Come visit a secluded wooded area on a small working farm! Listen to pigs, ducks and wildlife at you relax near the Pilchuck Mountain. Next to managed timber land, trails for horsback riding, hiking, and stargazing allow for a chance to unwind!

Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans
1 site
Up to 4 guests per site
Park at listing
No ADA access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
No pets
Potable water available
Bins available
No showers
No picnic table
No wifi
Camping vehicle details
No electrical hookup
No water hookup
No sewage hookup
No TV hookup
  • Check in: After 11AM
  • Check out: Before 1PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 9 months out


Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Horseback riding
Wildlife watching


Natural features you'll find at Huckleberries at Chubby Bunny Farm in Washington.

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Hipcamper Meredith

Great place to go camping!

Meredith F.
recommends this listing.
May 26th, 2019

We had such a great time staying on the farm! Michael and Melina were awesome hosts, very attentive and even serving breakfast. We got to meet all of their animals- chickens, a duck, pigs, and the bunnies! There's very little light pollution so it's a perfect campsite for star gazing. Also the view of the mountains is very pretty. Highly recommend to other hipcampers, and thanks for a great stay!

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Hipcamper Elizabeth

Family fun camping on the farm

Elizabeth C.
recommends this listing.
July 1st, 2019

Recently, we enjoyed a lovely weekend on Chubby Bunny Farm. If you have children who adore farm animals, this is the place for you. We arrived late evening while our hosts were at the farmer’s market; they left a welcoming map and note for us. We established two campsites.

One was our kitchen site with the fire ring neighboring the pig’s pasture while the other was down a path into a clearing with a lovely view of a flowering meadow. The pig was very friendly and interested in us. Our dog was also very interested as she had never seen a pig before. The pig made the best sounds, once during our cook out we heard her lightly snoring in the dusk air!

The children enjoyed an tour of the chicken run getting to hold a beautiful chicken and a male quail. They also got to have multiple conferences with bunnies and holding them too. Our hosts even took us into the pig’s pasture to meet the pig. They also had 3 little piglets that children loved to talk too. It was great fun and I really appreciated that our hosts took the time out of their busy day to answer all my children’s questions about farm life, raising chickens, rabbits, and pigs. We bought fresh eggs and fresh greens.

Our hosts were lovely offering to pick up items in town, allowing us to use their walk-in fridge, and generally always available if my kids had questions or we needed something. You could tell the animals were happy and content. They were all very interested in humans coming up to their fences or hutches. Sometimes they’d follow you when you were walking by, they are well cared for and loved.

At night it was very quiet, and we were lucky for clear skies. Beautiful star gazing due to the lack of light pollution. There are no roosters on this property, in the morning you are serenaded by wild birds. We loved it! At our kitchen campsite we spied three birds’ nests: rufous hummingbird, black capped chickadee, and a red headed woodpecker. There were a lot of birds to sight but when we were very quiet, we could watch these three feed their babies high up in the trees. In the very distance you can hear other neighbor’s roosters. The male quails do make a rooster type noise, but it isn’t very loud, and they are housed far away from the campsite. I didn’t even notice them unless I was standing next to them. The closest neighbor has a horse and some goats so it’s fun to watch them play in their padlock.

The humanure toilet was like a regular outhouse but rather than smelling like chemicals or smelling of a giant manure pile, it smelled more like a fresh barn due to the hay like grass you used in the toilet after you went. It had a lovely view of the fields and distance mountains due to a natural window cut out in the walls. This was nice because it created a cross breeze that was useful for discouraging flies.

We hiked a fair bit around the property, but it was a hot day and my youngest faded quickly. All four of us decided it’d be great fun to go back and I hope we do! Thank you Michael and Melina for hosting us!

This was our sleeping site to the left about a football field length away was the outhouse and behind me is the path back to the cooking site. We used a dutch oven for most of our cooking! About 40 feet away to the left is the piggie pasture. She was very interested whenever we cooked. Three little piggies on the farm Beautiful clouds and scenery
Hipcamper Eugene

Fantastic farm experience!

Eugene B.
recommends this listing.
July 24th, 2019

We had a great time at the farm. The site being split into two different sections, one for sleep and one for lounging was really nice. We quickly befriended the pig and she was so darn cute! We will definitely stay at Chubby Bunny again.

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Christy J.
recommends this listing.
July 27th, 2019

The Chubby Bunny Farm was the perfect camping experience for our 2 young sons. We saw piglets, pigs, quails, chickens and rabbits. One of the first things my son wanted to do after waking up was to visit Ernie, the pig. Michael and Melina were wonderful host. We can’t wait to go back.

Hipcamper Melody
Melody G.
recommends this listing.
July 28th, 2019

Michael and Melinda were great hosts and their farm was fantastic!

Hipcamper Dustin

Great spot for kids

Dustin D.
recommends this listing.
August 6th, 2019

Had a great time camping at the Chubby Bunny Farm with my two daughters (8 and 11). Michael and Melina were very friendly and gave us a tour of the farm including seeing the bunnies, pigs, chickens and quail. The camp site is on the opposite side of the property from the main residence so it is very private and in a cleared area surrounded by trees and blackberries. The bunnies and pigs are not too far from the camp site so the kids visited them several times. The outhouse was pretty primitive but did the trick and did not smell. Would definitely recommends Chubby Bunny Farm and will likely come back again.

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Hipcamper Tom
Tom G.
recommends this listing.
August 21st, 2019

Private spot on a farm. Worked out nicely to drop down to Arlington to enjoy an evening at the air show.

Confirm directions with host as the road names are a bit tricky.

Hipcamper Rosie

Private and rustic campsite on farm

Rosie C.
recommends this listing.
August 26th, 2019

Our family had a great time! The kids loved seeing and feeding the bunnies and pigs, catching crickets and eating blackberries. The hosts were wonderful and knowledgeable.

The only thing we didnt love was that on Saturday afternoon people were doing shooting practice in the open field near the site, which obviously is out of any control of the hosts, but did contribute to obnoxious noise pollution for several hours while we were hanging around the campfire.

A few suggestions if you camp here-- definetly bring a table and chairs, potable water (they have some but might be eaiser to bring your own), firewood, something to wash your hands after touching the animals. Also, we visited Haller Park in Arlington and swam in the Stilly, played in the splash pad, etc a perfect addition to our summer camping weekend--thanks to Mivhael the host for the recommendation.

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