Rose Hill Farm B & B overlooks 350 acres of farm and ranch land. Fields of Timothy hay grow here and draft horses have the run of the pasture. This working farm, situated along the Yakima river has a rich history and still contributes to the export of quality grass hay around the world.
5 miles of trails through forests alongside Washington's only blue ribbon trout stream await your exploration. So, come and hike, fish or have a picnic on our beautiful land. There is plenty of room to stable your horses for when you want to head out on a ride in the hills.
We strive to keep our property clean and in a park-like condition. Wildlife viewing is tremendous. Deer, raccoons, beaver are few of the animals you have the opportunity to see. Bird life abounds, including great horned owls, bald eagles, great blue herons and countless others.
As mentioned above you will have a beautiful stretch of river at your feet to catch the big one. Riffles and pools await your first cast. The Yakima river is a catch-and-release stream through this stretch which is vital part of protecting this recreation resource.
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