Come join us again for a jammin' good time at Mule Barn Camp 2017!
The Mule Barn Camp 2017 is located the Jefferson County Fairgrounds again this year!!
If you're attending the Festival of American Fiddle Tunes, and need a place to camp,
we are an affordable option. You don't need to be a FT participant though.
You can attend to just to camp and jam for a week!
We're only a half mile from Fort Worden's west gate.
There is enough space to accommodate all campers that want to join us.
The camp has our own segregated restrooms
with four flush toilets and four showers on each side.
No tokens are required for the showers!
There is electricity for charging your electronic devices.
We have plenty of space for your tents or RVs (no hookups).
Parking is included with no limits on the number of cars.
There is a quiet area for those
campers that must get some sleep to attend FT classes!
Dogs are welcome, but must be tethered at all times!
NO wood campfires or generators! Propane campfires are allowed.
Please tell your friends to come join in the fun!
The cost is $75 for the week per camper(the same price for the last 3 years
The fairgrounds raised their price 10% to us!).
If you're only coming for a day or the weekend,
the cost is $15 per night per person.
If you would like to sign up for the Mule Barn Camp 2017, you can use the PayPal link below,
or you can bring cash and pay when you arrive.
Bring extra cash for beer. We'll have a keg of local brew for your enjoyment.
Click here for directions to the fairgrounds.
The address is: 4907 Landes St., Port Townsend, WA 98368
If you have questions or need more info, call Ray Leach at 360-269-8833
or email me at email@example.com
Covered jamming spot looking NW
East side of shower house looking west
SE corner looking west
SW corner looking east
SW corner looking NE
SW corner looking north
Phone: 360-269-8833 for questions or if you need more information.
FYI...Here's the story of the relocation of the Mule Barn Camp from the Mule Barn at Fort Worden to the Jefferson County Fairgrounds...I got a call from the Fort Worden park director, Brian Hageman, informing me that our reservation for the Mule Barn has been cancelled! It all has to do with the park leasing out the land and buildings to the FWPDA, who takes over on May 1, 2014. According to Brian, the Mule Barn is going to be used for equipment storage rather than camping. He said that there was no alternative for us within the park and I would have to make other arrangements!
But the good news is, that I was able to secure a patch of grassy ground at the fairgrounds for us to occupy! That grassy ground comes with a 30' x 60' covered structure with a cement floor, restrooms with showers, and picnic tables. Click here to see an aerial view. (I can't make this link work properly! Right click and open it in a new tab.) Like the Mule Barn, there is some limited electricity for charging your phones, potable water, garbage collection and a place to wash your dishes. In addition, there are four shower stalls in each bathroom (no tokens needed!) and flush toilets! Also, there is NO extra charge for parking your car! Late jamming is allowed. Your dogs are welcome. But, they will have to be on a leash at all times. The manager said that he'd have ice for sale. The fairgrounds are about seven tenths of a mile from Fort Worden's front gate. Scroll down to see the ground level pictures that are below the PayPal link.
Now, I know that this location isn't as ideal as the Mule Barn, but I wanted to have an alternative camping spot for those who don't have any other choice such as opting for the dorms (which can be quite expensive). This is the best alternative that I could find close to Fort Worden. Feel free to email or call me if you have any questions.