Hipcamp host Alexia A.
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Pitch your tent in our beloved forest and stroll the trails through our four acres of woods or on nearby state trails.  Say hello to the goats, chickens, and rabbits.  Outdoor sink and shower have hot and cold water.  Spending 48 hours in a conifer forest has proven immune-boosting benefits that last all month, so come enjoy our living, breathing forest.  Our beautiful yurt


Pitch your tent in our beloved forest and stroll the trails through our four acres of woods or on nearby state trails.  Say hello to the goats, chickens, and rabbits.  Outdoor sink and shower have hot and cold water.  Spending 48 hours in a conifer forest has proven immune-boosting benefits that last all month, so come enjoy our living, breathing forest.  Our beautiful yurt means that you can sleep on benches around the campfire and never have to pack up a wet tent.

Campsite area
Bring your own tents
1 site
Up to 8 guests per site
Short walk
No ADA access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
No pets
Potable water available
Showers available
Picnic table available
Bins available
No kitchen
No wifi
Have a question? Send Alexia a message!
  • Check in: After 2PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Strict
  • On arrival: Go straight to camp
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 6 months out

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Hipcamper Brittany
Brittany S.
recommends this listing.
July 10th, 2018

This is a hidden gem in the middle of suburbia; a farm, amongst the beautiful rainforest, where a community lives together and grows their own food. But even with the community farmhouse, there's acres upon acres of rainforest, where we were secluded amongst wildlife, (we even spotted an owl family!) quiet serene spaciousness, and rest. Even in the depth of the forest, where perfect sites were carved out for campers, we had little to no bug contact and the summer day was like a cool spring morning. Absolutely loved this spot, and I know ANYONE would!

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Hipcamper Sid
Sid S.
recommends this listing.
July 16th, 2018

This was a very neat little farm to camp in. Our host was very nice, their animals were super cute, and even though we were camping on a farm, we stayed in a cute little woods so it felt like forest camping. We even heard owls and coyotes at night! (But it still felt very safe c: )

The facilities were also really nice! The outdoor showers had plenty of hot water, the outhouses were very clean, and they had a nice outdoor sink and cooking/eating area too. It was a wonderful place for us to stay near Seattle on our road trip.

Hipcamper Isaac
Isaac K.
recommends this listing.
June 25th, 2018

This was exactly what I needed. I would recommend this to anyone unless you need to park right near where you are camping. Very friendly staff, great location, the farm is really neat too. I will try to make it back and next time I plan to buy some fresh eggs and cook them outside for breakfast in the morning.

Hipcamper LORY
Lory F.
recommends this listing.
August 5th, 2018

This is a working, active farm community. Several people, including the host, live on site, and there is a CSA with people picking up from time to time. This is definitely our cup of tea.

Alexia and Daniel were very welcoming, and despite being very hard workers, never hesitate dto to stop and share a kind word. Previous reviews are stunningly accurate. This was a wonderful experience for my daughter's "going away campaway" before college.

The site is conveniently divided by a through-road between farm (farm!) and forest. Our site was the big one on a hill in the forest, easily adjacent to the small creek that runs through. There is an outhouse in the forest area, and several smaller sites suitable for two-person tents. By night , we were serenaded by fledgling barred owls and their parents, and during the day we got to watch titmice, black capped chickadees and at least three different species of woodpecker. Hot air balloon tours floated overhead every day.

On the farm side, you're welcome to meet and greet the animals and explore. There is another outhouse and a comfortable outside shower on the farm, as well as a kitchenette (camp stoves, pizza oven, ample sink, nice picnic table).

If you're into sustainability, whole foods and ridiculously idyllic bucolic settings, this is for you. Traditional camping activities on site would be limited to hiking and birdwatching, but this site is an easy drive to much more.

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Hipcamper John
John H.
recommends this listing.
August 11th, 2018

Some really cool people just living the dream!

Hipcamper Gunlis
Gunlis A.
recommends this listing.
October 2nd, 2018

What a wonderful location and congenial hosts. Alexia went above and beyond to make our stay memorable and relaxed. Close enough to the city yet, at a distance from the main road. The campsites are nestled in the woods among the evergreen trees directly adjacent to the farm. The path is well maintained and there are even small bridges which would provide access during the heavy rains of the shoulder seasons. The sites are just big enough for a two person tent so leave those 8 family models with screen porches at home! The campfire ring was a welcome reprieve from the chill of the fall evening. This is a working farm brimming with daily activities including classes and a plethora of farm animals. It was fun to see the squadrons of ducks waddle-by. The turkeys are very inquisitive and social. There is an outdoor kitchen with a Colman grill and running water to wash the dishes. Park out of the way (on the left in front of the old truck) as there are cars coming and going throughout the day. This will help the hosts. Overall, this was a great stay. We'll be back!

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Hipcamper Ben
Ben S.
recommends this listing.
June 16th, 2018

A clean old forest with the nicest host. A perfect overnight retreat. Thank you!

Hipcamper Se
Se L.
recommends this listing.
June 24th, 2018

This place was exactly what we were looking for. Not too remote. Having access to both a farm and woods was amazing. So great for our kids. Also, the outhouse was surprisingly not as bad as one would expect. Loved it!

Hipcamper Joshua
Joshua L.
recommends this listing.
June 26th, 2018

Very welcoming, private, and had everything I needed. Alexia was very friendly.


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