- Check in: After 12PM
- 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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Maps show all the trails on our 10 acres that stretches across the canyon.
A small wading area by the bridge over Deep Creek is refreshing and sunny.
Deer and turkey wander through the woods here. Owls, blue herons, ducks, red tail hawks and an occasional eagle make this land ...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Tent site with campfire & hammocks in Washington.
River, stream or creek
Deep Creek runs through the property year round. Little minnows and baby trout are fun to see. No big fish, though.
The vibe at Tent site with campfire & hammocks
Places to see near GAEA
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We had a perfect stay at GAEA. Jane is lovely and her land is magical. The campsite itself is comfortable, imaginative and thoughtful. Our only regret is that we don't live close enough to visit more frequently.
Want to stay longer next time!!
If you are looking for private, unique, awesome and clean amenities, sweet and attentive host, forested and pine needle carpeted, just outside of Spokane and close to the Green Bluff farms and orchards and the national park, STOP. Just book this adorable place. Seriously.
Jane’s husband was busy adding a stable and study wooden tent platform when we arrived. His amazing handy work was shown all over the area. The bathroom (nice smelling saw dust + bucket + seat) and outdoor shower areas were so well built, quirkily decorated, and carefully maintained daily. There were log benches and safely crafted fireplaces.
The posting and pictures do not do it justice. There is wood that they prep for you But it was easy to find kindling and dry bark. They have a grill to cook on top of the campfire, they have two long roasting forks, towels, shampoo, conditioner provided, the trees had convenient areas to hang things off of, quite private. There’s a house nearby but sounds like it’s been empty for years.
There was a bit of a walk up but they also had a handy road that you could drive up to make unloading easier! There’s a yurt nearby and a teepee but enough space and trees covered us.
In the morning we found out there was a burn ban so Jane actually brought us a cute basket of yogurt and granola and peaches for breakfast!
Noise and animal wise, we did hear an owl in the distance. We chuckled when startled by two dogs on the far left and right of us wishing each other good night... the flies and crickets seemed excited for us be there but there were barely any mosquitos.
The site itself is not in their backyard but across the road in the property from them. There’s privacy but they are also easily accessible. There’s also a creek and sauna and trails and so much to do just on their property. She actually left us a handy drawn map of the space.
Seriously, more pictures of the map of the bathroom and largeness of the space would help you I understand why we were impressed with the quality of the design and upkeep!
Thank you Jane!
Happy camping all!