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The small town of Yacolt is nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains in the shadow of Mt. St. Helens. It is on the Scenic Route in North Clark County. Yacolt boasts country living with easy access to the luxuries of the city. Both Vancouver and Portland, Oregon are just a short drive away. A Country Paradise, 73 acres, working horse ranch with a beautiful 2400 Continue reading...

The small town of Yacolt is nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains in the shadow of Mt. St. Helens. It is on the Scenic Route in North Clark County. Yacolt boasts country living with easy access to the luxuries of the city. Both Vancouver and Portland, Oregon are just a short drive away.

A Country Paradise, 73 acres, working horse ranch with a beautiful 2400 square foot log home guest house, which makes it feel as if you were miles and miles from no-where, and yet is 25 minutes by car from the night-life and shops and 45 Minutes North of the Portland, Oregon Airport.

You must see it to believe it! We live in a magical place.

The tastefully decorated 3 bedroom log home enhances your experience of country life. Imagine waking up to horses running in the pastures and the tranquility of a truly private mountain setting. Then breathe in the clean mountain air and soak up the morning with beautiful horses and views.

The exquisite Master Bedroom has a log king size bed with a mirrored dresser and 2 night stands alongwith a private bathroom and private balcony entrance to the hot tub.

The second bedroom has a double bed and dresser with a connecting bathroom (this is the main bathroom for the house) and a small loft with a twin bed in this same room.The third “loft bedroom” is overlooking the main living room with a double bed along with a beautiful view.

In the beautifully decorated living room there are 2 leather couches that turn into double beds as well for your extra guest.

We welcome you to bring your own horses, or you can rent ours.No smoking or pets allowed.

RENTAL FEATURES

-High/Vaulted Ceiling

-Electric wall Heaters with a central wood burning system

-Living room with beautiful rock fireplace

-Hardwood 60% / Slate Flooring 40%

-Dining Room with extra-large table

-Traditional Oven / Convection Oven

-Microwave

-Refrigerator

-Dishwasher

-Trash compactor

-Kitchen pantry

-Washer/Dryer

- hi-definition television with surround sound

-Direct Dish TV

- DVD Player

-Wi-Fi

-Secluded 6ft picnic area on deck on back of house with a gas BBQ, patio set and speakers for stereo

-Secluded deck off of the master bedroom with a hot tub and speakers for stereo

- Trails just outside the door to work off the stress of your day with a run or walk.

-Horseback riding packages available upon request

-Horse riding lessons available upon request

-One on One ranch training packages – What it takes to care for horses and living the lifestyle on a ranch (lots of parents love this for their kids as they learn what hard work is, patience, accountability and the love of horses

-Private gym use packages available upon request

-Arena rental packages available upon request

From Mount St. Helens, to the Columbia River Gorge, to the Pacific Coast, Yacolt, Washington area boasts a vast array of activities, scenic landscapes, and unique historical sites.

History of Yacolt Yacolt was originally named Garner, named for the family who homesteaded 160 acres in 1887. In 1876, Joseph Eaton established the first post office to serve the Yacolt area out of his home near Rock Creek. The post office was officially established in 1895 with two locations, one named Garner and the other named Yacolt. Over time, the Yacolt name won out.

What does Yacolt mean? Yacolt translates to “valley of the demons” or “haunted place.” It was named for a Native American legend about several children camping in Yacolt, many years ago, who wondered away from camp never to be seen again. It was believed that evil spirits had taken them.

September 11-13, 1902, saw the largest fire in the state history sweep through Yacolt, Washington. The fire is now infamously known as the Yacolt Burn. At the time of the fires the town consisted of 15 buildings and was almost destroyed by the fire. However, a few short years later on July 31, 1908, Yacolt was officially incorporated. In 2008, the town celebrated its 100th anniversary.

The fire’s origin is still unknown; however, there was speculation that it was an accident resulting from local loggers working. The fire burned over 370 square miles and resulted in 38 fatalities.




Accommodation provided
Cabin
No. of sites
8 bookable sites
Access
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to 13 people per site
Potable water available
Pump or well
Fires allowed
Firewood provided, fire ring w/ grill, wood bur...
Toilet available
Flush toilet
No pets
Showers available
Hot water
Bins available
Recycling bin, trash bin
Picnic table available
No wifi
RV hookup available
No RV sanitation
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  • Check in: After 2PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Super Strict (30 Days)
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: None
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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    MMR - Wild Horse Station
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    Washington
    $650/night
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