Caption: The three bedroom Meadow House sits on a private knoll overlooking acres of meadows and mountains.
Owners Suzanne Willow and Lanita Witt have restored a working forest and wetland, and a small farm on the Willow-Witt Ranch., a 445 acre sustainable ranch and farm stay near the southern Oregon town of Ashland.
The family-friendly ranch offers numerous opportunities to engage with the animals by feeding, milking, gathering eggs or working in the vegetable garden. Visitors can catch stars in a truly dark sky, hike through meadows of wildflowers and forests filled with birds and wildlife, and spend time with farm animals and the natural world.
The lodging options include the fully-stocked Meadow House and Farmhouse Studio, or a furnished wall tent. Guests can also bring their own tent and stay in the forested campground. There’s an on-site farm store where guests can buy their organic meats, eggs and vegetables.