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The Arrowhead Ranch Cabins
Located in a quiet ranching area approximately 3 miles from the towns of Joseph and Enterprise, Oregon, and approximately 6 miles north of beautiful Wallowa Lake is the perfect getaway. The historic Arrowhead Ranch, once known for prize hereford cattle and quarter horses, sits at the foothills of the spectacular Wallowa Mountains. It is also near the entrance to Hells Canyon Recreational Area and the Zumwalt Prairie, North America's largest remaining grassland of its type. There is easy access to the many Wallowa County adventures, outdoor recreational opportunities and summer events.
The historic Arrowhead Ranch has two knotty pine cabins available for guests. Built in 1890 as ranch wagon houses, they were extensively remodeled into ranch-hand bunkhouses in 1950 and modern guest cabins in 1995. Each sleeps four people comfortably and has a living room, bedroom and bath, and a full service kitchen. The immaculately clean and well maintained cabins are furnished for relaxed comfort with overstuffed chairs, cotton bed linens, quilts and down comforters. The kitchens are equipped with a full set of pots and pans, dishes, and utensils. A geothermal heat pump system keeps the cabins toasty warm on cool nights and comfortably cool on hot summer days. Photos of the cabins appear below. There is a charcoal barbeque available for your outdoor cooking.
The cabins sit in the ranch's park-like atmosphere between the main ranch house and the historic peg-constructed barn. The barn, built in 1888, was featured on the cover of "Country Extra" magazine and has been on the Wallowa County Barn Tour for a number of years. The cabins are ideal for a quiet mountain vacation, small group or family reunions. Testimonials from some of our guests attest to the unique character of the ranch.
Additional photos of the cabins and the ranch can be seen on the "More Photos" link. The "Map" button located to the left will show the location of the cabins and provides driving instructions. We suggest you use this map rather than your vehicle gps as the route will be more direct.
The cabins are available May through October. Other dates may be available upon request, please call for information.
Our rate is $165 per night May through October (plus 6% lodging tax). The winter rate is $125 per night plus tax. For parties greater than four people there is a ten dollar added charge for each additional person. There is a two day minimum length of stay during the summer season and a three day minimum length of stay for Chief Joseph Days. A one night deposit is normally required to hold a reservation of six days or less.
We have two paddocks available for boarding horses. A fee of $10.00 per day per horse is charged and guests provide their own hay when pasture not available.
Cancellation Policy: Reservations will be held for one week pending receipt of deposit equal to one night's lodging. We require four week's notice for a full refund. There is a $15 fee for processing cancellations. In the event of a late cancellation, payment is required for all dates reserved that cannot be rebooked. We do not refund for early departure.
We can accept your credit card, and checks and cash are always welcome.
Each cabin has wireless internet, but no telephone or television.
Sorry, no pets allowed. Smoking is not allowed inside the cabins.
The Ruby Peak Cabin
The Ruby Peak Cabin is a 800 square foot cabin. It consists of four rooms: a living room (with a queen size sofa bed), a full kitchen with dining area, a bedroom (with a double bed), and a bathroom. The cabin has knotty pine throughout and is carpeted in the living room and bedroom. The kitchen has a stove with full oven, large refrigerator, a microwave oven, and a coffeemaker. It is equipped with a full set of pots and pans, dishes, silverware, and cooking utensils. This cabin has a large attached deck which is a wonderful place for your morning coffee or tea while enjoying views of sunrises, the grounds, and the gardens.
The Wagon House Cabin
The Wagon House Cabin is a 850 square foot cabin. It consists of four rooms: a living room (with a queen size sofa bed), a full kitchen/dining room, a bedroom (with a queen size bed), and a bathroom. The cabin has knotty pine throughout and is carpeted in the living room and bedroom. The kitchen has a JennAir stove, a full oven, large refrigerator, a microwave oven, and a coffeemaker. It is equipped with a full set of pots and pans, dishes, silverware, and cooking utensils. The Wagon House cabin has a pleasant sitting area with its own lawn furniture for enjoying our park-like backyard and the wooded wildlife area to the south.
The Ranch's Park-Like Atmosphere
The grounds which surround the cabins consist of approximately one acre of lush, green lawn, trees, and gardens.There are numerous chairs and a hammock located in peaceful and beautiful areas for relaxation. Bird watching, wildlife viewing and strolling are available on several acres of ranch land reserved as wildlife habitat, lush with trees, flowers, shrubs, grasses, springs and creeks which attract a variety of wildlife. Deer, quail, pheasant, waterfowl, Great Horned owls, and a variety of song birds are commonly observed. Our guests have found the ranch to be very quiet and private and a perfect retreat after enjoying the many activities of this extraordinary area.