Voted in the top 3 of Hipcamp's Best in Indiana for 2022!
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
Voted in the top 3 of Hipcamp's Best in Indiana for 2022!
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, 6 goats and several barn cats. If you want to, you can help with the daily chores of feeding the animals. After that, you can explore the big red barn that was selected as one of the top-ten Bicentennial barns in the state. Roam around the 120 acre homestead, woods and creek and soak in the sights, sounds and smells of the farm.
Activities for kids include helping with farm chores, hiking trails, wading in the creek and swinging on the large platform swing and soaring down the 50 foot hill slide.
Be sure to visit our farm store before you leave where you can shop for alpaca products such as sweaters, hats, mittens and scarves. Pick up some honey made from bees on our farm!
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.
Located 3 hours from Chicago, 1 hour from Indianapolis, 1 1/2 hours from South Bend and 2 hours from Ft. Wayne.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 10AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 9 months out Weeknight discount: 21% off
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Raw honey from our own hives. 14.5 oz. by weight.
All about alpacas!
Enjoy a guided tour of our farm and learn about alpacas - where they come fro...Read more
Start your trip off right with a bundle of firewood waiting for you at your c...Read more
Wood Fired Pizza
We will bake delicious 10" pizza for you in our wood-fired brick pizza oven n...Read more
Tractor-driven Wagon Ride
Enjoy a tractor-drawn hay wagon ride on the quite country roads around herita...Read more
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 and on our trails. We can also recommend several public hiking trails within ...Read more
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
ATV rides are available for a fee.
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, and goats!
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Great place to stay. Kids loved running the farm, feeding the alpacas, playing with the cats and riding the big swing. It was super neat to stay in such an old cabin. Great fire pit with a nice trail to hike in the back.
We had a wonderful stay at the farm! Our 6-year-old daughter loved all the animals (us too), and the pizzas from the wood fired oven were delicious! We had some mixed weather, but we ended with a beautiful clear night where the stars and hooting owls made for a memorable evening. The cabin was cozy and comfortable for all of us, and Kokomo was a short drive for meals out. We hope to return!
Enjoyed the great outdoors!
Our stay at Heritage Farm was simply amazing. The cabin was rustic and comfortable. It was like living in a modern day "Little House on the Prairie". The hosts were gracious and accommodating and welcomed us to help feed the alpacas, collect the chicken eggs, and play with their resident barn cats. It was a nice weekend getaway just roaming the farm and enjoying the great outdoors.
We had such a wonderful experience here! Our hosts were friendly & helpful, and the cabin was beautiful. Our preschoolers were kept busy and happy with all the activities, like walking through the woods and playing in the creek, making campfire s'mores, and of course visiting the alpacas! We had such a relaxing weekend; we can't wait to come back again!
Warm, welcoming, wonderful
This place is magical, and Tim and Becky are so kind to share their little piece of heaven with others. This secluded cabin had it all, including a welcome wagon of barn kittens to melt my daughter’s heart; my son actually gave up a D & D date in favor of playing with the new feline friends! The beds were comfy, the lighting atmospheric and the spaces both large and cozy. I imagine everyone who visits will want to come back, as we do. Thank you, Tim & Becky, for saving this little piece of history and buffing it to such a shine.
An amazing getaway…
There’s a reason this destination keeps winning “Best of” awards. We stayed here for three nights over the 4th of July and had such a relaxing trip. The cabin itself is like “stepping back in time” as everyone says (although the AC on the second floor is appreciated!). It’s very comfy and cozy and we enjoyed reading around the old fireplace at night. The beds are also very comfortable (they are old wooden beds, so a tiny bit short for us tall folks, but I just slept diagonally). The outdoor space is where this cabin shines, however. We made full use of the outdoor fridge, huge grill, outdoor sink, and the wood-fired pizza oven. We cooked so many great meals over the weekend (we lucked out that Tim was already making pizzas on Saturday so we could throw our own in the oven after). If you can, I suggest bringing a large griddle so you can make pancakes, eggs (farm fresh!), etc. (Pro tip: if you put the garbage can in the attached bathroom at night the raccoons won’t get to it). During the day we read in the hammock, wandered around the farm (it’s nice that they let you experience the farm on your own and give you a lot of safety guidance to do so), met the alpacas, hung out with the kittens, walked the path through the forest and creek, and took a day trip to France Park and Monticello. There’s also a really great Kroger in Kokomo that has everything you need. At night we hung out around the fire pit with a bourbon and watched the shooting stars. On the third of July we could see the fireworks all around the farm, particularly from the second floor balcony. There’s also an alpaca feeding experience that was my brother-in-law’s favorite part of the trip. All in all this is a truly amazing getaway only a short drive from Chicago. It really felt like we were on vacation, even if only for a short time.
Great log cabin; excellent hosts!
This was a fantastic stay in an authentic log cabin - the second floor is all one bedroom and the first floor includes memorabilia and a gas stove and wood fireplace. Hosts were friendly and helpful and made the stay a lot of fun. And great fun to meet the alpacas and learn about their care!