Camp at the base of the Blue Mountains in the beautiful Touchet River valley on the Lewis and Clark trail. Walking distance to trout and steelhead fishing. A short drive to boating, hiking and skiing. Wildlife viewing from camp. We offer our own sustainabily grown berries, produce, farm fresh eggs and hand made soaps, lotions and oils at our farm stand. Visit our local museum “The Bruce House” or take a stroll down Main Street.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
The vibe at Hipcamp at Homestead Farms
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The homestead is a nice and convenient property. It's located right off of highway 12 and very easy to find. The property is a large plot of land with rolling hills in the background.
Debra and family have set up a beautiful outdoor kitchen space for use by campers. I made breakfast there but they even provide some continental breakfast type of supplies. Other conveniences of the property include wifi, if you're trying to squeeze in an afternoon work session.
The camping area is either in the front yard or back yard behind the house. The front is where I set up my tent - shaded and breeze area but also close to the road and house so you're not very secluded.
Between gardening and running a fruit stand/shop out front there always seems to be something going on at the homestead - lots of family around!
This was our first Hipcamp so not able to compare. The camping is out on a large field, we were offseason and weekday and had place to ourselves. We were in a camper van which works well in this Hipcamp. Host Debra was accommodating and provided some yummy giant blackberries for breakfast. She also sells useful glassware in her office. Tip: be sure to read and understand porta potty instructions before use. Overall recommended! Be sure to check out the Lewis and Clark metal cutout art installation (?) near Dayton. Also great road biking right from the Hipcamp up Middle or Lower Waitsburg roads down to Walla Walla.