The best camping near Hanford Reach National Monument

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Willow Barn Ranch

12 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents25 acres · Wapato, WA
This small 25-acre ranch is just in the early stages of development. We are repairing fences and watering. I just added solar power and several electrical upgrades for RV's. The property has a 2000 feet of grass runway with an airplane hangar, so you could fly it if you have a STOHL airplane. The irrigation pond/pond yard area is currently available for camping. Many wineries, brewies and outdoor activities available in the area. Children can help feed or water the pigs and perhaps the chickens. Be aware though when piglets are around at times they are very small and are amazing escaped artists so do not keep food out unless you want to try and pet one they are friendly. We are more than happy to help suggest wineries and brewies in the area or enjoy the bar area we have! We offer several campsites as well as an in-ground greenhouse as listings. Guests love staying with us: "The pond at Willow Barn Ranch was picturesque. Show us around the property. It's very quiet and peaceful, and you can tell you take good care of your land. Wide open spaces." Please be aware that we do not allow parking on grass without explicit permission which is always handled on site. Vehicles will most likely not be permitted on the grass itself with rare exceptions.
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Whimsy Rock Homestead

3 sites · RVs, Tents6 acres · Moses Lake North, WA
Learn more about this land: Horses Welcome with no extra charge (bring your own corral). Plenty of space to ride. Come and enjoy the big sky and open spaces on our Central Washington homestead. From your campsite, you will be able to sit and enjoy the breathtaking sunsets and view of the Cascade Mountains to the West. At night you will only need to look up into the sky to clearly spot millions of stars. You will also be given farm fresh eggs to enjoy with a meal. On our homestead, you will see chickens and goats. If in season, you can explore the garden. Enjoy the walking trail right on our property or ride your bikes. Kids will have plenty of room to run, play, and picnic. Children are also welcome to set up their own tent for a night of parent-free fun. Make sure to check out all the extras we offer by clicking on a campsite for those details. From feeding and cuddling goats to star gazing with cocoa. There is plenty of space if you bring your equestrian friends with you. Just bring your portable corral with you. :) With a short drive, you will find seasonal hunting, fishing, biking, hiking (Beezley Hill) , lakes, golf, mini golf, water park, bowling, and a good selection of restaurants. There are also two Walmarts nearby for any of your needs. A little farther and you will find natural pools at Potholes State Park, Soap Lake, Coulee Dam, and Lake Lenore Caves. Interesting fact: Our homestead is located on the McConihe Flats. 1200 years ago the Sinkiuse Indians would meet on the McConihe Flats and trade. They would also collect things along the shore of the lake such, as duck eggs and reeds, which are still around today. We are conveniently located between Moses Lake and Ephrata Washington. Only 12 minutes from either town where you can find Walmart, other stores, and resturants for all your needs.
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Pirate River

3 sites · Tents1 acre · Richland, WA
Grassy area with trees on the bank of the Yakima River. Quiet and peaceful. Small campfires are allowed all year in designated spots. There are mosquitos so be prepared for that! During the summer months, the Yakima River is perfect for kayaking, paddleboarding, canoeing, float tubes, or just swimming. Catfish and bass are the main fish here and fishing is good most of the time.
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Country Home Lane

2 sites · RVs2 acres · Yakima, WA
Learn more about this land:Quiet neighborhood, nestled in Yakima Valley with Adams and Rainer Views, framed by the Yakima foothills! Yakima river trails and vistas, minutes to wine tours and micro-brewery tasting locally grown fermented produce! Fine dining close by, less than 150 to Seattle, two hours to Rainer National park!
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Ricks Exercise Farm

1 site · RV, Tent80 acres · Sunnyside, WA
Our farm is located in the center of the Yakima Valley in Southeastern Washington State. The Valley is known as the fruit bowl of the nation. The site is located on a farm that has been in production on the Roza slope 4 miles north of Sunnyside since 1945. Surrounded by fields of peppermint, Concord grapes, and a variety of crops within walking distance it is a fertile paradise. The Yakima Valley has thousands of acres of wine grapes, hops, apples, cherries, pears, peaches, and vegetables. Wineries are located up and down the Valley and people drive 100s of miles to do wine tours. Several microbreweries are also accessible and within 50 miles to the west you’ll be in premier hiking in the Cascade Mountains.
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HDH Orchards

20 sites · RVs, Tents130 acres · Buena, WA
Beautiful apple/ cherry orchard with BLM land on 2 sides. Lots of wildlife, ORV trails and more. Enjoy the peace and quiet and all that Yakima Valley has to offer. Closes by is the Beautiful city of Zilla Washington, where you can enjoy great meals at local restaurants and shopping. Come stay and play any day of the week.
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The Oasis Farm

8 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · Soap Lake, WA
The Oasis Farm is located 22 minutes south of Soap Lake, a meromictic lake, historically known for its unique healing waters. A growing farm and expanding food forest in the middle of the grassland, The Oasis Farm is definitely a place to visit. Come to observe a working, completely off-grid farm during the day. Hang around for a beautiful sunset and usually a chorus of crickets in the evening. Stay the night in one of the 12 camp sites or 1 RV site and witness an amazing open sky, full of stars. Awake in the morning to see an equally beautiful sunrise and you'll probably hear the birds crafting their songs. There are multiple lakes close by where you can rent boats or take a swim. Wine tasting .. shopping .. fishing .. and more, The Oasis Farm is located 33 minutes north of Moses Lake and I-90. Come enjoy a bit of The Oasis Farm! Learn more about this land: The Oasis is a peaceful 22 minute drive from Soap Lake, a meromictic lake, historically known for its unique healing waters. We're creating a food forest in the middle of the grassland and the wildlife love it! We're also completely off-grid. Hang around for a beautiful sunset and usually a chorus of crickets in the evening. Stay the night in one of the available sites and witness an amazing open sky, full of stars. Awake in the morning to see an equally beautiful sunrise and you'll probably hear the birds crafting their songs. There are multiple lakes close by great for a swim. Wine tasting .. shopping .. fishing .. and more, 33 minutes north of I-5. Come hang out with us. Our next big project: hobbit holes for overnight guests!
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Cloudview Farm

2 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Ephrata, WA
We are a small non-profit farm offering fresh produce and nature based experiences. We are open to the public Spring-Fall for Farm Explorations. Visitors have a chance to shop our Farm Store, visit with the animals, do Goat Yoga, explore the farm and gardens with a self guided walking tour and scavenger hunt, and attend our seasonal events and workshops. Shop for fresh produce, locally harvested honey, locally made fresh salsa, local artisan gifts, book private farm tour experiences such as hayrides, animal interactions, Goat Yoga, garden tours, etc. (must be scheduled in advance to visit), or simply get a Day Pass and wander the farm at your leisure. We have some free ranging chickens, ducks, and cats, so for the safety of our farm animals and pets, any visiting pets must remain in the parking area and may not free roam. We are in the middle of the Coulee Corridor with desert hiking, the Columbia River, and several lakes nearby. We are 5 miles from Soap Lake, where you can enjoy the healing waters and dine at Cloudview Kitchen. There are also amazing small shops and restaurants to enjoy in Ephrata just a couple miles away.
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Gateway RV Spot

1 site · RV1 acre · Moses Lake, WA
Learn more about this land:Tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac but close to the action, our RV Site is conveniently located halfway between the Moses Lake Mud Flats and Sand Dunes (approx. 3 miles) and the Moses Lake Surf 'N Slide water park (approx. 3 miles). 7 minutes to the I-90 exit. Less than 2 miles from Moses Lake public boat launch. Water and 30 amp outlet. Plenty of street parking for boat, ATV, or other toys.
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Camp Cowiche - Orchard Getaway

3 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Cowiche, WA
Explore the abundance of offerings at our site! In addition to our tents and vintage Aristocrat camper, we host events, providing you with indoor and outdoor spaces to suit your preferences. Dine on the patio, engage in card games within your designated space, relax in the hammock, or swing to your heart's content while enjoying views of the Eastern slopes of the Cascades. Each space comes equipped with a firepit stocked with plenty of wood. Additionally, a flat-top grill and BBQ are available for your culinary adventures. The farmhouse provides convenient access to restrooms and showers. At our site, we tailor every experience to be unique and centered around our guests. Situated close to hiking, fishing, wineries, breweries, restaurants, and nightlife, there's something for everyone. Guests will enjoy full access to all outdoor spaces, including leisurely walks among the orchards for a truly immersive experience.
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Cascade Marina and Resort

21 sites · RVs1 acre · Moses Lake, WA
Cascade Marina and Resort Welcome! Plan your next vacation at Cascade Marina and Resort we are happy to invite you to our historic lakefront property at the water’s edge. With 5 partial hook-up campsites (water, 20/30/50 amp), boat storage, moorage, boat launch, on-the-water gas, and boat rentals, we have everything you need for your next adventure. Bring your boat or rent one of ours. Have a large group? Rent the entire facility for your own private vacation spot on the water. For boat rentals, please visit our full site at cascademarinaresort.com
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Camp Odie

1 site · RV1 acre · Naches, WA
Come enjoy the newest Naches RV Resort Community, located just 15 miles outside of Yakima, Washington. This beautiful RV spot includes a 360’ view of the gorgeous “Hills of Gold”. This magical spot also offers ample opportunity for sunrise or sunset chasing, outside dining, story time around a fire pit, bike riding, hiking (for all levels), a dog park for your furry family member and so much more. During the winter months you can take a short drive to White Pass (45 min) to access areas for cross country & downhill skiing, snowboarding, sledding & snowshoeing. In the Spring and Summer months you can find white water rafting, slow river tubing, water skiing, paddle boarding, fishing, hunting and local valley wine tasting and breweries. The Naches RV Resort is in the process of building first class amenities which include a clubhouse with pool/hot tub & large patio area, fitness center, showers, laundry, sports courts and a playground area. Completion date is scheduled for 2024. Site #6 is a back-in, full-service site with water, sewer, 30/50AMP service, outdoor kitchen area, propane fire pit (please bring your own propane tank), a dedicated lawn space for your furry family member & yard games. In accordance with the Naches RV resort rules and regulations your RV must be 24’ or larger and be newer then 15 years old. Only 5th wheels, travel trailers, Class A & C motorhomes will be accepted. A photograph of your vehicle will be required before finalizing your reservation. Housekeeping- In order to keep this a pet friendly spot please always keep your pups on a leash and pick up any waste and dispose of it properly. Please Call the resort at 509-494-9228 to book and check availability or through this link. https://www.campspot.com/naches-rv-resort-naches-wa/site/29565?location=Selah,%20Washington&latitude=46.742922&longitude=-120.66249&adults=2&children=0&pets=0&campsite=420251
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The best camping near Hanford Reach National Monument guide

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About

Camping near Saddle Mountain National Wildlife Refuge invites an escape into the tranquil beauty of Washington's untouched nature. This haven for wildlife offers stunning opportunities for photography and birdwatching, with majestic herons and eagles soaring overhead. The inviting Columbia River is perfect for kayaking or fishing, adding a touch of adventure to your camping experience. Surrounded by excitement, you'll find the magnificent Mount Adams and the scenic Yakima Valley, both waiting to be explored. The landscape near Saddle Mountain, abundant with grasslands and rugged cliffs, exudes an ethereal charm that can't be missed. Embrace the thrill of nature on your next Saddle Mountain National Wildlife Refuge camping adventure.

When to go

The ideal time to visit Hanford Reach National Monument is from late spring to early fall, when the weather is warm and the natural flora is in full bloom. Winter months can be harsh, with cold temperatures and limited access due to potential snowfall.

Know before you go

  • Check the weather forecast before your visit, as conditions can change rapidly and influence your experience.
  • Be aware of any seasonal closures or restricted areas within the monument for conservation efforts.
  • Wear appropriate clothing and sturdy footwear for rugged terrain and variable weather.
  • Cell service may be unreliable, so plan accordingly and inform someone of your itinerary.
  • Remember to carry enough water and supplies, as facilities are limited within the monument.

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