Getting Settled In

Gray Wolf Ranch is nestled amongst the natural beauty of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula on over 20 acres of land. The setting is pristine. The campus encompasses multiple buildings including the Lodge, Yurts, and the Trek Center all connected with natural walking paths and beautiful landscape.

Meet Peter


Peter completed counselor training at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation and worked in the male unit for four years. He founded Gray Wolf after seeing a need for extended care options that offered academic, vocational, and care components. He added a wilderness component to address necessary aspects of play, challenge, and self care.

  • Participated in the Outward Bound Program
  • Completed counselor training at Hazelden
  • Founded Gray Wolf Ranch in 1996

A Feeling of No Place You've Ever Been

The Lodge Amenities & Property

The main building on the Gray Wolf campus is the Lodge, which can house up to 14 residents and is the central focus of the campus.

  • state-of-the-art, open kitchen
  • dining room with farm tables
  • comfortable living spaces
  • fireplace and media center
  • community and meeting spaces
  • outdoor dining patio
A Feeling of No Place You've Ever Been

Campus Amenities & Services

Our campus offers a lush, rugged backdrop where residents can break old cycles and start new routines.

  • native plants, vegetable garden & koi pond
  • outdoor ceremonial area with fire pit
  • trek center with fleets of bikes and kayaks
  • gaming lounge with pool table, ping pong, foosball
  • music studio
  • wellness and meditation Yurt
  • sports court and horseshoe pit
  • A Feeling of No Place You've Ever Been
  • A Feeling of No Place You've Ever Been
  • A Feeling of No Place You've Ever Been
  • A Feeling of No Place You've Ever Been
  • A Feeling of No Place You've Ever Been
  • A Feeling of No Place You've Ever Been
Lending a Hand

The Tree House

The Tree House is a separate living quarter on the Gray Wolf campus that can house four residents in its upper level. The game lounge is on its lower level. The Tree House is a quiet and private space dedicated to extended care residents.

Good, Clean Eating

Cedar Tree

Residents nearing graduation transition into the Cedar Tree living quarters, a separate cabin on the campus which houses eight extended care residents. This space is where our senior peers can prepare for their graduation and transition into work, school, and the community at large with a close-knit group of guys that have changed the trajectory of their lives.

“For me, life really started on 22 acres in Washington.
I owe my whole life to Gray Wolf.”

Andy Thomas – Graduated 2010


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