Wake Up to Wedding Cake! Stellar Cabin can be your private hideaway. The richness and stunning beauty of our region, with the John Day Fossil Beds, world class fishing, rafting, and cycling make this a fun destination. Or just come and get away for a minute! To sleep four add the Bear Hug! This winter we turned the old saloon into a cozy cook shack where guests can cook and do dishes and hang out!
“Jody is an wonderful host. She went out of her way to welcome us and gifted us with some lovely muffins, eggs and bread and even some fresh tomatoes! The cabins are rustic but well kept with personal touches. I would kind of call this a “glamping” experience since the cabins are separated and you move from one to the other. There is a BBQ grill on the lovely stone patio and full stove in the cook shack. The wood fired hot tub was really a unique experience. We loved soaking in the tub at night and watching the wild turkeys line up one by one to fly up into the trees to roost! Not to mention just taking in the wonderful scenery. Waking up to the views of wedding cake rock was simply spectacular. Stars were limited due to the weather but were beautiful the clear night we had. This is a great place for an adventure and we hope to return again!”
Idyllic, spacious, modern home on the banks of the North Fork of the John Day River. Home sits on 12 private acres surrounded by the historic Kimberly Orchards. Spring through fall activities include hiking, swimming, floating, fishing for Bass, Trout, and Catfish. Winter Steelhead fishing is world class. Nearby attractions; U-Pick fruit at Thomas Orchards, John Day Fossil Beds, Painted Hills, Cant Ranch and the Thomas Condon Paleontology Center.
“Great location and convenient to all John Day Fossil Bed National Monuments. House met all our expectations for a quiet place next to the North Fork John Day River.”
Triple H Homestead is a working farm located just outside Monument in Northern Grant County, a great place to stay while you visit the surrounding John Day area. Whether you enjoy hiking, cycling, touring by car or just seeking a place away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, our farm can be your home away from home. No internet, no cell phone service, no television… just the peace and quiet of country life on a working farm. We look forward to having you come to visit!
“I spent the holiday at the Triple H Homestead in the bunkhouse, and it was a wonderfully quiet, relaxing trip. We cooked a delicious three-course meal and heated the living room with the antique wood/electric stove(which was fun to use), and spent the days hiking in the John Day Fossil Bed and the nearby Malheur National Forest. On top of the natural beauty of the area, Rose was an exemplary host. She gave us the creamiest, smoothest milk fresh from her cows and regaled us with the stories of the farm goings-on. I would definitely recommend a visit to this farm to anyone wanting some peace and quiet away from the city, anyone curious about the rural life, and those who are budget-conscious.”