Description of Glamping Units
These pet-friendly, vintage trailer rentals in Washington are an outstanding choice for those who want to go glamping with dogs. Each is well equipped, and furry friends are welcome in them as long as their owners bring blankets to cover the bedding and furniture. Bedding and towels are provided. Guests have access to a communal kitchen and bathrooms on site.
The standard peak models are named Spartan Manor, Old Spartan, Zelmar Cruiser, Prairie Schooner, Picnic Trailer, 57 Jet, and the Earl, and they are a great choice for families. Guests can also stay in the Westcraft Capistrano, which was made in 1950 and is fully upgraded. All of these trailers can sleep up to three and have a kitchen, a bathroom, and a living room.
- Pet friendly
There is a vintage store and a small grocery store on site. Guests will be able to buy vintage goods, food, and alcohol during their stay. There are shared bathrooms and a communal kitchen on site.Read More
Dogs are welcome at this glamping site for a $20 extra cleaning charge per stay.
Rates are higher on weekends, and there is an additional $5 to $10 charge that applies during holiday weekends and peak season. If a reservation is made for a Saturday, there is a two-night minimum stay. There is a $25 charge for lost keys. Smoking is prohibited inside the accommodations.
Location + Surroundings
Tucked away just minutes from the Washington coast, this luxury camping site is a dream for those who love natural scenery and peaceful settings. This site is conveniently located near Seaview, Washington, and guests will have access to all of the shops, restaurants, and bars on the Long Beach Peninsula. Many choose, however, to spend their nature retreat in seclusion and to simply spend time with their furry friends in the great outdoors. Guests are asked to respect the Washington State law in which dogs are required to be on a leash at all times. Read More
This site offers a variety of hosted workshops.
Glampers will never run out of things to do with their dogs when they stay at this glamping site in Washington. They can borrow gum boots and supplies to go clamming, or they can choose to wander over to the beach for some swimming. Bicycles can be borrowed so that guests can explore the Discovery Trail, which leads into Cape Disappointment State Park. Guests will find many great hiking trails that feature exquisite views of the Ocean and the Columbia River. On site, guests can relax in the luxurious garden spa and sauna, and there is live music on most Saturday nights.