- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 3PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
No horses for rent must bring your own
Natural features you'll find at Camp Epona in Washington.
The vibe at Camp Epona
Places to see near Epona Horse Park
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Lovely property but please be aware that the tent sites are in areas where horses have been so the ground is not very level or smooth. There were also a lot of visiting dogs running free on the property so make sure your dog will be ok with that.
The GPS will want to tell you to turn a street early, but ignore it and use the directions from the host and you will find your way no problem. I was greeted upon arrival and given a tour of the camp ground and got the scoop on all the fun times to be had in the area. I ended up staying two nights, this place was so cozy and relaxing. Beautiful Crescent Lake is located right outside the property. I was surprised by just HOW CLOSE we were to Crescent Lake. It’s a pretty relaxing atmosphere out here, not a lot of tourists in the area either. You won’t hear a lot of boat noise or see a lot of boats out on the water either, it’s really nice.
If you are into kayaking or biking, there are plenty of spots to get your kayak in the water and miles upon miles of bike trails in the area. Plus if you have horses, there are horse trails galore out here! At Epona, you can bring your horse(s), there is room to put them and to park your horse trailer(s).
The property has an open concept little hangout building, equipped with a wood burning stove, tables, seats, a projector screen - so if you have a projector, bring it to wind down at night and play a movie with your friends. There is a nice spacious outhouse available with a little hand washing station on the property as well which is super nice. No shower, so wash up before your weekend outing! One of the hosts, Vicki, offers massages and craniosacral therapy- if you are interested in either of those services let her know ahead of time and she can add that into your stay. On the property, there is also a quant little walking trail around the pond.
The town of Joyce, which is located just a few miles down the road from Epona, has a little gas station, laundry mat, post office, and a general store. The General Store is super fun and had all kinds of little nicknacks that you normally don’t find. Just a fun little place to stop, especially if you want any drinks or snacks!
This isn’t so much a campsite as it is pitching a tent around someone’s barn with 2 houses 50 yards away. There were no designated campsites. You just picked a spot around the barn to pitch your tent. This means there is absolutely no privacy.
There was a rooster inside the rundown barn that started crowing at 1 am and didn’t stop the entire night. It made it impossible to get much, if any, sleep.
On the bright side, there was an outhouse that was in good condition.
GORGEOUS area!! Hang out under some cover and around a table at night, then wake up to the rooster and say good morning to the horses in the pasture next to you! All-around cute, homey, affordable, and friendly.
Private & perfect
Our stay was excellent. The site was perfect. The shelter/communal area was clean and comfortable. We had the place to ourselves! The pond was beautiful and the camp site was surrounded by tall trees!
Partner and I were just looking for a change of scenery and some peaceful, private outdoor hangs. Camp Epona provided exactly that. The hangout area is a perfect little covered space to spread out your camp kitchen. The grounds are nice and open. We were visited by a couple families of deer and the bird watching was great fun.
Would gladly return!
Great spot with the sounds of the frogs and birds. Very picturesque. Host communicated great. Awesome shelter area with coverage in case of rain. We used both the fire pit (in an old tub!) and wood stove. Easy to find. Check out Joyce’s General Store on your way in.
Camping was in a small field around a barn. It was a very nice setting and the shelter area is really convenient for cooking and just hanging out. Way roomier and more secluded than most of the normal campsites I’ve been to. I would definitely camp there again.