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Snow Peak Long Beach Campfield is now open


Snow Peak Long Beach Campfield opens in Washington, offering a luxury camping experience with diverse accommodations and amenities including an Ofuro Spa.

Snow Peak Long Beach Campfield, a 25-acre luxury campground situated on Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula and extension of Japanese camping brand Snow Peak, is now open. As the brand’s first campground in North America, Snow Peak Long Beach Campfield is centrally located between Seattle and Portland, offering 48 Field Sites, 8 Tent Suites and 14 Jyubako Suites, in addition to an Ofuro Spa, Campstore, gear rentals, a luxurious Wash House, and more.


“We are looking forward to welcoming guests from around the world to experience Snow Peak Long Beach Campfield,” said Noah Reis, Snow Peak USA VP and Chief Operating Officer. “At Snow Peak, we believe in the transformative power of nature and the profound connections it fosters. Our Long Beach Campfield is more than just a destination; it’s a sanctuary where friends, families, and solo campers can immerse themselves in a refined camping experience, surrounded by the stunning beauty of the Pacific Northwest’s coast.”

A new kind of campground

Snow Peak Long Beach Campfield offers an elevated environment, encouraging guests to unplug and immerse themselves in the outdoors. Spacious campsites provide ample room for setup, complemented by pristine, sanitary facilities including a Wash House with private showers, restrooms and an expansive sink station for camp clean-up. With a range of accommodations from open campsites to private micro cabins, the campsite balances comfort and a deep connection with nature.


Restorative wellness

A place to restore mind and spirit, the newly opened Ofuro Spa is a lavish addition to Snow Peak Long Beach Campfield’s suite of amenities designed to enhance the guest experience. The spa draws inspiration from traditional Japanese bathhouses, offering a tranquil retreat where guests can indulge in holistic relaxation and rejuvenation. At the heart of the open-air space, visitors will find a soothing outdoor hot pool, a sauna crafted from hinoki cypress wood, known for its aromatic and therapeutic properties, and a refreshing cold plunge pool. Guests can enjoy serene views of nature during their visit, including a nearby pond and lush island. All Campfield bookings include complimentary Ofuro Spa access, with day passes also available for purchase.

Refuel & Reconnect

Designed and centered around community, the campsite provides an immersive retreat to help guests be present and reconnect to nature. On-site programming includes wine tastings and happy hours, live music with local bands and artists, weekly Takibi Time and more. Additionally, the Campfield hosts ecological programming such as wild mushroom hunting, clam digging and bike excursions, along with year-round outdoor adventures that the peninsula provides. The onsite Campstore, open to campers, day guests and locals, offers a well-stocked market and all-day café, along with an assortment of Snow Peak gear.

Locals and guests can enjoy the warmer summer nights at the inaugural Snow Peak Long Beach Campfield Night Market in late July. This free, all-ages event will feature live music from local artists, curated shopping from various Pacific Northwest vendors, small bites, drinks and more. Additionally, Snow Peak Long Beach Campfield will host the area’s first two Snow Peak Way events in June and October. These campouts offer a blend of activities, communal gatherings and free time to explore and connect with fellow outdoor enthusiasts and Snow Peak staff. Each event will include community Takibi Time and longstanding Snow Peak Way traditions like the Paper Airplane Contest.


Thoughtful design

Snow Peak prioritizes restoration and conservation at every turn, exemplified by their careful restoration of four acres of on-site wetlands, bolstering the ecosystem by nurturing the flora and fauna that call them home and improving its ecological value. Committed to providing a high-quality and comfortable camping experience, the campsite partnered with local architectural design company, EFA Architects, to oversee all construction efforts including wetland mitigation, program development, design assembly and architectural design.

Drawing on Snow Peak’s core values, EFA Architects crafted a design that harmoniously integrates with the unique wetland environment of the Long Beach peninsula. North 45 Projects led interior design, while landscape architecture was handled by Knot Studio, both based in Portland, Oregon. Project construction was carried out by Helligso Construction from Astoria, Oregon, emphasizing minimal environmental impact. The construction of key facilities like the Campstore and Ofuro Spa included authentically milled and heat treated yakisugi, a durable cladding material made from Japanese cypress, from Nakamoto Forestry.

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