*COVID-19 UPDATE* - in this strange time we are prioritizing safety by reducing our available sites to the one further away from the house. We will be hosting only one group at a time and allowing enough time in between each visit to allow for proper cleaning and for any viral load potentially present to die down so you can feel confident of your safety during your stay.
*COVID-19 UPDATE* - in this strange time we are prioritizing safety by reducing our available sites to the one further away from the house. We will be hosting only one group at a time and allowing enough time in between each visit to allow for proper cleaning and for any viral load potentially present to die down so you can feel confident of your safety during your stay. We are trying to set up any accommodations or requests (like firewood or BBQ utensils) ahead of arrival to reduce contact. Our bathroom is still well stocked with toilet paper and hand sanitizer, as well as a foot pump hand sink and soap. Come and unwind with us.
50% DISCOUNT ON THE WEEKNIGHTS....Skip the crowded campgrounds and stay with us instead! We are a family of 3 (Ben, Lauren, and Odie) working on building a permaculture farm. We have nice sunsets above the treeline and on clear nights, the stargazing is "out of this world" (get it?) We now have a composting toilet and fire pit up and running for your "business" and pleasure (see what I did there?)
There is a discreet, steep and narrow footpath down to the shallow river with small waterfall where you can splash around, try to catch a fish and view wildlife. We have signs to direct you to the path down.
Our 20 acres is located outside the city limits of Hoquiam, WA (about 8 curvy but accessible mountain miles/20 minutes from town.) We are about 30 minutes from the ocean beaches (Ocean Shores to the North and Westport to the South to name a couple.) 30 minutes to the Olympic National Forest.
There is no cell service here on the farm. (Maybe a whiff of Verizon if the wind is blowing just right and Mercury is in retrograde.) We do offer Free Wifi up by campsite 1 and the bathroom/ firepit area for Wifi calling but the coverage doesn't reach to the second campsite.
CHILD POLICY: We like to see children connecting with nature at an early age and therefore offer camping for children 5 and under at no additional charge. If you have Children 5 and under please let us know in a message but dont include them in the head count when booking.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
We see cyclists biking on the road often. No shoulder, use caution.
Drop your boat in at Ocean Shores or Westport and enjoy the beautiful Pacific or rent from Ocean Shores Boat House or other sim...Read more
In the shallow river accessed via narrow, steep footpath. Also fish in many of the salmon bearing streams around us where publi...Read more
You may explore our 20 acres on either side of the river at your own leisure and risk. We have small trails throughout the woo...Read more
There are quite a few stables in our area, try HoneyPearl Ranch, or Nansea Stables in Ocean Shores or give a quick google searc...Read more
All manner of paddling rentals and watersports are available on the coast just a quick 30-40 minutes drive away
Climb your way down to the beautiful river that segments our property and explore the other side.
Head up into the Olympic National Forest to Hurricane ridge when weather permits.
Known for their surfing, Ocean Shores or Westport beaches are only 30 - 40 minutes away.
Some parts of the river are deep enough to swim and/or splash around. but again access to the river is limited through a steep...Read more
Popular hangout for deer, seasonal Roosevelt Elk migrating herds, an array of birds and other critters! please be aware that wh...Read more
Natural features you'll find at The Forest @ REWILD in Washington.
We have some really cool pebble beaches down by the river if you can handle the steep climb down (we're working on a better tra...Read more
We are a quick 40 minute drive from the Pacific coast.
Variety of native trees, ferns, grasses and berries, and mushrooms!
The Olympic National Forest is a mere 30 minute drive from us.
River, stream, or creek
Accessible via steep, narrow footpath. there is a wonderful and beautiful river, it is a steep climb down and may not be access...Read more
The river has many deep pools that are excellent for swimming
Small waterfall down by the river where several tributaries come together.
The lower portion of our property is in 100 year floodplains and with some exploring a large diversity of habitats can be obser...Read more
Turn in at the large yellow flag and continue on to a small one for parking, toilet, and camping spots.
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Good location but a bit sad we couldn’t access the river with it being block off by the owner which is understandable to let the young trees breathe. But we wish we knew that beforehand because that was a big selling point for us. Also ran into a coyote issue where they keep trying at night hang around are tent. We made sure to not to have food but it didn’t feel the safest.
Tree cathedral in hoquiam
Campsite was beautiful! We stayed @ site #2, which was more private, but they were both gorgeous. Unfortunately no fire because of the burn ban, but when possible, the fire pit would have been great! We made good use of the “kitchen area” (fire, picnic table, chairs, gas grill). The compost toilet was better than campground bathrooms for sure. The stream is a haul, but we enjoyed the sound of the water from our campsite. Location was pretty far (2+ hours) from the Hoh, but only about 45-1hr from Quinault trails. We enjoyed the privacy & are pretty self sufficient, so it was great for us!
Small family gathering in seclusion
We liked our time at this site! The hosts had everything set up, the sites were cleaned and cleared and they were very hands off and accommodating with our group. You can see the work they have put into the sites and it is clear that they are working to make an even better experience for their guests. We really liked the signage on the native flora and the compost toilet outhouse worked great (and the signage inside was a hilarious treat).
We chose the site because it was available and closest to a last minute family outing at Ocean Shores. The drive was about 30-40min, and as the listing says, you can get service the second you walk up to mile post 8 (like on the dot!!). The stream was not accessible. We followed signage to what looked like a deer trail down a very steep and well overgrown trail. That was a significant disappointment and we would not recommend booking here if the stream was a major draw.
The sites are pretty level and we fit a four person and a 10 person tent in campsite 1, with a small folding table and 6 chairs- it was a tight fit. That being said, if we utilized the campfire pit and picnic table area more, we would have had a bit more space. Campsite two would fit a 6 person tent, but little else.
The outhouse is inside of campsite one; I would recommend only staying here with family or close friends but only if lack of privacy with taking care of business away from other folks is an issue!
Though you are behind a personal residence, it feels really secluded and we had a couple of evening visits from large deer and were treated to barred owls calling to each other. We saw so many beautiful stars- there is little to no light pollution at this site!
Of note- The flags aren’t orange/yellow anymore- they are bleached white by the sun. We all drove by them on the first pass :)
We would stay here again because it was so low hassle and secluded and the hosts give so much privacy. We have a better idea of what gear the sites can support now.
I hope the stream becomes accessible- it would be such a fun day to picnic and explore down there.
We hope to stay here again soon and explore the area more!
The site was very cozy and secluded which made for a very enjoyable trip. We spent the day at the stream on the property where the water was crystal clear and extremely refreshing. Don’t be afraid of the hike down to the stream because it is more than worth it. Overall we had a great time and thank Ben, Laura and their very cute son for their hospitality.
Ben and Lauren provided a great setup for camping: the sites were separated from the house by tall foliage that made it feel private and remote. They were quick to address a couple minor issues we had upon arrival and we really enjoyed our stay!
We would recommend their sites for a group looking for a "base" for other adventures in the area. There's not much open space for groups to hang out, but the space is very well set up for families or groups of friends camping together.
A peaceful stay beneath magestic spruce cedar and fir trees. We fell asleep to the sound of the creek below the cliffside with birds singing. Drinking water available and a nicely set up composting toilet system. Also a seating area with a nice picnic table and adirondack chairs around a firepit including an available bbq. Thank you for providing a nice space to enjoy the natural beauty.
Nice and peaceful family retreat.
It was nice and quiet mostly. The noise that was a little bothersome was coming from surrounding locations out of the camp hosts control. Could definitely see staying here again. Even found a 4 leaf clover the day we left