Wildflower has become a destination for travelers and locals of all ages to celebrate fun with art, music, community, good food and spirits. In 2013, Wildstock was created by Mike Mac Millan. Twenty seven bands and supporters of the Wildflower hosted a three day event. Planned in just five weeks, it brought out many talented musicians willing to support more of these events. A large enough stage with lighting and sound systems was built. Lead by Mike Mac Millan; with incredible graphics by Dave Cherry, sound by a team lead by Tom Gordon and Timmy Chatwood and publicity by Jessica Escobar. Check our calendar to see when new events are listed.
Formerly four blighted motels, Pat Campbell Cozzi has invested more than $3,000,0000, renovated and grown the Wildflower so it no longer houses weekly tenants. It now has hostel, bed & breakfast and motel rooms; studios; coffee shop; bike rentals; wedding chapel; PUB; with a traveling liquor license; gift shop; art galleries; art studios; meeting rooms and classrooms; art house; pottery studio; drama and dance; music jams; performances; art exhibits and retreats. Existing accommodations for out of town guests are clean and comfortable, with designer linens, French lace from Sauverne, Tiffany-style lamps, and relaxing porches and gardens. No tvs or phones are provided which makes for a quiet and peaceful stay. We are a great place to stay for all kinds of folks, if you come to raft, ski, take in the opera, philharmonic, or just enjoy all the area has to offer, the Wildflower is a great place to stay for a night or longer.
You can rent a hostel, motel, or B&B room at the Wildflower. We have laundry service for our guests. Just ask when you check in. Our coffee shop and PUB offer wireless internet, computers, printing, entertainment, movies, libraries food and alcohol. With advance notice we can pick up and deliver you to and from the airport, bus station or train station.
You are our most important guest, we are not fancy, but our goal is to make a comfortable and entertaining stay for you.
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