We have great views of Mt. Rainier from many sites on our property. We have a mix of wooded and prairie areas, and cute and friendly alpacas grazing nearby.
- Check in: After 11AM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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Knitting - Beginning or Advanced
Always wanted to learn how to knit? Jean will get you started in learning thi...Read more
Half Day Farm Hand, Second Person
Note, this is for a second participant. Must also purchase the Half Day Farm ...Read more
Half Day Farm Hand
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF AN ALPACA BREEDER Spend the morning with us, and experi...Read more
Make Your Own Felt Sheet
CREATE A WORK OF ART Spend about 90 minutes creating an original work of art...Read more
Learn to Spin Yarn Class
Learn to spin your own yarn in a two hour class with Jean. We will take it sl...Read more
Bicycle Rental, per day
Get our and explore on a bike! We have three adult size bikes for rent. Must ...Read more
Farm Fresh Eggs, Half Dozen
Half a dozen of our colorful farm fresh eggs. Our chickens roam freely on our...Read more
Farm Fresh Eggs, Dozen
We always have colorful farm fresh eggs available. Our chickens roam the prop...Read more
Meet the Alpacas/Fiber Mill Tour
Spend some up close and personal time hand feeding and petting our alpacas, w...Read more
Start your trip off right with a bundle of firewood waiting for you at your c...Read more
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
You can boat on Lake Lawrence, about 2 miles away.
Fishing is available on Lake Lawrence, about 2 miles away.
Natural features you'll find at Camp with Alpacas in Washington.
We are a working alpaca ranch and fiber processing mill. Tours and classes available to campers.
The vibe at Camp with Alpacas
Places to see near Camp with the Alpacas
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Camping with alpacas is the best way to camp!
We pulled through the gate and were greeted by the herd. Jean and David greeted us and showed us to our site – a field filled with daisies (lucky us that they were in bloom). Alpacas roamed freely although kept their distance. A baby had been born the morning we arrived! The alpaca’s guardian dog, Snowflake, became a fast friend – she checked on us often to ensue we were safe also. Saturday we fed alpacas, took the mill tour and visited the gift shop (dryer balls are amazing!). I can’t wait for our next visit.
Beautiful place to camp
Jean and her husband were wonderul hosts! They made sure we had everything we needed. The tour of their alpaca farm was great, and they gave us a yarn spinning class as well.
Their dog snowflake is adorable, friendly, and we only saw her a couple times the whole weekend. The site we had was very private, but not too far from the bathroom / showers. And having a hot shower every day was great!
Camping with Alpacas was a wonderful experience. Jean and David are great hosts who made us feel right at home. The camp site behind the barn felt secluded and private. Having water, fire pit and picnic table right at the site was an added bonus. We took a tour of the alpaca farm in the morning and met some friendly alpacas and learned a lot. Our 18 month old daughter loved the alpacas and the farm dog, Snowflake. All in all a nice place to camp while having some of the modern comforts of home.
Educational and fun!
Spending time on Jean and David’s alpaca farm was one of the best summer experiences our family has experienced. Their property is clean, sites large, they are attentive and nice hosts and the best part-you get to wake up with alpacas grazing by your site. We took their tour (a must!) and a felted sheet workshop (highly recommended) and visited their shop. We also had their farm eggs for breakfast (yum!!) and pet their dog Snowflake every chance we got.