Pitch your tent or park your camper just feet from the pond-side, beside a large cedar sits a picnic table with umbrella, as well as an in ground fire-pit with flip grate are there for your use as well as 2-Tiki torches that you can fill with repellant tiki oil. Feel free to man any of the water-crafts that are not in use, we have kayaks, canoes, and a multi-person paddleboa
Pitch your tent or park your camper just feet from the pond-side, beside a large cedar sits a picnic table with umbrella, as well as an in ground fire-pit with flip grate are there for your use as well as 2-Tiki torches that you can fill with repellant tiki oil. Feel free to man any of the water-crafts that are not in use, we have kayaks, canoes, and a multi-person paddleboat. This campsite has partial shade from the large cedar tree, pond in front, and another camp a good distance away making it semi-private (privacy hedge growing in process), BYO water as there is non on site, porta-potty on site. If you need anything or have any questions always feel free to contact the host via hip-camp message. We hope to see you soon!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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A beautiful private space with a pond. Lots of things to play with, from a swing to some little boats and kayaks. Would definitely come again. Larry was very welcoming and stopped by to check in and make sure we were all ok for the weekend. Great host!
Your private heaven
This was a terrific place. Larry, the host, was super helpful and nice but gave us our privacy. Such a serene place: trout, bullfrogs, blackberries to pick, and a clean out house (!) BYO water, which was no big deal. And no mosquitoes! Thanks, bats. Close enough to civilization if you forget anything. We want to come back! So much hiking, sightseeing, water activities nearby. Only ~10 minutes from the famous Bread Farm for delicious breakfast treats (and bread). We are grateful that Larry has opened up his little piece of heaven to us city folks. PS nice bathrooms at nearby mini-mart and also the casino, if porta-potty not your style.
Larry's land is the perfect PNW getaway spot, big enough for a group but still quaint enough for a quiet intimate getaway. The pond and available paddle boat, kayaks and canoes for our use was an awesome bonus, we really didnt have to leave the site at all. Larry was so accomodating to our needs for parking, firewood, (5) dogs, and a bathroom onsite. We could not have asked for a more perfect weekend, and I wont hesitate to recommend Larry's campspot to anyone I know!
Fox camp with kiddos
We greatly enjoyed our time at Fox Camp. It's a tranquil and clean campsite (just as pictured on the Fox Camp Hip Camp page). Our daughters (2 and 6) enjoyed catching small frogs and going out in the paddleboat. There are some larger frogs that are a little noisy at night, but they didn't bother us. There's little ambient light, so this would be a good spot for star gazing if the weather is clear.
There's a rope swing that our girls enjoyed, and Larry mentioned that he plans to put in a Zip Line in the near future. The picnic tables and fire pits are well maintained (and there are umbrellas over the tables, making for some nice shade or shelter from the rain if need be). In addition to the small frogs (which are fun to catch), we also saw some robins, small fish, robins, and a few hawks.
Donovan Park is only a few minutes away and a great place for kids to hang out and splash in a slow-moving, relatively shallow river.
We're pretty self-contained, so our only trips were to the park and to a Shell station about ten minutes away for cold drinks, but I would assume there is a supermarket within fifteen or twenty minutes.
We drove up I5 from Bothell and came back down Highway 9. Highway 9 is definitely more scenic and was actually much quicker.
Larry was a great host and accessible throughout our stay. We'll definitely be back.
We had a great time staying at Fox Camp. Larry is a very generous host and ensures you have everything you need. The location is beautiful and fairly private. Having the pond right in front of your camp site is fantastic, but definitely be sure to bring some bug spray with you. Overall a great experience and we hope to come back.