Nana's Ranch is a small hobby farm located in the picturesque Sierra Nevada foothills a little south of Yosemite National Park. We raise goats, chickens, & Muscovy waterfowl and keep dogs Read more...
Nana's Ranch is a small hobby farm located in the picturesque Sierra Nevada foothills a little south of Yosemite National Park. We raise goats, chickens, & Muscovy waterfowl and keep dogs & donkeys as protectors for all of our critters. We have a visiting bald eagle who likes to sit by our pond.
Our 3 acre farm is fully fenced. The group campsite is located between the house and our Kinder goat pasture. You will go to sleep to the sounds of nature and the occasional barking dog, but that's about it. By nature, we mean; coyotes, owls, crickets, and more. The two smaller sites are located in the back corner of our property, surrounded by native trees and bushes, rocks, goats, and donkeys.
Although we don't bother our campers, daily chores may bring us in proximity to the campsites. We start morning chores a little after sunrise and finish evening chores at or around dusk. During those times, there will be noise. Most of it is our animals demanding food.
At times, we let our Muscovy waterfowl and chickens free range in the yard and they occasionally visit the campsites. They are friendly and curious but cautious.
Campers are invited to ignore or participate in the daily activities at Nana's Ranch.
Sometimes we have fruit & vegetables from our garden for sale to campers. You may also be able to collect eggs or milk one of our goats. We have goat kids being born every winter and spring as well as duck and chicken eggs hatching regularly.