A thirty-acre forest alongside the second largest river in Washington State holds a single HipCamp site. A mowed driving path for vehicles or a small RV allows passage through tall grass rimming the single sprawling campsite. In the woods, a fire pit, picnic table and private trails are alongside 1-mile of Pend Oreille River frontage. All enjoyed in solitude. Bonus? No poiso
A thirty-acre forest alongside the second largest river in Washington State holds a single HipCamp site. A mowed driving path for vehicles or a small RV allows passage through tall grass rimming the single sprawling campsite. In the woods, a fire pit, picnic table and private trails are alongside 1-mile of Pend Oreille River frontage. All enjoyed in solitude. Bonus? No poisonous snakes in this river valley.
The 719 acre farm-forest is stewarded by a community of friends who revere the out-of-doors and believe time in nature makes for better humans-being.
Hipcamp dollars support natural means of improving soil health on the farm.
Cinnamon rolls in the morning, a 16x16' tent platform, camp-toilet (which involves some education on use); potable water, dock for fishing or foot dangling, solar- heated or campfire-heated water for rinse-off camp showering and a canoe are yours to enjoy. Controlled pets are welcome. Given the wildlife abundance, control of pets is imperative.
Bring your binoculars and get your nature high.
Signing a hold-harmless waiver of liability will be asked of all guests.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Miles of surface roads and private forest roads.
A dock is nearby campsite and canoe will be made available.
Licensed fishing is permitted from dock or canoe.
719.9 acres are available for wildlife aware guests.
Birding, nature photography, wildlife watching are easily available.
Natural features you'll find at Cinnamon Rolls & Solitude in Washington.
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Matt and Susan are wonderful hosts, easy going and engaging. They have a beautiful area with river access, a hammock, fire pit and platform if your tent camping. We had a nice level spot for our van and the cinnamon rolls were amazing! Can't wait to head back for another visit
Seek and ye shall find
Searching with the intension of peace, tranquility and nature we were guided to Cinnamon Rolls & Solitude. There are those special places and people that you find in life that are so amazing and awe inspiring that you almost can’t believe they are real or that you are worthy enough to find them. This place and these people are the real deal. I could have happily stayed here the rest of my life without much contemplation. The pictures and the words just don’t do it justice. The campsite was much more than we ever expected. To say we were “wowed” is a major understatement. The hosts were so warm and gracious that by the end of the weekend they seemed like family. Family I really like and want to visit often :)
With nature all around us it was not hard to find the recharging and reconnection we have been missing. What will be hard is to pick a favorite moment or memory that you make here. From watching the pollinators work the wide-open fields of wildflowers, to listening to the songs of birds and playing Name That Tune; even the flowing river high and swift only adds a bit of drama to the dream that is this place. You have only to ask, and you will not find better concierge service even at a 4-star hotel. Susan truly cares about your comfort and happiness. If food is your love language, then you will fall in love here to be sure. Her baked goods rival those found in any professional bakery. The only downside to staying here is that you will never want to leave.