Secluded campsites nestled among cedars, firs, hemlock and maples. Community firepit has chairs & free firewood. The nearby 'Shelter' features cold running water, a picnic table & countertop for indoor/outdoor food prep & dining. Portapotty is a short walk from the tent sites. Safe, secure, private, scenic. Please have no more than two people and one vehicle per site.
Secluded campsites nestled among cedars, firs, hemlock and maples. Community firepit has chairs & free firewood. The nearby 'Shelter' features cold running water, a picnic table & countertop for indoor/outdoor food prep & dining. Portapotty is a short walk from the tent sites. Safe, secure, private, scenic. Please have no more than two people and one vehicle per site. No campers/trailers please. There is no electricity available.
This is NOT a party camp space. We are a place for peace and quiet where you can enjoy the woods. We are also not suitable for children (if you have tweens/teens, message us). We have too many "attractive nuisances" for young children to be safe.
You're staying on a 7 acre, mostly forested parcel, 1/4 mile from Hwy 101, mid way between Port Angeles and Sequim, WA. Some traffic humm, but not much, and it varies depending on how the wind is blowing. We're 3/4 miles East of the Deerpark entrance to Olympic Natl Park, 4.5 miles East of the Main Olympic National Park Wilderness Information Center.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
1/2 mile South of the paved, Olympic Discovery Trail.
Enjoy the Bird & Squirrel show, with an occasional deer wandering by for a visit.
Natural features you'll find at Olympic Lowland Forest Sanctuary in Washington.
The vibe at Olympic Lowland Forest Sanctuary
Places to see near 7 Acres of Heaven
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Ther place was really nice and felt really secure since they have Airbnb as well. Pacific North West region doesn't usually rain much in summer, but even it was rainy when we visit, we had fun with all our camping equipment. They even offered us extra tarp.
The campground looks a bit small and it was for our bigger tent, but there is plenty of space around, so we managed ourselves really cozy.
Trisha and Will were lovely hosts, very friendly and welcoming. The tent site was kept super neat, with a nice camp kitchen and clean sorta-potty nearby. Nice bonuses were a well-stocked campfire area and ample mosquito repellent incense sticks! We had a great stay and would definitely recommend!
Above and beyond hospitality! Will and Asha treated us like family. Beautifully clean and well kept, multiple campsites with soft flat ground available. Fire pit with wood provided, ping pong, meditation center, water pump, camp stove with pots and pans available. Really loved staying here!
The camp site was so adorable, and they were so friendly even though we were way later than anticipated. The grounds were great to explore and the kitchen area was stocked and amazing. Even though we weren’t in the “glamping” site, it sure felt luxurious.
Holy wow... highly highly highly recommend staying here. Will and Asha were amazing hosts, overly helpful in every way imaginable.
Beautiful property, easy and clean amenities, flattened and cleared lands for your tents, fresh water available, fire pits, clean bathrooms, multiple areas to play... seriously everything you could want. They're also offering a set-up glamp experience with real beds and tables if you'd like an extra easy time. Plenty of places to sit (I love not having to bring chairs), picnic tables to make food on, I could really go on. They're musicians and teach meditation techniques as well, with areas for both. Also, a very convenient stopping place to visit many areas of the Olympic National Park.
I can't wait for my next trip out there...
Peaceful forest site
The property was lovely and forested. Our campsite felt secluded enough from the other few sites that we had quiet and privacy. The barn and glass house were interesting to explore and the fire pit (well-stacked with plenty of wood and kindling) was perfect. Will and Asha were super welcoming. Would recommend this place as a great home base to explore Olympic National Park and the peninsula!
Asha and Will were communicative and welcoming, which made for a great stay at 7 Acres of Heaven. We were able to use this location as a launching point for our visit to Olympic National Park. We consulted with Clancy, who is a volunteer for the Port Angeles Visitor Center, to help shape our visiting plans for the area. The site is well kept and our hosts went above and beyond to help us when it was needed.