Forest. Meadow. Hills. A tranquil lake. Our Free-Roaming Area is a 435-acre Northwest paradise for herds of Roosevelt elk, bison, caribou, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, swan and deer.
Come revel in some of the most glorious Northwest landscapes. We’ve even got a mountain in our backyard.
Shimmery in summer. Misty in fall. Our lake is gorgeous, visible as you round the bend or from the deck of the Hellyer Center at your private event. And it’s home to wildlife: frogs, salamanders, insects, swans and even bald eagles who swoop to hunt fish below its pristine surface.
Towering evergreens. Fall colors. Spring wildflowers. Our forests are teeming with life – and make great photo ops for our deer, moose and elk.
Frolicking bighorn sheep? Yep. Sparring elk? Check. Grazing deer or bison? Got ’em. Our meadows make the perfect place to watch animals in the Free-Roaming Area, with a broad expanse that shifts color with the seasons.