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Willapa Bay Farm: Sustainable Splendor & Oyster Oasis
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Long Beach, WA
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Over 45ft
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Pets Allowed
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Rating
402
Reviews
2
Years Hosting
Electric Hookups Available
15A, 30A, and 50A available.
About
Immerse yourself in a sustainable living oasis where the land whispers secrets of organic perseverance and the bay hums with a thriving oyster heartbeat. Our host location is an emblem of harmony between farming and nature, poised on the edge of Willapa Baya treasure trove of maritime delights, where 25% of America's oysters patiently pluck their sustenance from the pristine waters. Transformative is the spirit woven into this patch of earth, a testament to agricultural heritage and verdant dreams. 'Rainbow Dream Organics' isn't merely a name; it's a flavorful symphony, a chromatic parade of produce and eggs that dance on the taste buds of locals who've become ardent admirers. RV camping enthusiasts and eco-conscious travelers, rejoice! Here, you can settle in for multi-night stays (just reach out to Farmer Deb), indulge in farm-to-table experiences and engage with the kindred souls of goats, chickens, rabbits, and the anticipated oinks of soon-to-arrive pigs. Your soul will align with the rhythms of animal welfare and empathetic soil-tending. All year round, our location is at the epicenter of local culture and nature's seasonal showcase. From the drama of January's winter storms to the festive frolics of December's Crab Pot Christmas, every month promises unique experiences, a stone's throw from your RV doorstep. Discover the Annual Quilt Show, revel in the daffodil bloom spring spectacle, and bask in the celebratory fireworks come July. Whether it's the longest-running Loyalty Day Parade or the melodies of 'Music in the Gardens,' the moments you'll capture will form a mosaic of cherished memories. For those chasing the arts, Ilwaco's Slow Drag Race, and the passionate brushstrokes of art walks are there to ignite your creative spark, while nautical adventures call out to aspiring sailors during Ilwaco Sailing Days. Fishing aficionados can cast their lines with the locals during the Black Lake Fishing Derby, weaving into the community fabric of this idyllic setting. Step away from the clamor of everyday life and park your RV in a realm where life is tasted, one organic egg at a time; where the farm's past is honored by nurturing its future. In this space, where sustainability meets soil, and the palette of nature paints daily wonders, a serene RV camping experience awaitsa place to breathe deeply, live purely, and connect irrevocably with the roots of Mother Earth.
Opening Hours
Monday
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Friday
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Suitability
Pets Allowed
All pets must be leashed on the central property. There are two off-leash areas, one along the bay and one in the fenced orchard.
Water Hookup Available
Electric Hookup Available: 15A, 30A, 50A
Wifi
Hookup Notes
We have one 50 amp and seven 30 amp hookups available along with multiple 15 amp circuits for auxiliary gear.
Amenities
Beer/Spirits Tasting and Sales
Birding & Wildlife Viewing
Farm/Garden/Nature Tour
Farmers Market
Festivals
Gardening
Gift Shop
Hiking
Availability
Same Day Requests
Yes
Response Time
Typically responds within one day
Accepts Requests Between
Jul 23, 2024 - Jan 19, 2025
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Parking & Arrival
We are located on the bay (east) side of Sandridge Road just north of 155th Street. Once you see Peninsula Landscape on the ocean/west side (on the left as you head north), slow down as you will be turning soon. When you see the sign for 155th Street on a pole on the bay/east side (on your right as you head north), look for our neighbor's white mailbox on the right, they have their address, '15410', on the box and on a blue vertical address marker beside it. Our driveway is next and comes up fast! Because we don't own the road frontage approaching our farm, signage is only at the far side of our shared driveway. In the middle, we have multiple blue, vertical address markers -- 15550, 15600, 15606, 15720 -- on the road. Come down the shared paved driveway & turn left at the first fork onto a gravel road marked with farm signs and "15720" markers in front of a fenced area, which is our orchard. Follow the gravel road past our compost bins and solar array to the large red barn, where you will be directed to your parking space (call 408-204-2085 if you are not greeted in a few minutes of your arrival).
Max Rig Size:
Over 45 ft
Parking Spaces:
5
Parking Surface:
Gravel
Parking Method:
Pull-Through, Back-In
Check-In:
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM PT
Check-Out:
Before 12:00 PM PT
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House Rules
We are a peaceful place with amazing bay sunrises and wrap-around sunset views to soothe your soul. Leave your cares, troubles, & preconceptions behind. We embrace joy, abide no hatred, and seek to share love and acceptance for all. LGBTQIA+ safe space, solo travelers welcome. Dogs and other companion animals welcome, but must be on leash in common areas. There are two off-leash areas, one on the bay and the other in our fenced orchard. Please do not introduce your dog(s) to other dog(s) on the property without their humans present. For biosecurity due to avian flu concerns, no guests allowed in our chicken coop area. Guests will need to sign a liability waiver before interacting with our other animals and will need to wash their hands before and after touching animals and in between tasks. Soap and hydrogen peroxide provided, hand-washing protocol signage posted on the barn wall next to the sink. Fires allowed in our two fire pits, we also have a propane fire ring available.
Items to Purchase
Herbs, seasonal produce, fruits and vegetables, local jams and jellies, handcrafts, art, and more. Goat milk soap made with our farm milk and our own organic herbs. Soon, once our state producer license is fully approved, we will offer goat cheese, cheesecakes (both sweet and savory), truffles, fudge, caramels, caramel sauce, goat milk ice cream, and other goat milk products.
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