Two beautiful bell-style canvas tents located in a secluded, private, old-growth forest. The site includes two tents, a campfire pit, charcoal BBQ, water, and pit toilet. Great for groups and families. Each tent can accommodate up to 4 people. No beds or bedding provided in tents. Views of the twin sisters, Mount Baker, and beautiful farmland. Spend the day at the river, gra
Two beautiful bell-style canvas tents located in a secluded, private, old-growth forest. The site includes two tents, a campfire pit, charcoal BBQ, water, and pit toilet. Great for groups and families. Each tent can accommodate up to 4 people. No beds or bedding provided in tents. Views of the twin sisters, Mount Baker, and beautiful farmland. Spend the day at the river, grab groceries at the general store, and enjoy a campfire at night.
The rest of the property is a sustainable homestead with a large vegetable garden and dreams of becoming an organic cider orchard and nature retreat center.
Acme General Store is just down the street and has a great selection of food, hardware supplies, and a laundry mat (there are no laundry facilities on site). It also serves as a gas station and propane fill station. The Acme Diner is next door to that (all walkable from the farm).
The town of Acme is situated in an agrarian valley, so during the day you can expect to hear distant sounds of tractors, etc. as well as the occasional logging truck as they pass along the highway. There is a train that passes through the town usually once or twice a day (sometimes in the evening) and one of our neighbors has a rooster that crows in the morning. It's very quiet at night, except for frogs in the springtime and the occasional owl.
- 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 Weeknight discount: 15% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Two Bell Tents in Tranquil Forest in Washington.
Places to see near Samara Farm
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Great tents all set-up!
Great setting, set back from highway.
Highway noise was a bit loud.
Tents were awesome! They had chairs set up around the campfire area. Air mattresses in both tents ready to go - one had a slow leak - easy fix that want to the kids.
Word to the wise even though there is a store close by be prepared to pay triple prices. I have never paid more than $10 for a case of water until now!
Beautiful accessible spot!
Loved this spot, great place to get away to without having to do extensive packing and planning. Tents are clean and spacious, property is lush and tucked away, private and peaceful.
The fire pit was an awesome center piece to gather around and reflect. Lots of space to explore or to relax depending on your intention.
The diner and general store were in walking distance and a great source to rely on for essentials. The people at the diner were so sweet and happy to be there. Lots of homemade goodies to be had at Acme Diner, feels like visiting grandma’s for dinner.
Highly recommend this spot! It’s a treat yourself glamping delight, fit with a bathroom, and running water. Perfect for a romantic overnight, a fun trip with kids (lots of plants and animals to see and a river to float), or if you’re headed off on big adventures in the North Cascades it’s a great place to land on your way out or way home. 10/10! Solid spot.
Lovely magic forest
We had a great stay at this beautiful location near Mt Baker! The campsite is tucked away in a forested area on the property and is super tranquil. The tents were spacious, comfortable, and close to the firepit and outhouse.
We enjoyed walking to the local diner for breakfast and being able use this location as a launch pad for all the amazing hikes and places to visit.
Highly recommended! We will be back in the future!
If you love big tents!
Great spot! The tents are huge! The firepit also huge! We skipped the charcoal grill and cooked our dinner over the firepit. Easy access to services, diner, gas station, etc., if needed. The hosts left us produce, juice and sparkling water. Very nice. We would definitely stay again!
Yes, definitely was 100% worth my time, and energy to make a stop here after a very exhausting summer.
I slept so well, and I felt at-peace on this property.
The fire pit w/grill was used, and enjoyed by my friend and I.
The outhouse is cute, and easy to use.
The directions are clear, but don’t arrive at night like I did!
The tents are clean (leave them that way.
Hosts communicate just fine!
Old growth maple trees invited a beautiful guest—an owl—to look over us.
Thank you for this experience!
We enjoyed our stay at Emily and Miles’ site. They have two classic canvas tents set up that are in good condition and spacious (I am 6’0 and could easily stand tall and walk around inside). We camp frequently and use our own tent, however, this worked well as we were coming in late and had a morning trek at Mt. Baker. The site has a good water spigot, large fire ring and charcoal barbecue. There was plenty of wood, charcoal, and starter fluid for the barbecue. The site is located in a nice shaded area under the trees down a private road off Route 9. It is set back far enough off the road so that the sounds of cars going by are pretty faint. There is a train that passes closely by and that whistle we certainly heard. Emily and Miles were very responsive and kind, making sure we were good and had everything we needed. They also green-lighted us to pick from their garden, which had a wide range of produce, which was awesome.