Cabin is 12'x12' and was a former brooder house for day-old chicks from when this site served as a pheasant rearing farm for the state of Washington. One small window and one large sliding window, one door, two large expedition cots for placing mat and sleeping bag. Currently not electrified. You will have privacy on the south side of cabin. You will be on our trail system -
Cabin is 12'x12' and was a former brooder house for day-old chicks from when this site served as a pheasant rearing farm for the state of Washington. One small window and one large sliding window, one door, two large expedition cots for placing mat and sleeping bag. Currently not electrified. You will have privacy on the south side of cabin. You will be on our trail system - 2.2 miles on our property, but connecting by bike or foot to larger trail system in Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve. We are two miles east of Coupeville on Whidbey Island. Laid back, slow pace area. Shower and toilet in building within 60 yards. Access to free wireless internet.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Seasonal saltwater from beach about 3 miles away (salmon). Fresh water lakes within 15 miles in several directions (trout; one...Read more
Mt. Baker Ski area about 2.5 hour drive north.
Small waves at Fort Ebey seasonally - about six miles away.
On mainland - from three to four hours distant. Many options.
Multiple. We are in Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve. Our site has nesting owls, woodpeckers and countless other bi...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Olympic View Cabin in Washington.
We are minutes in a car from beaches on both sides of Whidbey Island.
We are an L shaped property with forests on both ends. The north forest has old trees, some over 400 years of age. Between th...Read more
Prairie, meadow, or plain
We have a remnant (old growth) glacial out-wash prairie that is in bloom from late March through September. Peak season is May...Read more
We have sheep (with lambs April-July) grazing in the fields. We also grow 30+ species of native plants and have vegetable gard...Read more
The vibe at Olympic View Cabin
Places to see near Pacific Rim Institute
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This site was such a wonderful pleasant surprise! There were two new camp cots in the cabin. The use of the main building kitchen for breakfast was a big plus...to cook our fresh eggs from the property! Robert is a great host and incredibly accommodating. We rode our bikes to the nearby forest and found some sweet little trails to ride. Would definitely come back to this place and excited to see what they grow it into!
There is a lot of potential for this location, and the owners are working hard to get it in great condition. If you are simply looking for a roof over your head and a bed for the night, this place is perfect. If you're seeking some more amenities like electricity and a more established cabin, you may want to consult the hosts to see if they have any cabins in shape for those requirements. Since they are actively converting the old pheasant houses into cabins, it's currently an ongoing task for them. Once the cabins are finished this site will be highly desirable. There are many activities to take part in such as games around the grounds, exploring the different learning centers on the properties and actively working for the farm if you so desire.
Pacific Rim Institute is doing amazing work restoring the native plants and prairie lands of northern Whidbey Island, with great community involvement too. If you get a chance to learn about the seed collecting they do, take it—it's very inspiring and your host Robert can share so much wisdom with you about the land and their work and how you can be part of it.
The location is great, so close to beautiful sites around the island, my favorite was Deception Pass State Park only 30 minutes away.
The cabins are great, nice comfy cots and very cool tiny house feel. The wifi is super fast, the showers are hot, and Robert creates an amazing experience for you to enjoy nature and learn about how to take care of it.
Simple and serene environment with a very welcoming host. This was a perfect place to disconnect. There is a beautiful walk through the forest nearby and historic Coupeville was an amazing discovery. Thank you!
We had a great time! Robert was a great host and made sure that we were comfortable. He was very flexible with our check in time and made sure to show us around and make us feel welcome. He even offered us some fresh eggs from the chickens and local honey.
Our stay at the Pacific Rim Institute was wonderful! We arrived a little later than expected on Friday due to sunny Seattle traffic, but Robert was communicative and Mosa was very accommodating. The cabin is a small space with no electricity, but we were able to fit 3 people and a dog comfortably. Robert offered chicken & duck eggs for breakfast, which were fantastic. The property is beautiful....we checked out the flowers in bloom on the prairie and watched the lambs play! My 4 year old daughter is already planning our next trip. Thanks for a great weekend!
The PRI hipcamp was beautiful,just the peaceful spot I was looking for. It was also an interesting experience. With friendly environmentalists all around willing to talk about the land- I enjoyed meeting everyone and the fresh eggs and honey made onsite was amazing. This is a working educational nonprofit and farm. Robert was easy to coordinate with for directions. He welcomed us and even offered us a BBQ to utilize with all the tools. We were allowed to use the fridge and coffeemaker in main house- both a godsend. The 12'×12' cabin was clean. They are still in early stage, electricity only in main house, but there was Wi-Fi. There are elements to the stay that still need smoothing out for ease of use, simple things, like putting in a hook or curtain to block out light or keeping guests informed if the water is going to be shut off prior to their check out time. In a row of cabins it is just one for now. Bring your own mattress pad. Despite some unique quirks, which are easy to iron out it was a delightful getaway and absolutely replenishing to walk on Ebey's Landing. The spot is a gem. And the people lovely.
Loved this unique spot on Whidbey Island! When we arrived we weren't quite sure which cabin to go to, but we found it and got settled in no problem. I loved hearing the rain and thunder outside and enjoyed feeling a bit away from it all.