Tucked away in rolling hills on a working vegetable farm is our glamping site. It includes a tiny home with a loft and front porch. The loft includes a cozy queen bed with plush pillows and linens. Relax on the indoor seating or enjoy a glass of wine on the front porch or hammock. On chilly nights take advantage of the wood burning stove or outdoor fire pit. The tiny home
Tucked away in rolling hills on a working vegetable farm is our glamping site. It includes a tiny home with a loft and front porch. The loft includes a cozy queen bed with plush pillows and linens. Relax on the indoor seating or enjoy a glass of wine on the front porch or hammock. On chilly nights take advantage of the wood burning stove or outdoor fire pit. The tiny home has a separate private bathroom with heated outdoor shower. Included are towels and organic toiletries. Stays with guests more than two there is a small sleeper sofa.
The tiny home and bathroom run on solar so you'll have electric for lights, fans, radio, and to recharge phones/laptops. No TV or appliances (i.e. A/C, fridge, blowdryer, etc.).
Our farm stand has fruit & produce from our farm as well as meat, dairy, and pantry items from other local farms and artisans. We have three potbelly pigs that enjoy company as well as chickens and a turkey. Deer frequent through the campsite and surrounding area as well.
This is an operating farm so the owners and employees are in the fields tending to the plants, washing, and packing produce throughout the week. You may hear people talking or the occasional tractor in a nearby field. The farm is certified naturally grown and works with the USDA on land management.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Rainfield Farm Glamping in Indiana.
3 acres of woods - no trails
Farm fields, pollinator fields, and natural prairie.
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This site was great! You're tucked away in a cabin in a secluded area of the farm. Our toddler loved the pet pigs on site. The cabin was equipped with everything you could need including blankets, french press, coffee, kettle, pans, plates/ cups/ bowls, utensils, lighter, and so much more. There is also a well equipped compost toilet and a shower with hot water. The only negative is the site is close to the highway so you could hear some road noise, but it didn't take away from our experience. We can't wait to go back!
Delightful and relaxing
This was a very charming and relaxing place to stay - Sarah and Shane were great, welcoming hosts, the “tiny” and associated bath house are really neat and comfy, and the setting is private and lovely! We enjoyed making dinner and breakfast around the awesome fire pit and strolls of the grounds past wildflowers and vegetable beds. We were able to select some fresh veggies and snacks from the farmstore too! Sadly we could only stay one night - this would be a great place to stay several days and truly decompress!