You will be in the thick of a regenerative ag farm. Workers doing chores and tending garden beds and orchards. Please respect them while they work, but also feel free to ask questions, or even ask to help if you want. Easy walking distance to the garden and orchard. And, probably a few animals close by. Walking trails, 7 ponds, wildlife, and peaceful spots to relax. There
You will be in the thick of a regenerative ag farm. Workers doing chores and tending garden beds and orchards. Please respect them while they work, but also feel free to ask questions, or even ask to help if you want. Easy walking distance to the garden and orchard. And, probably a few animals close by. Walking trails, 7 ponds, wildlife, and peaceful spots to relax. There is a bathroom that includes a shower in Event Center nearby.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Take advantage of these offers available to add to your trip to Barnyard campsite
Gail or a member of our farm will provide a 1 hour tour of our farm explainin...Read more
Start your trip off right with a bundle of firewood waiting for you at your c...Read more
These brown eggs are produced on our regenerative farm by our free-range, org...Read more
Half dozen eggs
Pastured, organically fed chicken. All raised the meat & eggs are sustainabl...Read more
1 hour fishing for two guests in our fully stocked fish pond - allowed to kee...Read more
Quick tour and explanation of the regenerative farm.
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Emporia is only one hour away home of the DK bike race - some of their routes close to us.
Fall River lake has a public swimming area.
Natural features you'll find at Barnyard campsite in Kansas.
Our farm is close to two lakes: Fall River and Toronto
River, stream, or creek
Our farm is close to Fall River
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
A farm with integrity
This is a very special place. You get a true farm experience on a family farm. Gail and his wife are excellent hosts; both are welcoming and wonderful people.
The campsite where I stayed was close to the entrance to the farm, but at the end of the day, the site became private, and I found myself cooking out under a dark, starry, Kansas sky.
You hear the farm around you as it changes throughout the evening, night, and morning. The familiar sounds of the cows, sheep, and chickens give way after dark to the howls of coyotes in the distance and Gail's two protective sheep dogs warding them off. Then, of course, the rooster's crows in the morning twilight to tell you the day is beginning again.
The farm itself is quite large, with ponds and hiking trails. The vegetation is diverse.
Campers have convenient access to water, toilets, and a shower.
Gail is one of today's thinking farmers, whose inventiveness and understanding of the ecology of farming has allowed him to join a small but growing group of regenerative farmers who work with the rhythms of nature to produce food.
You witness an entire philosophy at work on this farm--compassion toward people, animals, and the soil make this place unique.