Directions & Information

Thank you for your reservation at Spring Creek Ranch.  Your support of our family run business is much appreciated.

Traveling from out of Washington State? No problem.

Physical addresses and directions for each lodging accommodation:

Ranch House, 22 Belsby Road

Ranch Cabin, 491 Twin Lakes Road

The House & Cabin are on the same 60 (main ranch) property even though their access is via two different roads.

Owl’s Nest, 44 Hill Drive is on a separate 5 acre piece of land.  Please follow this link:  OWL’S NEST DIRECTIONS for specific directions to the cabin.

**There is no formal check in procedure at any of our accommodations.  Doors will be left unlocked for you on the day of your arrival with lights on and keys inside for your use.  We have trusted our guests to make themselves at home for over 20 years.**

Fun, local knowledge:

Please make sure to check the mountain pass report before heading over and fill up on gas before climbing up the pass:

Below are some of my favorite places to stop along your drive:

Cascadian Farms (WA Pass/HWY 20- summer only) Great ice cream, fresh blueberries

Anjou Bakery  (Cashmere)  The Anjou has changed quite a bit over the last several years.  It is still a great stop for a snack or very simple lunch (soup and baguette style sandwich, coffee and treat) but the selection is minimal especially for children.

Orondo Ciderworks (Orondo)  Locally pressed cider, fruit and basic necessities.  The big bonus here is that they have a play area and seasonal donuts.

Lone Pine Fruitstand and Espresso (Orondo)  Great place to stop for a sandwich, Blue Star Coffee (under $1 for a cup of drip last time I was there) + ice cream and baked goods.  Fresh fruit all year long. The Lone Pine sells local wine, soaps, crafts.

Sweet River Bakery (Pateros)  Don’t let their location trick you.  The Sweet River is about as close to a French Patisserie as you’ll get in North Central Washington.  Homemade breads, soups, sandwiches and pizza + bakery goodies.

Twisp is the last town that you will drive through before arriving in Winthrop.  There is a great natural foods store and the valley’s biggest (Hank’s Harvest Foods) grocery store in Twisp.

In Winthrop, you will find the Red Apple Grocery Store a few minutes away from Spring Creek Ranch.

Some favorite places to eat a nice dinner in the Methow Valley include:

 In Twisp,

Glover Street Market, Natural foods market // great breakfasts and lunch + smoothies

Tappi, Italian dining

In Winthrop,

Old Schoolhouse Brewery– each SCR guest receives a $1/pint coupon upon check-in. Full menu- Family friendly

Carlos 1800 Mexican Food

Arrowleaf Bistro–  Excellent food, breakfast and dinner.

And for wonderfully fresh baked goods, espresso, soup and pizza from scratch (within walking distance of Spring Creek Ranch over the Spring Creek Pedestrian Bridge) be sure to stop into:

The Rocking Horse Bakery– FREE WiFi 

Want a great cup of coffee and a burrito to take on your hike?  Look no further than The Java Man

Thanks, Sarah (feel free to text me for additional recommendations (509) 429-6116)