There are 2 campsites on the property. One is located in the SE corner, under the White Oak Grove, and the other is on the NE edge of "The Park". We have sheep, a goat and horse that roam the property as well as a few head of cattle on our pasture. To the East of the site is Observatory Hill with loads of trails. You might even catch a glimpse of the red-tail fox who hangs a
There are 2 campsites on the property. One is located in the SE corner, under the White Oak Grove, and the other is on the NE edge of "The Park". We have sheep, a goat and horse that roam the property as well as a few head of cattle on our pasture. To the East of the site is Observatory Hill with loads of trails. You might even catch a glimpse of the red-tail fox who hangs around our property.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
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Since we are just on the other side of city limits, everything is very close to the property. Bring your bike and take a little...Read more
There is a boat ramp at the Maryhill State Park less than 15 miles away. There is also boating available along the Columbia River.
The Goldendale area offers some of the finest freshwater fishing in the lower 48 states. It is truly a fisherman’s paradise. Le...Read more
There are many trails on Observatory Hill which has direct access on the back of the property near the campsites. You can also ...Read more
There are two horse arenas that I know of in Goldendale: B-C Mello at http://www.bcmelloarena.org/ Cross Winds Ranch which you ...Read more
The Columbia River, Horsethief Lake, and many of the smaller lakes, streams, and roadside ponds provide endless opportunities f...Read more
The Columbia Gorge is know for Kite Surfing and Wind Boarding. Make us your destination and head out to Lyle, Bingen or Hood Ri...Read more
Less than 5 miles away is the Broken Boulder Farm that hosts the World Extreme Rock Crawling Series in August. Eddieville Motor...Read more
Head over to Horsethief Butte in the Columbia Hills Historic State Park for climbing & hiking. https://www.outdoorproject.com/u...Read more
The Little Klickitat is close as well as State Parks that have daily access to swimming on the Columbia River.
Both the Klickitat and White Salmon rivers provide excellent whitewater rafting and kayaking, and boast several Class V rapids....Read more
The Goldendale Observatory is one of the largest, most accessible public telescopes in the nation and it is in our backyard! Pl...Read more
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Sarah is a great host. We were her first Hip Campers. Lots of wonderful animals to camp with. Horses, goats, sheep, bunnies, cows! Nice location and great hiking above the ranch.
It was really great. The site felt private enough so we could really stay away from crowds and had all the amenities we needed in Goldendale and nearby. Several swimming and paddle boarding options. The star gazing was incredible at this location. We also appreciated the lunch table, stumps for kids to play on, and shady oak trees. The hosts were very welcoming and responsive. We even got to have s’mores which is a must for the kids when camping. Thank you for a fun visit along the Columbia!
Sarah was great! She was very welcoming and fun to talk to. It was also fun to interact with the animals. She had water and a picnic table set up too. However, when we arrived, the most level spot to set up a tent was being watered so we had to set up on a bit of a hill which led to a somewhat uncomfortable night. But, other than that, it was a beautiful spot with good access to the Columbia River Gorge.
We had the best experience at Dream Acres Homestead! Cannot recommend it enough. The adorable animals, the beautiful, peaceful property. Sarah was so accommodating and interesting to talk to. We especially love the goat, Graham Cracker. We stayed in site #1, which is beneath a little grove of oak trees all the way across a pasture from the house. There was a picnic table and two tree stumps that were perfect little tables since we were trying to stay socially distant from one another. Beautiful sunset view behind Mt Adams from the edge of the property. Hoping to visit again one day!