FAQ’s 2018-04-18T16:50:58+00:00

Frequently Asked Questions

Where are we located?

Fourteen miles away from Leavenworth, uphill. We are at 1800 feet elevation, and Leavenworth is at 1200. We are in the historic Beaver Valley, surrounded by mountains, a beautiful 360 Degree mountain view.

What do I need to bring?

Just food, and personal items you want. These are complete homes.

Are there any restaurants?

The Old Mill Cafe is nearby, within walking distance. There are 2 or 3 others within a short drive. All the way from fast food to fine dining. Twenty minutes away in Leavenworth there is a huge selection of restaurants.

Can I buy supplies there?

The little village of Plain has a country grocery store, hardware store and laundromat.

Roads?

Our roads are safer than the highway. The County plows as needed all winter. The school buses use our road and go up and over Beaver Hill to Leavenworth. You normally will not need chains if you have good tires. Remember the State “requires” you carry chains when traveling the passes, but its rare to have to put them on. We plow our own interior roads. 10 mph please.

Weather?

Four beautiful, distinct seasons. Each with its own fun “Things to Do”

Winter, or the first snow, usually starts just after Thanksgiving. We normally go through winter with 1 to 3 feet on the ground until just after Valentines Day. ( We plow our own roads.) Remember Mother Nature is not always normal! Day temps. average 25-40 degrees, nights 15-25 degrees. Check your weather and pass reports.

Spring, gets underway about mid-March to mid June. Lots of wildflowers, and birds returning April/May. Temperatures about 60 plus during the day, with frosts at night.

Summer, comes in fast! One day its spring and then its summer. Anytime from mid-may to mid-June. 80-90 degree days, once in a while, 95 degrees. Little or no rain. Low humidity, cool, comfortable evenings.

Autumn, starts in September with the first frosts. Full autumn leaf beauty by the last week of September through most of October. 50-60 degree days, frost at night.