Pitch your tent in our back pasture or under a Douglas Fir and commune with our sheep, goats, chickens, and turkeys! While in a rural setting surrounded by an evergreen treeline, you'll be conveniently in walking distance of a pub, wine bar, several restaurants and cafes, a grocery store, and the amazing Saturday farmers market!
Bike or drive to hiking trails, lake swimming, and the beach. Take the free bus service to Langley or Coupeville to wander the adorable seaside towns and get a scoop of ice cream or find treasures in the boutiques and thrift stores.
Fresh goat milk, garden veggies, and u-pick fruit may be available during your stay.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Rural Farmstead Camping
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What a sweet spot! Quiet, private and rustic yet a walkable distance from a taproom, farm and garden shop, cafe, and doughnut house. Rinse your adventurous day off with an outdoor solar shower. Tour the property at sunset and watch the light fade behind the Olympics. Wake up early and visit the sheep, baby goats, chickens or walk through the garden. If you time it right, you might have the opportunity for fresh goat milk poured right into your coffee! If you don’t bring any coffee you can walk .02 miles to the local family owned Flowerhouse Cafe for breakfast or lunch. Plan to be there on a Saturday morning to catch the Farmers Market just down the street. We definitely reccomend this site for its location, scenery and kind hosts. Thank you Jenny and Kevin!
Kevin was great. Helpful and easy to communicate with. We never used the composting toilets, there were other people camped right there. We used the coffee shop down the street instead. The solar shower worked fine.
This was our first Hipcamp experience and it was so much better than we could have thought! Jenny and Kevin's property is beautiful and is in the perfect location (walking distance to a few restaurants, a taproom, and a winery and biking distance to lakes, Langley, and more). They go out of their way to make your camping experience as comfortable as possible, providing a solar shower, water, and even a camping stove. We'd recommend this site for anyone who wants to explore south Whidbey.
I booked this camp site the morning of our departure as soon as my 7 year old agreed to try camping in a tent. We (my 4 and 7 yo and I)heard back within an hour. We met Jenny and Kevin, who were very welcoming and showed us around their small farm. Jenny gave us directions to the nearest beach where we swam in a shallow sandy bay while the was setting. We then used the camp’s outdoor shower and went just down the road to the tap room for a late dinner. We got to sleep under a sky full of stars and echoes of goats bleating across the field. We awoke briefly to a an explosion? Somewhere in the distance, then again to the hoots of a wise old owl. Morning in he pnw comes fast, even faster with roosters to let you know about it. At this point some noise cancelling headphones or ear plugs (my only recommendation if you need to
Sleep in) could have kept the dreams rolling, but it was perfect because we stopped in at Whidbey doughnuts for breakfast and made the early Ferry back to the mainland. Would love to visit again! Thanks!