With 2100 acres nestled against the Ochoco NF, our ranch is a family-owned working ranch. Scenic meadows, managed forest lands and rock vistas make up the landscape. Enjoy the slow-paced country lifestyle in an authentic ranch setting.
Quiet, cozy, rustic bunkhouse that can sleep 4 people (5 with children). Features include a queen log bed in living room, a very small, separate bunk room with 1 set of bunks and a single platform bed.
Fully equipped kitchen with a camp stove/oven combo, separate shower room, and bathroom. Wood stove & heaters for warmth and fans for cooling. A new front deck with a table and chairs for enjoying the view.
Guests are welcome to explore as much as they want. We offer hiking, mt. biking, road biking, photography, bird watching, cross country skiing, horseback riding and hunting (with pre-approval).
We are located 11 miles NE of Prineville. Our guests will enjoy quiet country ranch life at its best!
Arrangements can be made to and from Redmond airport and to town if needed.
Many activities available. Hiking, Mt. Biking, Road Biking, Photography, Bird Watching, Cross Country Skiing, Horseback Riding (your horses). 2 stalls available for rent at $25/night each, includes grass hay. Pasture rental $15/night.
Interaction with guests
We enjoy visiting with our guests but also are respectful of their privacy. Here to answer any questions and to help you find your way around this beautiful country!
Other things to note
The county has set an 8.5% Occupancy Tax for all guest lodgings. This will be added as an alteration to your original reservation, which you MUST confirm to hold reservation.
There is a $10 fee/dog/night (no more than 2 dogs allowed). (This also will be added in your alteration along with the tax).
As of now cell phone service is limited, Verizon works but AT&T does not. Not sure about T-mobile and Sprint.
***The county has set an 8.5% Occupancy Tax for all guest lodgings. This will be collected during your stay.
There is a $10/dog /night charge.
A dog is ONLY allowed if you send us a copy of currant vaccination certificate before arriving. They then need to be well trained and get along with other dogs and livestock. House rules for dogs are as follows, absolutely no dogs allowed on the beds/ furniture and they are not allowed in the house alone. A kennel is available upon request. We also have provided a dog bed.
Smoking is allowed outside but not not inside the buildings. Please be extra careful during our hot and dry months.
From Sep 1 - Nov 30, 2017 the minimum stay is 2 nights.
My husband Roy and I have been living our dream of Ranch life for the past two years. We enjoy Central Oregon and the lifestyle the ranch allows us. Roy enjoys sharing his knowledge of ranching, forest practices and the history of the ranch. I love anything food! Always anxious to share a meal, cooking tips or a glass of wine!