We are a collective permaculture forestry farm. We have one main area near my house with power, water, shower, and amenities. Camping may be done in many places like in the meadow, the our second growth forest site, our tipi, or on the cedar platform with a water view. Our land is stunning and has 2 streams. A 2 minute walk brings you to the local pub and market, trails, the
We are a collective permaculture forestry farm. We have one main area near my house with power, water, shower, and amenities. Camping may be done in many places like in the meadow, the our second growth forest site, our tipi, or on the cedar platform with a water view. Our land is stunning and has 2 streams. A 2 minute walk brings you to the local pub and market, trails, the bay, or salmon creek.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
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Steve and his community property were lovely. It was an easy stop (I arrived late in the dark) for me to park my van with a nice hot shower surrounded in green foliage with a really friendly and neat to talk to host. They’ve done a great job with plantings too which Steve will tell you about if that’s your thing (obviously mine). After a chat by the fire he gave me some great personalized recommendations for places to visit in the area, which I checked out and really enjoyed. I was just there for a stop through evening, but would’ve enjoyed more time there. I definitely recommend a stay here when you’re in the area!
I enjoyed the selection of locations to camp. Host Steve was welcoming, and communicative (via phone text msg). If Steve had not been available to greet me upon arrival, I could have used a few more posted signs about where to park, and where the property boundary is. I slept in my vehicle; the traffic noise from Hwy 101 was not disturbing to me.
Discovery culture was a great spot to spend a couple of nights on our journey exploring the Olympic Peninsula. We enjoyed riding our bikes on the Discovery Trail and kayaking in Discovery Bay. We camped on the cedar platform that has a fire pit and a very nice view of the water. It was a great spot to have a nice glass of wine in the evening and relax. After sunset we enjoyed stargazing while staying warm and cozy on the tent platform. We found the glass house to be unique and special place to take a hot shower with scented geraniums in full bloom! Steve (host) was very warm and welcoming. We will definitely re-book here next time we are out visiting the peninsula.
Great stay! exactly as i expected.
I read the host's description and all of the reviews. It was exactly what I envisioned. My son and I had a great stay!! The shower was hot, the composting toilet had been emptied before our weekend stay. The host was very pleasant.
This place is not glamping, so if you like cushy amenities you might want to try an airbnb. :)
Small rustic site, good access
A bit difficult to find the forest campsite. Some signage would make it easier. The site itself is nice, but very tight. The usable flat ground for a tent is big enough for maybe 8x8 at most, but we were able to squeeze a 10x10 tent mostly level.
Very friendly people living on the property, and quick access back to 101. We didn't get a chance to explore much or get the tour, but we would like to see more.
Overall, the place was fine but a little awkward. The host was around but not overly communicative.
FYI "boneyard" refers to a shop/workspace/wood storage area.
The composting toilet was a little hard to find - it looks like a 70s ottoman so wasn't obvious. (BTW it was full while we were there, so bring a shovel and your own TP as well.)
The shower was nice and had hot water - but also bring something to hang over the curtain bar (the curtain only goes part way around and the shower is in a glass house exposed to the common area).
Our site was in the woods, a short walk from the shed/shop area and private once you're up there. The spot was big enough for a 3-person tent but likely wouldn't fit much larger than that.
We took a nice hike not far down the road, and this place was conveniently located near Port Townsend. Overall, an alright place to stay.