We are a family owned and operated Grade A dairy farm on Whidbey Island, committed to sustainable agriculture practices and the production of fine sheep milk cheeses and pasture raised lamb. Located on the lovely eastern coastline of Whidbey Island, our farm has been in the family for three generations. With forest, pasture, ponds and meadows, the farm provides a diversity of
We are a family owned and operated Grade A dairy farm on Whidbey Island, committed to sustainable agriculture practices and the production of fine sheep milk cheeses and pasture raised lamb. Located on the lovely eastern coastline of Whidbey Island, our farm has been in the family for three generations. With forest, pasture, ponds and meadows, the farm provides a diversity of high quality habitat for livestock and wildlife. Our family’s goals are to nurture the land, our family, and our livestock through the use of creative, sustainable farming practices and the production of high quality sheep milk cheeses and pasture raised lamb. The campsites are located near our cheesemaking facility, in the middle of our farm, and are large enough for several tents. There is a shared outhouse, fire ring and shower for everyone to use. No camp fires will be permitted during burn bans.
There is no direct access to the beach from our camp sites. You will find plenty of hiking, biking and accessible beaches nearby, such as Possession, Maxwelton, Double Bluff and Glendale Beaches, as well as a thriving new generation of farmers and farm products available. (Be sure to try ours!)
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Whidbey Island is surrounded by Puget Sound
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Puget Sound and local lakes
Natural features you'll find at Whidbey Island Sheep Camp in Washington.
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Amazing!! My girlfriend and I had to opportunity to stay here, and we couldn't be happier. After the beautiful ferry ride to the island, Lynn greeted us and quickly gave us a tour of the area. The farm has forest trees, pastures of sheep, and private beach access. Our camping area had running hot water, a sink and table for eating, a VERY clean outhouse, and a shower looking over the forest trees. There is a field for playing games, and a fire pit for evening relaxing. In the morning we were treated to fresh cheese samples from the farm, and we got to watch Lynn in the cheese making process. Such a cool experience to see a family so passionate about their land and their farm, we will definitely be back very soon!
Beautiful farm with access to quite beach. Campsite is very open - community feel. If you want something private this is not the campsite for you.
Running hot water for shower and sink. Outdoor shower is on a hill and you get to look out at the trees. Fitpit available but didn't see a grate to cook on.
Well maintained property. It's a great campsite if you're visiting whidbey!!
So, so lovely! As previously noted - 10/10! Our hosts met us as we pulled in and we're so hospitable and friendly! Wonderful people. Very nice open sink/kitchen patio, with hot water, even, and the outdoor shower! So nice to be able to do dishes with hot water, in their stainless steel sink. Better than any shared kitchen space we've seen. Even invited us to try their cheeses, though after normal hours. Every single one is AMAZING, and has been a treat to have along for the rest of our trip (so much yum - the spreadable ones make every sandwich heaven). Open parking space/small meadow clearing allowed ample space for 3 to 4 groups to feel private and separate. Our rooftop tent setup worked well here. Lots of trails and area to explore, with gorgeous water views. We can't wait to go back and explore more, and connect more with Lynn and her husband!
Peaceful camping with lovely animal and nature sounds. Composting toilet VERY clean. Shower very clean though hot water was hit and miss. Great dishwashing station. Very nice camping spot. The path to get to the beach was a little adventurous even for our teenagers, so we just settled in and relaxed instead. Wonderful hosts and stories.
If you're looking to a place to relax, beautiful walking and great local market I highly recommend this farm. But what makes really special is the care of the owners Stan and Lynn. I also did not expect to have an open shower that overlooks the trees...
Peaceful and quiet. Nice place to hole up while exploring the island. Hosts are friendly and gracious and have done a nice job providing a few creature comforts. Had a great time. Will come again....
Lynn and Stan's property is a wonderful homestead that provides a great weekend away camping experience. They both are fantastic people who love to share their property and life with others, they are inviting and very kind people...with amazing cheese.
The campsites are close to one another, and best used for a group. But, if you are okay being 50ft away from other tents, then it isn't a problem for you! It is really nice having your own table, running water, shower, and outhouse all close by. It's also great being close to Langley for a quick run to grab food or hang around town.
The absolute best part about this location is the beach. Not only is the hike down adventurous and beautiful, but we had the beach to ourselves for as far as you could see. That is nearly impossible to come by.
The pictures are accurate for the most part (it seemed like the photographer was more interested in taking pictures of his girlfriend than the property haha).
You should stay here, it was a great experience overall.
Lynn and Stan are wonderful, welcoming hosts. They keep a clean, smoke-free, family-friendly camping area that was great for my three young kids, my wife, and me. Our campsite was flat and grassy, making it easy to pitch a 6-person, freestanding tent. The outhouse was very clean with toilet paper provided, the outdoor shower and sink are really nice touches, and my girls fell in love with Billy the resident dog (who played fetch with them for about an hour). I highly recommend Whidbey Island Sheep Camp - we plan to return there in the future.
Oh gosh, this place is so dreamy! I did not want to leave. I could stay forever. This is a fantastic place to stay! Lynn and Stan are so welcoming and really created a lovely space to relax, explore, and have fun. We got to taste all of their cheeses and yogurt, and bought a small wheel of cheese for our dinners. The outhouse is the cleanest and nicest outhouse I've ever seen. The shower is magical, overlooking the forest. We were sad we didn't get to have a campfire due to a burn ban, but still enjoyed cooking over a camp stove and hanging around the campsite. It's a very open space, so not a ton of privacy if that is what you're looking for. There were a lot of kiddos running around, so it's a good space for families. The walk down to the beach is exciting and beautiful, and the beach is fun to comb and explore. So fun also to see the sheep, pigs, turkeys, chickens, etc and learn about them from the staff. I highly recommend this place to everybody! I will definitely be back again.