Starting at

$145 /night

Contentment Acres

washington, united states

  • bbq grill
  • bedding
  • cooking condiments
  • cookware / dinnerware / cutlery
  • cross-country skiing
  • electricity - solar/wind powered
  • event space
  • fire pit / ring
  • hammock
  • kitchenette
  • organic garden / farm
  • running water
  • shower
  • solar phone charger
  • towels
  • wood-burning stove
  • cross-country skiing
  • hiking
  • lawn games
  • nature walks
  • snowshoeing
  • stargazing
  • wildlife observing
  • Self-catering
  • Kitchenette
  • BBQ grill
  • Nearby restaurants
  • Taxes

    7.25%

  • Gift Cards

    Yes. The property can mail gift certificates upon request.

  • Other Fees

    None.

  • Minimum Age for Children

    Adults only.

  • Additional Guests

    There are no additional guests allowed inside the tent due to maximum occupancy (2 people).

  • Gratuity

    Not necessary.

  • Check-in

    3 a.m.

  • Check-out

    11 a.m.

  • Reservation and Cancellation Policy

    Cancellations can be requested with at least 14 days notice prior to your check-in date. Guest will be refuded full amount minus a $25 processing fee. Cancellations requested with less than a 14 day notice will result in the forfeiture of your deposit.

How Do I Get There?

We are 1 1/2 hours from the Portland, Oregon airport. You can drive Hwy. 84 East on the Oregon side of the Columbia River and cross the Button Bridge in Hood River to Washington or drive Hwy. 14 East on the Washington side. Go North on Hwy. 141 to White Salmon. Turn right on Main Street, right on Snowden Road, veer right at the stop sign to stay on Snowden. Travel approximately 8 miles, turn right on Acme Road. At the Y where the road turns to gravel stay left, go approximately 1 mile and you'll arrive at Contentment Acres. Cell phone service can be sketchy in some areas.

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Contentment Acres is a peaceful, private property where you can unplug and rejuvenate your spirit. Spend the night in a 16x20', completely furnished camp tent under a wooden pavilion with a covered front porch. Read a book, take a walk, watch and listen for the wildlife or just enjoy the view. Do you want activities? Explore the Columbia River Gorge. Within a 50-mile radius of our 20-acre property there is almost any outdoor activity you can think of and the scenery is gorgeous. Are you looking for a location to entertain up to 50 people? Look no further, the outdoor communal areas are perfect for rustic gatherings. On the property, you will find a 20x20' pavilion, a bar/cook area, an outdoor solar shower, propane fire rings (burn bans prohibit wood fires), tidy outhouses, water spigots, horseshoes, and hammocks.

Glamping Types

  • Tents

Great For

  • couples
  • honeymoon
  • small groups
  • wedding

Experience

  • countryside
  • forest / woods
  • lake / pond
  • mountain
  • winter

Total Accommodations

  • 2

Minimum Night Stay

  • 2 on weekends (May-Sept)

Rates Based On

  • per couple

Best time to visit

Open: Year-round

Accommodations

  • Mt. Adams Abode and Mt. Hood Haven

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Mt. Adams Abode and Mt. Hood Haven

Rates Starting at $145.00/night

Stay in one of our large cozy canvas tents, sitting on top of a wooden deck with Mt. Hood views from its covered porch. The tents measure 16x20 and have plenty of space. Guests bring their own toiletries, clothes, and groceries. The tents are solar powered so there is no oven or refrigerator. Inside, the tents are furnished and come with a kitchenette and wood burning stove/fireplace.

The Details

Type: Tents

Beds: King

Bedrooms: 1 - 2

Bathrooms: 1

Units Available: 2

  • Amenities
    • bbq grill
    • bedding
    • cooking condiments
    • cookware / dinnerware / cutlery
    • cross-country skiing
    • electricity - solar/wind powered
    • event space
    • fire pit / ring
    • hammock
    • kitchenette
    • organic garden / farm
    • running water
    • shower
    • solar phone charger
    • towels
    • wood-burning stove
  • Activities
    • cross-country skiing
    • hiking
    • lawn games
    • nature walks
    • snowshoeing
    • stargazing
    • wildlife observing
  • Dining Options
    • Self-catering
    • Kitchenette
    • BBQ grill
    • Nearby restaurants
  • Policies
    • Taxes

      7.25%

    • Gift Cards

      Yes. The property can mail gift certificates upon request.

    • Other Fees

      None.

    • Gratuity

      Not necessary.

    • Check-in

      3 a.m.

    • Check-out

      11 a.m.

    • Reservation and Cancellation Policy

      Cancellations can be requested with at least 14 days notice prior to your check-in date. Guest will be refuded full amount minus a $25 processing fee. Cancellations requested with less than a 14 day notice will result in the forfeiture of your deposit.

  • Location

    How Do I Get There?

    We are 1 1/2 hours from the Portland, Oregon airport. You can drive Hwy. 84 East on the Oregon side of the Columbia River and cross the Button Bridge in Hood River to Washington or drive Hwy. 14 East on the Washington side. Go North on Hwy. 141 to White Salmon. Turn right on Main Street, right on Snowden Road, veer right at the stop sign to stay on Snowden. Travel approximately 8 miles, turn right on Acme Road. At the Y where the road turns to gravel stay left, go approximately 1 mile and you'll arrive at Contentment Acres. Cell phone service can be sketchy in some areas.

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Insider Tips

  • Events

    Exclusive use of the property is avilable for groups of up to 50 people. Your host can accommodate some primitive camping for overnights. Children are allowed on property during events. Please inquire for details.

  • The Weather

    The weather can be unpredictable in winter. The roads can be icy and there can be lots of snow. The county keeps the roads cleared most of the time. If you choose to visit in the winter remember you are coming to the mountains. Spring can be rainy and chilly. Summers can be hot and dry. Fall is a mix of all things. The weather and the views change but it is always peaceful and pretty. Travel safely!