Hipcamp host Finney F.
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Stay in our mossy forest wonderland! We have over 100 acres, most of which is wooded and about 10 acres is a working organic farm. We have a wide range of heirloom vegetables, 75+ fruit trees, nearly an acre of heirloom (95 years old!) blueberry bushes, grapes, kiwi, strawberries, and much more. We may have farm fresh eggs for sale as well as organic produce. The forest itself

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Stay in our mossy forest wonderland! We have over 100 acres, most of which is wooded and about 10 acres is a working organic farm. We have a wide range of heirloom vegetables, 75+ fruit trees, nearly an acre of heirloom (95 years old!) blueberry bushes, grapes, kiwi, strawberries, and much more. We may have farm fresh eggs for sale as well as organic produce. The forest itself is lovely-something out of a fairy tale with lush moss, ferns, with large evergreen and deciduous trees.

Our land is nestled at the foothills of the North Cascades, with Finney Creek running through the land and emptying into the Skagit River a half mile away. You may swim in the creek or in the river, explore our land or a great hike to a waterfall just a few miles down the road. This is an excellent location as a home base for hiking, boating, hot springs, and even day trips over the pass into Winthrop. We are located just under 2 hours from Seattle and 90 minutes from Vancouver BC. The closest towns are Concrete and Sedro Woolley-there is a most excellent gluten free bakery nearby, an outstanding pizza parlor, a great Korean restaurant, and more.

We can accommodate larger groups, please feel free to message us. We have many years of experience hosting private and public events on this land, and have some infrastructure to support a wide range of needs.

We have a very limited number of  spots set aside for tent camping with drive up option, but if you'd like to camp near the creek or prefer a more private spot deeper in the forest we have many options to choose from. If a flat grassy area is more to your liking, we also have space available near to the gardens. If you do choose to camp in the forest or closer to the creek, we have a wagon and wheelbarrow which may be used to transport your belongings. Please note that the drive up sites are limited in number, and if this is a requirement for you it would be a good idea to contact us in advance to make sure one is available. If so, we can set it aside for you.

We have a 4 person per site limit, as  our sites are mostly in wooded areas with clearings suitable for a 2-4 person tent (a four person tent is usually about 9x7).  If you have a large tent, just message us to confirm that we can place you in a spot which will accommodate your needs.  For larger groups, just message us before booking as we can usually book several campsites near to each other to allow additional people.  Booking for big groups of 15+ is an option on our other listing. 

Because most of the sites are nestled in the forest under some really outstanding trees, we have only a few sites which allow campfires.  For sites without campfires, we do have a communal fire ring available, and you're always welcome to build a campfire on the beach at the creek.  

Camping with children? If you are traveling with one or two children age 6 and under, you do not need to pay an extra person fee.

Last minute booking? Because we have a range of spaces available, we prefer to greet guests upon arrival. We ask for at least 4 hours notice prior to arrival-if you would like to arrive sooner than that, please just message us to confirm that we are available to greet you before you book.

Long term stay? We offer weekly rates at a reduced cost! Have a large group? We also offer a discounted rate for groups! Contact us for information prior to booking.

Campsite area
Bring your own tents
No. of sites
8 bookable sites
Access
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to 4 people per site
Potable water available
Spigot
Fires allowed
Communal fire ring
Toilet available
Pit toilet
No pets
No showers
Bath in river or stream
Bins available
Compost bin, recycling bin, trash bin
No picnic table
No wifi
Have a question? Send Finney a message!
  • Check in: After 3PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Strict
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 8 months out
  • Weeknight discount: 20% off

Activities

Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Biking

There is a rural two lane highway nearby, but also some great logging roads for biking about a mile from our place.

Fishing

There are fishing openings for finney creek as well as the skagit river (we are located within walking distance of the skagit)....Read more

Hiking

We are located in the foothills of the north cascades and there are many local hikes. additionally, you may hike on our 100 ac...Read more

Paddling

The skagit, sauk, cascade, whitechuck, suiattle, and stillaguamish rivers are all within an hour drive-perfect for kayaking, ca...Read more

Snow sports

Snowshoeing and cross country skiing in winter!

Swimming

Swim in our creek, or down the road in the skagit river. additionally, some great swimming spots such as baker lake and lake sh...Read more

Whitewater paddling

The skagit, sauk, cascade, whitechuck, suiattle, and stillaguamish rivers are all within an hour drive-perfect for kayaking, ca...Read more

Wildlife watching

Terrain

Natural features you'll find at Forests, Fields, & Creek-Oh My! in Washington.

River, stream or creek

Finney creek runs through our land, and empties into the skagit river less than a half mile away.

Forest
Swimming hole

Places to see near Finney Farm

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Camano Island State Park
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Joseph Whidbey State Park
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Fort Flagler State Park
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Birch Bay State Park
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Fort Worden State Park
Fort Worden State Park
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Fort Townsend State Park
Fort Townsend State Park
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San Juan Island National Historical Park
San Juan Island National Historical Park
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Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forests
Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forests
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Kitsap Memorial State Park
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Lake Wenatchee State Park
Lake Wenatchee State Park
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Illahee State Park
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Blake Island State Park
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Scenic Beach State Park
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Pearrygin Lake State Park
Pearrygin Lake State Park
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Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park
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Saltwater State Park
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Olympic National Forest
Olympic National Forest
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Dash Point State Park
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Lake Chelan State Park
Lake Chelan State Park
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Belfair State Park
Belfair State Park
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Lake Easton State Park
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Alta Lake State Park
Alta Lake State Park
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Daroga State Park
Daroga State Park
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Conconully State Park
Conconully State Park
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Twanoh State Park
Twanoh State Park
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Penrose Point State Park
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Hipcamper Erinn
Erinn H.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
August 22nd, 2017

Finney Farm is an intentional community founded many years ago on the principles of "Earth First". Their mission is to educate about and celebrate all that surrounds us in the natural world. Their movement of "Food Not Lawns" is part of what inspired me to begin gardening, myself. Situated along the pristine Finney Creek, the forest is lush, offering a multitude of tent site options. I pulled my gear in (on a cart Jennie kindly provided me) about 100 yards to nestle next to a moss-covered cedar. Situated under a canopy of trees, the shade remains fairly constant with dappled light gracing the underbrush as the sun makes its move across the sky. An outhouse and hand washing station are a short walk away as well as a tent-covered cove of games and stoves to check-out, for free, and an honor system store of garden items available for sale. Chickens roam through protected sections of land where sunflowers stretch their smiley heads to the sky. This feels like sacred land, protected and loved, PERFECT for camping, taking a dip into the creek, and waking up early to appreciate the world alive outside of the tent. As a destination or stopover to or from the North Cascades, this is an ideal camping experience.

The tall, beautiful cedars provided a a stunning canopy.There are several spots along the creek deep enough for a refreshing dip.The tent site options are plentiful and BEAUTIFUL.Enjoy the honor system items available for sale.
Hipcamper Drew
Drew W.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
August 1st, 2017

The grass smelled sweet. It felt like a dream underneath my feet. We were welcomed in last minute with open arms. The camping spots are beautiful. The farm is lovely. I would highly recommend this place. Thanks again guys, I really hope to fall into this dream again.

Hipcamper Finney
Response from Finney, the Host, on April 30th, 2018

Thanks for the review! Great campers, would welcome them back anytime!

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Hipcamper Noele
Noele L.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
August 1st, 2017

Beautiful working farm with a variety of spaces in the moss forest and in clearings toward the farm, which are less shaded and private. We stayed in a forest area that was easy to drive up to and kept us cool during the hot days (as did the sprawling creek which was a short walk away). We kept remarking that the forest was something out of a fairy tale. I would suggest bringing a camping table as picnic tables are not supplied.

Hipcamper Finney
Response from Finney, the Host, on April 30th, 2018

Thanks for the review! Great campers, would welcome them back anytime! We are looking into getting some camping folding tables, different from the card tables we have available for loan. Thanks for the suggestion!

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Hipcamper Sahkiya
Sahkiya B.
recommends this listing.
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May 29th, 2018

The hosts and space were lovely! We planned a last minute, one night stay. The hosts had a stand with extra supplies (tables, chairs, stove, hula hoops, games, lanterns and more!) They even had organic seeds from their farm as a gift to take home, so sweet! The land itself is a shared community with farm, chickens, a dog and cat. Camping there was private even in the middle of everything, and when we had interactions they were always warm and welcoming. There were many things to do on the property and nearby. Beautiful land and people. Thank you Finney Farm! ❤

Hipcamper Crystal
Crystal F.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
September 4th, 2017

Was looking for an easy escape from the city and this place had everything I was looking for. Easy drive from Seattle. Check. Quiet and private feeling grounds. Check. Shade/tree covered camping spot. Check. Easy access to a swimming hole. Check. It was quite nice to have our forest camping spot with access to a large open field for star gazing. Didn't use many of the amenities but nice to know they were there. Would definitely recommend staying.

Hipcamper Finney
Response from Finney, the Host, on April 30th, 2018

Thanks for the review! Great campers, would welcome them back anytime!

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Hipcamper Chrissy
Chrissy N.
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September 12th, 2017

We absolutely LOVED our stay at Finney Creek Farm. Between lazing by the river, searching for secret swimming holes up the creek, the lush and private camping (walk-in camp at the creek trail! highly recommend!), and the warm and welcoming hosts. We truly couldn't have enjoyed it more. We felt like we tricked everyone with such gorgeous and private camping on what would have been a packed Labor Day Weekend anywhere else.
Pro tip: Bring a camping table, candles or fairy lights, and bug spray!

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Hipcamper Finney
Response from Finney, the Host, on April 30th, 2018

Thanks for the review! Great campers, would welcome them back anytime! We are looking into getting additional tables--more of a camping style than the card tables we have available for loan. Thanks for the suggestion!

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Hipcamper Meagan
Meagan M.
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September 17th, 2017

We loved staying here, a magical place to wind down. Even had cover during the rain!

Hipcamper Finney
Response from Finney, the Host, on April 30th, 2018

Thanks for the review! Great campers, would welcome them back anytime!

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Hipcamper Kelly
Kelly R.
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April 30th, 2018

Everyone was so friendly and welcoming, and we had a wonderful little spot nestled in the trees near the forest trail. We had a great time getting to know some of the animals, too! Finney Farm is an absolutely beautiful piece of land, and we felt so lucky to be able to explore it. Thank you!

Our cozy site!Exploring the forest.Just up the trail from our campsite.Our companion for the afternoon.
Hipcamper Finney
Response from Finney, the Host, on April 30th, 2018

Wonderful campers, would be happy to host anytime! Thanks for being understanding about the spotty cell service and patiently waiting for us to walk down to greet you. Thanks for visiting!

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Hipcamper Ramonah
Ramonah E.
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May 27th, 2018

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Property
Finney Farm
State
Washington
$40/night
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