The real thing! Covered porch wraps around the 22' by 24' cabin. Complete kitchen and bathroom with clawfoot tub. A red Vermont Castings propane stove provides heat in winter. Antique four-poster beds, plump with pillows and down comforters, sleep six in the upstairs loft. Relax in the private hot tub that over looks the meadow.
Just as the name implies, a turn-of-the-century hideout for two. Antique iron bed, down comforter and all, with private bath.
Nine sleeping cabins, for sleeping only, 12'x14' with built-in bunkbeds for eight. Bring your sleeping bag and pillow.
Two 12'x14' western cabins each with a queen bed, bunk bed, and comfy bedding.
Two 16'x14' canvas walled tents on redwood decks, outfitted with antique queen beds with bedding provided. Drift off to sleep underneath a down comforter and a starry sky. Wake up to sunshine and a view of Lookout Mountain.
Five 16' Sioux-style tipis, each sleeps four comfortably in twin beds. Bring sleeping bags and pillows. Lit by lantern.
The Guest Cookhouse has been serving up genuine western charm since it was built in 1945, as the original boys’ and girls’ bunkhouse. There are two dining halls with fully equipped kitchens and seven refrigerators for your food. The front yard is full of picnic tables and the Cookhouse Patio has two propane barbeque grills. The original campfire pit is the place to be for evening visiting and of course, that timeless favorite, s’mores!
Swimming pool, play field, trails for bike riding...Enjoy a dip in the pool, go for a hike on our hill, or a bicycle ride into town. Our two acre play field can be a beautiful setting for a wedding, a perfect spot for a family volleyball tournament, or a great game of soccer. We have a ball shed filled with toys and activities available for all guests.
Flying Horseshoe Ranch
The Blackburn Family
3190 Red Bridge Road
Cle Elum, WA 98922
Flying Horseshoe Ranch is an easy 90 minute drive from the Greater Seattle area on I-90. Take exit 85 just past Cle Elum, and continue east approximately four miles on Highway 970. Look for the Ranch sign on the left.
Or, using GPS, turn left on Red Bridge Road at approximately 3 miles. Your GPS might still say Masterson Road, but you will see the new Red Bridge Road county sign to the left.