THIS IS A PRIMITIVE WALK-IN SITE. Our "Loowit" campsite (named after a native name for Mount St. Helens) is tucked into a grassy hillside, hidden from the main house, with views of surrounding hills. Off-road vehicles can park next to the site. For other vehicles, this site is a five-minute hike from parking. The site has a pit toilet dug nearby the site, protected by bushes
THIS IS A PRIMITIVE WALK-IN SITE. Our "Loowit" campsite (named after a native name for Mount St. Helens) is tucked into a grassy hillside, hidden from the main house, with views of surrounding hills. Off-road vehicles can park next to the site. For other vehicles, this site is a five-minute hike from parking. The site has a pit toilet dug nearby the site, protected by bushes. Walking distance from an entrance to Pipestone Canyon, our property is conveniently located for outdoor recreation, especially hiking and gravel/mountain biking. Wildlife like deer and bald eagles are abundant in the area. In the spring the hills can be covered with wild flowers. The location is a 15-minute drive to the charming town of Twisp and 15-minutes from the tiny western town of Winthrop. Both towns have grocery stores and eateries.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at "Loowit" Tent Site - Hillside Views in Washington.
Places to see near Kellie M.’s Land
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It’s nice they have a big property so you don’t feel bothered. The site is difficult to get to without a high clearance vehicle. There’s tall grass and it’s private. Not a wooded area. The hosts were nice and not a bother. Would come back.
My husband and I just got back from camping on Kellie’s land. we loved it! Exactly as described. We used our Outback to drive to site and drop off our gear, then backpacked our way out a few days later.
Nothing but the sound of wind, a few birds, and maybe a cow in the distance, Loowit is situated essentially in a bed of of Eastern Wah lavender and sage. Climb a small hill in the morning to take your camp-brewed coffee, and relish that pot of chili you make in the evening as you look forward to the clear night sky and stars.
Christian and Kellie provide an excellent camp that is far enough up unpaved roads to get you away from everything without you needing to go a full day on a Forest Service road.
Bonus points if you bring a 4x, Loowit is attainable if you have skill and confidence, otherwise a short hike to the best rest.
Leave the rain fly at home and let the night breeze blow through the tent ....