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Port Townsend, Washington: Eaglemount Rockery: Mini-Wonderland

A refurbished 1950s outdoor roadside attraction with home-built fairy castles, life-size concrete people, a miniature Mount Rushmore, and an Indian village with a 20-foot-tall totem pole.

Eaglemount Rockery Cottages

Eaglemount Rd, Port Townsend, WA
Eaglemount Rockery Cottages. Eleven miles south of Port Townsend on Hwy 20, at its intersection with Eaglemount Rd.
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Eaglemount Rockery.

Eaglemount Rockery: Roadside Mini-Wonderland

True Roadside quirkiness! The owner-caretaker is friendly in a crusty way and may offer to let you pick plums from his tree.

[Loco4LLamas, 09/02/2016]

Eaglemount village.

Eaglemount Rockery

Okay, if I weren't already in the area to see Troll Haven, I would have been disappointed to go all that way just to see this. Yes, someone spent a lot of time working on it and probably had a lot of fun doing it, but it was not nearly as grand as I was expecting.

[Connie in Seattle, 10/26/2014]

Mount Rushmore.

Eaglemount Rockery

Loved having a world tour in a matter of minutes. I was there about a year ago, but still found more new and interesting items on our visit yesterday. Visitors are encouraged to park in the first parking lot near the main road. There was a donation station by the wishing well.

[Tevera & Todd, 08/08/2014]

Uncle Sam.

Eaglemount Rockery: Roadside Mini-Wonderland

I've driven by this place many a time, and I'm glad I finally stopped to look around. It is a very unique world tour and history lesson. You have to take a stroll to fully enjoy the genius behind it. Park immediately upon entering the property in the visitors section, in front of the old gas station-office. Donations are accepted at the wishing well in the front. I love the hillside view of Discovery Bay as well.

[Tevera, 10/01/2013]

Dinosaur statue.

Eaglemount Rockery

This refurbished 1950s roadside attraction is open to the public during daylight hours for free self-guided tours (We purchased the property about ten years ago and began restoring it). Over 100 exhibits on three acres, including fairy castles, life-size concrete people, a miniature Mount Rushmore, and an Indian village with a 20-foot-tall totem pole. A great place to spend some time.

[Schen Callahan, 02/18/2013]

The rockery began in 1948, the creation of Anna and Wayne Wolfer and their family.

Nearby Offbeat Places

Fat Smitty's RestaurantFat Smitty's Restaurant, Port Townsend, WA - 2 mi.
Fake Airplane LandingFake Airplane Landing, Port Hadlock, WA - 5 mi.
Bandy's Troll HavenBandy's Troll Haven, Sequim, WA - 6 mi.
In the region:
Pyramid Tomb of the Ruckers, Everett, WA - 30 mi.

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