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 12 hours
- Response rate: 76%
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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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Best hipcamp site ever
I would challenge anyone to find a more warm and welcoming host than Yariv. There are so many things I could talk about. The space, the accommodations, the flexibility, I would fill up this whole box. Yariv and Asia have an amazing site and the goats and ducks are very cute! If you aren’t booking here, you’re making a mistake.
We had a great time visiting Yariv and Asuka on their tropical fruit farm! They were great at communicating and wrote back quickly to any message we sent them. When we arrived Yariv came out to meet us and take us over to the campsite.
The campsite is in a far corner from the main house and farm, and we were tucked in a beautiful hundred year old avocado trees that made for excellent shade. We were able to fit 2 campers (about 45 feet in total) into the immediate space, and it was nice to be enclosed in the safety fence at night.
We walked the path along the trees and got to meet some of the sweetest goats and sheep. We were even lucky enough to meet a lamb that was just six days old.
The ducks and chickens happily roam the area, and we loved watching them forage for bugs among the trees. Yariv told us that the goats could be bribed with some avocado leaves, and he was totally right!
There are also stunning palm trees with tons of coconuts. We learned about the crazy new fad called sprouted coconuts and got to try one. We also spent the morning cutting open young coconuts and filling up our jar with coconut water.
There were many more trees growing on the farm, such as moringa (a popular Asian herb), guava, curry leaves, and jujube trees. We loved walking around and learning about them.
We were in the right place come feeding time, and Yariv happily let us help and meet the animals. It also made a perfect photo op!
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, and we look forward to visiting this amazing farm again!
Yariv is fantastic host. You can immediately tell that he really enjoys having guest and is eager to make them comfortable.
We have a small RV that we parked in the orchard. It worked great for us although I could see it being a little tight for anyone with a large RV or slide outs.
Yariv brought out a small fire pit for us and we enjoyed roasting marshmallows with our kids that night in a small clearing in the orchard. In the morning we had the full tour of the goats, sheep, chickens, ducks, dogs and geese as they were being fed. The kids had a blast with that, and we left with a generous batch of chicken and duck eggs.
Peaceful off-grid oasis
What a rejuvenating stay at Asuka and Yariv's charming farm! I had planned to explore Miami while in the area, but I was so content at the farm, that I just stayed put and breathed in the oxygen of being off-grid, and surrounded by exotic agriculture and friendly animals. Yariv and Asuka are exceptional human beings with immaculate hospitality - they are welcoming, responsive and wonderfully inclusive, but give the perfect amount of space and independence to their campers. I was invited to explore anything I liked on the farm, and come along to the goat feedings and morning routine with the ducks and chickens. Yariv shared all kinds of produce with us that grows right there on the farm. I learned how to open a coconut, sugar cane, and even tried guava for the first time. They even sent us with a herb plant and fresh eggs. The site is remote and private (so much so that I wasn't sure at first that I was in the right place!) - after opening the back gate to their property, you simply pull into the leveled ground between the rows of avocado trees (no markers or signs for the camp sites). But our camper is off-grid ready (solar panels, composting toilet), so we were happily situated & well-prepared with our self-sustaining set-up in the simplicity of the site. This family is delightful, and the setting was a breath of fresh air after crowded RV parks. Highly recommended!
Needed a last minute stay and it was more than we could have asked for. Sheltered space, private, access to water. We arrived really late and it the hosts were very kind to make sure we were settled. Would recommend for experienced primitive campers that want a safe place near the city.
We loved hipcamp very much! :)
The camp ground is really nice, with many trees for shade.....Really neat animals roaming the grounds, that come around to visit you....Ducks, goats, chickens, Lizards, and the owners sweet doggies.
They were both very accommodating and nice.......They even let us use there personal bathroom from their house.
I would most definitely recommend anybody to come stay here for camping.......It was a very pleasant experience....:)