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Tahuya Adventure Resort is located in Belfair, Washington. The property is situated on fifty acres of forest covered land. There are twenty one sites on the property, all spread apart, set back from the main road, and surrounded by trees for privacy. The resort has twelve RV sites with a full hookup. Each of the sites vary in size to make space for the largest and smallest of campers and RVs. Six of the sites are permanent tents for glamping. They all come with king or queen sized beds, a fridge, and a pellet stove to keep warm. The basic tent sites are simple, with a gravel parking area and a secluded tent site. There is a shared kitchen and gathering area with areas to cook and a large firepit. Tahuya Adventure Resort is the only campground in the area open year-round.
Tahuya Adventure Resort is located on fifty forest covered acres of land in Belfair, Washington. The resort is open year-round, and the RV sites can be rented long term. The rest of the sites are not available long term. Each of the twenty one sites on the property are separated by trees, grass, and shrubbery for the privacy of each visitor. Of those twenty-one sites, twelve of them are RV pads, six are permanent tents for glamping, and three of them are traditional tent sites. The glamping sites are most popular at the Tahuya Adventure Resort, claims the owner Amy Cramer. Each of the glamping sites are different; all of them have an outdoor seating area with either a raised or on the ground deck. Each of the decks are covered for when it is raining. The upscale "tents" are complete with either a king or queen sized bed. Some of the glamping sites also have a bunk bed in addition to the larger beds for groups with more people. A pellet stove, microwave, and refrigerator are all available in each tent.
The twelve RV sites are all pull through access with full hookup options. This includes fifty and thirty amp electrical, water, and a sewage dump. Every one of the RV sites have a picnic table, are surrounded by trees, and are slightly offset from the road and other sites for optimal privacy and comfort. The basic tent site is cleared and covered in leveled gravel with a parking area for extra vehicles. All of the guests at Tahuya Adventure Resort are welcome to use the group facilities available at the campground. These include a large covered camp kitchen equipped with sinks, hot water, gas grills, a microwave, flat-screen TV, and gas fire tables. A large fire pit is lit every night for guests to gather around, and an outdoor movie night is put on for visitors a few times a week. The kitchens offer campers the space and ability to cook meals on-site. There are two public restrooms and larger picnic tables for guests to use throughout their stay.
Belfair-the city Tayhuya Adventure Resort is located in- is located near the Hood Canal, offering beach access as well as hiking to the campers. Nearly 300 miles of biking trails are located next to the camping site, giving bikers all-day access to several different trails throughout the mountain range. Twanoh State Park is just a few miles from the campground and is filled with hiking trails, nature walks, and wildlife. The Theler Wetlands Belfair Nature Preserve and Belfair State Park are also close attractions with gentle weather where visitors can go kite-flying, windsurfing, and exploring. For guests wishing to get out of the outdoors, there is the Mosquito Fleet Winery and the Elandan Gardens. Multiple golf courses are located close to the Tahuya Adventure Resort.
The owner of the property, Amy Cromer, stated that the desired culture of Tahuya Adventure Resort is thought to be family friendly. Her own desire to own a campground started because she herself wanted others to experience what she did as a kid. Guest reviews mention the kitchen as an item of luxury. This is due to the ability guests have to cook their own meals in the clean, home-inspired environment of the large public kitchen. Other reviews mention the welcoming attitudes that the faculty members provide for their customers. The property is known for its ATV trails as well as its various biking and hiking trails throughout the area. With over three hundred miles of biking trails, Tahuya Adventure Resort is seen as a biking destination. The campground is the only property in the state of Washington that is open year-round. This gives campers the ability to lodge in the area during any season. Belfair, Washington is known for the Hood Canal, a fjord that runs through the Puget Sound in the state of Washington. Several trails run throughout the city that take consumers through the mountain range and toward the ocean, allowing for several day-trip activities.
Tahuya Adventure Resort originated as a Christmas Tree Farm before being converted to a campground. Amy Cromer came across the Christmas Tree Farm in 2017 while searching for a retirement project. She purchased the property immediately. The original idea for the campground came when the Cromer family went for a drive and saw campers who had to camp in the parking lot of a campground due to the overuse of the property. They knew they needed to create a campground of their own. The Comers then bought the farm and have since turned it into a campground.