Historic Hanley Farm, established in 1857, is a working farm just outside of downtown Jacksonville Oregon. Owned and operated by the Southern Oregon Historical Society, Hanley Farm strives to preserve the history of the people who settled the land and their contributions to the agricultural development of the Rogue Valley.

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Committed to farming methods that are ecologically healthy and sustainable, we raise heritage livestock, cultivate no-till no-chemical vegetable gardens, offer educational programs and community garden plots, and hold special events throughout the year.

Our picturesque 37-acre setting with its 19th century farmhouse, barns, water tower, and additional historic outbuildings offers the perfect backdrop for your special event and is available as a private function rental.

School Groups: Interested in a field trip to Hanley Farm? Contact us at Joelle@sohs.org!

1053 Hanley Road, Central Point, Oregon 97502


3 Responses to Welcome

  1. Stephen Cardoza says:

    I just want to thank you guys so much for letting the Jackson county CBT program come out and have the experiences you guys gave us. it was a blast, my favorite part was the mulching with victor. Thank you guys so much for letting us help prepare the food and be able to eat an all natural meal along with all natural experience, thank you. sincerely, Stephen from the Jackson County CBT PROGRAM!!!!(:

  2. ernesto says:

    fun time at the farm thanxs for everyting again this is seth rand ‘s youth:)

  3. Rebecca Ross says:

    Thank you to Diana Drewes and a wonderful group of volunteers. We had a blast presenting and enjoying the beauty of Hanley Farm. Bob entertained and literally crowed in the new day and off we went. We thoroughly enjoyed Living History Days. Rebecca Ross, Cascade Civil War Society.

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