Leaping Lamb Farm

20368 Honey Grove Rd, Alsea, 97324-7902, OR

Best Prices for Your Stay

  • 1 Rooms,
  • 1 Adults

Enter Dates for Best Prices

1 Room / 2 Adults

1 rooms,
2 adults
  • Rooms:

  • Adults:

  • Close

TripAdvisor Rating


Looking for a unique overnight experience with the kids? Book a stay at Leaping Lamb Farm, a small, family-owned farm on the Oregon Coast. Families can stay in a private cottage or rent out the entire Farm House, ideal for family reunions or multigenerational trips. The fun of a stay includes helping out on the farm — collect eggs, feed the animals, garden, and more.

Our Editor Loves

  • Experience on a working farm
  • Ideal location for multigenerational trips
  • Bottle feeding the adorable lambs

Family Interests

  • Hiking
  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Family Room 5+
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kitchenettes
  • Refrigerator


Leaping Lamb Farm Stay

by Thea W

We took our granddaughters here for spring break during the first week of April. We rented a 2 BR cottage for $125 per night. Everything was very clean and comfortable. The fridge was supplied with fresh eggs, mandarin oranges, milk, orange juice,spring water and more. Bakery bread and butter were on the table. The cupboards were fully stocked also. It was a delight to become acquainted with Scottie Jones who is a genuine farmer. Read her book Country Grit. She led our granddaughters ages 6 and 9 through many farm chores instructing them about farm life all the while. She is wonderful with kids and they immediately felt comfortable and capable. This was lambing season and we found abundant cuteness on the farm. It rained all the time we were there, but we all got used to the mud and muck that is farm life. As an added bonus we found some fairy houses in the woods. Our girls did not want to leave.

Third time definitely is a CHARM!

by Lisa L

Another magical and memorable experience at LEAPING LAMB FARM.
My father was visiting my two sons and I, of course, the first place we wanted to take him was "Scotti's farm"!
This time we stayed in the amazing farmhouse. While we were not used to something so spacious, it was a perfect opportunity for my father to escape when he needed to.
While my boys helped Scotti and the managers (Justin and Teagan) with the chores twice a day, I directed my attention to the goats who I love. My son Sam loves brushing Paco the donkey.
If you want to escape city life and get back to the land and simplicity this is the perfect place.
The only negative thing about our experience was that four days was not nearly enough and even my father who had traveled from the gorgeous Sunshine Coast in Australia didn't want to leave the farm. Thank you, everyone, for such an enriching experience.
We will be back soon.