The Oasis is a peaceful 20 minute drive from Soap Lake, a meromictic lake, historically known for its unique healing waters. We're creating a food forest in the middle of the grassland and the wildlife love it! We're also completely off-grid. Hang around for a beautiful sunset and usually a chorus of crickets in the evening. Stay the night in one of the available sites
The Oasis is a peaceful 20 minute drive from Soap Lake, a meromictic lake, historically known for its unique healing waters. We're creating a food forest in the middle of the grassland and the wildlife love it! We're also completely off-grid. Hang around for a beautiful sunset and usually a chorus of crickets in the evening. Stay the night in one of the available sites and witness an amazing open sky, full of stars. Awake in the morning to see an equally beautiful sunrise and you'll probably hear the birds crafting their songs. There are multiple lakes close by great for a swim. Wine tasting .. shopping .. fishing .. and more, 30 minutes north of I-5. Come hang out with us. Our next big project: straw bale tiny homes for glampers!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out
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Beautiful, quiet and friendly!
The oasis was a very beautiful, quiet and unique place to camp and get away for a few days!! You can tell they really spend a lot of time taking care of and fixing up Their property to be fun and appealing. Tha back drop of the location also makes for amazing sunrises and sunsets! Ryan, Katie and their children were very friendly and our children played together in their yard. Visiting with and getting to know their family made the trip even better!! We will definitely be back, thank you! 😊
They were excellent hosts- helpful but not overly involved. It was a really beautiful and unique spot to stay. The shade from the line of trees was very very nice in the evening, but our tent was just BAKED as soon as the sun rose in the morning and we were eager to pack up as quickly as possible. There were more dragonflies than I've ever seen in one place, which was really cool, and I was grateful that we did NOT see a rattlesnake! Getting there was a little confusing and stressful, between our GPS getting no connection, lots of signs on the roads warning about no trespassing, and no signs mentioning The Oasis until you're basically at their house.
I really liked the hosts, and I enjoyed getting to see the pigs and goats and sheep on the farm. It was really cute!
One thing, which kind of can't be avoided, is how dusty it is. My skin felt gross (and there wasn't any water to rinse off with, much less showers) the whole time, and my shoes were unrecognizable. It's a super dusty area, but I was a little wistful looking at the grass right next to us on their lawn, while being nearly ankle deep in fine dirt.
Largely though, it was a nice spot, and the trees were a welcome bit of shade in a nearly treeless locale. Neat place, and the hosts (and their sweet children!) were great.
Beautiful little spot!!
This place was great. Really pretty, well maintained. The family was very friendly as well. Pictures don’t do it justice. Also the host was very accommodating. I ended up getting much later then planned and he was still ti greet me. Will be returning sometime with my family.
Loved it here. Was a big fan. Very cute and simple. The kiddos of the host gave my girlfriend and I a lil tour of their farm animals. They have a lovely property and are lovely folks.
Can be a little tough to find, just pay attention to what is posted on the site.
Stars, desert, oasis
I forgot what it was like to camp without listening to 4,000 other people in a state park... The Oasis Beautiful property, clearly well cared for. Gorgeous sunset/sunrise, and stargazing. Possibly the best night I've had sleeping outside because the ground is so flat and there were no rocks or roots to fight with. Great, clean facilities. Bring water!
Note: Be sure to look at the map before you leave. Google maps will automatically route you to the Northern entrance (a winding southbound dirt road). You want the Southern entrance (the map will show you one southbound road, then one westbound road at a right angle that passes another property). Have Ryan's phone number on you.
Sure friendly and welcoming hosts, well-maintained campsite with lots of space and provided bench seating, a clean outhouse, and a “camp store” in the barn in case you forgot any essentials. And baby lambs and bunnies to pet!
Ryan’s land is in a peaceful and secluded spot close to the healing waters of Soap Lake. The space is private, comfortable and welcoming. There was a nice bench and table for us to cook and eat on. The outhouse is the nicest one I have seen and was very clean. Ryan was friendly and awesome all around. Really great experience, I highly recommend this spot!
The sunrise over the desert was incredible.