The resort community, known as Wilson Ranch, is located on 137 acres adjacent to Early Winters Creek and near the small town of Mazama in the upper Methow Valley.

The area is famous for some of the best cross country skiing in the nation, helicopter skiing, fishing, hiking, biking all at your back door.

The Freestone Inn offers an award wining dining facility, open to the public, overlooking a 4 acre lake.

Only 27 home sites and 15 cabins are planned for the area. Many of the homes and cabins can be rented. At Wilson Ranch, open space is maximized to preserve a rural “sense of place”.

An on site sports shop and equipment rental facility, called Jack’s Hut is a located on the Methow Valley trail system.

Wilson Ranch was planned with a focus on environmental stewardship and “fit.” Human activities. From our community, you can run, hike, bike or ski on a dedicated trail system to the nearby town of Mazama, or, 16 miles down valley to the old west town of Winthrop. The ranch boarders the Okanogan National Forest which also offers endless outdoor opportunities.

We are very proud of what we’ve planned and built here at Wilson Ranch. We believe that Washington’s Methow Valley truly is one of America’s great-undiscovered places, and we feel privileged to be part of it. In this light, we believe the rural Methow Valley character of the site should be protected, and that all activities should occur with minimal disturbance to the integrity of the land. Equally important is adherence to environmental imperatives of the eastern Cascades - the need for effective water conservation, encouragement of native vegetation and wildfire management, attention to view corridors, and wildlife protection and management.