Hipcamp host Amy P.,
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Our cohousing farm is open to campers. We have many good tent spots in the yard, in the fields, or in the woods. We also have one site for a large Class A with power and water connections. It's a bustling new working farm growing fruits, berries, pasture raised hens, mushrooms, veggies and herbs for our local markets. Our fully fenced private homestead is surrounded by woods

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Our cohousing farm is open to campers. We have many good tent spots in the yard, in the fields, or in the woods. We also have one site for a large Class A with power and water connections. It's a bustling new working farm growing fruits, berries, pasture raised hens, mushrooms, veggies and herbs for our local markets. Our fully fenced private homestead is surrounded by woods and well away from the highway 5 miles outside of Port Townsend on the north east Olympic Peninsula. This listing is for one of the basic tent camping spots. Ask us about our discounts for students, bikers and cyclists.  The RV campspot is listed separately when its available. This is a working farm with a lot of moving parts, critters and kids; dogs bark, roosters crow, kids laugh and yell, farm work is BUSY, some days its just plain frantic. Its a lot of fun and beautiful.  but its not anything close to a quiet life.  There will be noise...  and poop...  

Campsite area
Tent or RV sites
3 sites
Up to 4 guests per site
Short walk
Wheelchair access
RV Information
Travel trailers, Fifth wheels, Toy haulers, Pop-up campers, Campervans, and Cars allowed
Back-in site
Accommodates slideouts
Surface type: loose-gravel
Surface levelness: flat
Ask about max length
No Class A RVs, Class B RVs, or Class C RVs
Hookups: No electricity, water, sewage, or TV connection
Generators not allowed
Essentials
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
No pets
Amenities
Potable water available
Kitchen available
Showers available
Picnic table available
Wifi available
Bins available
Have a question? Send Amy a message!
  • Check in: After 1PM
  • Check out: Before 11AM
  • Cancellation policy: Flexible
  • On arrival: Go straight to camp
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 3 months out
  • Weeknight discount: 5% off

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Activities

Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

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Terrain

Natural features you'll find at Casual campspots at Three Peas Farm in Washington.

Swimming hole

75000 gallon, 14 foot deep pond on the property. Steps cu into the sidewall. Stocked with fish seasonally. Swim at your di...Read more

Farm

5 acre permaculture farm surrounded by forrest. Picks and maps on google by searching "three peas farm".

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Hipcamper Scott
Scott B.
recommends this listing.
(Site 1)
May 21st, 2022

This was a peaceful and wooded farm nestled in the low hills of Port Townsend. The hosts were connective and informative and the farm encompasses a vision for home sharing and sustainable community building. We enjoyed our stay and hope we can order the same batch of beautiful sunny weather next time!

Hipcamper Angela
Angela R.
recommends this listing.
(Site 1)
May 1st, 2022

Eric and Amy were welcoming and hospitable. My campsite was modest, the amenities, rustic and the company warm. All I asked was a parking spot to sleep in my truck. I was invited to join the group for casual dinner and wine. The hosts are connected to land, flora and fauna, and dedicated to community. Their charming duck greeted me in the morning, following me curiously about. My only regret is that I didn't have time to stick around long enough to learn more about the farm.

Hipcamper Brandt
Brandt P.
recommends this listing.
(Site 2)
April 24th, 2022

Great spot with lots of space, thanks!

Hipcamper Kalen

Car camping

Kalen R.
recommends this listing.
(Site 1)
April 12th, 2022

Very inviting and friendly. The firewood they provided was also very convenient and lovely. We had a great time and would recommend to anyone visiting the area.

Hipcamper Katherine

Quack, chortle, woof, & meow

Katherine P.
recommends this listing.
(Site 5)
September 20th, 2021

Folks at Three Peas Farm have been very welcoming, which has been very appreciated. Offering my teardrop trailer and me a couple of options of where to park amidst their active farming set-up, they have been very generous in their set-up support. Grateful to be in an organic farming environment, I enjoyed waking up to the sounds of ducks quacking as they waddled past my window, or a mother hen clucking to her chicks, or the galloping sounds of the Great Pyrenees passing by as they assiduously attended to their job of protecting all of us from often difficult-to-identify marauders... : )

If their hip camp website page hasn't been yet updated, it's good for campers to know that the high speed internet they had is no longer operating, as rural service was so poor. Plan for other options if you need high speed internet.

However, if you need a respit surrounded by tall towering trees filled with majesty, friendly people, and the soothing natural sounds of happy farmyard animals, this may be the place for you!

Hipcamper Rowan

Cozy farmstay

Rowan G.
recommends this listing.
(Site 1)
August 25th, 2021

My friend and I booked separately as I was in a small RV and she was tenting. A new slab had just been built, and it was the perfect size for my little 21' rig to snug in atop a bed of fragrant cedar chips and boughs. There was water available but no electric (yet) for this little RV spot. It was shaded by trees. There was no room for outdoor seating right next to my RV, but there were plenty of spaces to hang out at the farm. My friend and I set up chairs in the woods at her camping spot, which was clean and comfortable with a level bed of soft woodchips at the tent spot.

Throngs of happy poultry followed us, particularly when I had watermelon! There were half-grown chicks, many chickens, a pair of ducks, and a gang of turkeys. One of the livestock guardian dogs is a total marshmallow but the other is not fond of humans and prefers to bark menacingly from a distance. Both dogs respond to "leave it!" The dogs were very loud at night, doing their jobs keeping predators from the farm, it was quite disruptive to my sleep. The farm family is super sweet and friendly, and they clearly have a great relationship with the land and all of their animals. Like any farm, there are multiple projects in progress and upgrades happening all the time. Other Hipcampers there were lovely to talk to. I paid a little extra for a solar shower which has been upgraded recently to a shower shack with recycled wood walls, a rickety wood pallet floor and propane-powered on-demand water heater. The water was hot and refreshing especially on a cool morning after sweating on a hike the previous day. Make sure to wear river shoes with thick soles to protect your feet in the shower, and bring biodegradable shampoo/etc as the shower water drains to the forest.

If you enjoy the farm life and want to try something a little out of the ordinary, stay here. It's a short drive to Chimacum and Port Townsend, close enough to towns but far enough away to see the stars.

Hipcamper Diana

Wonderful hosts, lovely atmosphere!

Diana O.
recommends this listing.
(Site 4)
August 9th, 2021

Where do I start? Our hosts made us feel welcome from the moment we arrived. They were very friendly and accommodating, gave recommendations for local dining and sightseeing. The property was quiet, secluded and secure, no road noise or party crowds, just the local chickens, a couple of farm dogs and a turkey 😊 As an added bonus they let us borrow bicycles to explore the Pacific Trail into town. We will definitely visit again in the future. Thank you!

Hipcamper Daniel
Daniel A.
recommends this listing.
(Site 4)
August 7th, 2021

What a lovely place to set your head, my family and I crashed here for 4 nights. Super cool vibes, chickens, ducks, bunnies and pups. A cool glimpse into a small family run homestead. Great location, 10 min from port Townsend and lots to explore. I’d definitely recommend this space to any and all interested in checking out the area.

Hipcamper germain
Germain L.
recommends this listing.
(Site 3)
August 5th, 2021

Very well welcomed at Amy’s family friendly camp.
We really liked camping here surrounded by chickens, 3 dogs and a duck.
Thank you Amy!

Property
Camping at Three Peas Farm
State
Washington
Country
United States
$20/night
3 Sites