Along the eastern edge of the Olympic National Forest, sits this magical 13 acres. During your stay on the land, explore the trails throughout the towering old growth and along the edge of the Little Quilcene River. Hike through the alder grove and discover the thriving wetlands. This little slice of heaven is also a budding farm! Spend time in the newly planted fruit orchard + future garden plot under cover crop and imagine the bounty in the years to come!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Cedar + Fern
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This campsite was absolutely amazing! It's so intentionally set up with flowers on the table and tiki torches scattered around the site. It was very private and clean, and a perfect spot to get away for the weekend. Jill was the best host and we definitely plan on making this a regular camp spot for us.
The site is great. The host has a great vibe and super helpful and attentive. We got there very late and she was waiting for us - even invited us to join her campfire. She offered a campsite that is usually not available to rent and we were grateful for it! So worth it. The place is amazing - its a gem. Recommended.
Jill is a wonderful host, the property is beautiful, peaceful, and convenient to Hood Canal activities & hiking. No highway noise!
Nice picnic table (with fresh flowers), a fire pit, and tent platform.
Our host was very responsive to queries up front and very friendly and welcoming when we arrived. It felt almost like visiting a friend we hadn't seen for a while. We were moved to a different site than originally booked as the host wanted to ensure another large group camping nearby didn't disturb us, which we appreciated. We ended up camping at a beautiful, quiet area nestled between the edge of the national forest and a babbling brook. Would definitely recommend. :-)
I had a wonderful stay at Cedar and Fern. I booked last minute for a vacation up to the Olympic National Park. They were very quick to respond with directions and I felt comfortable arriving there after dark. The owners were away and I was the only camper. The location is quiet, but not too far off the 101. A perfect jump off spot to explore the Hood Canal area. Though I arrived in the dark, I felt safe even as a solo traveler. In the morning I laid in the hammock and took a hike down to the river. There were many awesome hidden gems throughout the property as well as clean and comfortable accommodations. I’ll be back to visit. Thanks for a a great stay in your sanctuary!
Cedar and Farm was an amazing host for a last minutes camping stay. The site was spacious and clean and had much more privacy than most other camp grounds. The orchard was right by our camp site and she had the site clean and fresh flowers waiting on our table. The owner, Jill, was very kind and recommended some great spots for us to check out. I would definitely come back and would recommend this spot for everyone.
Right from the moment we booked the campsite, Jill was incredibly responsive and helpful. We arrived in the early evening, and she was there to greet us and show us to our site. Her property is beautiful, well-maintained, and the added touches, like tiki torches and fresh flowers on the picnic tables, all came together to make it one of the best camping experiences we’ve ever had. Our site was right next to the river, and it was wonderful listening to it as we fell asleep. Jill, thank you so much for contributing to a truly amazing weekend!
Oh my goodness...if you are looking for a quiet, retreat-like atmosphere in a truly magical woodland then this is your place. Take the dog and a good book and just chill out and rejuvenate. The campsite is wonderful, very clean, great fire pit and Gill had done some great detail work with lighting that makes it special. Also, I think fairies live in the woods--saw evidence of their passing thru....