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posted Friday, February 1, 2013 - Volume 41 Issue 5
Paca Pride Guest Ranch - Close to Seattle, yet a world away from urbanity
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Paca Pride Guest Ranch - Close to Seattle, yet a world away from urbanity

Located on the scenic touring route of the Mountain Loop Highway, just outside of Granite Falls, about an hour's drive from the heart of downtown Seattle or 30 minutes from Everett, is a 17-acre, Gay-owned, permaculture homestead campground named Paca Pride Guest Ranch. This is the perfect spot for weddings and events if you're searching for that rustic themed element! With beautiful, breathtaking vistas of Mount Pilchuck and Green Mountain as a backdrop, the herd of alpacas and llamas, along with free-ranging chickens, sets the pastoral scene for your special day.

Paca Pride features a large Roundhouse Yurt multipurpose room with 730 square feet of meeting space that includes an assortment of tables and chairs configurable to your group or event needs, along with a projection screen for presentations. It's a perfect location for an offsite strategic planning session with your work team, a workshop or seminar, yoga retreat, or a reception space for up to 40 guests.

'GLAMPING' AT ITS FINEST
For guests seeking accommodations, be sure to check out the furnished yurt for 'glamping,' featuring bed and linens for a different spin on camping. Also available is a guest room with private bath inside the main log home. Camping platforms make pitching a tent easy for those who choose to rough it, yet are looking for the security of a hosted campground while off exploring the many attractions the area has to offer. An outdoor kitchen and restrooms with showers make camping just that much easier!

Private ranch rentals are available and are bid by the size and needs of the group. Local caterers' and photographers' references are also available to help with your planning needs. If you need a minister to officiate your ceremony, one of the owners is ordained through the Universal Life Church.

For more information, visit www.PacaPride.com, or watch for event listings open to the public (like shearing weekend!) on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/PacaPride.

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