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.


Bring your family or friends together for a special weekend or week at Willow-Witt Ranch.

New introductions - child meeting piglet

Our Farm Stays and Campground can be rented separately or together to accommodate the ages and number of people in your party. Farm Tours are available for an additional fee. We can help you arrange catering for a farm dinner, you can take a half-day Goat Hike with one of our staff, go hiking on the Ranch or in the nearby areas, or simply spend time together catching up. The Ranch manager, Dave Baldwin, just happens to be a professional photographer. Dave makes appointments in advance; ask us for his contact information.

pack goat hike
Enjoy a pack goat hike
open dance floor outdoors
Outdoor dancing and dining
table feast
Feast on farm fresh organic foods
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.
Oregon Tilth Certified Organic
Willow-Witt Ranch

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