Nestled in the village of Wynndel, part of the Creston Valley, the property offers a fully-serviced vacation home rental. Located on 5 acres of rolling hills and backing to a forest, you are likely to see deer, elk and wild turkeys right from the window.
Fishing Charters and Eco Tours are also offered May to October.
Full and half day packages are available. Fish for Gerrard, Bull and Rainbow Trout.
The Creston Valley’s unique climate and incomparable geography make it a place where you can feast like royalty on a 10-mile diet, thanks to its rich, diverse agricultural industry and then whet your whistle with locally-produced wine and beer or try a taste of the 2012 World’s Best Pure juice!
Wynnwood Cellars is also located in Wynndel set above Duck Lake in a lovely setting. Their wine is available in restaurants, at the Wynndel Store and at their on-site Tasting Room which is open mid-May to mid-October.
The Creston Valley lies at an elevation of 1,730 feet above sea level. Soft fruits are grown on bench land with good air drainage. Rainfall is around 22 inches per year, which can be adequate for dry land grape production.