Langley, Washington ~ on the south end of Whidbey Island, sits a waterfront village that enjoys a small-town atmosphere within an hour’s journey (including the car ferry trip) from urban Seattle. This one-square-mile town’s signature characteristics include a quaint, yet trend-setting downtown with stunning gardens, seasonal tourism and energy from visitors, a deep pool of r
Langley, Washington ~ on the south end of Whidbey Island, sits a waterfront village that enjoys a small-town atmosphere within an hour’s journey (including the car ferry trip) from urban Seattle. This one-square-mile town’s signature characteristics include a quaint, yet trend-setting downtown with stunning gardens, seasonal tourism and energy from visitors, a deep pool of resident artists and performers, artisans in nearly every medium, farmers, community involvement in local government, festivals, beaches, forests, pocket parks, a 250-seat performing arts center that presents local as well as world-class entertainment, a vibrant marina, and an eclectic food scene–with a population of approximately 1,050. (stated beautifully on its website)
Just 6 short miles from this village… sits a different kind of village…a village for healing. Its sits atop a hill, up a dirt road where you will find a red, white, and blue farmhouse. A place where grief is honored… no matter where you are in it or how much time has passed.
A space that I created when my husband left his earthly body. A space to feel all the feels, a space of stillness, a space of peace. A space to heal what was broken. A space to dream a new dream. That dream is to build a sanctuary of love, acceptance, and healing!... A space for festivals, retreats, and classes of all modalities of healing.
The first step in making that dream come true is opening up my property for all to enjoy and infuse the land with energy of happiness and love! Cause who doesn’t love camping! 😊 There will be several setups for glamping… where basically you just show up with food and whatever else you might need... and the lodging is covered…. Think camping without the set-up OR tear down! (See Pictures)
There will also be several DRY CAMPING spots for RV’s/Trailers/Tiny house to pull in and go play. These will not have any hooks up. We will have a port a potty on property for campers use.
Campers will have access to a private beach w/boat launch. Feel free to bring small boats or kayaks – Great place to launch and go fishing, crabbing or just enjoy a day on the water. The beach is sandy and full of treasures!
I look forward to having you at my little slice of heaven! This is my home, so let me introduce the characters of Tigerlily’s Farm! As you will see all of us milling about with our daily lives.
Peter Pan (Brian)
Lost Boy (Patrick)
Our dog (Luna-Tuna)
Our Cats (Fluffy, # 5, and Branchy)
Our Chickens (Blanch, Love, Grady, Bonnie, Clyde….) Fresh eggs for breakfast! Well not just yet... but soon! Maybe you will see the first!
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict (30 Days)
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
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Peaceful and relaxing stay
We were looking for a place to get away for the weekend, but all the state parks were booked. So I googled camping on Whidbey and came up with Hipcamp. We were looking for a place that allowed multiple dogs, most places limit to 2. We have 3 lab mixes, and two are seniors. I came across this place, and after a week of exchanging questions, we booked. Unfortunately it looked like our upcoming weekend was going to be rainy. Shelly reached out and asked if we would like to postpone our trip to another date. This was totally unexpected, but we were grateful as it's not so fun camping with three wet dogs!
We rented site 1, Pixie hollow and we were surprised at how large the site was. We were greeted by Shelly who had lit a fire in the fire pit. The tents were huge, with large beds. One had a king regular mattress and the other had two queen aerobeds. We asked if one of the aerobeds could be removed. There is room on this site for you to bring your own tent. Each bed was fully furnished with bedding, and Shelly brought more blankets for us. There were lights both in and outside the tents, with a nice large rug outside the tent. Colorful lights line the fence, and were magical at night. Shelly also said that if they bothered us that she could turn them off.
A table and large umbrella was onsite, with a nice battery operated lantern which was useful since we wake up early. There was a fire pit with comfy chairs and separate cup holders. Also a double ottoman (although the cushion was removed).
We also had access to the private homeowner's association beach! Only a five minute + walk, and you could drive your motorized boat or non-motorized boats down (we brought our outrigger canoe). Tides were low in the morning, so I was able to take our lab Sylvia down for a walk, and chasing the ball into the surf and down the beach. Be careful of sinking sands, soft wet areas. That meant we couldn't go down the beach too far, maybe a quarter of a mile.
Light traffic on the main road, and side roads meant that we had a lot of places to walk.
We did miss the sunsets though, as it looked like it was cloudy so we didn't make our way down to the beach. Then suddenly the clouds parted and you could see the sun! Next time we will travel down to the beach to watch the sunset.
A special treat, including meeting Shelly, Addy and Luna (the black lab) was the demonstration of large bubbles! It's hard to explain and you have to see it yourself. Wonderful as the daylight fades.