It is like camping out, only clean and dry!
Dragonfly Den is a 10×20 tent/cabin nestled in the trees. A slightly heated sleeping place with two twin beds (with bed warmers for chilly nights). Covered outdoor kitchen with camp stove, BBQ, cookware and dishes. Private outhouse w/composting toilet. Enjoy the shared outdoor shower room and shared fire pit.
We built a floor and one wall with a door, added a vinyl carport and furnished this cozy little cabin. It sits back in the forest with all the birds and critters.
It is like camping out only clean and dry with two twin beds (with bed warmers for chilly nights), table and chairs, and a tea kettle.
Cook and eat outside on the covered patio equipped with camp stove and charcoal grill. We provide water, cooking tools and dishes. There is a cooler and a locking bin for your food. All you need to bring is your food, charcoal for the grill and ice if needed.
A short walk away is the outdoor shower that is shared by other guests and residents. We think you’ll like it.
about this space
During your stay you are welcome to wander about the forest, in the permaculture garden and yard. Have a shower in the outdoor shower house or sit by the fire in the garden. Sip tea on the porch of the main house and watch the birds at their Arbor Cafe.
We have several guest spaces and shared common areas: fire pit, gardens, trails, and outdoor shower. It is up to you how much you interact with residents and other guests.
Other things to note
We ask that all guests be respectful of the people, animals and plants that are present on this land.
No pets allowed.
Smoking is allowed outdoors.
Roy, Washington, United States
This secluded little spot is tucked away at the edge of the forest. Only 37 miles from Mt. Rainier National Park, you can catch glimpses of this stunning beauty. You may see deer or elk as they browse the forest and garden. You’ll hear bird song and the wind as it dances through the trees. In spring you will be immersed in the froggy chorus.
The surrounding area offers so many enticements. Here’s a list of just a few:
- Mt. Rainier National Park
- Northwest Trek Animal Park and Zip Line
- Nisqually Wildlife Refuge
- Harts Lake fishing
- Pack Forest
- Olympia Farmers Market
- Wolf Haven
- Chihuly Glass Museum, Tacoma
- Tacoma Art Museum
- Point Defiance Zoo and Park
- Washington State Capitol
- Downtown Olympia