Spring Creek Ranch AmenitiesFor Reservations call Sarah at (509) 996-2495

Our expansive property is a world unto itself, with sixty acres of pristine countryside bounded by the North Cascade mountains, the Methow River, and Spring Creek, yet it is just a ten-minute stroll from the small-town shops and eateries of Winthrop. In the summer guests can wander along the property’s striking nature walks, take a nap in a riverside hammock, and enjoy wildlife spotting and bird watching. In the winter, enjoy boundless space for snowshoeing and the groomed cross-country ski trails that wind through the property and connect to our famous 120+ kilometers of groomed skiing.

The Ranch House and Cabins are stocked with beautiful handmade plates, bowls, and mugs from Almquist Old Time Pottery shop in downtown Winthrop.

Spring Creek Ranch created and hosted Celestial Cinema for 5 summers.  Take a peak HERE to see what films we showed and relive the magic of seeing projected films outside with friends.

Skiing out the door from Spring Creek Ranch

Cross-country ski trails that literally wind past your door.  The trailhead for the Methow Valley Sports Trails Association (MVSTA) is located on Spring Creek Ranch property.  The trail, which is groomed to within 50 feet of the Spring Creek Ranch House and Cabin, loops through our alfalfa field, over the Spring Creek Bridge and along the Methow River on its way toward Sun Mountain and Mazama trails. {see site map}

With deep ties to the history and natural landscape of the Methow Valley, Spring Creek Ranch is proud to use ecofriendly cleaning supplies whenever possible.

Self-guided hiking paths that meander throughout the property, winding along the spring-feed creek and the river.  Please see our site map for details.

Complimentary horse boarding in our simple, powder river gate corral.  Cold, fresh water provided- just bring your own feed and enjoy our valley’s extensive riding opportunities. {see site map}


Sunset Magazine picked Winthrop’s Ice Skating Rink for their Top 10 Rinks in the West!  “Sporty locals lace up their skates and skis here at the Community Trailhead (at Spring Creek Ranch), a short walk over the new Spring Creek Bridge to town.”

The Ice Rink is built in a corner of our alfalfa field, just a short walk from the Ranch House and Ranch Cabin. Onsite skate rentals available day and evenings. {see site map}

We are proud to support our local soap maker, Molly.  The Ranch House and Cabins all come with a small complimentary bar of Molly’s handmade soap.


Each Spring Creek Ranch Guest is provided with a generous gift card from our local, award winning microbrewery and restaurant.  Walk over the Spring Creek Bridge into Winthrop and exchange your card for a $1 pint of fresh, cold brew.

Spring Creek Ranch is pleased to provide on-site, full service recycling courtesy of our friends at Methow Recycling Round Up.

A stunning, secluded, sixty-acre setting along the Methow River, with endless room to roam and explore.  And yet you’re within walking distance of Winthrop, Washington.  {see site map}

Spring Creek Pedestrian Bridge

A short, picturesque walk over the brand new Spring Creek Pedestrian Bridge will bring you to town, where you’ll find fresh espresso, hand crafted baked goods, a local microbrewery, an independent bookseller and other charming shops and eateries. {see site map}

Trailside resting spots- comfy chairs and tables perfect for curling up with a good book  provide ample opportunities for relaxation. {see site map}

An amazing array of wildlife, including white-tailed and mule deer, bobcats, river otters and bears.  The Ranch is also an incredible site for birding: a family of ospreys has made a home in our handcrafted nesting platform and The Ranch has also been the site of a blue heron rookery for the last several years.  Spring Creek itself is a major spawning ground for wild salmon.  This year marked a spectacular return for all species.  Guests at the Ranch were able to watch salmon making reds and finishing the final leg of their incredible journey from the Pacific Ocean. {see site map}