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Closed for the winter season.  Opening April 1, 2021.  

Voted Hipcamp's Best in Indiana for 2020!  Enjoy our beautiful 1850 log cabin in the midst of our alpaca pastures. This authentic 1850's log cabin provides a comfortable retreat from your busy lifestyle and allows you access to a beautiful Midwest alpaca farm. The cabin has a large sleeping room upstairs with 2


Closed for the winter season.  Opening April 1, 2021.  

Voted Hipcamp's Best in Indiana for 2020!  Enjoy our beautiful 1850 log cabin in the midst of our alpaca pastures. This authentic 1850's log cabin provides a comfortable retreat from your busy lifestyle and allows you access to a beautiful Midwest alpaca farm. The cabin has a large sleeping room upstairs with 2 double beds and 2 twin beds. We allow a maximum of 6 people in the cabin, but up to four additional people can stay for $10 per night in tents (you provide) outside. The upstairs is cooled by a portable air conditioner. The downstairs is not air conditioned, but fans are provided.

Heritage Farm is a working alpaca farm with over 50 alpacas you can watch and interact with. Make friends with our black Labrador, Juno. Also residing on the farm are a flock of chickens, several barn cats and our horse, Stormy. If you want to, you can help with the daily chores of feeding the animals and collecting eggs. After that, you can explore the big red barn that was selected as one of the top-ten Bicentennial barns in the state. Recently, our farm was the recipient of a rural preservation award from the Indiana Landmarks Foundation. Roam around the 120 acre homestead, woods and creek and soak in the sights, sounds and smells of the farm. Then, as the day winds down, enjoy some of the most beautiful sunsets you will ever see!

Activities for kids include helping with farm chores, wading in the creek, swinging on the large platform swing and soaring down the 400 foot-long zipline (extra fee $50 for an hour for your group).

A stay at the cabin includes the use of a gas grill with side burner and a small under-counter refrigerator. There is also a rock-lined fire pit for cozying up to or making s'mores. You can even buy a s'mores kit to make 6 mouth-watering s'mores.

If you are more adventurous, you can fire-up the brick pizza oven and enjoy pizzas and other roasted delights! We have a pizza kit available for purchase. The kit includes a dough ball for making a 10" pizza, sauce, cheese, sausage, pepperoni and instructions for making great wood-fired pizzas.  

If you plan to cook on the grill or burner, you have provided a few basic cooking supplies such as a skillet, a pot, a griddle, various cooking utensils and table settings. The cabin also has a coffee maker and microwave.

Be sure to visit our farm store before you leave where you can shop for alpaca products such as sweaters, hats, mittens, scarves, teddy bears and toys. Pick up some delicious honey collected from our hives or some farm fresh eggs from our flock of pastured chickens!

Located 3 hours from Chicago, 1 hour from Indianapolis, 1 1/2 hours from South Bend and 2 hours from Ft. Wayne.

Lodging provided
1 site
Up to 10 guests per site
Park at listing
No ADA access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Potable water available
Kitchen available
Showers available
Picnic table available
Wifi available
Bins available
  • Check in: After 3PM
  • Check out: Before 10AM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 9 months out
  • Weeknight discount: 14% off

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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.


Bring your own bikes. We can offer suggestions for fun and scenic biking routes on quiet country roads


Lots of opportunity for walking around the farm. We can also recommend several hiking trails within 20 minutes drive.


Paddling is available on the Indiana Scenic Wildcat Creek. There is a put in point 4 miles from the farm. We will be happy to...Read more

Snow sports
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Natural features you'll find at Vintage 1850 Log Cabin Glamping in Indiana.


There is a nice wooded area on the farm.

River, stream, or creek

A small creek runs through the farm. Great for wading.


Alpacas, cats (and sometimes kittens), dogs, goats and a horse!

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Hipcamper Barbara
Barbara T.
recommends this listing.
April 27th, 2017

This place is magic! There's woods to walk in, animals to watch and the landscape is lovely. The hosts Tim and Beth are so sweet and accommodating! They've put a lot of work into their property and it really shows! My husband and I we're not expecting it to be so beautiful and relaxing. It was such a treat and just 1 hour away from Indianapolis make's it the perfect little getaway! The cabin is rich with history and very cozy, but also has electricity/ceiling fans which was a nice bonus! Our favorite was dinner around the fire pit surrounded by twinkle lights watching the colorful sunset. Can't recommend it enough!

We really loved this cabin and farm! Right out back is tons of space to camp, hammock, walk through the woods or wade through the creek. So wonderful!Sunset views from the fire pit! The farm gets pretty magical at night. Door to the front porch. The cabin even has a coffee corner! That's always a win.
Hipcamper Christine
Christine M.
didn't provide a recommendation.
April 27th, 2017

My young son and I spent 3 restful nights in this historic log cabin.

Leading up to my stay, Tim, who along with his wife, Beth, owns the farm, was very easy to communicate with.

The property was easy to find and upon arrival I was warmly greeted by Tim and shown the cabin. Despite being a log cabin, the high ceilings and numerous, large windows made it very spacious and bright. The second story porch was a great place to unwind and enjoy the views.

I really liked that they kept the cabin true to its style; a gas fireplace quickly warmed the home in the evening and beautiful quilts kept us toasty at night. The bathroom had plenty of hot water and nice towels.

As much as I liked the cabin, most of our time was spent outside. There was plenty to do and enjoy on the farm. The tire swing, creek, chickens, alpacas, friendly dogs and hammock kept us busy; there was so much to explore and observe!
I could barely drag my six year old away from the farm so I appreciated the grill and refrigerator.

I really can't say enough about the hospitality we were shown by Tim and Beth. Their farm is a very peaceful place and I hope to return soon!

Hipcamper Terren
July 6th, 2017

My two children (11 and 9) and I stayed at the 1850 log cabin for three wonderful nights in late June. There were many wonderful things about this trip! My girls are both into the Laura-Ingalls-Wilder thing, and staying in a real -- yet real comfortable -- log cabin was a treat. The cabin itself is very comfortable and spacious. I appreciated that the decor was colonial-like, but no worries, there are lovely ceiling fans in the sleeping area, electric lights, and a modern bathroom.

Be aware that cooking is either on a grill or on one burner, outside. If it rains you are out of luck but the village of Burlington came to our rescue when it rained with pizza and ice cream.

Twenty minutes away in Kokomo the Kokomo Aquatic Park is a TON of fun for kids at a SUPER reasonable price.

Back on the farm, make time for the farm chores! In the morning enjoy the quiet. Walk the little stream. We found frogs, a monarch caterpillar, water bugs galore ... and at night, the fireflies! And the STARS! WOWOWOWOWOW!

Wifi does not extend to the cabin. Bring a book and download a movie for the kids beforehand if necessary. We spent one night in the cabin in a howling storm ... but we were comfy in the wooden beds, listening to the rain on the roof (but I was glad I had downloaded a kindle book and a kids movie before leaving home).

The farm and the surrounding area were quiet. I loved the hills, the wind in the trees, watching the alpacas graze in the meadows. It was a lovely time in nature with the benefit of getting to think a bit about how people used to live.

We loved our time at the 1850 Log Cabin getaway and plan to book again. It was truly a wonderful time.

Hipcamper Maya
Maya S.
recommends this listing.
June 14th, 2017

This place is truly a dream! We felt welcomed from the moment we arrived. Tim coached us through feeding the alpacas and Beth even showed us some of her newly dyed fiber. If you're looking for a beautiful, historic cabin to stay in for a relaxing weekend, Heritage Farms should be #1 on your list. Though relaxing, there is much more to do than just sit in the hammock and read! There are four goats, three dogs, one horse, a pack of barncats (and a kitty!), ~70 alpacas, and a flock of chickens to hang out with. We drove ~2.5 hours here from Chicago and it was worth every minute. We can't wait to plan a trip back!

Hipcamper Marie
Marie G.
recommends this listing.
June 26th, 2017

My family and I had the pleasure of staying at Heritage Farms in the beginning of June for a few days. It was a restful retreat, surrounded by the most beautiful farm I had ever seen. We relished the rolling hills, pristine barns, lazy flowing creek, and sunsets. Our children enjoyed partaking in the farm chores by fetching the eggs from the chicken coop, feeding the alpacas and even helping out a bit with the new baler. We visited Delphi one day to take the canal boat on the last remaining portion of the Wabash/Erie Canal. The Sandwich Shop in Delphi is phenomenal. Everything we ordered was delicious! We took a few short trips into Kokomo and fell in love with the older homes, all kept up neatly. By far the best part of our stay were our hosts, Tim and Beth. They are both lovely people and took the time to share their passion for this farm with us by involving our children with the chores and bringing by two of their show alpacas for us to pet and learn more about them. I would highly recommend this vacation for anyone wanting a peaceful and unique getaway but close enough to short sight-seeing adventures.

All of us had fun on the tree swing.  I especially enjoyed the rolling hills, the shallow creek, and the beautiful barn on this lovely retreat.  Tim and Beth were so sweet to walk two of their show alpacas over to our cabin where we were able to pet their coat as Tim and Beth showed us many interesting details about the alpacas.  Tim stopped by one morning to see if the kids wanted to help with the chores.  They were able to get some eggs out of the chicken coop, feed and water the alpacas and feed the dogs.
Hipcamper Jennifer
Jennifer G.
recommends this listing.
July 30th, 2017

We had a great "farm experience " ! Our hosts were very gracious and thought of every detail to make our stay enjoyable. Kids loved the surprise 400ft zip line and giant swing. It was great getting back to nature as a family. We would highly recommend this farm!

Hipcamper Robert
Robert S.
recommends this listing.
August 12th, 2017

Loved the property, the hosts, and staying in the cabin. The kids enjoyed helping with the animals and s'mores by the fire at night. We will definitely stay here again!

Hipcamper Sarah
Sarah H.
recommends this listing.
August 23rd, 2017

Our family spent a wonderful weekend at the farm! We stayed in the log cabin - which is incredibly quaint and cozy! We met the animals and did a few farm chores. They have alpacas, goats, chickens, cats/kittens, dogs and a horse. The owners are very warm and welcoming and even offered us an evening tractor-pulled hay ride through their fields. My 7yo loved the big tree swing and wading through the creek. There is also a little hiking trail on the property. Fire-pit and hammock were also well-used during our stay. This is a wonderful farm stay experience! Thank you, Tim & Beth for sharing your farm.

Hipcamper Samantha
Samantha M.
recommends this listing.
September 10th, 2017

I am definitely coming back! The log cabin was perfect for me and my son (and next time I will bring my nieces and nephews along, plenty of space for us all). The creek, the fire pit, the outdoor lights, the deck... everything we wanted and more. We spent time with the Alpacas at the barn, swung in both the swings, slacklined and played by the creek, and contemplated the zip line. Next time - we will zip it! ....And we had an easy day trip to the Indiana Children's museum.... Great location. Great vibe. Gracious Hosts.

Vintage 1850 Log Cabin Glamping


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