Outdoor lovers paradise! Mountain views from your campsite. Watch wildlife, hike, bike, ride and enjoy all 4 seasons! There is something for everyone!
We are a 200-acre working ranch, we raise fiber goats and sheep for wool production. These animals, many of which were rescues, are cared for humanely and produce lovely fiber that is used in my art projects, felting, and art yarn.
A studio and petting area will eventually be added for a more personable experience. At the moment we are still in the construction stage, and training livestock guard dogs, so no ranch tours are being offered. The ranch can't be seen from the campsites, only from the upper hiking trail, so you will have plenty of privacy.
- Check in: After 11AM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
The vibe at St. Regis Seclusion
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St. Regis Seclusion was an awesome stop during our trip across the country. Anna (the host) was very easy to communicate with leading up to our arrival. She was very welcoming, and greeted us on our arrival. Following a personal tour of the property, we pitched our tent in a quiet corner along the trees. Per our request, Anna was kind enough to bring a couple of sheep into a pen close to our camp site so that we could feed them, and hangout with them! We also had the opportunity to interact with her horses. It was a great place to take a quiet walk and enjoy a huckleberry shake from the diner in town. We are very gracious to have met Anna, and to have the opportunity to check out her awesome farm! Thanks again Anna!
We had an amazing tome in St Regis ! The property was beautiful and the Anderson family was amazing and extremely hospitable. They gave us a grand tour of their property as well as told us about fun things to do around town ! All around great people and a great place to stay. Our family will definitely be back every year.
This is an open field right off of a road of a town with a portopotty in it. We drove by and immediately left (with no refunds- it cost $25 to not put our tent right off the road). We camped 15m away at state park site Cabin City - beautiful, private sites and $7 /night including firewood. If you are tent camping, I would not recommend this. It might make more sense for a camper or van ? Wish I knew before booking.
Had a great stay at Shannon and Anna's property in St. Regis! Got a tour around the property where they showed me a nice, secluded spot to set up camp and got to see the progress on the amphitheater. Would definitely recommend and hope to be back again at some point soon!
For us, it was a good stopping place coming from Mt. Rainer and going to Glacier. The land we had to drive on was rough, I’d be scared driving it in a small car. It was just a plot of land with a fire pit. Beautiful mountains were surrounding though. The hosts were very kind and helpful. They gave us firewood.