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Oracle campsite @ Delphi Farms

· Tumwater, Thurston, Washington
25 acres hosted by Jimbo J.
13 RV/tent sites
Learn more about this land: On site attractions: Forest trail and Meadow walks, bird/nature viewing, 2nd Chance Chicken and Duck rescue. Giant Trees to hug Local Attractions: McLane Creek Nature Trails (Beaver dams) 2 min, Black Lake (year round fishing) 2 min, Capitol Forest (Mt. bike, hike, camping) 5 min, WA State Capitol building 15 min, Evergreen State College 20 min, Factory outlet stores 35 min, Tacoma 45 min, Seattle 75 miles, Portland 120 miles. Here at Delphi Farms we are Earth Steward Conservationist and committed to a sustainable life style that promotes Peace, Love, and Prosperity for all Humanity. Creating a peaceful coexistence in a harmonic community. Rules: You agree to positive non confrontational, non aggressive, non violent communication. Children need to be under adult supervision at all times in the campground, and be in campsites at dusk. Campers are responsible for everyone at their campsite. Guests must leave at dusk. Quiet time is from 10:00 pm to 9:00 am. Radios/music must go off at this time. Please be courteous of neighbors by keeping noise levels down and confined to your site to ensure that everyone has a good camping experience. NO littering, fires or fireworks allowed. October – May out door BBQ or propane fire pit OK if you have ability to extinguish a fire. No smoking outside of your campsite. Glass containers/bottles, cigarettes/joints are not permitted outside of your campsite. You agree to dispose/recycle your own waste. Pack out what you pack in. Leave only footprints, take only pictures. Do not harm the wildlife. Dogs must be leashed (6ft max leash) at all times and cleaned up after immediately and cannot be left unattended in your Campsite. Speed limit throughout the campground is 5mph. Please do not park along any of the roads; they must be kept clear for emergency vehicles. The Camper will use the Campsite in a manner which is safe, orderly, lawful, sanitary, clean and respectful of the rights of other Campers and of the Campground's property. Initiating violence, Drinking and driving, Heroin/Meth possession/use will result in eviction without refund and will be reported to the sheriff. The Campground is not liable for weather conditions, natural events, damages caused by wrongful conduct or carelessness of others, any injury, damage, or loss/theft. You are responsible for taking precautions for your own safety.
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63 ratings · 34 reviews
Lyle E.recommends
April 5, 2024
Oak Grove Meadow Site 1
You get to experience wildlife
It was peaceful. . Jimbo is very nice it wasn't crowded and even at maximum capacity it wouldn't be crowded. It is primitive, and unfortunately there's no campfires in the wooded area, but there's a porta potty, and I believe you can get water and eggs, fresh. , it's perfect for those who want a somewhat wilderness experience,(not to the degree that I do, but there is access to the wilderness not far away. ), yet also want to be close to the city, but not actually in the city. It's like it is mentioned in the advertisement. The camp host stays out of your business (which means you don't have a Park ranger watching your every move. Lol. I spent 16 days.. ), and I haven't been approached once, however that doesn't mean we haven't been in contact.. .. you want your privacy, you got it,, just no crazy stuff, like tearing up the property, but if you need something don't be afraid to ask. They are well accommodating.. (just so you know.. he is a little older than he shows in the picture, so he might be slow answering the phone or door. Jimbo has a heart of gold. . I do recommend highly, but it is not the gorge. Though it currently has an area that is flat that can accommodate a larger group, and I do believe it might be possible to have a fire pit down there.. RV trailer and stuff.. (close to 2 acres, just a field, flat.. , . I wouldn't suggest having crazy wild gatherings though. Talk to Jimbo about possible large group. . He is reasonable.
Ash V.recommends
February 24, 2024
Oak Grove Meadow Site - 4
Oracle Owl Camp
Jimbo’s property is very beautiful, and close to town. A perfect campsite for passing through Olympia. Highly recommend!
Anna L.
November 28, 2023
Site 3 - Parking in the field
The ground was really soft so it was hard to keep traction. I didn't stay there bcuz I wasn't sure if I'd be able to get out if I did. Other than that it seemed like a nice place.
Cora S.recommends
November 15, 2023
Oak Grove Meadow Site - 4
Jimbos place was perfect for my car camping setup and a convenient drive to my office near downtown! He provided written instructions that were so clear that I could find my site in the dark. Will definitely stay here again!
Bruce F.recommends
November 8, 2023
Site 2 - Parking in the field
Great field spot. Private for me, given the season. Perfect location, 15 minutes from Olympia. Thanks!
Eli W.recommends
October 20, 2023
Site 1 - Parking in the field
Safe place to park and sleep. Beautiful trees. The road noise didn't bother us.
Tumwater, Thurston, Washington, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla, Stl’pulmsh (Cowlitz), and dxʷsqʷaliʔabš (Nisqually) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Jimbo J.Joined in November 2021
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