Pitch your tent on the farms hilltop meadow. It's private, quiet, beautiful. Explore the State Forest Lands right out your tents door, view the Olympic Mountains in the far off distance, and you're invited to come see how we milk our cows at 8am and 7 pm each day. Tenino has a quarry swimming pool in town and lots of shops to explore! Antiques, Ice Cream, Chocolates and several restaurants to sample. Ride the bike trails beginning at the base of Churchill rd to Lacey, Rainier or Yelm.
- 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
The vibe at Cozy Valley Farm Camp
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When we arrived, there is a gate to the right that is available to us that leads us pretty much up the winding hill to the campsite/campgrounds. This hilltop with views of the nearby State Park makes you feel like you're in it. Primitive, quiet, with space to have a whole family reunion! Our sweet host provided water and places to camp, each with fire rings available. Great spot.
The property was beautiful and we loved seeing all of the animals: dogs, cattle, and horses. We were invited to watch the cows get milked -- it was educational and a lot of fun! The campsites were a little secluded for my tastes but then again I'm more of a glamper. If you like getting away from it all, you'll love this camping location! But just a short jaunt and you can eat a burger at Scotty's in small town, Tenino. Our host was friendly and helpful.
Really enjoyed our stay. Laurie was a great host, and our kids loved watching the cows get milked, playing on the trampoline and exploring the farm and the camping area. The camping area is basic, but sufficient, with a toilet, fire pits and plenty of space to stretch out. Can recommend for other families or groups.
Laurie was a fantastic host and her farm is quaint and beautiful. There is a great State forest logging road/trail to explore right off the sites. The sites were clean and simple, along with a great communal covered fire pit - which came in handy as it rained on our trip, but was cozy and fun given the shelter thankfully. The site we stayed in (the middle one) had a great territorial view and was fairly flat. The simple pit toilet was sufficient and easy, making the whole place feel so much more relaxed than a traditional campground. Laurie even offers viewings for the milking of her cows, or stroll the farm grounds and visit the other animals and scenery! We will be back for sure, highly rated! Thank you Laurie!
We stayed here as a stopover on a camping roadtrip. We arrived after sunset and missed our turnoff (well marked, but didn’t see in the dark). Laurie’s son kindly led us in the right direction. Each campsite was clean, beautiful, private. Loved staring at the stars through the night, and peaking out to the mountain view in the morning!
I came here for a last minute Labor Day camping trip with my spouse and a friend. It was perfect for our needs! The farm is beautiful, and the campsite is really special- tucked away on a hill with a gorgeous view of the stars. Laurie thought of everything, from providing water and firewood to a pit toilet that’s surprisingly nice, to fire pits and small tables and some seating, too. We were the only reservation for the weekend, so we had the hill all to ourselves. All in all a great stay! Would highly recommend :)