Nestled in a narrow river valley with 1,000ft+foothills rising to the east and west, our valley is filled with green and nature everywhere you look. Mountains, a river, streams, forests, fields ... there is something for everyone. Or everything for everyone! Peaceful and serene views are only disturbed by some county road traffic, an occasional train rumbling by.
Our farm is one of several in the valley, and likely many others, there is history here. Our oldest building was built in 1910, a large picturesque loft barn, and we are working to have it placed on the Washington Historic Register for restoration and preservation. The imprint of the dairy farm operations are still visible, although we are working toward converting it into a sustainable and organic crop farm serving our community.
We have three campsite locations currently, with more in the works:
Northfield: A small 2-person site next to the river on the edge of our field. During the late spring and summer the grasses easily raise a privacy screen all around you, filling the air with their gentle whispering. Fires may only be made in the designated location.
Riverside: A moderately sized location that is seasonally available (Late spring through early fall. The remainder of the year it may be flooded), it is at the river crossing and is the most secluded we currently offer. Shielded from the road and buildings by blackberry thickets and trees, it is one of our favorite locations!
Creekside: (This listing) A large grassy area next our old feed barn and future greenhouse, there is enough room for everyone, and includes a picnic table and year round fire pit.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 30% off
The vibe at Coriander Creek - Creekside
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
First of all, the hosts are incredibly nice and welcoming! We would have hung out with them the whole time if we could. There are multiple sites to choose from, and we chose the Creekside; perfectly set up for us in every way. We enjoyed the dogs who ran freely around the farm, as well as the fresh corriander (cilantro) plants covering the fields. The hosts pointed us toward Eagle Haven winery, 5 minutes away, where my husband and I did a wine tasting and a glass of wine for under $10! WOW! So good. Stay here!
I was in a rush looking for a place and luckily came upon hip camp, and this wonderful little spot close to Baker was perfect. I had three other friends, and were greeted with open arms. The space provided was so magnificent, A wonderful view of the hill side forest, and a well named "Paradise Creek". They were so delightful and willing to help in any ways. They have other spots soon to be available on Hipcamp, and I would highly recommend going there before it is too popular to book. Memorial's day weekend was well spent, and well needed before college dead week/finals.
This place was fantastic! Amy and Mike were very nice and accommodating. The property was in good condition and it felt nice and private. They have a super cute dog that runs freely around the property and is very playful! Also, on my way out, Amy gave me a fresh bag of homegrown Rainier Cherries! Talk about awesome customer service! #bonus.
This place is a great deal and I would gladly come back.
Beautiful setting. Very rustic buildings that remind me of growing up on the farm. Having only been functioning for ~6 months, this site will continue to get better each season. Looking forward to seeing it next year!