We are working in this mini farm. If you like to wake up with roosters and enjoy the farm life, this place is for you. We have chickens, pigeons, pet emu and rhea, and goats. There are many places where you can install your tent. We are out in the country, 1.5 miles from Uvas Reservoir, and only 7 minutes to the nearest supermarket.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Rolling hills, vineyards all around, and a farm full of animals. What's not to love about Stepping Stones Farm? Host Lori and her husband are great hosts, showing us around the property and introducing us to the chickens, llama, goats, burro, emus, doves, cats, and dogs. The tent site, which is large and flat, is in a nicely shaded grove surrounded by tall trees. The property is so quiet at night that you'll think you're farther away from civilization. As it is, the charming town of Morgan Hill is only a ten minute drive down the road and has coffee shops, bars, shopping, and a commuter rail into San Francisco. Had a great nights stay.
Stepping Stones Farm was an incredible experience.
To start, the hospitality was beyond welcoming - Olga and Russel are so sweet, and make you feel like their farm is your home. They introduced us to all the animals, let us pick a camping spot on their property, and gave us privacy. We were really interested in the animals so they let us hunt for eggs in the chicken coop, hold the baby goat, milk the mother goat, and feed the donkey. Not to mention, their grandson Nikolai was a great farm guide and took us all around the farm.
The location is perfect, its a few minutes walking from a few wineries, and just a 4 minute drive to the nearest grocery store.
We will be back, and recommend to everyone!
We just spent one night at Stepping Stones Farm and had a wonderful time. Olga welcomed us as we entered the property and gave us a tour of the 5 acre Farm that is surrounded by rolling hills and vineyards in a quiet area of Morgan Hills. The Farm animals all appeared happy and well cared for and there are lots of chickens and fresh eggs available. All 3 campsites are very private and have picnic tables and firewood is provided. Russell and Olga made sure we had everything we needed while respecting our privacy. We hope to return to Stepping Stones and recommend it highly if you are looking for a relaxing get-away in a beautiful setting.
We had a lovely stay at Stepping Stones. Olga and Russel are such kind hosts. We enjoyed being on the farm and seeing all of the animals, and it’s walking distance to several wineries (10-20 minute walk).
Olga was a great host - very accommodating and easy to communicate with. The spot was just what we needed before heading up to Henry Coe for a day of hiking. Fun rare birds and animals on the property. Thanks Olga!
Olga and Russell were very warm and friendly hosts. They let us hang out with the chickens, goats, chicks, donkey, and alpaca. My daughters had a great time and were sad to leave - especially the baby chicks. I loved the fresh eggs too.
Friendly hosts on a small poultry farm with an open flat field for tenting, and a small wooded area as well. The kids loved looking for eggs and visits with the cats, dogs, goats, donkey, alpaca, emu and rhea. Olga gave a goat milking demonstration, and Russell brought out the rescue donkey.
Very nice and friendly family. They show you around their farm :)
The place is quite nice, the only problem is that it may be a bit noisy in the early morning due to some of the animals like the chickens, so we were waking up quite early...Also, it would be nice to have a toilet...and there is not bins for the trash neither so you got to pack it out as it says in the info on the website.....