We are a collective permaculture forestry farm. We have one main area near my house with power, water, shower, and amenities. Camping may be done in many places like in the meadow, the forest, on the trampoline, or on the cedar platform. Our land is stunning and has 2 streams. A 2 minute walk brings you to the local pub and market, trails, the bay, or salmon creek.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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Not what we were looking for.
This was our first attempt at overnight camping in our new camper and we ultimately decided not to stay and went home. The directions were confusing and the site was not what we expected and did not appear to have hook ups. It was raining so trying to figure it out to stay there in the rain was not worth the effort. The location is close to a lot of interesting places so if you are looking for a place to park a small camper to explore the area then it may well be a good choice...as a destination, it would not be what we would want. The host was responsive to our communications and I think he would have happily help us figure things out if we gave him a chance but it was simply not what we were looking for and we will try our first camping experience someplace a bit more a traditional like a state park.
Steve was very accommodating. If you want to stay with nice people in a funky place this is the one for you. But you have to be okay with a not so private composting toilet. We had fun in Port Townsend, Fort Flagler, and Sequim. All close by. My son loved bouncing on the trampoline. I liked the beautiful fire pit.
Too pricey for too little.
I like to lead with the positive, so I'll say that the firepit was nice and we enjoyed getting a hot shower in the morning. The 'campsites', however, were non-existent, unless you consider having lots of overgrown field (bordered by piles of building materials and other stuff) a site. Steve had recommended a place down about 100 yards from the parking area, but after getting nettle stings on our way to a non-level area that had never been used for camping, we opted to pitch our tent next to our car. I am a hippy/nerd and wouldn't have complained if the site were dirt cheap, but for $59 (with all fees added), I definitely was disappointed with my first Hipcamp experience.