Hello and Welcome to The Backwoods Buffalo Ranch!
We are a small family farm that has evolved into a community grown around good, real, local food.
We believe that everyone has their part in agriculture whether you are a farmer or a consumer!
Throughout your visit on our ranch, we welcome you to experience what our life is like in the Backwoods plus a little bit more.
You will have the opportunity to tour our animals, ask all of your questions, shop our Farm Store and so much more!
-take a hayride through our BISON herds* additional fee
-churn butter straight from our dairy cows, Fallon, Birdy and GANG!
-meet our pastured pigs, chickens, ducks, goats, geese, turkeys, pot belly pigs and horses!
-collect eggs from our coop
-tour our gardens
-shop our farm store
-purchase food on site or bring a picnic
-meet your farmers
-WE ARE SO EXCITED TO MEET YOU!
Directions: From Edmonton- 1: Head West on #16, until Highway #22, Turn Right, Continue North until Highway #647, Turn Left or WEST until RR 100, Turn LEFT or SOUTH, Drive approx 5 KM, you will pass through one intersection and then we are the first farm on the RIGHT. Farm Sign that says BACKWOODS BUFFALO RANCH at Driveway.
From Edmonton- 2: Head West on #16, until Highway #43, take the exit to the right, drive until you get to the Mayerthorpe lights, turn left onto Highway #22, drive south until you reach highway #647, turn RIGHT or WEST, drive until you reach RR 100, Turn Left or SOUTH, Drive Approx 5 KM, you will pass through one intersection we are the first farm on the RIGHT. Farm Sign that says BACKWOODS BUFFALO RANCH.
FROM Grande Prairie/Whitecourt: Drive EAST on Highway #43, until you reach the NO JACK Highway #751 turn RIGHT or SOUTH, until you reach an intersection this will be HIGHWAY #647 turn LEFT or EAST, until you reach RR 100, turn RIGHT or SOUTH, drive APPROX 5 KM, you will pass through one intersection and then we are the first farm on the right. FARM SIGN BACKWOODS BUFFALO RANCH
Join us in August when more than 100 farms, ranches, and ag-tourism operators open their gates and invite visitors to share in local stories, see on-farm demonstrations and purchase locally grown and produced products.