Come and camp in our woods! We are on and acre, but there is a bird sanctuary to our back and an empty acre on our side. There are many visitors to our area, but lodging is pricey and can be crowded. We are happy to offer our quiet yard to you when you visit the peninsula. We are a five minute drive to thirty miles of sandy beach and a ten minute walk to the historic town of Oysterville. We have a primitive campsite, under the trees, that would be great to put up your tent/s. We do live here and are happy to make new friends, however, we will respect your privacy, too. You can hear the ocean at night, but can sleep soundly, since we are located on the tsunami evacuation area. *Please keep in mind that this area has a large bear population, so please follow bear safety rules like keeping food, trash, and other wonderful smelling things out of the camp area and in your car or the secured trash can. *Unfortunately, my site does not have an appropriate spot for rv's. .
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out
The vibe at Little Woods
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The campsite is in a wooded green area with a hammock and is very cute- I didn't end up staying there because there was a miscommunication issue on my part; I need/want to be right next to a site because I sleep in my truck. The parking area is above the site, although not very far. Nixy was very understanding and gracious. She refunded my money, which was quite generous of her; she did not have to do this. I think this would be a really cool place to camp/ hang out and I would recommend it to anyone. I did stay in the area and had a lovely afternoon in Oysterville (not very far from the campsite, a couple of miles I think) sitting on a bench overlooking a large marshy area listening to my audiobook and eating lunch with my dog. I would suggest a visit to Oysterville if you are in the area. It doesn't have any stores or restaurants except a specialty food store that doesn't have a lot, but it does have seafood. There's a row of historical houses that are very charming.
Nixy and her family were welcoming and generous hosts, we had a wonderful nights stay. The campsite had everything we needed and was just as advertised. We had a pleasant quiet evening and would absolutely stay there again. Thank you for the lovely night!
We enjoyed our stay at Little Woods. Nixy and her family were so welcoming, and showed us to the secluded site which they have outfitted with not only a dining area, but a portable toilet and a phone charging station! The area is quiet and peaceful at night - you can hear the sounds of the ocean even though its about 2 miles to the beach. Definitely worth the price for a chance to explore the more remote part of Long Beach Peninsula, which is dotted with small farms and great for antiquing and garage sale-ing. We would certainly stay at Little Woods again when we return!
Nixy's place is great! It's a quiet wooded spot on beautiful Long Beach. Easy to get to, and way more privacy than you could ever hope for on a public campground. I'd definitely go again next time I visit Long Beach.
We loved this little spot and felt so greatful to find a budget solution for my family to visit the Peninsula. Nixy was extra accomidating to my big family and my parents who came for one night. The preserve in the back is pretty and you camp under some big hemlock and sitka spruce. The stars were unbelievable and we walked around eating 3 kinds of wild berries. It was really nice that there was a table and chairs at the site as we forgot to bring some. The only thing I'd mention is the campspot is down a small hill from the car spot and it might be challenging to some people. But my dad walks with a cane and he did fine. The site is cozy and I liked feeling kind of protected from the blustery ocean.