Camp on a working Amish farm located on Middle Rd in rural Cecil County Elkton, Maryland. Nestled in a wooded setting with open fields to view an array of wildlife. Learn about Amish way of life. Enjoy a variety of farm animals as well as wildlife. Milk a Cow. Collect farm eggs. Amish buggy rides and farm tours every day but Sundays. Sites 1, 2, 3 and 4 can accommodate tent
Camp on a working Amish farm located on Middle Rd in rural Cecil County Elkton, Maryland. Nestled in a wooded setting with open fields to view an array of wildlife. Learn about Amish way of life. Enjoy a variety of farm animals as well as wildlife. Milk a Cow. Collect farm eggs. Amish buggy rides and farm tours every day but Sundays. Sites 1, 2, 3 and 4 can accommodate tent campers and RVs. Sites 1 2 and 3 are approximately 10 ft apart and spacious. all sites have fire pits. Site 1 ,2 ,3 and 4 have picnic tables. All Sites have charcoal grills. Will need your own charcoal, lighter fluid and foil for grate. Site 3 also has a grill attached to pit. Please be specific at booking if you are tent or RV camping and approx. length of RV.
We book rain or shine so please be prepared according to weather forecast.
What to expect..
This is a farm with many animals so please be aware that the rooster may crow very early. The goats may be noisy at anytime day or night. Most cases they are quiet at night but not always. The cows bellow and horses will whinny throughout the day. Farms also have farm smells so be aware it is not always pleasant. For the most part the campfires over ride the farm smells which is great!!
Please check our add ons. We will have fire wood available for purchase if you need it. Farm fresh eggs and seasonal garden vegetables may also be available. Amish baked goods may be purchased when available.We are 5 minutes from a 5000 acre park that boasts miles of marked trails for horseback riding, hiking or biking through rough or paved terrain. There is a creek for swimming also. Bring your own horses. We have stalls available or set up your own paddock next to your site. We have hay and straw available for purchase.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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S'mores kit contains marshmallows , graham crackers and hershey chocolate bars.
One large lighter stick.
Fire Lighter fluid
32 oz bottle of lighter fluid to start campfire or charcoal grill.
Charcoal for Grill
6 lb bag of charcoal briquets for grill.
Camping Souvenir Bucket
Camping light up 5 gallon bucket for decorative use. May double as storage wh...Read more
Bale of Straw
Bale of straw for stall bedding.
Bale of Alfalfa Hay
Fresh cut and stored dry. Straight alfalfa hay for horses.
Bale of orchard grass hay
Orchard grass horse hay stored dry.
We have stalls available for those camping with horses. You must provide your...Read more
Arts and Crafts.
Price is per guest. Make a keychains tshirt tumbler or kids can make thier ow...Read more
Price is per person. Spend up to 1 hour or so sharing pony rides being led in...Read more
Price is per person. 1 hour session. 15 Min learning about grooming and tacki...Read more
We have free range farm fresh brown eggs.
Firewood for campfires. 10 to 12 piece bundles 7.00 a bundle.
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
On farm or minutes from fairhill state park.
Available at fairhill state park or elk neck state park just mibutes from camp.
Fairhill state park Elk neck state park. Susquehanna state park Gunpowder falls all within half hour of camp.
Our horse or bring your own. Just five minutes from Fairhill State Park with 5000 plus acres of marked horse trails
Minutes from camp is several boat launches for North East river or Susquehanna river
Natural features you'll find at Bellview Farm in Maryland.
Elk neck state park is less than 30 minutes from camp has a beach area along the north east river.
River, stream, or creek
Swimming creek at fairhill state park. Just 5 minutes from camp
Fairhill state park
Horses Cows and Goats All on site
Places to see near Bellview Farm
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Fun farm camping!
What a great experience. Tons of animals, horseback riding adventures, and beautiful open skies. Karen's land is wonderful. The sites are all well kept, each with their own trash receptacle and storage for firewood. The sites were close without feeling cramped. We had a great time with our fellow campers some of whom joined us for stargazing when I set up a couple of telescopes.
Karen was very attentive and generous with the firewood and taking extra time with my wife and daughter after horseback riding. The porta-pot was also one of the cleanest and well stocked I have ever seen. Everything about this trip was positive. We can't wait for our next visit!
Quiet, clean, fun seeing all the baby animals. We were only looking for a place to sleep in our camper van as we were visiting family and were pleasantly surprised at the convenience and Dalit use.
We loved camping here! We had site 1 with a great view of horses. My kids adored the friendly and loveable pooch who came to visit us often. Firewood bundles are generous. The portojohn was spotless and well stocked. The sites were huge. The kids liked so much space to play. We will definitely come back!
Great for kids!
What a nice place to camp with kids! By myself, I like camping in a more rustic and/or primitive setting, but with my daughter I wanted to be a little closer to home, have decent cell reception, and have the option to do things close by. All those boxes were checked with this site. In addition, I was able to go home or to the store for the items I had forgotten to pack.
The site was very well maintained. There was a trash can with a lid, picnic table, and fire pit. In addition, there was already a lidded tub full of dried wood, ready to burn!
It was very nice seeing the horses and other animals. They didn't bother me much, however, I was not prepared for the noises of the goats (I think they were goats). They reminded me of kids yelling and screaming.
As we were leaving, my daughter asked if we could come back to this very same site. She really enjoyed it, especially the "baby horse" in the pen nearby.
Great trip to de
This is a really nice, clean and quiet place to stay. The host and owner were both really cool and my kids loved looking at the horses. If you’re bringing an RV, just make sure rain isn’t in the forecast because getting out can be a bit tricky. We will definitely stay here again.
The weather wasn't great for the start our trip... cold, rainy and windy. Karen kept checking in to make sure we were OK. The campsite was nice and quite. we liked watching the horses and sheep out int he feild by our tent. The location was close to Fair Hill Park for Mt. biking and half an hour from Longwood Gardens.