29 acrefamily farm offers secluded, primitive camping on 10 acres of dense, private woods and grassy meadows. Pitch camp where you like and enjoy stunning views of Green Mountain. Join us for feeding/milking time in the barn if you like.3 miles walk/bike/drive to picturesque Swofford Pond, with stocked, year round fishing and hiking trails. 7 miles outside the city limits ofContinue reading...
29 acre family farm offers secluded, primitive camping on 10 acres of dense, private woods and grassy meadows. Pitch camp where you like and enjoy stunning views of Green Mountain. Join us for feeding/milking time in the barn if you like. 3 miles walk/bike/drive to picturesque Swofford Pond, with stocked, year round fishing and hiking trails. 7 miles outside the city limits of tiny Mossyrock, WA. This is natural woods camping with no prescribed camp sites.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Camp at The Brew Farm! in Washington.
River, stream or creek
Sulphur Creek runs through the property, separating the homestead from the pastures and woods.
Hike to Sulfer Creek Falls.
Places to see near The Brew Farm
The vibe at Camp at The Brew Farm!
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We had a wonderful time at this Hipcamp. The location is extremely private and peaceful. It's only 10 minutes from town and 2 minutes from a beautiful pond. We took the opportunity to fish before dinner.
Our host Dave was extremely accommodating as well. He provided firewood, water, a compost bucket for the bathroom, and even gave us a tour of the barn in the morning. We fed one of the baby goats as well.
Overall, I would highly recommend this Hipcamp to anyone looking for a relaxing weekend get away.
The hosts are very welcoming and hospitable. The camping spot in their field is extremely beautiful, horses in sight, with a nearby fire pit the wooded area. Also, on a clear night, you will see SO MANY stars. The field you drive through to access their property can be hard to navigate depending on the kind of car you have. Our VW van got stuck but the hosts were super quick to get us out with their tractor. Easy!
Our group had a great time at Brew Camp. The campsite was very private. The hosts were wonderful and let us feed their baby goats and showed us their chickens and rabbits. I would definitely recommend staying here.
Nice and private. Hosts were friendly and even gave us some firewood. We opted to setup our tents in the field vs. the woods near the fire pit. We faced east so the afternoon sun was hidden behind the trees providing plenty of shade for the tends. Saw a few deer one night, fed baby goats, and watched the moon rise over the mountain. Likely a great spot for star gazing and astrophotography when the moon is not full.
Like others mentioned, the drive through the field to get to the campsite can be a bit rough. Jeep Grand Cherokee and Subaru Impreza made it just fine but wouldn't want to drive that when it was wet.
For cell service: Verizon has some signal at the road, both Verizon and AT&T have a tiny bit of signal if you hike back through the woods over the hill.
Two very amazing hosts and possibly two of the nicest people I’ve ever met. My girlfriend and I couldn’t have been happier. Goats, horses, bunnies, chickens and a great camping spot. We are definitely going to come back again.
We loved our stay at the Brew Farm! The site was perched on a hill and secluded, and our dogs enjoyed getting to run off leash. Dave invited us down to hang with the goats at dinner time and help feed the babies - just lovely. The site is also about 5 minutes drive to a beautiful pond and lake.