Pitch a tent, bring your RV or something in between. Hunting fishing hiking relaxing in the trees. You can stay here and explore the Columbia river gorge, Mt Adams or Mt Hood, or head to the Yakima valley. Lots of deer and turkeys and other forest animals. Walli sturgeon and salmon are just some of the fish you can catch in the Columbia river or the Klickitat river. Pick
Pitch a tent, bring your RV or something in between. Hunting fishing hiking relaxing in the trees. You can stay here and explore the Columbia river gorge, Mt Adams or Mt Hood, or head to the Yakima valley. Lots of deer and turkeys and other forest animals. Walli sturgeon and salmon are just some of the fish you can catch in the Columbia river or the Klickitat river. Pick huckleberries on the side of Mt Adams. Listen to the wind blowing in the tree tops as you rest and nap in the sun or shade. Territorial views and just 6 miles to town-close enough for beer and ice cream in the middle of the night( Sentry market open till 10pm). Maryhill museum is about 25 miles away. Biggs junction and I84 are just 20 miles and highway 97 is only 4 miles away, Toppenish wa is only 55 miles up north highway 97. Room for turning around big rv’s. Bring your grill and lawn chairs, mountain bikes or recumbents, Fence panels available for a temp dog kennel-limited availability. , No porta poties on site at this time-we will work something out so you can use our guest bathroom for now.
At this time you will need to bring your own firewood and grills. Hope to have fire wood for purchase next year as well as fire pits/grills on site. Some rolling terrain, lots of flat spots for camp. The road in is a little rough but my Audi TT doesn't have trouble. Lots of privacy because the county road does not run past my place and each camp site is aprox 1.5 acres each so you have room for social distancing and privacy. Located 1/2 mile off of the paved county road. only 3 neighbors within half a mile( the trees are thick enough you probably won't see them ever).
- Check in: After 8AM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Paved roads into Goldendale and skidder roads through the timber land.
Head to Avery Island boat launch and boat down stream to The Dalles Lock & Dam( or go through the locks) and upstream to John D...Read more
Fishing in The Columbia river and the Klickitat river.
Lots of trails in Mt Adams wilderness Goat rocks wilderness and Mt Rainer National Park.110 or more of different length and skill.
On the Columbia river you can wind surf and kite ski. Take a lunch and drive to Rufus Oregon to watch Kite skiers. For wind sur...Read more
Go find Saw Tooth Mountain and climb it.
Head up to Mt Hood to go snow skiing or snow boarding. In the summer you can bike ride down the runs. There is also a tubing pa...Read more
There is a public pool located in Goldendale about 5 miles from camp.
Check out the White Salmon river.
Many birds to watch on and near the camp. You can see deer and turkeys as well.
Natural features you'll find at The Pines at LaVine's in Washington.
My property is covered in trees with small to medium sized clearings ideal for a camp site Oak Pine and Fir cover almost the en...Read more
Hike up to the summit of the simcoe Mountains.Or walk along Lower road and watch for deer and turkeys as well as other animals.
Places to see near David's dream
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
The pines were divine!
We had such a quiet and serene time camping at David’s property. The property is under development and great as is but there is so much potential, I know David will have no issues being booked! The surrounding forest was lovely, and we had deer walking through the campsite we chose in the morning. David was very quick with communication and even met us to guide us onto to his property. It was a quick overnight stay for us as we were passing through, but we did manage to stop at the Stonehenge Memorial which was about 20 mins away. Definitely bring bug spray!
A new favorite
We discovered Hipcamp when trying to find camping over Memorial Day weekend last minute. The host was very nice and had great communication leading up to our reservation. He gave detailed instructions and even had a nice welcome sign with my name. It was a pick your own site type of situation which I had never done before, but he suggested an area that we set up our tent and had a great time. It was very private. We will def be staying there again this summer!
Nice private campsite with plenty of space. Currently being improved (I think we were the first guests) but it’s nice as is. Friendly hosts and dogs and room for a leisurely stroll in the woods.