- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Hood river is about 1.5 hours west
There is an OHV park about an hour away
There is a creek running through my place. perfect for watching ducks, herons, eagles and other smaller animals
Natural features you'll find at Tin Willows Milk a Sheep Camp in Oregon.
The ranch is in Eastern Oregon, high desert country. This isn't flat ground, but rolling hills, canyons and vistas where yo...Read more
River, stream or creek
Willow Creek runs right through the ranch. Fish off the bridge or find a quiet hole on the bank..
We are a working sheep dairy and ranch providing milk for cheese and lamb for market. February, March and April are wonderfu...Read more
The vibe at Tin Willows Milk a Sheep Camp
Places to see near Milk A Sheep Camp
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Such a wonderful stay at a lovely farm! Terry is a welcoming host, and it was such a pleasure to experience sheep related farming tasks. Our kids had a great time, and can’t wait to visit again. We are grateful for the memories we made as a family with Terry, her friendly animals, and her amazing farm. Thank you again!
Loved the tranquility and the hospitality that was shown to us. Terry went out of her way to make us feel comfortable.
We all enjoyed the variety of animals and being able to watch the sheep milking process. Will definitely be making a return visit!
so fun to get to stay at this sheep farm on my last night of a road trip! Terry is a lovely host, super generous, and is so open about sharing her land and animal time with guests.
Peaceful and welcoming experience!
This place is incredible! Terri, the owner runs the place by herself, and she does a wonderful job hosting! There are plenty of pastures around the main barn to pitch a tent or park your vehicle! Sheep graze peacefully in their pasture, kittens and dogs abound and you’ll be sure to hear the ducks adding their two cents!
The farms in the surrounding area are beautiful and quiet and this place is too. Super peaceful, and very safe.
Terri was so helpful and kind and showed us a way to drive up one of her hills (you’ll need 4WD or you can hike up!) to see views of the beautiful blue mountains in the distance and the valley below.
The roads are not high traffic and the ranch is down a long driveway.
Everyone was so friendly and welcoming and springtime and early summer is the time to come to see all the lambs and milking in operation!
This is one of the only few sheep dairy farms in the state of Oregon and one of the few hundred in the nation. It’s a hidden gem!