COVID-19 INFORMATION

Things to know when planning a visit to Willow-Witt Ranch for camp, a hike, or to visit the Farm Store: All visitors and staff must wear masks in common areas, and keep 6' physical distance. Visitors may not enter the barns or pens, but may pet goats and chickens through the fences. When shopping, please tell a staff person what you would like and we will bring your items to you; our Farm Store does not allow space for distancing. Handwash stations are conveniently located at the farm and campground...please use them.

Welcome to Willow-Witt Ranch,
a Popular Agritourism Destination in Southern Oregon

Willow-Witt Ranch is a 445-acre gem in Southern Oregon’s Cascade Mountain Range high country. In this magical valley, owners Suzanne Willow and Lanita Witt have restored a forest, wetlands and small working farm and ranch, including wonderful Farm Stay accommodations. If you're looking for a unique and exciting Agritourism experience, your adventure begins here! Whether your ideal accommodation is a walk-in tent site among the trees, a more luxurious furnished wall tent with private deck, a cozy farmhouse studio, or the spacious and private Meadow House, you can be sure of a memorable stay. Experience nature’s beauty on a working ranch committed to land conservation and restoration, alternative energy, sustainable agriculture, and sharing that knowledge and experiences with others.

Enjoy open barn days, farm tours, birding with local guides, dining with local food and wine enthusiasts right in our pastures, shopping in the farm store, and hiking with pack goats to take in the spectacular views.

Come stay with us!

We do not allow dogs or pets on the ranch.
Our working farm uses Maremma livestock guardian dogs to protect our animals from predators.


VISIT OUR SISTER SITES

The Forest Conservation Burial Ground - Oregon's First Dedicated natural Burial Ground
AND FOREST PET CEMETERY
The Crest at Willow Witt
Cultivating Connection to Farm, Forest, Water and Each Other


LAND ACKNOWLEDGMENT

We acknowledge that the Shasta, Upland Takelma, Latgawa and Athabaskan peoples stewarded these lands for millennia. We also acknowledge the intergenerational trauma caused by their forcible removal from their ancestral lands. The people whose ancestors lived on this land are now citizens of The Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Indians, The Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians, or The Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde.
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News

  • Mail Tribune: Green Living: Willow-Witt Ranch

    Mail Tribune

    Green Living: Willow-Witt Ranch

    By Robert Hastings, March 4, 2021

    green living at Willow-Witt Ranch

    Conservation of native habitats goes a long way in helping residents get the most out of their real estate and Suzanne and Lanita are here to help you learn how. The ranch holds summer classes and talks along with hikes and activities for kids and adults of all ages to come learn more about the ecosystems in Southern Oregon and how a symbiotic relationship with their surroundings is beneficial to their health and others in the long run.

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  • The 12 Hike Podcast: Willow Witt Ranch - Getting Back to Our Root‪s‬

    The 12 Hike Podcast

    Willow Witt Ranch: Getting Back to Our Root‪s‬

    The 12 Hike Podcasts, October 28, 2020 episode

    This past month, Willow-Witt Ranch was featured on the 12 Hike Podcast, hosted by Zach Jenkins. 12 Hikes talks to outdoor enthusiasts and recreation providers to explore all of the different ways YOU can get outside. 

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  • KEEN: WWOOFing Meets Camping Solo With Kids

    KEEN Footwear

    child petting goats during farm stay camping trip

    WWOOFing Meets Camping Solo With Kids

    July 24, 2020
    By Ginny Figlar, KEEN Editorial Director

    When I was a kid, I camped in the backyard with my sister in our New York City suburb. Despite being a stone’s throw from our bedroom, it still felt so magical, exciting, and a little spooky. Those nights are etched in my childhood memories of summer.

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  • Weekend Sherpa: Farm to Tent Cabins

    Weekend Sherpa

    fully appointed tent cabin at Willow-Witt Ranch farm stayPhoto by Weekend Sherpa

    Farm to Tent Cabin

    Glamping Tent Cabins at Willow-Witt Ranch in Ashland, Oregon

    July 29, 2020

    The hardest part of staying at Willow-Witt Ranch will be leaving. This sprawling 445-acre property in Southern Oregon is part organic farm, part campground, part wellness retreat, and wholly relaxing.

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  • Travel Oregon: How to Explore the Cascade Siskiyou National Monument

    Travel Oregon

    Cascade Siskiyou National Monument view in summer photo by BLM
    Photo by BLM

    How to Explore the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

    Get off the grid at this Southern Oregon treasure, celebrating 20 years of wilderness protection.

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locally raised meat, eggs and dairy products
Willow-Witt Ranch is dedicated to the conservation and restoration of a unique ecosystem in the Southern Cascades, and the headwaters, wetlands, and forests that arise there. We provide education on the values of ecology and of the complex web of food and environment by operating a small certified organic farm and Farm Stay accommodations for a unique agritourism experience.
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Oregon Tilth Certified Organic
Willow-Witt Ranch

658 Shale City Road
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 890-1998
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