The Camp Site is part of a beautiful lavender farm. Adjacent to it a 100 mile long bi-cycle Discovery trail and a Victorian beautiful short term rental.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Blue Heron Nest in Lavender Farm in Washington.
Places to see near Lavender Farm near the Sea
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Camping on Krishnaveni’s lavender farm was awesome. The sites were set back from the main house. The lavender was in full bloom when we stayed. There was ice cream available on site to purchase.
The good parts of this camp spot is that it is near Sequim, is right next to a beautiful lavender field and you can hop on the Olympic discovery trail right away. Fortunately, we were the only people camping there that night, otherwise it would feel very tight for 5 different parties to camp there. Also, the host did not do a good job at giving directions to get to the camp spot and we eventually had to call them after getting lost.
There are some good things going for it but I don’t think it was worth $75 with a $13 service fee. We’ve been to a lot of hip camps recently, so I feel like I have a good sense of pricing, but if you’re in a pinch it is not bad.
Loved that lavender!
My friends and I had a lovely stay at the lavender farm. The grill was handy and worked great, we got to watch some owls doing their owl things around the campsite throughout the day, and the lavender itself was wonderful! The only thing to note is that all of the campsites are really, really close to each other, which surprised my group and the other campers we spoke with as well. None of us were expecting the sites to be so close to one another because the photos we saw beforehand didn't indicate this, and honestly they were so close to one another – closer than a standard park campground for sure – that we had to laugh. Luckily, the other campers were very friendly and we enjoyed meeting them! But if you're looking for privacy, this probably isn't the place for you. (If you're camping with a large group and wanted to book ALL the spots, however, you'd love it!)
We had an absolutely wonderful time staying at the lavender farm! The camp spots are nestled in the trees with view of the lavender nearby. Clean porta potty (it actually smelled GOOD! ), great tasting well water, and a communal fire pit with plenty of seating. Hosts were very kind and accommodating. A memorable way to spend lavender weekend in Sequim!
We so enjoyed our stay at the Lavender Farm! The lavender field is a beautiful and fragrant backdrop to earthy (basic) campsites. The kids loved exploring the flora and fauna - and sneaking cherries off the tree :). I loved how convenient the farm is to the Olympic Discovery Trail.