Willow-Witt Ranch’s 440 acres provide endless recreation opportunities for visitors of all ages. We invite you to come explore our beautiful home, either on your own or with guidance from our team. Pick up a Wetland Interpretive Trail Map when you arrive onsite for a self-guided 2.5-mile loop with numbered stops. Please note no dogs or pets are allowed as this is a working farm with Maremma livestock guardian dogs.
Whether you’re looking for an easygoing meander or a good workout, the miles of trails at the Ranch offer a hike for everyone! Many of our trails are flat or have gentle elevation gains, but others reward a more strenuous hike with gorgeous vistas. Several of our trails guide you through our restored forests and wetlands, or you can stay close to the center of the ranch and visit our friendly goats and chickens or take a peek at our production fields.
Pick up a Wetland Interpretive Trail Map when you arrive onsite. From the Ranch to Location 10 on the map is a 1-mile walk. Return the way you came for a 2-mile round trip hike, or make a loop for a 2.5-mile round trip.
For a more structured visit, schedule a Staff-Guided Tour of the ranch. Or for added adventure, schedule a half-day Pack Goat Hike with one of our guides. See below for more information.
Our staff-led tours begin at 9:00 am and last 1 to 1½ hours. Suitable for all ages, these tours bring together Southern Oregon’s historic past, innovative present, and sustainable future as we visit the farm, forest, and wetlands.
To arrange a guided tour, please email us at info@willowwittranch or call 541.890.1998.
Take your hiking to new heights with a goat packing adventure! We can accommodate groups of up to six hikers for a 4-hour hike with our pack goats. Bring your own lunches, water, jackets, and seats — we’ll pack up the goats and guide you to special vistas on the Ranch or at nearby Grizzly Peak.
$200 for a 4-hour trip for up to six people; additional charge for larger groups. BYO lunch, water, layers, and seats for picnicking.
Call 541-890-1998 or email info@willowwittranch for goat hiking availability and reservations.
Whether it’s restoring our wetland meadows, planting a diverse range of trees, or providing seed for songbirds, the Ranch’s land management projects and practices encourage a wide range of birds to call the ranch home.
Bring your binoculars for a solo morning stroll and enjoy the diversity of birds and their songs, or connect with the Klamath Bird Observatory to participate in their surveys or group walks here at the Ranch.