*COVID-19 UPDATE* - in this strange time we are prioritizing safety by reducing our available sites to the one further away from the house. We will be hosting only one group at a time and allowing enough time in between each visit to allow for proper cleaning and for any viral load potentially present to die down so you can feel confident of your safety during your stay.
*COVID-19 UPDATE* - in this strange time we are prioritizing safety by reducing our available sites to the one further away from the house. We will be hosting only one group at a time and allowing enough time in between each visit to allow for proper cleaning and for any viral load potentially present to die down so you can feel confident of your safety during your stay. We are trying to set up any accommodations or requests (like firewood or BBQ utensils) ahead of arrival to reduce contact. Our bathroom is still well stocked with toilet paper and hand sanitizer, as well as a foot pump hand sink and soap. Come and unwind with us.
50% DISCOUNT ON THE WEEKNIGHTS....Skip the crowded campgrounds and stay with us instead! We are a family of 3 (Ben, Lauren, and Odie) working on building a permaculture farm. We have nice sunsets above the treeline and on clear nights, the stargazing is "out of this world" (get it?) We now have a composting toilet and fire pit up and running for your "business" and pleasure (see what I did there?)
There is a discreet, steep and narrow footpath down to the shallow river with small waterfall where you can splash around, try to catch a fish and view wildlife. We have signs to direct you to the path down. If you have a camper or RV please check out our RV spot listing.
Our 20 acres is located outside the city limits of Hoquiam, WA (about 8 curvy but accessible mountain miles/20 minutes from town.) We are about 30 minutes from the ocean beaches (Ocean Shores to the North and Westport to the South to name a couple.) 30 minutes to the Olympic National Forest.
There is no cell service here on the farm. (Maybe a whiff of Verizon if the wind is blowing just right and Mercury is in retrograde.) We do offer Free Wifi up by the bathroom/ firepit area for Wifi calling but the coverage doesn't reach to the actual campsite.
CHILD POLICY: We like to see children connecting with nature at an early age and therefore offer camping for children 5 and under at no additional charge. If you have Children 5 and under please let us know in a message but dont include them in the head count when booking.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 50% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
We see cyclists biking on the road often. No shoulder, use caution.
Drop your boat in at Ocean Shores or Westport and enjoy the beautiful Pacific or rent from Ocean Shores Boat House or other sim...Read more
In the shallow river accessed via narrow, steep footpath. Also fish in many of the salmon bearing streams around us where publi...Read more
You may explore our 20 acres on either side of the river at your own leisure and risk. Enjoy the many trails of the Olympic Na...Read more
There are quite a few stables in our area, try HoneyPearl Ranch, or Nansea Stables in Ocean Shores or give a quick google searc...Read more
All manner of paddling rentals and watersports are available on the coast just a quick 30-40 minutes drive away
Climb your way down to the beautiful river that segments our property and explore the other side.
Head up into the Olympic National Forest to Hurricane ridge when weather permits.
Known for their surfing, Ocean Shores or Westport beaches are only 30 - 40 minutes away.
Some parts of the river are deep enough to swim and/or splash around. but again access to the river is limited through a steep...Read more
Popular hangout for deer, seasonal Roosevelt Elk migrating herds, an array of birds and other critters! please be aware that wh...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Tent Site Open For 2020 COVID ready in Washington.
We have some really cool pebble beaches down by the river if you can handle the steep climb down (we're working on a better tra...Read more
We are a quick 40 minute drive from the Pacific coast.
Variety of native trees, ferns, grasses and berries, and mushrooms!
The Olympic National Forest is a mere 30 minute drive from us.
You will be camping beneath 100-150 year old second growth Western Hemlock climax forest. multiple large spruce, and cedar tree...Read more
River, stream, or creek
Accessible via steep, narrow footpath. there is a wonderful and beautiful river, it is a steep climb down and may not be access...Read more
The river has many deep pools that are excellent for swimming
Small waterfall down by the river where several tributaries come together.
The lower portion of our property is in 100 year floodplains and with some exploring a large diversity of habitats can be obser...Read more
Turn in at the large yellow flag and continue on to a small one for parking, toilet, and camping spots.
The vibe at Tent Site Open For 2020 COVID ready
Places to see near Social Seclusion Campground
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
The hosts were right there to welcome me to the site, and provided a tour of the area to camp! The land itself is perfect for an overnight stay close to Olympic National Park and the coast. The tent area is soft and level, and the view of the stream from the site is great as well. There is no bathroom, but there are towns nearby to cover that.
Wonderful site for several tents and campers! Host was really helpful and provided our group wifi and a well maintained outhouse. Great for a quick overnight stay (or longer if your trip permits!)
Lauren responded quickly and provided suggestions for questions I had about fishing nearby. The toilet they made is very clean, and they added lights to find it in the night (though it's far enough from the tent site that it's still dark there). We didn't use the communal fire pit, but it's very large and tucked away from their house for privacy. The trail to the campsite was a bit overgrown but that might be normal given this time of year. Overall, a great place to stay over.
We were so grateful that Lauren chose to open up her farm for us to camp! We would definitely recommend this for other tent campers and cyclists. The location near Hoquiam, WA was super convenient for us, near the end of a four day bike tour of the Olympic Penninsula. To be honest, there were not many campsites listed nearby other than RV parks so that's why we were so happy to find The Garret Family Farm. Lauren communicated clearly, was very welcoming and the outdoor spaces were meticulously cared for. We enjoyed a night of solitary camping, away from the bustle of state parks. The location was quiet, protected and private. If we stayed longer I'm sure we would have appreciated the fire area and BBQ. Thanks again Lauren!
We loved our stay at the Garrett family farm! The campsite was nice and soft and flat and had tree cover for the bit of rain we experienced. The view of the creek was lovely. We also enjoyed having access to the fire pit. Thanks Lauren!
The campsite had several great options for where to set up your tent, and was spacious enough for a two person tent and a four person tent. The composting outhouse was clean and well maintained, as was the fire pit area. Lauren was really nice and arranged to be home when we arrived, and showed us around the property. Definitely would recommend!