BYO tent and camp on the edge of our pasture, next to the shade of alder, cherry, and walnut trees. A 3 minute walk from parking, and you're in the middle of an area frequented by deer, elk, eagles, and more, with a clear sky for stargazing. Say hello to our chickens and turkeys along the way. Next to Taylor Mountain and Tiger Mountain, with miles of hiking and horse trails,
BYO tent and camp on the edge of our pasture, next to the shade of alder, cherry, and walnut trees. A 3 minute walk from parking, and you're in the middle of an area frequented by deer, elk, eagles, and more, with a clear sky for stargazing. Say hello to our chickens and turkeys along the way. Next to Taylor Mountain and Tiger Mountain, with miles of hiking and horse trails, hang gliding, rafting in the Cedar River. Close to tourist views of Snoqualmie Falls, and hiking at Mt. Si and Rattlesnake Ledge further up the road. We are building our homestead and arts retreat! 40 min's to SeaTac and Seattle. Far enough away to be quiet and peaceful. Expandable for larger parties on approval.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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Fresh eggs from our chickens. Turkey eggs also available.
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Camping at Hay Barn Creek, Hobart in Washington.
River, stream, or creek
The deer and elk come for the trickle of water at the edge of the hill.
Close to corner market and gas.
Places to see near Hay Barn Creek, Hobart
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We needed a very last minute place to throw a tent down and sleep on a road trip with my 1 year old and I’m so thankful for the quick communication and willingness to work with us. We had a peaceful, safe night under the stars. Greg made us feel welcome to enjoy blueberries and blackberries around the property and the chickens were very exciting for my daughter. I wouldn’t seek this out as a property to camp at under normal circumstances, but it worked wonderfully for our needs!
My two-night stay was very peaceful, camping in the big treed field. It was quiet, and the other guests were over a hill at the back of the property and I could neither see nor hear them. The only (minor) drawback was the toilet issue. Perhaps the host could leave a bucket of sawdust for "flushing", and maybe a front tarp for a little more privacy. Other than that, it was a great weekend spot.
We loved the wooded area to go and be in. The campsites each have a fire pit and are not as wooded, but there are a couple of big trees around the campsites. The toilet is a bucket with a seat on it, which was fine for us. Very relaxing and the land feels so good!
Its ok, but no for everyone.:(
The site was ok. Due to circumstances the site was a bit overgrown and needed some maintenance. The fire pit needed weed removal etc... A bit disappointed we couldn't have a fire due to the fire pit having tall weeds. My son was a very bummed out. The farm animals were beautiful and friendly but the rooster love saying good morning to us in the early morning. Traffic could be heard while camping through out the night. It served its purpose and many may be fine with the site, but we will not be camping there again. Disappointed!
Greg, amazing. Chickens and turkeys, fantastic. Neighbors miniature cows, show stopping. Fire pit, well established. Water, clean n fresh. Toilet, open concept. Neighbors, eh (a bit loud). Blackberries, prickly but worth it. Privacy, not great but as expected. Hobart, lovely. Would go back for Greg.
The property was really nice. We had 3 tents and our camp kitchen under a large grove of trees because of rain. Thanks to our hosts for letting me eat blueberries and blackberries! The toilet could use a version 2.0.
Greg and Lori were both so kind and we felt very welcome to be on the farm! We set up our tent over a little hill in the shade and we were very comfortable. I would stay again and I would recommend!