Accepting Long Term Reservations 


We offer a host of activities

  • Next class starts August 20 2020

  • Classes are offered to teach you new life skills, bee keeping, canning, gardening, animal care and cooking. We even have classes to teach you how to build your own Tiny House or Bus Conversion.

  • We gather as a community for many social events.

  • Gardening as a community.

  • Volunteer jobs are available to help others. If you have a teachable life skill you can teach, contact management if your interested.


We offer many services for our customers.

  • Outdoor kitchen for all our guest to use. We have fellowship nights where we will gather to enjoy a meal and getting to know one another. We also offer this space available as a rental for special occasions.

  • Utility building houses laundry with hydronic heated off grid dryers, showers, toilets and dog wash stations.

  • Dog walk area includes fenced, gated  wading pool, activity area and dog clean up station.

  • Kum-ba-ya area where you can gather around a fire, sing or just simply sit and enjoy Montana's magnificent mountain views. We have different swings and sitting areas where your sure to find your perfect spot.

  • The park is surrounded by many edible plants including fruit and nut trees, berry vines and edible herbs. We have a green house to grow plants not adapted to our climate.

  • A pond provides a soothing gentle sound as the water flows over the rocks. 


  • We offer an off grid lifestyle that makes sense, not only for the environment but for you as well. Living responsibly doesn't have to mean doing without comforts. By having each unit as a off grid stand alone unit we save thousands of dollars in infrastructure cost. This is good for all, people and the environment.

  • Off Grid Solar, each unit has its own mini power grid. 

  • Water system in place for each unit with your own pump and water tank with a purification system in place. This will teach you just how much water you use and how to better conserve.

  • Waste management is done by having  composting toilets so there is no need for black water treatment. It can be composted and put in flower gardens to keep the park beautiful.

  • Gray water is recycled to water edible plants and trees to provide a food source.

  • Heat for the long Montana winters is handled by using pellet stoves. These allow us to use recycled materials that would otherwise end up in land fills. We build our own stoves to work with the solar system and to be as efficient as possible. This heats our hot water as well as our units. Hydronic heat is an even heat and uses very little power making it very energy efficient and environmentally friendly.


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