About Take a train to your tent!
Leave your gear at home and stay in our 10'x10' dome tent in the woods on beautiful Orcas Island! This spacious tent is equipped with 2 4" foam sleeping pads, hotel quality linens and down comforters, and pillows. Additional gear is available to rent by the day, including camp chairs, hammock, and butane stoves. All campsites come with a fire pit and picnic table. Our property features an antique working train on a 2-mile track, a petting farm with donkeys, goats and chickens, and expansive meadows and forest. Our Lobby is stocked with games, books, puzzles, and even a popcorn machine! The cute town of Eastsound is a 5-minute walk, as are beaches. Explore our property, go hiking at Mt. Constitution or Turtleback, take a whale watch tour, or just take a nap! All you need to do is show up!
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 10
- Accessibility: Walk to listing
- Campsite area: Bring your own Tents
- Check in after: 2PM
- Check out before: 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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This campsite is an awesome adventure and worth taking the extra time to explore all around as well as take the train that circles the property (it makes the voyage twice a day, at 10AM and 6PM as of this posting). The train won't be able to take you to every camp spot, but never fear - there are other ways to get to your camp spot! Read on ...
Cheryl and Barb were extremely hospitable and are true stewards of one of the remaining undeveloped farms in Eastsound, WA. This is car camping in the sense that you park your vehicle on the property, but you will have to either walk your gear in (they provide carts) or get a lift via golf cart. We loved it because there was NO light pollution from late-arriving cars, no noise and no car exhaust.
The walk to downtown Eastsound is ~10-15 minutes and things are so darned pretty it's no matter. If you are in that much of a rush, take your car but miss out on seeing all of the small-town sweetness up close.
We will be back. This place is magical!
We glamped out here in a very comfortable Bulb tent. The campground is really well setup with good amenities. The forest is lush. Barbara and Cheryl are lovely.
That said, during peak season, some sites may be very close together.