There is a level spot to park that has electric and water. You can park anywhere in the pasture that you like.
Please do not use an air conditioner. This will draw way too much juice on a line that is a long way from the main fuse box. If you want to use the air conditioner, please use your generator.
This is in the "south" pasture. We have 3 horses that use this pasture when there are no guests. All pets must be leashed at all times. You can take them down into the creek pasture to let them run. I have a very large dog that does not like other dogs, so please keep an eye out for him and or keep yours in the trailer. The gravel road is also a nice place to take them out for a walk.
If you want to take a tent down to the "creek" pasture that is fine too.
There is no dumping allowed. Please if you bring anything in, it all goes back with you, leave no trace behind. We do not have garbage facilities.
ABSOLUTELY NO BURNING OF ANY KIND IN THE FIRE PIT, there is a state wide BURN BAN. NO SMOKING OUTSIDE OF YOUR CAMPER. Thank you for your cooperation.
There are 2 dump stations that I know of. One is in Montesano at Lake Sylvia State Park. This has a $5 dump fee. The next dump site is on east bound Hwy 8 just past Elma and the rest area. This one is free.
ABSOLUTELY NO BURNING IN FIRE-PIT WHAT SO EVER. STATE WIDE BURN BAN IN EFFECT. NO SMOKING OUTSIDE. ONLY SMOKE INSIDE YOUR CAMPER. Thank you for your cooperation.
Please give us a call about 1/2 to 1 hour prior to showing up. This way we can make sure the horses are where they should be, and we can open the gate.
If you have pets, they must be leashed or kept in your camper. Barron, our dog, has the run of the place. If you see him, please put your pet inside. There is a creek pasture where you can let your dog run, and you can also take them for a walk down the gravel road. Pick up your dog's poop, there is a hill side you can throw it over.
If you have children, you must keep them in your area. This is a farm, and we don't want them in the pasture with the horses, or around any equipment or buildings. If you want to pet the horses, please ask us. Also we can give a tour of the farm. It is small, just 6 acres, but we do have a lot going on.
Please keep your music to just your camping area. The spot where you are camping is next to the neighbor's field. Plus we have neighbors on the other side of the creek. We don't want them to get upset. But we still want you to have a good time. Also, no loud partying. Quiet hours are from 10 pm to 7 am.
We live off the main road on gravel. This road is maintained by a very few of us. So it can become potholey, (that is not a word, is it). When you come off the last bridge onto the gravel, take it very slowly. It is a very short distance on gravel. Swing wide into the driveway. There is a nice big swing area at the end of my drive. It is a very tight turn into the pasture. Our pasture is full of lumps and bumps. You can park anywhere you like. There are trees in this area too. We do have a level spot near the water and electricity. You will need to back into that spot, Directly behind that spot is a big shade tree. We have had a 35 foot motor home in there at one time and a 25 foot 5th wheel. Just drive slow as it is a horse pasture. We do have another way into that pasture, but it is way more bumpy and along a side a slight hill.
Next to RV in the pasture.
We do a lot of 4 day camping. Contact us to see if we are available or not, so give us a try... If we can help out and we have no plans, then we will try to accommodate you.
In the winter and spring it is iffy in the pastures, due to the rain, but if we have a few dry days, it dries pretty fast. So there maybe times when we can open up early. If you want to see if the pasture is available, please ask and we will let you know.
The Olympics are north of our location of about 30 + miles. The Wynoochee Dam and lake are there with day use area and the Coho Campground. There are many waterfalls up there to find. That area is our favorite area to camp and explore.
Montesano is a nice small town. There is a nice size grocery store, hardware store, coffee shops, restaurants, car repair garages, auto parts store, gas stations and a feed store. There is also a little museum that is full of the area's history.
Aberdeen is a larger town with more amenities and museums.
Just ask us and we will let you know what we know.
This is such a cute little ranch. We were parked by the horses, had 15 amp, and a beautiful view of what looks like the finest national Park. They set up a little picnic table and a cute little mailbox with a guest book and some wonderful flyers for information about the area. I found one on farmers markets a directory in Washington state, that I’mGoing to treasure. The hosts were super nice! If I come back through this area I hope I can get back in!
Welcoming hosts! Gracious and informative about the surrounding local area. Our pooch loved romping in the lower pasture. Quiet and serene night of sleep.. would definitely stay here again when passing thru this way😍
We had an absolutely wonderful stay at this hosted site. Our hosts made us feel at home and were very pleasant to visit with. We immediately felt like family. There were many things to go and see from this location with our towed vehicle including the ocean, a lighthouse, plenty of fresh seafood restaurants and little quaint shops. Thank you for letting us stay with you. We will back when we are in this area again.
I love the place, quite place, huge ranch, close to Olympics and Dani was super cool with me leaving the trailer to visit olympic national park. Great recommendations and lot of brochures in the mail box. I would love to visit back again :)
Great spot with power/water (1) or wide fields if not needed! We had an awesome day at Westport Winery nearby and will definitely stay here again next year. Quiet, peaceful and a great spot. Couple of notes—drive until you hit the gravel road. Verizon 1 bar if lucky, no ATT. Large contained field down the hill for the pups, owners dog friendly but leash required in camping area as horses are pastured right there. Hosts are very friendly and welcoming.
Open land with multiple guest. But still felt like had enough space. (Not crowed) Got to meet the other families staying there which was fun. No cell service. Close to Olympic National Park
A wonderful place to stay. The hosts are very nice down to earth people. The lower pasture that they allow your dogs to run off leash is a short walk down the hill and is an absolutely beautiful place that looks like some private park. It is right next to a creek but is separated from the grassy area by bushes which we really liked because our Lab didn't even know there was a creek there. We didn't really want a muddy wet dog to deal with in our bus😉.
We hope to stay here again sometime in the future and to visit again with our new friends.
This was such a relaxing place to camp. Our daughter loves horses, so a lot of her time was spent sitting by the fence to watch them. There were also plenty of trees for shade and our hammock. We walked down to the big "creek pasture" to play fetch with our dog off leash and play tag! There was so much room and it was also shaded by old trees! We had a really nice time here!
It was great talking with them and had a nice stay. We would love to come back sometime.
Our hosts were ready to help us the minute we approached the entry onto the property. It wasn't needed but it was nice to see a welcoming face. The host knows the area very well and made wonderful suggestions for points of interest, some not to be found in any guide literature. The evenings were quiet and the mornings were full of calls of wild turkeys.We had a wonderful time. If our travel plans permit, we would be back in a joyful heartbeat!
Thank you so much.
This is a beautiful place to stop if you’re in the area. I couldn’t believe how quiet it was there and relaxing. Our host was super helpful and very nice! We even had a deer wander up about 30 feet from our rv. So neat!
A welcoming host and a quiet spot, what more could one want ... they also had informational packets for the local area, which was nice. Visible mobile service didn't get good reception, which made it even quieter. I enjoyed it.
We had an amazing experience. It's perfectly quiet and it allowed us to enjoy all of Olympic and the beach and get some rest before starting our journey down the coast. The host was very welcoming and was exactly as promised on boondockers welcome would definitely recommend to anyone! We have a 26-ft pull behind camper and we're still able to get turned around and sit in a comfortable position and enjoy the shade and peace and quiet.
My wife and I had an amazing stay with DanilueLoo. The location we parked for the night was peaceful and quiet. I was even able to listen to a baseball game on my MLB app. ⚾️😀
I have an amazing stay. The property was beautiful. I had the pleasure of meeting both the hosts, lovely people. I would defiantly stay here again.
We very much enjoyed meeting our hosts and staying at their farm. The area set aside for visitors is very welcoming. The hosts went above and beyond to make us comfortable. They are kind and generous. If we are ever in this area again we will for sure stay here .
The farm is amazing ,with trees, horses and birds ... just lovely!
We gave them a gift for welcoming us, they shared some herbs from the hort we really enjoy our stay, such a lovely time!
Thank you a lot!
Our host was very welcoming and the area we parked in was beautiful. Unfortunately the extreme heat did not allow us to enjoy this tranquil location as much as we would have loved to. The night was very quiet and we enjoyed the song birds in the morning with our coffee. Highly recommend this boondocker host.
What a great place to stay and unwind between the coast and Seattle! These are wonderful hosts and have the most beautiful grassy pasture to park in. Then you look out your window and watch the horses. You can park under trees or in the sun, there’s a fire pit and water too. Downtown is just 8mi and has everything you might need. ~ Jim