Oostema Farmstead Inn
8402 Northwood Road
Lynden, WA 98264
About Oostema Farmstead Inn
Are you looking for a place to Camp? We offer Tent Camping on our Farmstead. We are an excellent stopping off point if you want to explore Bellingham and hike Mt. Baker. You will have a fabulous view of the sweeping farmlands, the mountains, and you can see the top of Mt. Baker and all of the Twin Sisters. The property is beautiful, and there are lovely places under trees to pitch your tent in our yard.
We invite you to camp on our 117 Acre farm and try sleeping out in the country on our farmstead. We have a vast lawn, and there is a large grassy area that you can pitch your tent. The sites are near our house and other campers.
Stay with us and have an experience like nothing you have had before. We invite you to roam the property and be sure to catch the beautiful sunsets.
You are more than welcome to take a great little walk in the raspberry fields and to go into the Barns to see the goats, pigs, and cows.
⭐Generators are ok, but out of respect, the other campers or tents, use is between 8 AM-9 PM.
⭐One tent or two small tents allowed. Max 4 persons
⭐One vehicle allowed at the site, all others must park in our parking area.
⭐Quiet time is from 10 PM until 7 AM. Please use soft voices during this time.
⭐We are pet-friendly, Pets must be on a leash while on the property. Off-leash area available
⭐There is a shared porta-potty available, and every Thursday, it is cleaned professionally.
⭐A cold water double sink
⭐Each site has its own fire 🔥 pit~$5 for wood
👉The campground is a shared space with other Campers. There may be up to 5 RV’s on the property, especially weekends. See photo for campsites and my profile for the other listings.
🐔🐮🐷 Tours available to meet and greet the farm animal
Summer bookings bring more guests to the property, so you might meet other camping guests while walking around the farm. We have 3 tent sites and 5 RV sites. Plus our tiny house and Apartment.
There might be times that cars, trucks, or tractors will pass by the property during harvest season, the middle of July is when it will be the busiest. You may hear the Harvest Pickers going up and down the rows and work trucks with the Harvest leaving the property. Also know this is farm country, we are surrounded by working fields. We can not predict when the workers need to access the property, and we can not control what they need to do to take care of their crops.
You are more than welcome to take a great little walk in the raspberry fields and with permission to go into the Barns to see the goats, pigs, and cows. They are ready to meet and greet you plus would love a treat from you.