High desert (2,000') sandy loam hills & valleys, rocky buttes, ponds, lakes, creeks, marshes. Surrounded by 50,000 acres of BLM and Wash State Wildlife area.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Smaller fishing lakes within half hour drive for smaller boats. Lake Roosevelt & Banks lake within 1/2 - 1 hour with recreati...Read more
Twin Lakes, Lake Roosevelt, Banks Lake, and various small State fly-fishing lakes close by.
Day hiking through the Washington Channeled Scablands is very scenic. Small ponds, creeks and lakes all around provide water f...Read more
Wonderful horseback riding on the 50,000 acres of BLM and State Wildlife Area completely surrounding the ranch.
Mule deer, whitetails, elk, moose, coyotes, an occasional wolf, birds of prey, migrating waterfowl. This is #26 on the Great W...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Washington Channeled Scablands in Washington.
Desert Sagebrush areas dotted with buttes, canyons, creeks, ponds, small lakes.
River, stream or creek
Creeks, ponds, small lakes abound throughout the Channeled Scablands.
Dairy and meat goats, raising beef calves on goat milk. Fresh eggs available for campers. We have working ranch horses and lo...Read more
The vibe at Washington Channeled Scablands
Places to see near StageLine Ranch
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Great hospitality at awesome ranch.
Elsie at the StageLine Ranch epitomizes HipCamp Hospitality.
We were literally welcomed like family members and invited in for a drink, fruit and ice-cream. Elsie told us about her exciting story leading up to her acquisition of the ranch a few years ago. Elsie manages the ranch with cattle, goats, horses and chickens with very little help. As we came in a small RV we were offered a spot next to the barn, so we could hook up with water and power, but there are also more secluded options for pitching your tent or sleeping in the teepee.
In the morning we took part in milking the goats, and after the kids were offered riding lessons, which they enjoyed a lot. Had we not already booked our next stop, we would have stayed longer. The ranch is surrounded by many thousand of acres of government land with so much to see. We would love to come back and explore in more detail.