The perfect basecamp for exploring Seattle - easily accessible by bus and the Washington State Ferry system. Pet sitting available!
Between Seattle and the Olympic Peninsula, and surrounded by the Salish Sea, we are located in the eclectic community of Suquamish, on the Kitsap Peninsula, in Washington State.
Shabala means "Dry Place Under the Cedars". One wooded acre, one private site.
Park your self-contained camper (up to 25 feet) and walk to local attractions and conveniences: restaurants, the beach, the pier and a convenience store. Chief Seattle's gravesite and the Suquamish Museum, where you will learn about the local tribe that has been on this land for over 10,000 years, are also within walking distance.
There is a large tent on the property. In inclement weather you can use the picnic table in the roomy shelter.
Seattle is easily accessible via public transportation (bus and Washington State Ferry). Leave your camp set up and "walk" to Seattle and the other local communities of Poulsbo (Little Norway), Beautiful Bainbridge Island, Kingston by the sea, and beyond.
Our campsite is in the middle of a full acre covered with Western Red Cedars, Douglas Fir, Big Leaf Maples and ferns, nestled into a residential area. There is some road noise from the road at the back of the property.
We can accommodate self contained campers up to 25 feet only. Sorry, no tents or any campers without their own sanitary system.
Venturing into Seattle? We offer pet sitting for an extra fee.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out