Camp along side a beautiful 100 year plus big leaf maple tree. Enjoy hanging out under this tree around the picnic table. Site has a private large flat mowed grass area and fire pit with wood, to enjoy with your group. Surrounded by rolling pasture, you can watch the cattle graze and young calves play. Near by pond and river on property to enjoy. 45 minutes from the Ocean an
Camp along side a beautiful 100 year plus big leaf maple tree. Enjoy hanging out under this tree around the picnic table. Site has a private large flat mowed grass area and fire pit with wood, to enjoy with your group. Surrounded by rolling pasture, you can watch the cattle graze and young calves play. Near by pond and river on property to enjoy. 45 minutes from the Ocean and Olympic Mts. 10 minutes from great hiking trails.
You must be fully self contained !! No Toilet, No hookups.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Diamond N Ranch , Big Tree campsite in Washington.
Places to see near Diamond N Ranch
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A relaxing base camp for adventures
Our family loved the experience of staying on Steve’s beautiful land. The site was easy to access, and quiet. The occasional bellows and grunts from the small herd of cows added to the ambiance. When you arrive you immediately feel the pace of life slow and your spirit soothed by nature around you.
The charming town nearby has several good places to eat and shop and it was fun to ride our bicycles there on quiet roads.
It’s a short excursion to ocean beaches. There’s a lot more to explore on the area and this is a great jumping off point for that. We’ll be back!
A delightful stay
We tent camped at Diamond N Ranch, Big Tree Campsite for 2 nights over Labor Day weekend. The entire experience was absolutely lovely! Steve was friendly, kind and struck the perfect balance between being available and giving us space. He guided us to our camping site under the beautiful and giant Big Leaf Maple and told us a bit about his ranch. Later we wandered over to the cattle and he spent time with us, answering our many questions about cattle while we fed treats to them. Back at the site, we spent plenty of time relaxing under the giant tree’s umbrella, gazing at the rolling hills and distant trees, and breathing deeply.
Both evenings, a breeze arrived in the late afternoon which was refreshing. The first night it rained, and it was so peaceful listening to the patter of rain on the leaves and drips on the tent while staying snug and dry inside. In the morning we woke to a symphony of bird songs, lots of happy warbling – it was so nice. A sweet smell of dry grass floated in the air, there was an occasional and brief smell of cattle but in a distant way that completed the experience, most of the time it smelled like later summer grass. Our 9-year-old loved feeding treats to the cattle, climbing the tree, and flying our kite. Our dog loved stretching her legs and my husband and I loved the gently rolling hills, sweets breeze, scents, and how peaceful and calm it was. I haven’t been this relaxed in a long time. Book it – you won’t regret it.
What an accommodating host, with a relaxing and fun place to camp. We had the opportunity to rest and relax beneath an amazing God produced tree. Incredible! My girls climbed it, observed the cows from it, and we received shade from the sun, and protection from the drizzle.
The working cattle ranch prodded our inner love for animals as we watched them graze, calves play, and even fed them some treats.
We also enjoyed an afternoon at the river.
Definitely recommend this location!