Part meadow part stand of very tall trees, over 70 years old with birds, hummingbirds, deer. Choose to camp there or in a wheelchair excessable drive next to a 1940 era grocery store that is now my pottery studio. A large bunkhouse is also available in case of rain.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
All over out here. Lots of bikers.
Situated between the E Hoquiam &Wishkah rivers. Several lakes less than an hour away.
Quinault and Olympic Natl. Forests less than an hour away. If you’ve never hiked in a rainforest you have a real treat coming.
I live in a flyway and a pair of nesting bald eagles love to keep an eye on things across the road. Hummers love the meadow
Natural features you'll find at Wishkah Blue in Washington.
Pacific less than an hour away. Grays Harbor offers 6 rivers, fishing ports, Westport surfing, clamming, fishing, etc.
Places to see near Wishkah Blue
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Sandy was really wonderful! We got a nice tour when we arrived and were able to get started unloading right away. The space was really large and nice. The water on the property is from a Well and it was amazing! OMG so good! Everything was just what we expected.
We had such a wonderful time at this truly unique place! The pottery studio was incredible and we loved seeing Sandy's unique works and couldn't resist buying a few new handcrafted mugs to add to our collection! Sandy was an incredible host and made sure we had everything we could need. We loved her sweet rescued dobermans who played well with our pups and were so friendly and loving. The river that ran next to her land was unbelievable and we got lost for hours exploring it!
A fun weekend
We had a delightful weekend at Wishkah Blue! The weather was perfect and it was so convenient for going up to Lake Quinault one day and down to Westport Winery another. The pottery studio is an added bonus and my son loved the opportunity to work with clay. Sandy was a great host!