Take in the majesty of 40 lush acres of Ponderosa pines. Enjoy hiking, snowshoeing, or x-country skiing on our trails. 1 mile from Columbia River (and Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area); 4 miles from Colville National Forest; 4.5 miles from gorgeous, serene Lake Ellen, known for fishing; 4 miles from swimming beach at Haag Cove; 3 miles from French Rock boat launch.Continue reading...
Take in the majesty of 40 lush acres of Ponderosa pines. Enjoy hiking, snowshoeing, or x-country skiing on our trails. 1 mile from Columbia River (and Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area); 4 miles from Colville National Forest; 4.5 miles from gorgeous, serene Lake Ellen, known for fishing; 4 miles from swimming beach at Haag Cove; 3 miles from French Rock boat launch. Close to Kettle River, where floating the river reigns in June and July.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 35% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Available in Columbia River (1 mile), Lake Ellen (4.5 miles), and Trout Lake (about 9 miles).
40 acres of trails, and property is 4 miles from Colville National Forest
Horses not provided, but pasture and barn available, along with trails for rising.
Trails for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
Available at Haag Cove (4 miles) and Lake Ellen (4.5 miles).
See deer, an occasional moose, a variety of bird life, and an occasional black bear
Natural features you'll find at Ponderosa Pine Paradise in Washington.
40 acres of Ponderosa pines. Colville National Forest 4 miles away.
Lake Ellen, 4.5 miles away. Trout Lake, 9 miles away.
River, stream or creek
Columbia River 1 mile away
Lake Ellen 4.5 miles away; Haag Cove 4 miles away
Places to see near Hansen Woodland Farm
The vibe at Ponderosa Pine Paradise
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
This was a fun place to stay. The gal running it is new to having tent campers so it was a bit more rustic than expected but she was an excellent host! We arrived at her place, and she had a folder with information about the place and things to do nearby as well as a bag full of freshly picked cherries from her tree (yum!). She warned about bears being seen on the property and we did see a bear twice but thankfully without any problems. Just remember to lock your food up! It was a very quiet and secluded place with gorgeous views! It is fairly quiet, although you can hear some traffic from the main road, and coyotes howling at night. There were four of us in site 6, the "mountain view" which is farther away from water and the bathrooms but very pretty. Your water will come from a hose and the bathroom is quite rustic.
The camp area is dog friendly (we had four with us) and lots of fun trails to walk around on. Just know there aren't any picnic tables at the sites. Just a fire ring and a tarp for your tent. So you might want to bring a table of some kind for cooking/eating/etc. Great place though! Would give it 4 stars out of 5!