Buckhorn Springs is listed on the National Redgister of Historic Places as a District, Buckhorn Mineral Springs Non-Profit Status
When you ease up the canyon toward Buckhorn, wisely slowing for potholes that exclude the unworthy, you depart from the modern world and enter the care of a family devoted to a most unusual place, and to you. Did you feel when you passed through the veil and entered old Oregon? Did you notice the palette of rusted wire, dusty oak, cliff and fern and blond grass that ushered you into the realm of welcome that is Buckhorn?
-Kim Stafford, Writer and Group Leader
Boundless gratitude to Bruce and Leslie for their vision and devotion, and for their hard work all these many years of cherishing, maintaining and continually improving Buckhorn Springs. I feel blessed by every opportunity to visit this organic, homegrown paradise---especially if meals are included!
- Dot Fisher-Smith
At Buckhorn, I watched Bruce and Leslie honor who came before by tending to history, cultivating new dwellings from culls from the land, and keeping what’s wild wild.
- Linda Buturian
Buckhorn Springs is a peaceful, rustic retreat center owned and operated for since 1989 by the Sargent family. Buckhorn is nestled in its own small valley with a year-round creek, old oaks, Ponderosa Pines, tall aromatic cedars and open meadows. The unique environment is ideal for group gatherings, including seminars, workshops, yoga retreats, business meetings, religious retreats, reunions, weddings and personal retreats. Our intention is to provide a nurturing environment and to serve the requirements of your group. Chef, owner, and author of recipes in the Buckhorn Springs Heritage Cookbook, Leslie Sargent, is well renowned for her delicious vegetarian meals, which are designed to meet the needs and preferences of your particular gathering.