High Valley Country Club


“Cute Squirrels but heed a Warning!”


Did you know?

High Valley Country Club is located in Packwood which is in Lewis County in Washington State

We are surrounded by the natural beauty of the mountains, forests and rivers along with the wildlife that goes with them that makes are area unique and a destination in both summer and winter!


Read our Water Consumer Confidence Report for 2017 now available under the facilities tab.

Information for the Packwood Trail Project!

A network of trails with year-round access would serve as a boon to the residents, visitors, and economy of Packwood. View the Conceptional Designs

Recently a High Valley Member reported Squirrel damage to homes can be costly.

Squirrels can chew through just about anything that’s not made of metal. Their front teeth continue growing throughout their entire lives. To keep them trimmed to a proper length squirrels chew on stuff.
A major problem arises when squirrels don’t have available to them, their normal methods of teeth trimming which include chewing on acorns, walnuts or other hard coated seeds gathered from trees, and will instead chew on your house, and property or anything else to keep their teeth trimmed. They might chew on your wood siding, roofing shingles, doors, sheds, barns, grill covers, patio furniture, plastic yard lights, non-metal parts of parked cars, etc.
So how do you stop them from destroying your stuff? There are several methods that can be used. The most important one being that you act as soon as you notice the first signs of damage. Don’t wait until these pesky critters have chewed a gaping hole in the side of your home or top of your roof.

If you see wood damage from squirrels on your home, shed or barn in a location that isn’t overly obvious to guests and visitors, you can cover it with a piece of 1/2-Inch galvanized welded wire mesh or chicken wire or even a tin metal sheet.

If the damage is in a location on your house that’s readily visible, use a rodent repellent such as Bonide 238 Animal Repellent . Spray it on and around the damaged area.


Our residential Playground is no longer safe and must be removed. It is a residential grade and could not be refurbished. We sold it “as is and U-haul”. It will be gone July 14th. Please help us raise funds for the new replacement equipment. We need your donations for the new commercial grade playground equipment. Drop off contributions at the Clubhouse or mail to HVCC PO Box 427, Packwood WA 98361.


to order your engraved brick at this link to create a walkway to honor family members both past and present.