BYO tent and camp on the edge of our pasture, next to the shade of alder, cherry, and walnut trees. A 3 minute walk from parking, and you're in the middle of an area frequented by deer, elk, eagles, and more, with a clear sky for stargazing. Say hello to our chickens and turkeys along the way. Next to Taylor Mountain and Tiger Mountain, with miles of hiking and horse trails,
BYO tent and camp on the edge of our pasture, next to the shade of alder, cherry, and walnut trees. A 3 minute walk from parking, and you're in the middle of an area frequented by deer, elk, eagles, and more, with a clear sky for stargazing. Say hello to our chickens and turkeys along the way. Next to Taylor Mountain and Tiger Mountain, with miles of hiking and horse trails, hang gliding, rafting in the Cedar River. Close to tourist views of Snoqualmie Falls, and hiking at Mt. Si and Rattlesnake Ledge further up the road. We are building our homestead and arts retreat! 40 min's to SeaTac and Seattle. Far enough away to be quiet and peaceful. Expandable for larger parties on approval.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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Fresh eggs from our chickens. Turkey eggs also available.
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Camping at Hay Barn Creek, Hobart in Washington.
River, stream, or creek
The deer and elk come for the trickle of water at the edge of the hill.
Close to corner market and gas.
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It can't get more private than that
It can't get more private than that.
The fire pit, the tent area are all perfect.
There are blueberries and blackberries (while in season) all around the campsite.
Greg the owner is still working on building more walking trails to the creek which is located right under the campsite.
I'll come back here for sure.
Will definitely be coming back! Owner was very kind, the grounds were very private, enjoyed some wild blueberries and blackberries, and even saw an owl literally within 20 feet. I'll be sending photos soon. Great experience!
Secure homestead camping
Greg and Lori were very kind and welcoming hosts. The site included plenty of space to set up camp, a stone fireplace that worked out out great, and a nice wooded area nearby for extra solitude. The site is listed as a suburban setting, which is accurate. The campsite was very nice, but I was a bit surprised that it was within view of the owners’ house and the neighbors’ house a few hundred yards away. Overall, I’d recommend this for a very safe-feeling, non-remote getaway.
Not worth it
From the description and pictures, I thought this would be a nice, quiet place to camp. But when we got there, we realized we were staying in someone's backyard, essentially, and it was not well kept. Delapitated shed, and only a quarter of lights working on a string that was connected to their chicken/turkey coup, and it smelled kind of foul. They also had a bright spotlight at their house that diminished the whole feel of camping. The worst of it was we were told there was a toilet available, but in reality it was literally a make-shift teepee made out of wood boards and a tarp, with a bucket and a toilet lid. We ended up leaving before the sun fully set and went home. I had seen other actual campsites that were charging less and with an actual bathroom/port-o-potty at least.
The site had good privacy and an excellent view of the night sky for stargazing. We were able to see Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, & Venus with the naked eye. Greg was very helpful upon check-in. We would stay here again.