- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict (30 Days)
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Rancho Laguna @ Snoqualmie Falls in Washington.
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Love this place! We were the only campers on the property, so we had three acres to ourselves.
Animals everywhere! They have horses, donkeys, dogs, cats, rabbits, chickens, turkeys, peacocks and more so my 3 year old daughter had a blast meeting all of them.
The host (Tina) was awesome, she seemed genuinely excited to have us there and we can’t wait to come back! Would definitely recommend Rancho Laguna for family fun!
My wife and I had a great time camping on Tina's property! We were greeted by so many fuzzy friends and loved the beautiful setting nestled among the trees. There was a thunder and lightning storm during our stay and Tina kindly offered to let us stay in their trailer to escape the elements. Luckily, our tent is very waterproof and we were able to stay outside and enjoy sleeping under the stars.
We had a different kind of experience at Rancho Laguna. It is a working farm with lots of animals and lots of acreage. I would describe it as rustic. You will need to search out a tent space that is flat and clean. Many spots have poop from all type of animal. The bathroom is an outhouse and the water is a hose. I'm not sure if the towels were clean; as if they'd been in the rain and then dried. I needed to ask for soap. THAT BEING SAID, Tina and her daughter are very kind and generous. They're farm is for rescue animals. I'm certain their resources as far as money and labor are limited. You can tell they love the animals they care for and provide them all they need. They let my daughter and I ride their horses. We helped them water and feed them and we learned a lot as non-farmers. Their many dogs are so varied, but all are sweeties. Tina allowed me to take whatever I wanted from her garden and having been camping, I was grateful for some fresh fruit and vegetables! I recommend this place for animal lovers or families who want to see a way of life that is not about money or lookin' pretty. This farm is about love of animals in need and having a rich, self-sustaining lifestyle.
Tina was super welcoming and friendly. Her ranch is an amazing place with lots of nice animals. She offered to light us a fire at night and was a great host. Donate for a good cause too!
Relaxing, and so convenient.
Beautiful view, close to town, and a good camp host. It's the trifecta for someone looking for a quick, and unplanned, weekend by the campfire.
Also, based on the discussion I had with the host, it's only going to get better as she adds amenities.
Ok spot but not worth the price
Nice, no frills camp spot close to the falls and town. Really cute and friendly animals were wandering all over. However, I did not think it worth the $75 a night. The bathroom was quite far from the camp spot and really wasn't useable because it was full of spiders and cob webs. There are also a lot of trailers and a tiny house on the property. The lady in the tiny house was very rude to us when we arrived.