Blue Ribbon Farms
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Sequim, WA
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We live on about an acre, and there is plenty of room to park a second RV next to ours. Note: if it's been raining (and it does here!), the field can be soggy and may result in your getting stuck. You can check with us ahead of time, but we'll leave it to your discretion, except if the area is definitely soaked, then we won't accept requests. We can fill your fresh water tank, but don't have a hook-up available. We can often supply 15-amp electric. There is a dump station across the street at the County Park. While our location is called Blue Ribbon Farms, that is the name of the community; we are not actually a farm! You will be camping under the landing approach for the small community airport, but there is only a little traffic and it is not very loud—except for one individual. Suggested Local Attractions:We are across the street from the Dungeness Recreation Area County Park, which includes the (Federal) Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge. There is a dump station for a small fee (subject to closure). We are convenient to the Dungeness Spit Historic Lighthouse, which is at the end of a 5.1-mile spit for those adventurous enough to walk it! We are also convenient to Olympic National Park and Hurricane Ridge, as well as Lake Crescent. And, of course, to Sequim's Lavender Farms, Sequim is the Lavender Capital of the United States! There are two lavender farms nearby to visit and many more in the Sequim area; some are open year-round. There is a ferry nearby in Port Angeles to reach Victoria, B.C. Canada. Day trips to Victoria are practical.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 15A
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Offleash Area for Pets
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
No smoking on property Pets are welcome as long as there is NO barking and you, of course, clean up after them. Please be aware there are eagles, hawks, owls, and coyotes in the area, so it is NOT safe to leave your pet outside without your supervision. A *quiet* RV-type generator may be permissible. No construction-type generators. Quiet hours are 10 pm to 7:30 am except by prior arrangement. If we are supplying 15-amp service, then no generator. It almost never gets hot enough here to need to run an air conditioner. Multiple night stays are possible, check with us No fall/winter availability (mid-September through late April). Unless by prior arrangement, check-in time is 3:00 pm; check-out is 12:00 noon.
Access Road Conditions: No obstacles. Should be room to turn around with your rig attached. Please look at the parking instructions in the picture, and park as shown. Note: in wet weather, the field is very soggy and may result in your getting stuck. For this reason, during the periods of rain, we may restrict the RV size to smaller trailers, C-class and B-class. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Next to your rig
Hosted By SequimKD
Retired couple in Sequim, Wash. on the Olympic Peninsula Details: We've lived here since 2014 and have a 3/4 acre property near the Dungeness National RecreationArea, and Dungeness Spit Lighthouse. We have a 27-foot Holiday Rambler fifth-wheel. We take weekend or 1-week trips locally, and in January-February like to travel south. Home Town: We are both from Los Angeles, Calif., now living in Sequim, Wash. Favorite Boondocking Locations: On the west coast of the Olympic Peninsula, a good location is Hobucks Beach Resort, which has a large field for dry camping. I believe there is a small fee to stay there. There are also 10 full hookup spots right on the beach, first come first served; there is a fee for those. https://hobuckbeachresort.com. May be closed due to Covid-19. We also love Harvest Host locations, particularly wineries & farms. Skills or Expertise to Share: We are pretty familiar with the local area, as well as Victoria, B.C. and Vancouver Island. We have basic RV skills, and most tools necessary. There are several RV service facilities nearby, as well as a mobile RV guy.
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References for this location from other RVers
4 months ago
Great location, nice flat spot. Thanks for the stay!!
4 months ago
20 amp service and water are provided. The hosts are fellow RVers and very accommodating. Location is perfect for visiting the Sequim, Olympic National Park, Port Angelos, and even Port Townsend area.
4 months ago
￼ Such a nice couple. Beautiful location with views of Olympic national park close to everything. Easy in and easy out. we would definitely stay there again. Thank you so much.
5 months ago
My stay was much needed after a situation with my RV that hsd me so stressed out. Hosts were responsive and pleasant. The parking was nice and level and the temperature is perfect for the upcoming hot weather! A great breeze blows off the Strait, keeping it probably 10° cooler than inland Sequim. Take a sweater or jacket. it is close yo Dungeness Recreational area and Spit. Easy drive to convenience store and gas station. I’ll be glad to stay again, especially if hot days are coming!
6 months ago
Host gives excellent directions. we parked on field as directed and ate our dinner enjoying the beautiful field of flowers. So peaceful & quiet. very convenient location. Look forward to a return visit.