Beautiful, serene and primitive. 5 acres on the amazing Olympic Peninsula surrounded by Dabob Bay and Hood Canal...short drive to popular enmities and night life.
Private, secluded retreat about 30 min from town...plenty of camp wood to burn..
- Check in: After 11AM
- Check out: Before 10AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 30% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Camp Zamialan in Washington.
The vibe at Camp Zamialan
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Chill times at camp zamialan
We arrived at Camp Zamialan in the afternoon, directions were direct and very easy to follow. After we got there (Our party was three adults, two kids) we set up the tent trailer with easy. You could take a larger full trailer but getting out and turning around, or backing it in the full way would be difficult. As for tents, didn't see a good place near the campfire area to setup, terrain is very uneven and as another camper mentioned, muddy. Campsite was well maintained and even had some nice isttjng logs in case you forgot chairs around the camp fire. There was a trash barrel but it was pretty full so we took our trash home. Last, as a quick reminder, bring a shovel and TP or your own port-o-potty in order to take care of those needs of drinking too much coffee. Overall, our time spent there (two nights) was great and just very relaxing if you're looking for a good place to get away from the city or suburbs.
Fine primitive camping!
A nice quiet place for primitive camping. A couple of big trees spaced perfectly apart for hanging a hammock. At night a few bats flew through the open space, likely on their way to the streams where bugs are plenty. At the site, there were some mosquitos, but it wasn't bothersome for all but the most ardent bug attractors. I used some bug spray and stayed near the campfire and all was well.
You'll want a sturdy tent footprint because the best spots have baby native blackberry growing (not the invasive sort), and the tiny downy stickers don't feel great on a bare foot inside the tent. It will be squelchy mud on the site when it rains, but it was nice for the weekend we were there. We didn't see a soul all weekend and returned home refreshed.