Misty Willow's Farm and Camp

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1649 Burnt Mountain Rd, Beaver, WA, 98305

At Misty Willow's it's not just camping it's an experience! We are located in the heart of the Olympic Rainforest and the Olympic National Park is your playground. Each one of our sites has been carefully selected and planned with peace and privacy as a priority. Our team is working hard to facilitate an outdoor experience for folks of all ages. We passionately believe that people are not apart from nature, but that they are part of nature. Our mission is to create a campground that reflects that belief.  

If you would like to hike on our trails you can purchase tickets here:

<<Hiking Trail Tickets>>


Last Updated: 01/13/2023

RV Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Back In RV Sites - No Hookups $35.00 $245.00 Choose Your Site
Tent Sites

Walk-In sites. Less than 3 min walk from unloading zone to tent site. Separate Parking designated for campers for 1 Vehicle only.

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Primitive Tents $35.00 $245.00 Choose Your Site
Camper Trailer on Site

Site accommodates 4 people, however the use of a tent for extra 4 guests is allowed

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Camper Trailer on Site $125.00 $850.00 Choose Your Site

No Smoking

We are a smoke-free establishment and that rule will be strictly enforced.

Rule for Pet Owners

Pets are welcomed but must be kept controlled and picked up after. If they are vocal types, please be considerate of other campers. We are all here to enjoy the peaceful surrounding and barking dogs are not peaceful.

About Campfires

Keep campfires in provided rings only. No wood harvesting. You will be provided your first bundle with a starter kit for free. Other bundles are available for $4.

Be respectful of others

If you are or become intoxicated during your stay, we ask that you be respectful of others. Should you choose to be disrespectful, rude, violent, and/or disruptive in any way, you will be given an opportunity to leave peacefully. If you choose not to leave peacefully, the Sheriff will be called immediately. Please come with a respectful attitude toward all.


Please follow signage.

ATV policy

No ATV’s are allowed

Premises restrictions

No Shooting, Hunting, Fishing, or Trapping on the premises.


Do not harvest any moss or flowers. It’s here for all to enjoy.

Loud Noises

No loud music. Folks are here to relax to the sounds of being in the forest. City sounds, as in honking horns, loud audio devices, and angry speech are prohibited.

Hike / Bike Campsites

Gravel Roads

Gasoline Nearby

Fire Ring / Grill

Fire Pit

Pets Allowed

Pet Friendly



Family Friendly

Tent Camping

Pet Friendly

1649 Burnt Mountain Rd, Beaver, WA, 98305
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We are in the heart of the Olympic Rainforest and are just minutes from all that the Olympic National Park has to offer lakes, rivers, hot springs, oceans, beaches, hiking, biking, fishing, rock hounding, watersports, swimming, and more!!! A few of the local hot spots are La Push, Clallam Bay, Lake Crescent, Lake Pleasent, Discovery Trail, Marymere Falls Trail, Storm King Trail, Spruce Railroad Trail, Sol Duc River, and Sol Duc Hot Springs.

Overall Rating: 5.0

jon morrow

What a special place. And such nice hosts. Very private sites. I'll be back no question. Can't wait to be there this fall 🙂

jon morrow

Omg. Such a great place to stay. We only spent two nights but that was all we needed to give it 5 stars. Every spot was very private. The hosts were the best. I will be back for sure.

Kiersten Jones

Willow and Charlie are lovely camp hosts, and their passion for sharing their land with others shows in all their effort and details. Each campsite is apart from the others, so you have your own little slice of land. There is a porta-potty available that they work to keep as clean as possible. We found it to be nice and centrally located for our day-trips to the coast or lake crescent. It’s very close to the Discovery Trail, too. We would definitely camp here again.