Inn & Ranch Attractions
Get cozy by the fire after dinner and sip a cup of hot chocolate or tea.
If the weather permits gather around a bonfire and enjoy the night air and stars.
We offer beef for sale by the package. We have hamburger, and a variety of steaks including Rib Eye, New York, Tenderloin, Tri tip and Sirloin. This beef is all natural. Make an order when you make a reservation or let us know when you check in.
Ovenell's Heritage Inn Log Cabins, Guesthouses and Historic Ranch offers our guests a lodging experience beyond compare. Our "Million Dollar View" of Mt. Baker from the Inn is as spectacular as they come. When you are looking for lodging in Concrete, look no further.
The cabins and ranch offer great views of the Cascades, Finney Creek Mountains and Sauk Mountain. Our wildlife includes deer, elk, bear, coyotes, cougar, eagles, osprey and an extensive list of other birds.
While you are visiting enjoy a stroll along the Skagit River through our CREP project. Meander through the timber, enjoy the beauty of the trees and wild flowers. Spend time with the farm animals and feed the horses treats. The chickens, ducks and geese enjoy the company and a bread crumb or two.
Take the opportunity to make family memories with lots of photographs of nature and critters, don't forget to make sure Mt. Baker is in the background!
Each season brings new activities to the ranch...
Spring is calving season. Many of the calves are born in February, but the promise of Spring is near. View the calves frolicking in the field and if you are lucky you may see a calf being born! Our annual Easter egg hunt is the Saturday before Easter. Hundreds of kids converge on the lawns at the Inn looking for eggs and prizes.
Summer heats up with haying season on the ranch and hiking and outdoor sports in the mountains. Enjoy the wildlife on the ranch as you take a stroll to the river through our CREP project or search for wildlife on a hike in the spectacular Cascades. Don't forget to buy a steak for your BBQ when you check in!
Fall brings cooler temperatures and the bounty of harvest. Fall round-up is in September and the first weekend of October is our Festival of Family Farms celebration. Fall color is at its peak in mid October and November marks the holiday season with Thanksgiving reminding us how blessed we are.
Winter sets in and the days get cold, the nights get long and the perfect evening calls for a cup of cocoa and a warm blanket by the fire. Take a trip on the river in a heated drift boat to view eagles or book a fishing trip. See deer, coyotes, eagles, blue herons and other wildlife on a walk to the river.
For Memorable lodging in the North Cascades... Call Ovenell's Heritage Inn at Historic Double O Ranch