I love dogs, and hate having to tie them up at state parks. Here is your dream camping spot. I have a total of 10 acres on Whidbey Island (My home is slightly visible from camping sites) with lots of room to play on the lawn with a stacked stone firepit in the center. Around the firepit are several different spaces for tents along with a netted awning with tables for cookin
I love dogs, and hate having to tie them up at state parks. Here is your dream camping spot. I have a total of 10 acres on Whidbey Island (My home is slightly visible from camping sites) with lots of room to play on the lawn with a stacked stone firepit in the center. Around the firepit are several different spaces for tents along with a netted awning with tables for cooking and eating. A cooking tripod and grill is also available for the open fire. The camping area is open, but I will not book more than 3 tent sites at a time (max 4 persons per site), for your privacy.
Your pet can roam free here as long as it is friendly with other guests. There is a large fenced exercise pen just a short distance away if they are prone to running away. Your consideration in cleaning up after them is required.
This clearing sits in the middle of my acreage and can accommodate several different tents and scenarios. If you have a larger group, just contact me first for availability, and you can pitch additional tents.
The camp site is only 7 miles from the Clinton Ferry and about 4 miles to the beautiful (off leash) dog park at Double Bluff beach. Short walking trails are located on the property or many more can be found only a few miles away at Putney Woods and Saratoga woods. You can launch your watercraft at the marina in Langley or rent kayaks and paddleboards from Whidbey Island Boats and Board's to be delivered to any launch site on the island. The Saturday farmers market at Bayview and the Sunday farmers market at Tilth are practically in your backyard. Check out the wineries in this area for a real treat!
Location, location, location! The south end of Whidbey island has many trails, beaches and shops and wineries to explore. Unfortunately this is also a curse as Hwy 525 is about 2 football fields away and some road noise is heard, though it is heavily blocked by the terrain.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
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Large bundle of wood for firepit.
Standard hard plastic cooler. Soft sided cooler available also.
Thermarest air bed roll
Automatically fills with about 3/4" layer of air for a softer nights sleep.
Stainless Coleman 2 burner stove
2 burner stainless steel propane camp stove. Hook up to large or small propa...Read more
Small Propane cylinders
Small propane cylinder for tabletopBBQ
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Lone Creek Camp #2 in Washington.
Heavily wooded parcel with one main clearing. Short walking trails throughout the property.
The vibe at Lone Creek Camp #2
Places to see near Lone Creek camp
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Great camping experience!
Warm and inviting host welcomed us upon arrival. Lovely camp with just the right amount of privacy while allowing us to interact with fellow campers. (4 camp sites). Farmers markets and local amenities abound. Enjoyed our experience and strongly recommend to others looking for a nice place to relax while maintaining the social distancing guidelines we have become all too familiar with the summer.
Great whidbey site!
Lone Creek Camp was a wonderful place to stay for a night. The assistant, Travis, was welcoming. Our campsite was marked with our name written on a sign. It was fun to have many dogs running around, and they were all very friendly. It was a plus to have a place to was dishes, a port-o-john, and potable water. And, Whidbey is a great place to be!