Deep in the valley between Tahoma (Mt. Rainier), Pahto (Mt. Adams) and Lawetlat'la (Mt. St. Helens), Ten of Cups Farm sits on stolen Cowlitz land. We are nestled between the icy flows of the Cowlitz River and the gentle giants of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. The babbling of the creek and calls of the goats will welcome you as you arrive on these 29 acres of beloved land tended as a home, farm and refuge of spirit.
While you are our guests, you will live in a spacious, all season canvas tent outfitted with a queen sized bed. In the cold season, your tent will be warmed by a small wood stove. You can enjoy a slow morning, making your coffee and breakfast in our fully equipped outdoor kitchen, relax in a hammock under the orchard trees, and jump in a hot shower alongside the creek before heading out on your adventures.
We at Ten of Cups Farm look forward to welcoming you! Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your journey.
**20% of income from all listings at Ten of Cups Farm will be returned directly to Cowlitz peoples**
Washington, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Sayer R.Joined in September 2018
4 ratings · 4 reviews
October 31, 2022
Secluded Tent Site
Sayer was extremely accommodating! There were fires in the area and we had to reschedule our trip. Kind and helpful host. Thank you.
October 16, 2022
Peaceful Yurt Stay
I could not have loved this place more! What an amazing experience to have stayed on this peaceful and beautiful piece of land. You can tell it’s a labor of love. Gabe greeted us upon arrival (thank you since it was dark!) and loved hearing the history of the place from Mark, so thank you for the chat! I loved staring up the the Milky Way. I would 100% stay here again.
October 15, 2022
Secluded Tent Site
Sayer is very nice great hidden place like I said Treehouse thanks again
September 25, 2022
Peaceful + Welcoming Stay
My partner and I had a wonderful stay in the Earth tent at Ten of Cups Farm. We hiked Mount Margret during the day and made the short 1 hour drive to the farm afterwards. Sayer was a generous host- giving a lovely tour when we arrived and being available for any needs throughout our stay via text. The outdoor shower was dreamy and easy to operate. The outdoor kitchen was properly stocked and equally as dreamy. As soon as dusk rolled around the string lights added such a cozy vibe to the entire space. The couch and citronella candles were great additions. Composting shitter = amazing 🙌🏼 The tent had plenty of blankets and lighting and the bed was super comfy. We didn’t explore the outskirts of the property much but next time we will be making our way through the trails and down through the garden. The goats were friendly and loved some morning pets over the fence. It was such a treat getting “Hello’s” from everyone at the main house (including pups) as they made their way out and about to start their day on the farm. Overall a truly enjoyable, welcoming, and peaceful stay. We will absolutely be back!