Graceland Tree farm is 34 acre property where you’ll find gardens, a greenhouse, a network of trails through the forest, a frog pond, bird watching, our house and Bayview Boards sawmill on 1 acre within that land. Everything at Graceland Tree Farm is centered on outdoor adventure. The tree farm is an organic WWOOF host farm, providing opportunities for volunteer workers to learn.
We offer an excellent opportunity for you to appreciate the forest and reconnect with nature. Daytrips to Graceland can be arranged for school fieldtrips, Girl or Boy Scout Troupes; to earn Scout Badges or friends and family to spend quality time together.
Earn your tree planting certificate by planting a seedling during your visit. This is one way our farm is sustainable, constantly replenishing the forest’s trees.
Hike through the woods to view areas with various tree varieties: Sequoia, Alaskan Yellow Cedar, Red Cedar, Madrone, Red Oak, Sitka Spruce, Bald Cypress, and both 100 year old Cottonwood and Douglas Fir trees.
The tree farm is unspoiled and birds abound. Daily sightings of the following birds can be enjoyed; Bald Eagle, Towhee, Hummingbirds, Chickadee along with many more common varieties.
There is a large frog pond on the property. At any time, visitors can find tadpoles, frogs, Goldfish, toads, and Mallard ducks, along with an occasional Blue Heron.
Graceland Tree Farm is a host farm for WWOOFers, via the network at http://www.wwoofinternational.org/
. We bring people from all over the world who share a common interest in organic farming and sustainable forestry methods. Our practices minimize the use of gas driven tools. Instead we are mindful of our carbon footprint in our practices, using, for instance broad fork tilling of the soil versus rototiller whenever possible.
Graceland Tree Farm is located across the street from a salt water marsh where numerous waterfowl find their natural habitat. The Breazeale Interpretative Center
is just ½ mile south.