Trillium is our most secluded site. 1000' from the nearest site at the end of a grassy road, this camping spot is outfitted with rustic table and fire pit with cooking grill. This site also has a camp box containing basic details about the farm, local restaurant menus with addresses and some things to do while in the area. You will also find a travelers log book where camper
Trillium is our most secluded site. 1000' from the nearest site at the end of a grassy road, this camping spot is outfitted with rustic table and fire pit with cooking grill. This site also has a camp box containing basic details about the farm, local restaurant menus with addresses and some things to do while in the area. You will also find a travelers log book where campers are welcome to read and add their story! LED lighting is provided for additional light as well as campfire roasting sticks. Two rustic log benches are ready to keep you comfortable next to the fire.
Site includes Porta-loo in a privacy tent with toilet paper and is located 30' away for privacy.
Lots of birds, lots of animals. Fall asleep to hundreds of frogs croaking, listen to coyotes in the distance, or get a serenade from "Hooty" our resident Owl.This site can support two 4-person tents, 2 small tents or is well suited for hammocks or even both! Drive up access is available for unloading with site parking 50' away.
(NOTE passenger vehicles only at Trillium, large vehicles such as RV's or trucks with campers must park 1000' away due to overhead and road width restrictions)
Malaney Creek Farm has miles of trails with trail-head signs to keep you pointed in the right direction. Our trails are great for hiking, mountain biking and perfect for a pet walk. Lots of foraging opportunities year round. Secluded and quiet with a private gated entry. Less than a mile down the road is public access to Spencer Lake so bring your water craft, paddle boards and kayaks along! (Washington Discover Pass Required at lake)
A short walk to a day use area and you will find a large grassy field with picnic tables, games and hammocks to relax on.
There are lots of seasonal foraging opportunities on the farm from mushrooms to berries, nuts and floral greens. Year round campers are welcome to visit the chicken coop near the main house and pick a couple eggs for your breakfast (not available when birds are nesting to hatch eggs).
We give our guests their privacy. Just check in at the main house, we will show you to your site and leave you be to recharge your batteries with peace and quiet.
Malaney Creek Farm is motorcycle friendly and is a perfect stop on your dual sport/adventure bike tour!
We reserve the right to dis-allow campfires during fire season. Starter firewood is provided to get you going. Foraging for firewood is allowed.
Private entry to camping area via the main farm entrance. Please advise us if you are pulling a trailer. We have an alternate entrance for RV's and campers.
Booking is set by request which requires a 48 hour notification. If you find you have passed the 48 hour booking notification and this site is showing as available please don't hesitate to contact us. We just need a heads up you want to stay with us so we can have your site prepped prior to arrival.
5 minutes from convenience store, lakeside restaurant, roadside burgers, and local bakery featuring specialty wines and cheeses.
PLEASE NOTE THIS SITE ONLY AVAILABLE FOR FRIDAY SATURDAY OR SUNDAY ARRIVALS. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO VISIT US DURING THE WEEK OR STAY LONGER THAN 3 DAYS PLEASE CONTACT US. We are a small farm and just need to make special arrangements for your stay.
Fire rings provided. Firewood available onsite for $5 per bundle.
During wildfire season we provide a propane fire pit. If you do not have a propane tank we have them available for $15. IF YOU REQUIRE A PROPANE TANK PLEASE REQUEST ONE AT THE TIME OF BOOKING! CASH ONLY ON ARRIVAL.
Be sure to check out our FB page or website for more information and current activities!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Trails are open for mountain biking activities.
Access at nearby spencer lake
Public access to fishing from the shore of Spencer Lake is 1 mile down the road. Public access to fishing from a dock on Puget ...Read more
Trails are open for hiking activities. MCF is 20 minutes from Olympic National forest access and 30 minutes from Olympic Nation...Read more
Bring your horses and camp out! Trail system is open to horseback riding. MCF does NOT have horses avail for use.
Bring your kayak and put in at nearby Spencer Lake or just a few miles further for Puget Sound access!
47" maximum width
Swimming available at the nearby Spencer Lake public beach access.
MCF is home to a variety of wildlife depending on the season. Birds, Owls, Deer, Bobcat, Coyote are just a few of what can be s...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Trillium,124 Acre Farm Wetlands in Washington.
Terrain ranges from Forest to Wetlands and open grass fields.
Public Access to Spencer Lake less than a mile away!
The vibe at Trillium,124 Acre Farm Wetlands
Places to see near Malaney Creek Farm
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
We had such a wonderful time! Our site was very private and it was great to have a few days away from everything! The site itself was equipped with a few benches and a small table, perfect for food prep or card games! Tracy also was kind enough to provide a propane fire pit, so we were able to enjoy the campfire ambiance, even with a burn ban! The property also has a fun community area with lawn games and hammocks, which were a fun afternoon activity! Overall, we really enjoyed ourselves and would highly recommend this campsite!!
Great camping location. Check in was quick, and we received a brief overview of the site, the trails around the property. Campsite was stocked with firewood, and some misc. supplies for camping, such as game cards, nature books, etc.
Hosts were very nice, and were available for any needs we had. Common area was very large, and had many games and activities available. We will definitely be coming back when we are out in this area again!
This place was beautiful! We were happily greeted by Tracy and her husband who jumped on a 4 wheeler and let us to our site. It was so remote and so well maintained we couldn't believe it! There were twinkle lights, hammocks, a table, benches, and a great flat spot for our tent. We weren't able to use the fire pit because of the fire ban going on right now, but Tracy let us use a propane pit for no extra charge! There were lots of cool trails, all private, for us to explore with our two dogs. We had an amazing time and definitely want to go back. Note- bring good bug spray and some citronella candles, the mosquitos really come out at night!
This place was so lovely! The campsite was very secluded, tucked back in the woods on beautiful tree filled property. The site had everything we needed and even a propane fire pit to use during the burn ban. We weren't expecting to be able to have a fire and it was an awesome surprise.
I wish we would have had more time to check out the trail system and the campground common space.
Tracy was awesome and very communicative before our trip. They were there at the gate to meet us and lead us to our site when we arrived. Overall a great place to stay; we'll definitely be back!
I could not speak more highly of this place and our experience there. It was truly amazing. Our hosts showed us true hospitality. We will be going back again! It was an incredible experience and exactly what we needed.
Great camping area
This was such a great experience. The hosts have put a lot of work into providing the best and most private camping spots. I can't believe I wasted so much time at public campgrounds and even dispersed camping over the years. I had an awesome experience at the farm and will definitely come back.
Perfect first camping experience!
We had a great time here! Our group booked all the campsites so we had it to ourselves all weekend. There was a propane fir pit for hot dogs and smores, a tarp that kept all the debris away (and also provided some nice shade to sleep under), lawn games, fresh eggs, and Tracy even took us foraging. We got fresh hazelnuts, a variety of berries and even chanterelle mushrooms, which we sauteed with butter for dinner. The sites are very clean, the trails are well maintained and fun to walk on, and there’s a portapotty if you prefer to use that. We had a wonderful weekend and have added Malaney Creek Farm to our annual group activity!