We have a great location for the outdoor enthusiast. One RV spot has more privacy than the other. We have dogs, horses, goats and geese, so it is not always quite.
We have a good place to part a RV up by our barn that is not a pull through but is realitively flat, has water and electricity. We will have a 50 and 30 amp plug this summer 2021, but we do have 15 amp available now.
We have another RV spot that is back in only but with plenty of room to manuver a 40 foot RV easily, with water and 15 amp service. This spot is directly across from the main home and is not private. Our RV can level itself easily here.
Niether RV parking area is graveled.
Pets are okay, but dogs need to be under control at all times as we have dogs, cats, and geese that do run loose. We may have a kennel available to house your dog(s) while you go for a day trip.
We may have a place for horses as well.
No loud partys.
No smoking around our home, buildings or on our property. Smoke only by your RV and must be placed in sealed container that has water.
No going into our bulidings or property without premission.
No open fires, we have a fire area.
Bar-b-que ok in contained pit. We may have one available for use.
Keep the speed down to under 7MPH around home. No reving of engine.
Keep your trash and debris secure and needs to be taking out with you, no disposal on place.
Free dump in town, no dump for waste water here.
Pretty much, we live here. We love our place and our space but welcome travlers with a comfortable and safe place to stay. We are respectful and fun people and want to share our beautiful area with other that are respectful and fun seekers.
Guest will have to travel 1.3 miles on gravel road to home driveway, which is also gravel. The road can be be a washboard in spots during the summer months and is up hill all the way.
Driveway is wide and open for large tall RV's up to 12 feet. We have water and electric, will be installing a 50 and 30 amp plug this summer 2021.
Next to rig.
We are home to the Colville national forest which hosts many activities from motorized to non motorized biking/ATV/ORV, hiking and backpacking, back country horse back riding, snowshoeing, skiing, snowmobilling, alping lakes for kayaking, floating swimming and fishing. Wonderful wildlife viewing including birds.
Curlew lake is less than a mile away to Curlew state park. Has a boat ramp and swimming area as well as docks to fish off of. No limit on perch, has tourt, bass and tiger muskee.
Ferry county Rail Trail is a maintained gravel path for non-motorized enjoyment. This flat trail is 26 miles long, one way, and ends up by the Canadian border.
Half of our county is the Colville Indian reservation that offers more opportunities as well.
The county seat, Republic, is less than 8 miles away where Washington states only public fossil digging site is located, Stonerose. This is a great way to spend they day, visitors can keep 3 fossils each.
We have an award winning brewery, Republic Brewery.
We are not so much of a shopping mecca, but we do have great local artisans.
Some of the best fly fishing around on the Kettle river and the San Poil river.
Horseback ride availabele at the beautiful K Diamond K guest ranch.
And of course, the entire county is full of breath taking views that will make even a novice photographer look like a pro.
Dark skys are full of stars and the milky way.