A more private and primitive campsite that is a 3 minute hike into the woods beyond the Farm campsite. You will need to park up by the farm and pack in everything you will need down the trail to enjoy privacy and peace in a tiny secluded forest meadow. A wheelbarrow can be borrowed to help carry back your camping supplies.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
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Sheep to Shawl
Learn about how we care for the wooly animals. See some hand made items from the farm's hom...Read more
Start your trip off right with a bundle of firewood waiting for you at your camp for your fi...Read more
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Anderson Island is 8 miles long with winding rural tree-shaded roads, gentle hills, and no stop lights. It's perfect for a bik...Read more
Anderson Island is located in south Puget Sound and boasts two fresh water lakes, as well as access to sea water for boating an...Read more
Whether you want to plunk your line into the lake to catch dinner, or set crab pots, Anderson Island is perfect for fishing af...Read more
Anderson Island Parks include many easy hikes, including two that lead to saltwater beaches. Check out this link for maps and ...Read more
Paddling is a favorite activity for visitors to Anderson Island. Enjoy casual paddling on the fresh water lakes, or test your ...Read more
Less than a mile from Four Ewe Ranch is spring fed Lake Florence's The Old Swimming Hole, Anderson Island's most popular place ...Read more
Eagles, hawks, and owls are frequently observed overhead. Birding and enjoying wildlife is a enjoyed by the island residents. ...Read more
Natural features you'll find at The Meadow at Four Ewe Ranch in Washington.
Hunt for agates on the rocky beaches of Anderson Island, or just enjoy the view. Anderson island is surrounded by the south Pu...Read more
Most of Four Ewe Ranch consists of wetland and forest where sustainable wildcrafting and foraging may be available.
Two fresh water lakes are located on the island. Lake Florence has public access at The Old Swimming Hole, which is within eas...Read more
The Old Swimming Hole on Anderson Island is less than a mile from Four Ewe Ranch. It provides 2 swimming areas and sandy beach...Read more
Part of Four Ewe Ranch is wetland that is protected. Please stick to the trails when exploring the woods so you do not inadver...Read more
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Anderson Island is truly special and has no public lodging so Four Ewes Ranch was truly a gift. But that it offered adorable farm animals, a very private campsite as well as a easy access one for us with less mobility, well, I am already looking forward to my next stay!
The tail to the meadow site ( think tiny!) has the delicious feeling that very few feet have stepped where you are going before you. Rich greenery are enlivened by the occasional wild rose, foxglove and blackberry plant. The rock ring fire area evokes pioneer days when this island was still wild and hardly visited.
If you opt to stay in the easy-access spot, you have the delightful view of 'the Watchman", a Llama-Alpaca hybrid that keeps his adorable eyes on you. A happy clutch of chickens and ducks toddle about and were quieter than I expected. As a bonus, the hostess has solar fairy lights, a pretty cafe table, a guide to the area and some fresh flowers waiting! And a fire pit and firewood to complete your experience.
What a great spot! It was fun to camp right by all the animals and be greeted by them when we arrived. The host was very gracious and accomdating. Anderson Island was also a great spot to explore. If you have kids, visit the swimming hole.