Pine Meadow Ranch was acquired by The Roundhouse Foundation in 2017. Prior to this acquisition, this 260-acre ranch was ranched, farmed and cared for by aviatrix and rodeo stalwart Dorro Sokol, who died in 2017 at age 90.
Many of the buildings at Pine Meadow Ranch were built in the 1930s. They include a bunkhouse, caretaker’s cabin, woodworking sheds, tack rooms and a home designed by one of Oregon’s preeminent architects, Ellis F. Lawrence. Lawrence was the mind behind a score of historic buildings around the state, including the University of Oregon’s Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art in Eugene.
Today, Pine Meadow Ranch continues to operate as a working ranch and is developing and expanding arts, agricultural and ecological projects using the assets of the property. Our goal is to preserve the land, the views, and historic buildings of Pine Meadow Ranch for years to come.