This is a really beautiful property with very accommodating hosts. Though we had a bit of a scary drive to get there from the coast at night in the fog through the forest, it was a relief to arrive in an open and safe location. They are using Japanese farming techniques and taking organic to new levels, which is pretty neat. Though improvements could be made on overall campsite tidiness, porta potty cleanliness and structure of shower area, this is a safe place to stay with really kind and accommodating hosts. The property is located on a bluff overlooking the river and is especially beautiful in the morning as the fog rolls through. Thanks Jesse and Season for having us! Lovely property.
Michael and Terri were such kind and accommodating hosts. They’ve created beautiful and roomy camping spaces on their 10 acre property after retirement and have really thought of everything. The pet cow Melvin is very jolly and would love a visit (especially with carrots) from you. There are lavender plants to enjoy, honey from the bees and young trees around the property. The couples three dogs are very sweet and help give the property that home feel. There are sounds of coyotes at night and twinkles of red lights in the horizon from the wind mills. I would highly recommend a stay at The Meadows of Isleton!
Ruth was an incredibly gracious host and will be happy to show you around her 10 acre farm. You’ll see her name on the room spray bottle in the bathroom as well as other wonderful holistic goods she makes from scratch.
If you love organic delicious produce this is especially the place for you. There’s a farm stand a quick walk from your tent and an outdoor kitchen even closer to cook them up in. Ruth might even cook you a delicious breakfast if you ask! During our stay we picked up some fresh garlic, persimmons, peppers, pumpkin, pomegranate and more. There’s an on site yoga studio here available to Hipcamp campers for self guided meditations or yoga.
The glamping accommodations are very nice in the Paraiso tent, there’s even carpeting and antique furniture inside. The separate bathroom and shower structure is very nice, they look newly built with rustic charm. Overall this is a really awesome place to stay! Thanks so much Ruth!
Though we got in close to dark, we were greeted by a friendly pup and we easily pulled our teardrop trailer into a camp spot and made a fire. This was really a beautiful place to stay, probably the best Hipcamp I've been to thus far. We woke up to birds chirping, many curious horses, rabbits hopping and nicely maintained grounds. Would recommend!
After making the mistake of heading to the Olympic Peninsula, with no camping plans or reservations on Labor Day Weekend - this place was our saving grace. We felt so lucky to have found something, and I loved the ease of booking on hipcamp when there aren't a lot of places you can reserve at campgrounds around that area. With our tow behind teardrop, we easily found a spot where they'd already set firewood out and left some trees for privacy between the camp host. A unique and cool place to stay!