This site is only for folks who are traveling by bike. Set up your tent under the walnut tree or the big cedars. You will find a table for food preparation and have access to water and a portable toilet or sawdust toilet. We will get you orientated if you would like to visit the animals or walk on the farm trails. A dip in the creek is a great way to rinse off the road dust.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 9 months out
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Poor Farm Tour
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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We often see raptors riding the air currents and coyotes crossing the far field at dusk.
Natural features you'll find at Bike in tent site in Washington.
River, stream, or creek
Gosnell Creek winds through the middle of the property.
A dip in the creek is refreshing on a cold day.
Sheep, donkeys, ducks, chickens all live on our farm.
Our driveway is straight off the end of Loertscher road. We will direct you to a place to unload and park when you arrive.
Places to see near Old Poor Farm
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Old poor farm is a rich experience
Wonderful farm and Katrinka was a great hostess. A dip in the creek was very refreshing after our hot bicycle ride. After walking the farm trails and seeing the large blueberry patch we decided to pick blue berries. What a treat to have them for the rest of our bike trip. We decided to have a campfire after all. She supplied everything we would need, paper, matches, dry kindling and dry firewood. We appreciated the benches by the fire pit and the near by table. It was fun to see the animals. A couple of donkeys guard the sheep. There was a hammock but we decided to use the tent site.