Enjoy a relaxing donkey cart tour through the streets of Willowmore with The Willow Limo, to be found in the main street.
There are many lovely Historical Buildings in town, quite a few dating back to the 19th century
This 9-hole golf course is on the outskirts of town. The greens are grass, but the fairways are gravel. You can use a piece of artificial grass to place your ball on.
Take a stroll over the iconic 'Rooi Bruggie". The pedestrian bridge was erected over the river and was extensively used when the river was in flood. The road as a ‘drift/ford’ at the time.
The Pierre Ferreira Hiking Trail takes you through beautiful virgin Karoo veld, past two old forts offering panoramic views over the charming village of Willowmore.
Situated 30km north from Willowmore lies Beervlei Dam. Completed in 1957, it was build as a flood control dam on the Groot river, especially for the sake of the farming community in the Patensie area.
A must-see in town is the beautifully restored old Boer graveyard with interesting graves dating back to the Anglo-Boer War and the old Jewish cemetery.
Aasvoelberg is located on Finchley Farm and offers guests numerous activities such as hiking, mountain climbing, hang gliding, mountain biking, and 4x4 and 4x2 tracks. .
The Old Blackstone Power Station was built in 1952 and supplied Willowmore with power until 1984. A key to this facility is available at the Tourism Office in the main Road.
Bakers Dam was built in 1960 to supply steam locomotives stopping in Willowmore with water.A key to the gate is available at the tourism office in the main road.
The "Wonderboom" is a freak of nature. Two varieties of small trees grow next to each other. (Ghwarrie or Euclea Undulta and Shepard's Tree or Boscia Oleolides)