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Welcome

Cherries on branch

OPENING DAY IS MAY 31ST!

The weather has been beautiful, the cherries are ripening and I am so excited to see everyone at the ranch this year. We will be open from 9 to 4 daily, till picked out. The price is $5 per lb and we accept cash, Visa and MC. We provide bags, and have Homemade Ice Cream, Lemonade and Cherry Lemonade for sale. There are picnic tables and tables with chairs in the pavilion for you to enjoy your treats or a picnic lunch, if you choose to bring one. The trees are pruned so even the smallest child can pick their own cherries. If you can't make it to the ranch the first week, make sure to call 530-532-0919 for the current status, to make sure we are not picked out. The Answering machine will have current, up to date info. Sour cherries are about a week behind the sweet in ripening. Looking forward to a great time here at the ranch.

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Can't wait to see you here at the Ranch! 
We accept cash, Visa and Mastercard.
Scott and Marie Hunter

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The Benfits of Cherries

Visiting the ranch is....

A unique experience participating and seeing how the land has grown and changed through the years.

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About Us

Stagecoach Lane Ranch was purchased in 1948 by Stan & Peggy Worcester, who ran cattle and owned Stan's Saddle shop in Oroville, CA. We are the third generation on the property. Originally the property was purchased in 1858 by Joe Miller from the railroad. Joe Miller built a stagecoach stop on his property to service the Carson City/Marysville Line. The Line ran through the Feather River Canyon and the first stop on the west side of the Sierras was the ranch. Joe Miller was a gold miner and in 1968 our family found the hidden gold coins from the Miller era.

In 2000 a fire destroyed the property and several other fires since have threatened to destroy it again.

We have replanted over 2500 native conifers and oaks to bring the property back to its original beauty. We continue to care for it with stainable grazing methods to avoid future fire damage.

Feel free to contact us with any questions.

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