Hipcamp host Sandy E.,
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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 on site in case of rain, if not rented. Large RVs will park in the front of the property. Tent camping is in the meadow with water and f

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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 on site in case of rain, if not rented. Large RVs will park in the front of the property. Tent camping is in the meadow with water and fire circle. /p>

Campsite area
Tent or RV sites
2 sites
Up to 4 guests per site
Up to 1 vehicle
Wheelchair access
RV Information
Travel trailers, Fifth wheels, Toy haulers, Pop-up campers, Class A RVs, Class B RVs, Class C RVs, Campervans, and Cars allowed
Vehicles under 45 feet allowed
Pull-through site
Electrical hookup available
Water hookup available
Ask about slideout accommodation
surface type
surface levelness
generators
Hookups: No sewage and TV connection
Essentials
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Amenities
Potable water available
Kitchen available
Wifi available
Bins available
No showers
No picnic table
Have a question? Send Sandy a message!
  • 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

Activities

Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Biking

All over out here. Lots of bikers.

Boating

Situated between the E Hoquiam &Wishkah rivers. Several lakes less than an hour away.

Hiking

Quinault and Olympic Natl. Forests less than an hour away. If you’ve never hiked in a rainforest you have a real treat coming.

Wildlife watching

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

Fishing
Paddling
Wind sports
Climbing
Snow sports
Swimming

Terrain

Natural features you'll find at Wishkah Blue in Washington.

Beach

Pacific less than an hour away. Grays Harbor offers 6 rivers, fishing ports, Westport surfing, clamming, fishing, etc.

Coastal
Forest
Lake
Mountainous
Field
Driveway

18 Reviews

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Hipcamper Valentina

Great find!

Valentina M.
recommends this listing.
(Site #1 tents & camper/vans)
May 26th, 2022

I loved its quiet space and the friendliness of the host. Felt right at home. What a great experience!

Hipcamper NISREEN

Pottery studio

Nisreen A.
recommends this listing.
(Site #1 tents & camper/vans)
May 17th, 2022

Unfortunately due to weather we were unable to camp here but did receive a tour of the spacious pottery house! We do wish we could have stayed longer. Definitely will add to our next trip around the Washington peninsula!

Hipcamper Lanita
Lanita S.
recommends this listing.
(Site #1 tents & camper/vans)
November 26th, 2021

Was only there overnight, but, she was looking out for us, on a rainy night, and waived us into her property.

Hipcamper David
David J.
recommends this listing.
(Site #1 tents & camper/vans)
October 19th, 2021

We really enjoyed our brief stay at Sandy's Wishkah Blue. Sorry though that the pottery shop was not open, as we would have lingered a while. A lovely property on the hill above Hoquiam/Aberdeen.

Hipcamper Lydia

Simple and friendly

Lydia R.
has mixed feelings towards this listing.
(Site #1 tents & camper/vans)
September 6th, 2021

Sandy was very welcoming and her pack of dogs are sweet. We were surprised by how trafficked the roads are that corner her property. The cars and trucks whizzed by all through the night, which made it difficult to really get into the camping feel. It is very much so "backyard camping". This is an affordable and friendly spot if you need a quick stop-over for a long journey, however I wouldn't use this site for a base camp.

Hipcamper Jocelyn

Really nice spot to disconnect.

Jocelyn N.
recommends this listing.
(Site #1 tents & camper/vans)
September 4th, 2021

My friend and I stayed for two nights at the end of August with our 2 dogs. There is a large area where you can choose where to set up for shade, sun, or both. There was a fire ban while we were there, so we chose to set up further from the fire pit since we couldn't use it anyway. We enjoyed picking and eating some of the blackberries around the property, meeting Sandy's sweet dogs, and letting ours sniff around in the fenced in garden area. It got quite cold at night, down to 48 degrees with lots of dew. But by 10 or 11 am, it was really warm and everything was dry. There were great stars if you're into that! It was really nice to have access to a restroom with hot water to wash up in the sink. There are a good amount of bugs, especially in the evening, but we didn't have any problems with mosquitos. It was lots of teeny tiny gnats, and some larger flying insects that really wanted to land on me.. but they weren't much of a bother. Sandy was a great host - she gave us a walking tour of the property when we arrived, and didn't mind our GSD puppy being very excited the whole time and barking at her dogs at times. This was a great spot to camp for a couple nights and we would definitely recommend it. Very flexible, good accommodations, cute dogs! Only cons (out of Sandy's control) were that it does get very cold at night, and there is absolutely zero cell service. Make sure you write down all the directions in and out after you leave the highway so you can navigate without GPS. Side note: We drove to the bay one day and were surprised to find that Washington requires a pass for visiting any state park areas. We are from out of state. We spent forever driving around and researching online, trying to get to a beach. We finally ended up figuring out where a pay station was, at a very crowded surfing beach. We paid, but then drove down a bit to a less crowded beach, which was better for our dogs. So if you are from out of state and want to enjoy state parks or any beach access at all, make sure to buy a pass ahead of time! People who didn't have passes were getting ticketed - it's strictly enforced.

Sandy's sweet foster dog saying hello!Looking beyond my ridiculous dog, you can see one of our cars. The other is in front of it, and Sandy's garden and house is on the other side of them. Behind the car you see is the entrance and other camping area with fire pit. Lots of space!The field area we made our camp in was surrounded by trees on 3 sides, then our cars and the garden on the other.Forgot to take pictures of the campsite. This is the best one we got. The fire pit area is back and to the right from here. In front of our tents is a good sized field where we were able to play lots of fetch.
Hipcamper Jessica

Road noise, but great quick stop

Jessica T.
has mixed feelings towards this listing.
(Site #1 tents & camper/vans)
August 15th, 2021

The GPS gets you close, but you gotta be a bit adventuresome in an area that has no cell reception. Sandy was very hospitable. I had difficulty handling the big spider that came after me in the bathroom & the amount of road noise without ear plugs in the meadow behind the house. A lovely area to get to the forest and beach from if you need a nice quick stop with clean, potable water. Oh and blackberries! We left our rainfly off and woke early to a few drops coming thru so we broke camp before we could make a bit of pottery with Sandy, but it looked cool!

Hipcamper Jess
Jess E.
has mixed feelings towards this listing.
(Site #1 tents & camper/vans)
August 14th, 2021

The host was very kind and thoughtful, introducing us to her place. It’s a nice field behind the house and quaint pottery studio, very quiet and peaceful.

Hipcamper Pascale
Pascale A.
recommends this listing.
(Site #1 tents & camper/vans)
August 13th, 2021

Thanks a lot for this amazing time and your kindness. My girls are still speaking about you, the blackberry hunt and Mia. Thanks for your help and the delicious squash from your garden...(no wifi = better family time ❤)

Property
Wishkah Blue
State
Washington
Country
United States
$28/night
2 Sites

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