Located in the central Cascade Mountains of Washington State (nestled between Mt. Rainier, Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Adams and Mt. Hood),
our secluded ten acres of paradise includes two crystal clear streams from underground springs, featuring two waterfalls
and a pond made by an actual beaver dam.
While on the property, guests can join in every aspect of living on a cannabis farm: Water, prune and care for the plants, help make clones, plant, harvest, even process the buds.
Of course, all tasks are season dependent: Planting is late April through mid-June; harvest is July through early October.
No worries, there is always something interesting to do, learn or see at Big Hat Farm, regardless of season.
Check out our huge fire pits, and marvel at the giant stumps in the forest. Our nights are dark dark, making stargazing a favored event. Book early for meteor showers, especially the Perseids in August.
Relax in the contemplation room, looking out over the Cowlitz Valley.
Try our many utensils for smoking, vaping, or dabbing cannabis products.
Get up early and you will likely see deer and elk. Coyotes, cougars and bears are known to be in the area, but have not been seen on the property.
Bird-watching is a premium activity here. Once-endangered bald eagles are frequently seen at the farm.
Big Hat Farm, on the cutting edge of cannabis tourism, is now taking bookings for our bed & breakfast and campsite accommodations.
Book early to enjoy a very exclusive experience.
Our current B&B rate is $120/night for 2 people, and camping is $20/night per person.