Animals in the area

Bats More than 15 species of bats live in Washington, from the common little brown bat to the rare Townsend’s big-eared bat. Beavers Beavers are found where their preferred foods are in good supply—along rivers, and in small streams, lakes, Read More →

Guests comments

We discovered this unbelievably beautiful retreat a couple years ago and have enjoyed returning several times. It is by far the best for peace and calm… total tranquility! After a short easy drive off the main highway the gorgeous and Read More →

Reptile Zoo

Monroe Reptile Zoo Address: 22715 State Route 2, Monroe, WA 98272-3000 Phone Number:  360-668-8204   “Intriguing!” my family there to see and do unique things. We held a boa constrictor, we took pictures of 2 headed turtle, alligators, snakes & spiders and creepy things. Read More →

ZipLines in Leavenworth

Leavenworth ZipLines     19115 Chiwawa Loop Rd, Mountain Springs Lodge, Leavenworth, WA 98826-9550 From Lodge turn left on Hwy 2 go aprox 43 miles over Stevens Pass and Turn left onto WA-207 go aprox. 4 miles turn right onto Read More →


Historic Downtown Snohomish Antique Capital of the Northwest Annie’s on First 1122 1st Street 360-568-4242 Annie’s on Facebook Antique Station in Victoria Village 1108 1st Street 360-568-4913  Antique Station on Facebook Antiques Warehouse 1019 1st Street 360-568-7590 Snohomish Mercantile Read More →

Golf Courses

  Tall Firs Disc Golf Course Turn left on to Hwy 2 go aprox.  20 miles turn right onto Old Owen Rd. Then drive about 5 miles to Tall Firs Golf Course.   21724 148th St SE, Monroe   “Fun for Read More →
Situated in Washington’s Cascade Mountains, on the banks of the south fork of the Skykomish River, is a thoroughly unique, spectacular log home that is now available for you to experience the luxury, solitude and peacefulness of a perfect mountain getaway. Only an hour’s drive from Seattle, but a world away from the city.