- 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
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Take advantage of these offers available to add to your trip to Rustic Tipi Experience
Start your trip off right with a bundle of firewood waiting for you at your camp for your fi...Read more
$10 guided walking tour of GAEA
Maps of our land, history and special sites Labyrinth, swimming hole, trails to top of ca...Read more
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
We live on a gravel road, but we see bicycles go by often.
We supply a trail map for the 10 acres we steward
Great Horned Owls have a nest nearby, turkey and deer traverse the property, we see occasional moose, and hear the crazy funny ...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Rustic Tipi Experience in Washington.
You can wander the trails among tall pines and dense beautiful firs.
Mesa or canyon
We are in a sunny canyon.
River, stream or creek
Deep Creek runs underground upstream and purifies the clear water that runs through the property.
Shallow, kid friendly creek, spring-fed, with minnows.
We have chickens and fresh eggs!
Parking is off-road and nearby. Wheelbarrows are available. A little donkey is in the imagination. 🐴
The vibe at Rustic Tipi Experience
Places to see near GAEA
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Far out! in style
Jane and John have meticulously created a wonderful, private retreat space to enjoy the outdoors with just the right amount of comforts. Pamper yourself in solar heated running water, private shower, sink and composting toilet at the Far Outhouse very near by. Use the fire pit, stocked with the essentials, picnic table and chairs with readily available hose and spray nozzle to safely bask in the glow and warmth of a wood fire. The total privacy is well planned. The Tipi, up on the hill, is a short walk from the other sites but you won't see their camps. Set next to the twisted old growth pine tree, built from natural materials and well constructed, the Tipi feels authentic in every way. Inside, you have the comforts of "wall-to-wall" carpeting over a bed of soft pine needles with native wool blankets for a comfortable place to lay down. Soft candles, fresh water and cups await on a small wooden night stand when your ready to meditate, relax or drift to sleep to the sounds of the forest.
Staying at Jane's was such a magical and special experience, highly recommended. Jane was very easy going and helpful as we ended up staying an extra night in the tent camping spot. The land is beautiful and her and her partner have done an incredible job making it feeling welcoming yet undisturbed. If you're in the area (or not) I would recommend a stay at GAEA.