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. So there will be "green apple" piles. 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.
There is a big fire pit when you first drive into the pasture, you can find branches and such to build a fire. We do not sell firewood. Also, make sure your fire is completely out when you are done by the fire. The pit is big enough to move wood and coals around and then put it out with water. There is a spigot in the pasture.
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.
No drugs, at all. If you smoke, pick up your cigarette butts. We don't smoke and will not tolerate having butts in the pasture. Also, do not put in fire pit, they do not always burn well. Please put them in your garbage to take with you. (There is a garbage dump on Hwy 12 about 7 miles from here. Costs about $12 or $14 to get rid of your garbage. Depends on the weight.)
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. If you are new to RVing this could be a problem. Make sure you are a very confident driver. 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.