The rockery began in 1948 and is still a roadside attraction. It was handcrafted with alot of passion over many years by Anna and Wayne Wolfer and family. It is a wonderland full of fairy castles and much much more. The 3 acres are open to the public during daylight hours for free self guided tours. Located just 2 miles off Highway 101, East on State Route 20. We are just 10 minutes from Port Townsend.
Outdoor museum with things made of rocks and mortar and lots of TLC. Stop by for a free self guided tour. Open 7 days a week: 10 AM till dusk. Children must be well supervised and not climb on the exhibits. LOOK BUT DO NOT TOUCH ! We are a wonderland of Fairy Castles and much, much more. Eaglemount Rockery is an old refurbished roadside attraction from the 50's. A blast from the past. A great way to spend an hour or two.
Celebrating Memorial Day 2011
Some of our many roadside exhibits.
Covered wagon with 12 mule team.
Dinosaur guarding the Jail
This award came as quite a surprise.
Thanks for thinking of us.
"Ramona" is one of our many life size figures made from solid concrete. Ramona and the wishingwell greet you as you walk up onto the second level of exhibits. Beside her is granddaughter Miss Madison and Grandpa Callahan. This photo was taken in 2006. If you are GEO Caching Ramona can give you a hot tip for the 2nd waypoint.
Life size concrete Indian Maiden is part of our Indian village. Has anyone seen Schen's Troll???