Posts Tagged ‘mt baker farm’

Respecting our Local Resources

If you’re headed to Orcas during 4th of July weekend, help us keep the islands clean! This weekend as visitors travel to Orcas, and to our campground, we want to remind travelers and campers to be aware of their effects on our local resources. In an earlier blog, The Trouble with Trash, we explained the…

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What to Know About Our Reopening Plan

Mt Baker Farm Basic Large Campsite

We will be reopening for camping on Monday, June 8th and want to make sure visitors are prepared for a few changes at Mount Baker Farm. Face Mask Requirements Before you make your camping reservation at Mount Baker Farm, you should be aware that face masks will be required on our train and inside of…

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Remembering Spike

We are very sad to announce that Spike the goat recently passed away. He first arrived at Mount Baker Farm back on May 7, 2017. He was barely one-year-old at the time. Spike was our only goat with horns and he used them…on everything. He was our rebel. One of his favorite activities, besides eating,…

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New Group Campsite

group camping orcas island

For large groups of campers we now offer a spacious group campsite. Last camping season we had many people inquire about larger campsites where an entire group of friends or family could camp together. During the offseason we did a little upgrade to campsite #5 and it’s pretty fabulous! Campsite #5 will hold eight backpacking…

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Kayak Building at The Farm

Seawolf Kayak Orcas Island

Seawolf Kayak is back on Orcas Island offering the opportunity to attend a 9-day ultralight kayak building workshop. While it takes a special kind of enthusiasm to signup for a 9-day kayak building course, students who attend Seawolf Kayak workshops come from all avenues of life. Some novice kayakers are attracted to the construction process…

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