Authentic farmhouse nestled in barnyard of a working ranch. Great Mountain views out every window. The house is comfortable with country charm. Mountains within 10 miles in two directions. The Bear River wraps around the ranch. In the summer enjoy the shade from the huge trees in the yard. The convenience of a small town 1.8 miles away. Lava Hot Springs, Soda Springs, Historical Chesterfield close by. Kayak the Black Canyon of the Bear River when in high flow (expert boaters only).
“This little home was awesome! The beds are the best to sleep on. There are very little EMF waves out there and it was peaceful to sleep. They did have a full kitchen, roku box, Nintendo, ping pong, and games to play. The area has some lovely hot springs that are just 15 minutes away. There is not much to do out there but recharge. Be outside. Sleep. Soak. Cook good food and play some guitar if you’ve got one bring it. This little home is inspiring and quaint. Bring your own pour over materials for coffee or a press if you’ve got it. This would be a writers haven. Lots of animals around, as it is a farm. Cows. Horses. Dogs. Cats. Lovely company!”
Charming Rock House built in 1896. Listed on National Historic Register. Most all interior furnishings period correct, plus all modern amenities. Air conditioning, gas fireplace, and forced air heat in the bedroom. This place will take you back in time! Relaxing. You may want to stay for some time! We are corporate friendly for the traveling man. Biker friendly for our two wheel travelers. Plenty of room to pitch a tent. Covered patio for cooking or entertaining. Come and stay with us!
“I loved this little house. I stayed there alone and was so cozy all night. The house is full of warmth down to the tiniest detail and that really helps. The vibe is comforting. I felt like I was staying at my grandmothers house. The bed was comfortable and I loved the little clawfoot tub, perfect for a soak. I will definitely come back if I ever get the chance. I was there in a snowstorm but I imagine the house is lovely in all seasons.”
This is a 1950's retro camper remodeled to be a unique glamping experience. This space has a vintage farmhouse feel. There is a pinic table, firepit and outdoor chairs so you are ready to camp in style. It is a mile from Lava Hot Springs. Beautiful views on property. Fish Creek runs next to the camper. Portneuf River is close by. Property has 60 acres with hiking. Lava Hot Springs is within walking distance.
“One can tell that the owners put a lot of work and attention into putting this campground together. I stayed in one of the campers, Emma, and it was so cute! There's a heater and an AC in the camper as well as electricity and charming details. Outside the camper there is a patch of lush grass with an in-ground fire pit, a picnic table, and a couple chairs. An outhouse is available - and I hate outhouses - but this one felt much more like a comfortable bathroom and I didn't mind using it. Across the way was a general use volleyball net and picnic area. Overall, this campground is adorably quaint and welcoming! I highly recommend staying here while in Lava Hot Springs.”