Just 5 miles off of I-5 in the Smokey Point area 48 miles North of Seattle. In the Seven Lakes area. Wooded property just off of the main route.
Some leveling will likely be required. 15 amp Power available but we may have to figure out the connection because our rig is currently using the extension cord. Water fill-up is also available but would prefer it not be a continuous hookup. There is also two state rest areas "on the way" to/from our location on I5 heading North bound or South bound that have a dump station and potable water. One before you arrive and one just past us if you're heading North it's the next exit.
Please keep dog/s on a leash. We have 4 free roaming cats that love to explore so use caution when leaving your rig open. We also have Deer, Raccoons, Rabbits, Squirrels, Opossum, several native birds and the occasional coyote. As well as the various neighborhood dogs and cats.
Access turn onto/into
1/8 of a mile gravel driveway is tight. but if you know your rig well you shouldn't have a problem. We've had many larger delivery trucks and gravel trucks able to make it. We have a turn around/circular "middle" area of the driveway for getting out if needed.
We own an Adventurer Truck Camper and tree limbs have been cut to allow access.
Some leveling likely required.
All of site is Driveway parking.
Near Multiple lakes and 5-10 minutes to Puget Sound, shopping, a couple of The Tulalip Tribe Casinos and multiple restaurants.
I enjoyed my stay at the Base Station of Raised by Wolves-Susan & Karen's Den and they were super kind to me. They gave me lots of very helpful information like using an EMS surge protector for full protection against power-related issues (ie. high/low voltage spikes, reverse polarity, open ground, incorrectly-wired power outlets) that I wish I've known before during my early travels. My spot was pretty level and it's very quiet there at night. Their property is near the Seven Lakes in the Snohomish County, two rest areas with free RV dump (and water), the cheapest propane refill station (in WA) and I just couldn't ask for more.
I would definitely inquire them again for future stay.
Thank you guys !
There are many near by local conveniences. They were very friendly and accommodating. We have a Tundra with a 30ft trailer and there are a couple tight turns. We did get stuck in the soft grass area, they were very gracious and helped us out using their truck. A shorter trailer or 5th wheel set up probably wouldn’t have any trouble.
These ladies are great hosts. Their property is beautiful and peaceful. They made our first boondocking experience a wonderful.
These two are wonderful hosts and their property is beautiful. They make you feel at home.
The hosts were wonderful. They told us about local hikes, North Cascades must sees, and everything in between. Great space and easy to get in and out of (27’ airstream).
Sad to leave. Thanks again!!
A beautiful, lovely place to camp. Close to lakes. Pleasant and kind hosts, with interesting conversation.
This was my first time using Boondockers Welcome. I will gladly use it again.
We had a very nice visit. The hosts were very kind and helpful.
We had a great stay. Wanted to get in a bunch on sightseeing but also needed to have a day to work and were able to do it all. Host were great, good communication and very gracious. If in the area will definitely stay again.
Great to know both hosts and sharing life experiences. It was inspiring and motivating experience for our adventure.
Super nice hosts. The moment I pulled in I saw my first deer. And I got to know the adorable cats :-)
The setting is almost like out in the country, feels somewhat rural. Very quiet and peaceful.
I'm not sure where to start... We were having trouble finding a quiet place to stay in WA on our way to the border during the pandemic. After reaching out for a three night stay, we were instantly invited over for 5 nights once they heard about our troubles. The Raised By Wolves Clan were so kind and generous! They stepped out to welcome us off the road, gave us water, power and even let us print some documents before crossing the border. The Den is safe, quiet and peaceful, surrounded by towering cedar trees, and you even get to call four curious kitties and a couple wild deer your neighbours for a few nights. We can't wait to be back. Thanks again!