Eco-Vacation at Willow Creek Ranch, Coon Valley, WI

Contact Us For Your Eco-Vacation
Work side-by-side with the owners of Willow Creek Ranch, discover more about grass-fed ranching, and find out more about where your food comes from. Enjoy the beauty, the sport fishing, the biking, the hiking, and all the activities that surround and are a part of the Wisconsin Driftless Region.

Eco-Vacation at Willow Creek Ranch, Coon Valley, WI

Willow Creek Ranch
E5702 Spring Coulee Road
Coon Valley, WI, USA, 54623

Toll Free: +1 888 205 1458
Local Telephone: 608-451-2861
 
 

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Reserve Your Eco-Vacation For Yourself
and Your Family At Willow Creek Ranch

Our Cabin
Enjoy all the bounties that Willow Creek Ranch has to offer.

Our cozy summer rustic cabin features:

  • All the modern conveniences (like running water, and even hot water!)
  • Two single beds, and double futon
  • Kitchenette, with refrigerator, microwave
  • Walk in shower
  • Air conditioning
  • Fresh linens and towels on your arrival
  • Wireless Internet
  • Firepit and Picnic Table

 

Whether you come from a long distance or just down the road, experience the peace and solitude of a farm where your beef, pork and poultry products are pasture raised. Help feed the cows, walk the trails, go fishing, have a picnic, take a dip in the swimming hole or relax by a camp fire.

Open from April 1st to December 1st.

Pricing:
Sun -Wed evenings $79 per night
Thurs – Sat evenings $99 per night

* Stay five nights get the sixth night free *

* Minimum Stay: 2 Nights

Contact Us for availabilities

Days At Willow Creek Ranch
If you wish, you can strike out on your own to enjoy the surrounding area and scenery, enjoy breakfast in nearby Coon Valley, or it's on with the work clothes to help out on a real working family farm. It's out to the barn to gather fresh eggs. We might move the cattle around a little bit to a new pasture, or make sure our fencing is in good shape (hate to have our ranch family bothering the neighbors!). And yes, there's swamping out the barn, something everyone should experience a few times in their life. After all, humility and gratitude are virtues! And let's not forget the pigs! We need to make sure they're all accounted for, especially those little piglets of ours.

Time To Play
Bring your bikes, because there are plenty of great county roads that wind through the glaciated valleys (we call them Coulees) here in the Coon Valley, Wisconsin area. Bring your binoculars, too, because you don't want to miss seeing bald eagles, red tail hawks, blue birds and baltimore orioles up close and personal. And yes, there is always the fishing. We are located in the very heart of what most sports magazines and fishermen consider to be the best trout fishing in the Midwest. You can literally walk to a trout stream full of rainbow and brown trout, toss that fly in, give it a jiggle, and get ready for fresh fish for dinner. And that's just one of many trout streams in the area. Or if bass, crappie, northern pike or walleye fishing is more your style, brace yourself. The Grand Lady is just a short drive away. The Mississippi River, its backwaters and sloughs are teaming with those trophy fish you've always heard about. In fact, not 20 minutes from our farm is the site of the National Pro Bass Fishing Tournament, an event held here for years. If you forget the canoe, don't worry. Goose Island County Park is the largest county park in the state of Wisconsin, just 20 minutes away, located on the Mississippi River, and rents canoes, kayaks, paddle boats and more. Tent camping and RV camping is also available.

The "Big City"
Coon Valley is home to several extraordinary restaurants serving great American and Italian cuisine, that have been featured in regional and national magazines. Then there's La Crosse, Wisconsin, a few minutes further down the road, where you will find live theater, movies, great dining, historic tours, the best "Rails To Trails" bike trails in the nation, great shopping, and much more. Called "The Jewel Of The Mississippi",
La Crosse is truly the jewel in the crown that is the Upper Mississippi River Valley.

Links

Goose Island Campground

Hixon Forest Hiking and Mountain Biking

"Rails-To-Trails" Bike Trails

Norskedalen Nature and Heritage Center

The Hideaway Restaurant, Chaseburg

The Stockyard Grill, Coon Valley

Legends Restaurant, Coon Valley

Movie Theaters in La Crosse


And There's More!

Just use our contact form on this page and let us know when you are coming, and what information you'd like to have. We'd be happy to tell you more.