Schierman Springs is a man-made private nature park on the Palouse. It is nearly 40 acres and has been in the Schierman family for four generations- 100 years in 2016. And it's still growing! It boasts private lawn camping, fire pit with seating, shaded camp site, abundant bird songs, dark night skies, ponds and a small stream, and centrally located to anything you could ever want to see on the Palouse. Bring a tent or RV to camp in.
Includes firewood, 3 game courts for croquet, horseshoes, kubb and bocce ball. Seasonal garden produce and pickled delights.
Schierman Springs is a great place for a camp reunion, groups of friends looking for adventure, families wanting to get their kids into nature, or a romantic get away to the "wild west". Tom Schierman also offers landscape photography tours in relatively unexplored places.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Schierman Springs
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This place is an amazing place to camp! Beautiful scenery and extremely private! We experienced some of the best hospitality we have ever come across anywhere! Tom & James, owners & our hosts, were friendly, personable, accommodating, and went above & beyond to make sure we were having a great time and that we had anything we needed. There was even a bowl of fresh vegetables (from Tom's) garden, a giant cooler of fresh spring water, and fresh flowers waiting at our camping spot when we got there. Overall, this place is wonderful. Thank You! We will definitely be back!
If you are looking for peace and quiet...Schierman Springs is exactly the place for you! Beautiful, serene and well kept. A pond, games, birds, it was all just so nice. James (host) was very friendly, greeting us with a great smile and lots of info about the property. We will be going back - it was hard to return to traffic, noise, and, well, real life. Thank you James! RL