Pitch your tent in the camping area on our aquaponic farm. Spend a quiet evening watching the sunset, gazing at the stars or observing the farm animals settling down for the night. Our 10 acre farm is located in a valley where it tends to be cool in the evenings (great sleeping weather) with no light noise to interrupt any star gazing you might want to do. If you'd like to learn more about aquaponics,tell us when you make your reservation and we'll do our best to set up a tour for you.
We have a large area suitable for many tents. We have a fire ring and picnic table nearby so you can toast marshmallows or cook hotdogs. (Firewood is available for sale outside the farm store.) A privacy tent, with portable toilet is set up near the camping area for your use.
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You can access water outside the barn, using the hose or fill jugs inside the barn at the sink.
From the camping area you'll be close to the pasture where the farm animals graze during the day.
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If you'd like a farm tour, let us know when you book your reservation. We'll do our best to accommodate your request (depending on our absence from the farm for farmer's markets).
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You can purchase eggs, honey and maple products, pancake mix, butter, firewood, lettuce mix and other seasonal produce items from our farm store. It's located close to the camping area for your convenience.
We do not provide tents. You must bring your own. ONE TENT PER RESERVATION. There is room for multiple tents but each tent must have its own reservation.
- Quiet hours are from 9 p.m. - 7 a.m.
- Pets are allowed IF they can be calmly around chicken flock, since campsite is next to their pasture. Pets must be on leash and please pick up after them.
I'm a female farmer, raising Certified Naturally Grown vegetables and pasture based meat on 10 acres that my family has farmed on for close to 70 years. Our farm is called New View Farm because we are taking a different approach to the farming practices that we use. We use permaculture practices on our land and we also use aquaponics (fish + water) to grow many of our vegetables. We also use alternative energy and rainwater capture systems to help us to be responsible stewards of the land.