Across from International Mountain Guide grounds; river is a short walk from EHaven spot, 5 miles from entrance to Mt. Rainer. There's hiking, jogging, fishing, camping, nature watching. Close to restaurants, convenient stores, post office, coffee hut, and local craft shops.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Echo Haven in Washington.
Places to see near Jona F.’s Land
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Stayed here for a quick night while visiting the park for a couple days. I didn’t take advantage of many of the amenities besides the fire pit but for tent camping, it had everything I needed. About 5 minutes from the southwest park entrance, not too much car traffic and far enough from the main road to not have any back ground noise.
Awesome rainier getaway spot!
This property is perfect! We had a pop up camper but could comfortably rent camp too. Jona ha thought Of everything. Nice level gravel for RV, camper/trailer. Beautiful grassy spots for tents or hanging out. Fire pit w/ benches and chairs. Hook ups easy and convenient. Hoses/cords plenty long. Didn’t use shower but looked easy. Location easy to get to Longmire and Paradise … so many awesome hikes. Restaurants close by and some fun art galleries. Walked to the river via trail twice. We will be back and highly recommend for any form of camping.
Jona was very mindful and there to assist if I needed anything, just great to meet her. Echo Haven is nestled in a quiet spot, no other rver's
... you've got the site to yourself and it's only 5 miles from the entrance to Mt Rainier! The lot is big, level, surrounded by nature and the hook ups were a treat in a spot like this. It was a special experience. I'd definitely return to this place again.
Perfect basecamp for the weekend exploring Mount Rainier. We consider ourselves lucky thst we found this spot, booking it only the night before. We were in communication with Jona and knew that they were just a phone call away! Plenty of room for the dog tonrun and chase his ball and a very quiet little neighborhood.
We even took the walk to thenriver and were blessed with a view of Rainier in the distant! Would definitely stay again
Lots to love! a few things to know
We really loved our stay at Echo Haven. We brought an RV for one family and a tent for the other family. The site itself is large, partially wooded, and fairly private. The proximity to Mt Rainier is awesome, as well as the cute little town of Ashford. Cell service (Verizon) was great at the campsite. Jona gave us directions for how to walk 1/2 mile from the site down to the Nisqually River, which was a beautiful little hike, and then a STUNNING spot by the rushing river and views of the surrounding mountains.
A couple things you might want to know before your visit:
1. It’s almost completely private, but there is one neighbor right next to the grounds. We parked our RV in such a way as to give ourselves a bit more privacy.
2. Its a 50 amp hookup, but there was also an adapter for 30 amp there.
3. It has water, electric, and sewer for RVs, but they are strangely spaced really far apart, like the electric was about 40 feet from the water and sewer. We had to park in just the right spot to have everything hook up. Or it could have worked if we had longer electric/hose/sewer hose or extensions.
4. There is an outdoor shower, but it is, like, REALLY rustic…just a propane heated water source with a couple flimsy shower curtains hung up. Definitely not private if you are more of a shy or modest person. The toilet was also super rustic and not completely private. Just a little freestanding little toilet thing that you have to dump after you use it. We just had our tent camping friends use our RV toilet and shower.
5. There are a couple stinging nettle plants on the property, which we figured out after Jona told us about them. Hurts a bit when you touch them, and we had to be sure to keep our kids away from them.
I could see how this site could work solely for tent camping, but it’s really more set up as an RV spot, I think.
Echo Haven is an absolute gem. Plenty of privacy, minutes from the Mt. Rainier entrance, full hookup (!!!), and friendly (yet private) neighbors.
Be aware that cell service (with Verizon and AT&T) is not the same as the city. You’re in a small town and the service reflects that.