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Novelty Hill Farm

· Duvall, King, Washington
65 acres hosted by Stephanie P.
2 RV/tent sites · 2 tent sites
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We have a 65 acre farm in Duvall, WA. The Snoqualmie River flows through the property, as does the Snoqualmie Valley Trail. You can bike an easy 2 miles to downtown Duvall. The farm is owned and operated by the Pickering Family, who has been living on the farm since 1884. The property is close to Seattle but feels like a world away!
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35 ratings · 18 reviews
Elizabeth S.recommends
July 8, 2024
Site 4 - Camping on a river
Site 4 is perfect with a picnic table, a flat spot for a van and a view of the river. Very peaceful. It is quite close to site 3, but no one was there so did not matter for us! Would make a great site for two groups at 4 and 3.
Debrarose H.
July 8, 2024
Site 1 - Camping on a farm
Overall it wasn’t a bad experience but left much to be desired for the price. We stayed 4 nights and it was secluded and we got to witness some farm activities, which was cool. The stars at night were amazing and the host was very responsive and even sent a link of some activities to do for the 4th of July. One of the owners even came out and chatted for a bit. The portapotty needed cleaning from the moment we got there and was out of tp. We let the owner know and he said they would call and get it serviced. The other bathrooms were very clean and only a short drive away. The mosquitos at night were atrocious so bring lots of bug spray! We had like 6 citronella candles going and they weren’t phased in the least. Also be aware that everything will be wet in the morning from the fog. We decided to leave the rain fly off our tent because it wasn’t supposed to rain and it was going to be warm for our stay. We woke up to damp bedding and drops coming in our tent. Everything that wasn’t under cover got soaked from the fog. There wasn’t any access to the water on the property so we had to go down to the park to cool off. We do wish the site was more level. Overall it wasn’t a bad experience but we’re not sure if we would stay here again or not.
Jennifer P.recommends
July 7, 2024
Site 3 - Camping on the river
Honestly beautiful location. A little tricky to find initially but really it is Very easy once you know exactly where to turn. Literally turn right before the bees even if it is overgrown and doesn't look like a road. Anyway, the only downsides were 1 there were spead boats and jet skis being ridden and they were VERY loud but not much the owner could do about that... and the price I think was higher than if like to pay. But I think we'll definitely be willing to come back. But if we find somewhere cheaper, $100 per night for camping is a lot, we would defintely consider other places first.
Jared A.recommends
June 23, 2024
Site 3 - Camping on the river
Camp Site description was accurate. Stephanie was easy to communicate with and gave clear instructions. Had a lot of fun with my 3yr old - his first camping experience Will go again! (Actually already booked another weekend camp trip)
Nikki P.recommends
June 17, 2024
Site 2 - Camping on a farm
Stephanie was very accommodating! The site and the bathrooms were clean and the trees helped shade us from the rainy weather. We heard coyotes in the distance at night which was really cool for us. We would definitely stay here again.
Adam B.doesn't recommend
June 15, 2024
Site 2 - Camping on a farm
No Actual Shower
We booked site #2 for 8 days because it was advertised as having a shower. However, the shower is on the exterior of a building with no privacy screen next to an events space. When we asked the hosts about the shower situation we were asked to "shower with swimsuits on." The events space hosted boyscout troop meetings and formal events, making showering very awkward. Additionally one of the two toilets was left clogged and overflowing for 5 days of our stay. We told the hosts, they did not fix the situation for several days, and the smell made using the bathrooms unpleasant. There was trash in the site when we arrived, and the road noise was very loud at night. We grew to dread returning to the overpriced field we had booked for the week. Would NEVER book here again. Hosts did not address any of our concerns
Duvall, King, Washington, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla, sdukʷalbixʷ (Snoqualmie), and dxʷlilap (Tulalip) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking

Hosted by Stephanie P.

Joined in June 2022
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