Our cohousing farm is open to campers. We have many good tent spots in the yard, in the fields, or in the woods. We also have one site for a large Class A with power and water connections. It's a bustling new working farm growing fruits, berries, pasture raised hens, mushrooms, veggies and herbs for our local markets. Our fully fenced private homestead is surrounded by wo
Our cohousing farm is open to campers. We have many good tent spots in the yard, in the fields, or in the woods. We also have one site for a large Class A with power and water connections. It's a bustling new working farm growing fruits, berries, pasture raised hens, mushrooms, veggies and herbs for our local markets. Our fully fenced private homestead is surrounded by woods and well away from the highway 5 miles outside of Port Townsend on the north east Olympic Penninsula. This listing is for one of the basic tent camping spots. Ask us about our discounts for students, bikers and cyclists. The RV campspot is listed separately. If you want to use the RV spot or "everything but a bedroom" then you need to book them AND book this listing together.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 5% off
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Savvy farmers and generous hosts
Wow. Eric and Amy and their family, friends; the community there are dynamic, inspiring and wonderful. We were welcomed and given help that we needed. So enjoyed the kids and Misha the great protector. We Trust their Farm will become even more Bountiful
Fantastic weekend farmer experience
We had a FANTASTIC time with Eric and Amy. They're fascinating people first and foremost, and we had some great conservations about local food systems and the way that policy shapes it. Logan, the tiny prince of the farm, had a great time leading us around on an egg hunt and we enjoyed getting the six year old version of a farm tour.
Amy and Eric went out of their way to connect us to the neighborhood, from sourcing a cinnamon roll the size of my face to introducing us to a neighbor's tiiiiiiiiiiiiny baby goats. Overall, the sixteen hours we slept a day testify that this is a restful place to take care of yourself.
Mischa is the Farm Queen, but will welcome you to her queendom with appropriate pets.
The only thing I would suggest is packing a mosquito coil or spray. We wound up in an area with wetter soil (there were other options! we picked this one) and had some bites
Relaxing weekend on the farm!
We loved Three Peas Farm! Amy and Eric were fantastic hosts and made us feel welcome from the moment we arrived. They provided us with detailed directions and even gave us a tour of the property and important amenities upon check in. The farm experience was wonderful in so many ways and it is clear that everyone at Three Peas farm is very thoughtful and pay attention to even the small details to make their guests feel relaxed. We are already considering when we can return for a relaxing and rejuvenating weekend outdoors.
Seriously such a great stay and beautiful property. The most welcoming hosts. Very responsive and made themselves always available to us. It was so great getting to know you and loved every second of our stay. Will definitely be back!
Never camped on a farm before so didn’t know what to expect. There were lots of animals which was a bonus! The hosts were warm and very accommodating which was nice. If you’re looking for “peace and quiet” I would say this is not the place... but for a farm camping experience with animals running around, pretty fun! Enjoyed my stay.
We had a wonderful stay at Three Peas and would highly recommend!! It was neat to see all of the animals and Amy was such a lovely host. If you are biking or hiking in the area, the farm is really close to Fort Townsend state park which has lovely trails, and Amy can probably recommend some great ones too.
We stayed at Three Peas with our 6-year-old. The site felt private but was a short walk from the main house (spigots, grill, recycling), the outdoor toilet, and our car's parking spot.
For those not familiar with farm life, the roosters wake up early. Like, before sunrise early. And Misha the dog may treat you like a stray that needs herding - she sometimes barks at younger kids in ways that might frighten - but will warm up to you. We were skeptical about the compost bucket toilet, but it does the job.
Amy and her family were very welcoming and gracious hosts. They made sure we had everything we needed and provided lots of info on area activities. We will consider staying again when in the area!
Great camping trip!
We really enjoyed camping here. It was neat to have the chickens roaming around. We had alot of privacy and barely saw other campers. The host is very friendly and offered to loan items that we needed, such as chairs, mosquito repellers, and table. We had a great time!