Pitch your tent (or hang your hammocks) in a peaceful grove of fir trees and gaze out over the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Campsite is at the top of the hill with views of our orchard, beehives and rolling pasture (complete with 2 baby doll sheep). Look a little further, and enjoy stunning views of the Strait, shipping lanes and Victoria BC (especially neat to see at night).
Pitch your tent (or hang your hammocks) in a peaceful grove of fir trees and gaze out over the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Campsite is at the top of the hill with views of our orchard, beehives and rolling pasture (complete with 2 baby doll sheep). Look a little further, and enjoy stunning views of the Strait, shipping lanes and Victoria BC (especially neat to see at night). Sit around the fire ring and enjoy the quiet views or use as a home base for exploring the Olympic Peninsula's thousands of hikes and the great local shops and festivals of Port Angeles. Accessed by a private road with no houses, so motorized traffic is very rare. Park your car (or small camper) right off the road and the site is only about 30 feet away. There is a group of houses on the other side of the road but is mostly screened by trees. Drinking water is on site as well as rainwater (non-potable) for fire dousing.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Ravensong Retreat in Washington.
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Driving directions were good. Site was on a hill so that was a bit of a challenge. There was not really a good site to put a tent on flat ground. Views were nice though. Firewood provided was a big plus as well as bins for landfill & recycling!
Had a nice two nights camping here. The host left us a jug of water, firewood, and had trash/recycle bins for use. Great location close to Port Angeles! Definitely a small site, but easily accessible and quiet. We had a three-person tent and had to use the lower tent area, which is on a hill, but it wasn't too bad. Great time!
Possibly the ultimate spot to camp if you're looking for a quiet, no fuss experience.
We arrived, walked down a well marked path to a firepit. Around the fire area are several flattened areas to set up tents. Buckets were provided for trash/recycling. Firewood was provided. Logs for sitting were already positioned perfectly! We never personally met the host, but communication online was very easy (honestly, it was a pretty perfect system for us).
The campsite overlooks water in the distance (we could see large cruise ships headed out to sea), and closer there were some sheep at the bottom of the hill.
Being near Port Angeles, it's also a very convenient location for visiting everywhere in the Olympic National Park - which is probably the biggest advantage of this location. A very pleasant experience all around. I'd absolutely visit again!