icky-Up Ranch is a California Craftsman-type home built by Illinois State Senator Fred E. Harding circa 1902. This authentic, two-story, turn-of-the-century home features incomparable Port Orford cedar woodwork on the walls and ceilings with antiques, paintings and Oriental rugs which have been passed down to the hosts, fourth generation descendants of Senator Harding. Located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, near the gate to the Giant Sequoias, Wicky-Up Ranch gets its name from the Algonquin language and means “shelter” or “home.” This working orange ranch in Woodlake, CA is a unique farm stay experience. Wicky Up’s guest accommodations provide the ideal location for a romantic getaway or a serene resting place to relax and rejuvenate, as well as an opportunity to walk through the grassy orange groves and observe nature up close for guests from all over the world. Wicky-Up Ranch’s hosts, Jack and Monica have made kept the legacy of the inn for all to enjoy, now celebrating its 17th year anniversary as an iconic landmark historical inn.