Covering over 124 acres the farm offers terrain from grassy fields to heavily wooded forests and an abundance of sanctuary wetlands. Being surrounded mostly by private timberland expands the remote feeling this location has to offer. More than 3 miles of maintained trails deliver single track/ pedestrian/equine pathways to wider quad size trails joined by a main trunk trail large enough for vehicles. Established in 1977 as a resident farm, it was once rich with an old growth ceder forest feeding a cedar mill and railroad built by early settlers of Mason County. Remnants of the old growth giants still remain. Rustic cedar fencing, unique metal art, and an abundance of varied fauna offers so many choices for still or film scene selections. Depending on the season, botany ranges from wild holly, various mushrooms, trillium, hazelnut and so much more! Great space to have classes for small farm, foraging, botany, survival skills, dog training and more! Perfect small country setting wedding space. Camp sites, picnic tables, fire pit, barn and fields. For events and production we stage out of our "Cascara site". This space comes equipped with porta potty, 26x16 event tent, 2 ez up tents, 2 picnic tables, 10 Adirondack chairs. NO POWER AT SITE. FOR AN ADDITIONAL $100 FEE a bonfire, check in station, parking assistance and snack service are available. Seating for event tent if provided by us is hay covered with burlap bags for rustic setting. 3 6' folding tables with table cloths. Snack service include 2 hot water carafe's, bottled water, two types of small pre-packaged snacks, instant coffee, instant apple cider, tea, napkins, stir sticks, creamer, sugar, splenda, compo-stable hot cups. We can also offer various staging from fully stocked campsites with ground tents or hammock tents. Equipment including vintage tractor, moto x style motorcycles,adventure style motorcycles and quads are available for props. Come out and visit the farm, walk around and see if this is the right fit for you! Preview at no charge.
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