Pitch your tent in our goat pasture and sleep with friendly goats vying for your affection. You can help with other farm chores, such as milking goats, feeding the pigs, chickens, sheep, alpacas and cows if you'd like. Bring camping chairs and wear closed toed boots, these animals are friendly, but if they accidentally step on your foot with a hoof, it can really hurt! Brin
Pitch your tent in our goat pasture and sleep with friendly goats vying for your affection. You can help with other farm chores, such as milking goats, feeding the pigs, chickens, sheep, alpacas and cows if you'd like. Bring camping chairs and wear closed toed boots, these animals are friendly, but if they accidentally step on your foot with a hoof, it can really hurt! Bring some wood and marshmallows so you can enjoy the firepit. Take a walk or ride your bike to Prospect Reservoir a couple miles away. These sites have NO ELECTRICITY. If you have RV, please check out my other campsite, RV50amp/Udder Joy and Milkiness.
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 13 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 80%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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We had such a wonderful time getting to know Arisa and crew. They were super welcoming and were very helpful if we needed anything at all. We got the wander the farm with Aria, pick some veggies from the garden to grill up with our dinner and learn a little more about farm life. We also very much enjoyed hanging out with the goats, chicks, and cows. All the animals are friendly and curious about new comers, but happy to keep their distance.
I would defiantly recommend this place. Especially if you are an animal lover!
Staying at Udder Joy & Milkiness, a campsite on a small goat farm outside of Denver, Colorado, was nothing short of an exceptional experience. Learning about Arisa's vision for her up-and-coming farm and her passion for responsible farming was a great way to start the day. She was very hospitable, and asked (on several occasions) if there was anything she could provide for us. Highly recommend this stop.
Oh, man, what an amazing place! I got to milk a goat and help out with some farm chores which was awesome. I'm a city boy so learning about Arisa's motivation for starting a farm and all the awesome thing that she does to treat the animals well were heart warming.
Speaking of warm they also provided me with some wood to burn for the fire pit and gave me some goat milk + fudge along with it so you DEFINITELY should come visit. They're such a nice family.
Thank you so much, Arisa!
Had an amazing time here. Arisa is so welcoming, fun, and sweet. The goats and animals are fun and adorable and it was a nice place to pitch a tent. We will be returning again, I'm sure! Highly recommend!!!!
My friends and I stayed just one quick night at Udder Joy and Milkiness and loved every second. The owner was so easy to work with and so overly considerate to us. We stayed near the goats and felt comfortable and safe all night. The owner showed us around the next day to meet the sheep, alpacas, cows, baby goats, chickens and pigs. It was an incredible experience and we were are so grateful that the owner took this time to show us around. We would absolutely recommend this place. Can’t wait to go back!
Oh, we enjoyed every minute of our stay at this fantastic farm. Even with a busy life and farm, our host, Arisa, made sure we were taken care of and let us participate in as much or little of the farm operations as we liked. Our little one really enjoyed playing with the dogs and goats and didn't miss a chance to help out with the morning goat milking. We chose to park our van in the pasture with the goats, alpacas, sheep, and cow... and it was so cool. The goats and cow are curious and friendly, and the farm dog, Cinnamon, was a fast friend. I would recommend this farm experience to anyone who'd like to enjoy a beautiful camp setting, a great sunset, and a chance to see how a true country farm gets things done.
We had an amazing time! The family was very welcoming and treated us as part of the family. Our dogs were even welcome to roam the property and their dogs would visit us. So fun to wake up to livestock outside of our camper. The goats and cows were very curious and came around us often. We were invited to join the family with moving goats, milking goats, feeding the pigs and alpaca (If they’d let us) and move the chicken coops. We even made goat milk fudge and were given fresh eggs. Bonus, one of their dogs had puppies and we were able to see them as well (only a few days old)! Thanks for the experience!
I had such a great time at Under Joy and Milkiness. It was like a dream come true for me. I got to hangout with goats, chickens, sheep, alpacas and cows. All the animals were so friendly and enjoyed our company very much. Our dog's enjoyed the stay as well. They had a lot of fun herding the alpaca's, lol. If you love animals, this is the place to stay. I hope to re-visit next year.
So our GPS took us a round about way to get there (be sure to get directions from Arisa to avoid lol). Upon arrival we were wonderfully greeted and given the grand tour of the farm. She really made us feel at home. There are goats, alpaca, pigs, chickens, cows, sheep, and pups. We were lucky to cuddle with three baby goats (one which was born about an hour before we arrived). We stayed in side the field where the goats live and hung out with them all afternoon. It was a magical experience. In the morning we woke up early and were able to learn how to milk a goat ourselves. This experience was unparalleled to any camping I have done in the past. I will definitely be returning to visit again and bringing my kids to experience.