Pitch your tent, park your van or RV for dry camping (no plug-ins on this campsite) in a freshly mowed field bordered by forest, hiking trails, and a year around spring fed small stream. You will be about a block away from the main house and Reiki School. There are lots of hiking trails. We have an organic vegetable garden where you can volunteer
Pitch your tent, park your van or RV for dry camping (no plug-ins on this campsite) in a freshly mowed field bordered by forest, hiking trails, and a year around spring fed small stream. You will be about a block away from the main house and Reiki School. There are lots of hiking trails. We have an organic vegetable garden where you can volunteer to help work in the dirt. If you want amenities we two RV parking spaces which have fresh water and electricity, but you have to go to "RV Campsite/parking in Lewis County". Dry camping has a Porta-john nearby. We have chickens who lay natural eggs. Some of the people who come out here claim they have heard Bigfoot in the woods.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
There are trails that can be used for 2 wheelers and 4 wheelers.
Natural features you'll find at Reiki Ranch Camping in California.
The vibe at Reiki Ranch Camping
Places to see near Reiki Ranch RV Camping
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This was a great little private clearing. It does have a slope but there is enough flat space to park and pitch a tent. The host was very friendly and gave us a short tour of the property. It is tidy and she invited us to pick plums and strwberries. The spring fed water supply is great. I would recommend!
This seems like a very lovely campground. The hostess was so sweet in welcoming us with fresh apples from her tree.
Unfortunately we were unable to get Internet connectivity or phone service (certainly something that can be expected when camping remotely, but something that is worth knowing about before you arrive!) Since we work remote jobs and we needed the Internet, we had to leave. This was not the fault of the host or anything wrong with the campsite, just posting for informational purposes for future campers who might need to be connected while camping. (We use Verizon for Internet and Google Fi for phone service.)
We would love to return sometime and enjoy this lovely-looking place on a weekend when we don't have to work! When the hostess realized we had to leave, she even offered us a free night of camping sometime in the future. Excellent customer service.
My stay was so nice here. We had good conversations around the dinner table, then Taylore took me on a walk around the property. It kept getting better and better and I loved hearing the evolution of it all from her. So much work has gone into this place and it really shows. The campsite had a great little creek next to it, though there are about a million other places to choose from as well if you wish. This spot really showed off how great Washington is.