where you can get directly to the side of the Cascade River, and the river is swift and dangerous! It is not safe for swimming and no safe for unattended children and/or pets.
Snow sports
Natural features
River, stream, or creek
Swimming hole
Select a site
Filter by
Loading sites...
37 ratings · 28 reviews
Hannah W.
June 11, 2024
Riverside Site #4
Great location, nice to hear the water going in the creek/river as you lay in your tent :) the only downside was the shower was ice cold.
Andre C.recommends
June 8, 2024
50' RV space with hook-ups
Great place to relax and take a hot shower after a good hike at Diablo Lake. Well maintained and quiet at night. Peaceful sound of the creek water.
Claire L.recommends
May 27, 2024
Riverside Large Campsite #5
Friends and dogs
We had such a lovely time! We were able to set up two tents in the spot (with a bit of squeezing) and slept easily to the sound of the rushing river. Our dogs had a lot of space to run around and everyone else's dogs were friendly and non-disruptive. The community fire pit is a great place to make friends with other campers and the open area allowed us to share games. We felt safe enough to leave our tents and gear while we headed off to the national park for a hike. There's coffee and a general store an easy 8-10 minute walk away. If you want dry firewood you should bring your own. Toilets are fully functional and the shower had warm water with a nice showerhead.
Brittnea S.
May 27, 2024
Riverside Group Site 1&2 (2 tents)
First ruined family camping
Overall we had some ups and downs. We booked Campsite 1 and 2 which stated it had space to accommodate two tents. We arrived and quickly realized there was also a third spot right next to us, space number 5, that left us with no privacy. The community fire pit was centered equally between the campsites, with enough room to leash your dogs near your tents, without interfering with your neighbors. Down comes a young couple and their two dogs who booked space 5. An hour or so later another couple arrives with their one off-leashed dog, mine are inside of my porch tent. Three tents later on the same lot, with the picnic table, and their dogs on overly long leads, my space felt infringed upon. Our dogs had to stay in the tent, theirs got to take the entire camp ground. We used the designated pads to place our tents, paying for 2 tent placements, they paid for one spot, that had 3 tents spilling into the shared space. We preordered 3 bundles of wood at $7 each as we expected to utilize the fire pit area for most cooking needs and the ability to stay warm. Our firewood was no where to be found when we arrived, and apparently the neighbor is the person who holds the firewood. It was SOAKING WET! The bundles were not usable. We ended our trip a day early. However, the sound of the river is stunning. The location of the place is way out into natures heart. If I was to return I would book #4 or #1, #2 and #5 in order to maintain some sort of desired privacy and promised space.
Hannah S.doesn't recommend
May 26, 2024
Site 5
The site wasn’t what we expected at all and was not close to the river. We ended up not even staying and getting another place to stay about 15 miles away. The site was not how it was described online.
Chantell O.doesn't recommend
October 10, 2023
Riverside Group Site 1&2 (2 tents)
The location got us 2.5 hours closer to the destination hike we were there for, which was great. I can't say the rest of the experience was particularly spectacular. Absolutely none of the tent sites have privacy or seclusion, which was not a big deal for us, but I want to note it for others who are considering the space. Also, check your tent sizes. We have a larger car camping tent we brought that sleeps 6 I think, and it just barely fit. For a "group site", I'd caution if you have more than one tent to pitch, you won't have space for it, unless they are incredibly tiny backpacking tents. The listing is accurate and does include measurements, but I think describing any of the sites, that all seemed to be of equal size, as a group site is a bit of a stretch. The good: port-a-potty was clean, the site was level, and the fire ring looked nice if we could have used it. The bad: somehow the entire place smelled of a sewage plant. I thought it was that the port-a-potty needed servicing but it wasn't that. It just really stunk badly. You're within feet of the river but there is no good nearby access to the river, at least not that we were able to find with the limited daylight we had. The trail we came across is covered in blackberry bramble so pretty hostile towards use. Other: We paid for the wood bundle extra but none was provided. I'm not counting this against the host who refunded us as it seemed an honest miss, and we did book it same day.
Marblemount, Skagit, Washington, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla, Nłeʔkepmx Tmíxʷ (Nlaka’pamux), sqaǰətabš (Upper Skagit), and saʔqʷəbixʷ-suyaƛ̕bixʷ (Sauk Suiattle) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Zachary K.Joined in June 2022
Things to do nearby
More camping spots nearby

Safety at Hipcamp

Inclusion Policy
Inclusion Policy
Inclusion Policy
Hipcamp Hand

Safety partners

Recreate Responsibly

About us

Hipcamp is the most comprehensive resource for beautiful private campsites.

Discover and reserve tent camping, RV parks, cabins, treehouses, and glamping.

Download the Hipcamp App

Hipcamp is created with ❤️ and hope for our future.