Farm Premises: 580 acre cattle ranch, wildlife preserve.
Ovenell’s Heritage Inn: AAA Rated Accommodations available: Pine log cabins, antique-filled farmhouse with a view of Mt. Baker.
Learn While Touring These Premises: Conservation project along the river, learn about calving, animal health, pasture & timber management, ranch wildlife and quality grades of meat. Learn how beef production and conservation projects affect lives around us across the country and throughout the world.
Food ($): Double O Ranch hamburgers, homemade chili and hotdogs. Beverages for sale. Served by Skagit County Cattlemen’s Association. (Half of the proceeds to benefit their scholarship program)
Retail($): Beef orders, USDA inspected beef by the package, jam, harvest bread, honey
Free Samples: Homemade sweet breads, jams, honey and coffee.
Double O Ranch
46276 Concrete Sauk Valley Rd.
Concrete, WA 98237
From I-5 exit 232 (Cook Road/Sedro-Woolley). East on Cook Road to Sedro-Woolley, turn left, take Hwy. 20 east to Concrete. Turn right on Concrete Sauk Valley Rd. Go 1 mile, cross bridge, stay left. In 2 miles, Double O Ranch/Ovenell’s Heritage Inn is on right.
Miles Off of I-5: 30
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