We are located in an agricultural area called Redland, near the Florida Keys. We are family-oriented people who live in a farm with goats, ducks and a lot trees. The field is an open green space. There are many activities and tourists' attractions that you can enjoy nearby, from Dutch Bakery to Monkey Jungle.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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Organic & Free Range Kaki Cambell Duck eggs are available as well.
Yoga/Workout class at our farm
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Stayed here with my two children (5 and 8) -- we had a very lovely time on the property and with the animals. Any minor need/question was quickly met and the animals are extremely friendly. Will definitely be back.
Hospitable and peaceful
I spent a long weekend tent camping at Goats & Ducks. This was a convenient location to both Miami and the Keys for vacation. The host kindly offered to show us around one morning and it was fun to see the animals and fruits that grow there (I even got a bunch of bananas and some avocados to take home!). He was also quick to answer any questions that I had. The campsite was very quiet, private, and I felt completely safe. Even though there was no toilet, shower, or electricity available at the time that I stayed, I was able to do everything I needed at the very nearby Walmart and showered at Planet Fitness with my membership ($10/mo). Highly recommend for solo campers, couples, or families.
Goats and Ducks is a great little camp. Asuka is a fine host and we enjoyed our brief tour of his property which includes fruit trees and animals. The grounds are primitive and private, which is exactly what we needed for our one night stay while traveling down to the FL Keys.
Absolutely beautiful place to camp! You will be set up right in the middle of Yariv and Asuka’s orchard. Yariv is very helpful if you need anything and a very interesting person to chat with! You can watch them feed the animals in the morning and even help if you want. Make sure you have everything you need when arriving. You are staying in an orchard so there is just a charcoal grill / campfire ring there for you. Yariv did mention somewhere for trash but we took care of it ourselves so I didn’t inquire further. If you are self sufficient (or just adventurous) you absolutely cannot beat this campsite. Would stay here again without a doubt!
They’re so hospitable and friendly. It’s like visiting family you can have as much space as you like and yet still reach out if you need anything. And the animals are so friendly. Definitely stay with yariv and Asuka 👍🏽
Peacock noises and adorable goats
Reaching the camp site was pretty easy, although the signs for the sites were hard to read and I think I might’ve stopped in the wrong site (?). The host, Asuka, was very kind! He kept a 6 ft distance from us and introduced himself the first night we were there. He picked our eggs the same night and invited us over to see all the goats and chickens and ducks (all adorable!). It’s nice and secluded, although I think there’s a bar or something close by and you can hear music and mic talk for a while at night. There was another set of campers our first night, but the second site is a decent distance from us, so that was nice. I also think there’s some peacocks in the distance that you can hear quite often, but we didn’t mind! It made us laugh ‘cause they sound like cats. The host also has some dogs, and one of them had to come and visit us every morning, you know, make sure we’re doing okay! Very polite ^.^ Would definitely stay there again if we go back down there.
My experience was fantastic. The hosts were courteous and kind. I wish I could have stayed around a bit longer, but alas!
My morning walk through the grove of multiple types of fruit trees will be a highlight of my trip.
Camp between the fruit trees!
We had such an AMAZING time! Easy to find and more than enough room to setup our tent. We camped between some guava trees, avocado trees and coconut trees. Asuka and her family were extremely welcoming and let us tour the farm, hold chickens and goats (even help them feed them!) and allowed us to pick anything we wanted.
Had fresh from the tree coconut water and it was amazing. Great place to camp. Will definitely book again when we're in the area.