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· Massachusetts
8 acres
1 site
1 Lodging
A former Native American site believed to be Mohawk, followed by a colonial mine full of positive energy, crystals, rare minerals, quartzite rocks - which is now a working rescue farm in the edge of a state park and ancient bog. Within minutes to major outdoor activities including berkshire east ski resor, white water rafting, ziplining, thunder mountain bike trail and the arts in Noho and North Adams.
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Hosted by Richard O.Joined in May 2022
14 ratings · 13 reviews
Brendan M.recommends
January 30, 2023
Peace farm
Billy Goats winter wonderland
Richard has an awesome camp, it was our first time doing something like this in the winter. But we were able to stay warm and got to hang out with some pretty chill animals very peaceful.
Derek J.recommends
November 12, 2022
Peace farm
Rejuvenating and eclectic stay
Amazing setting, very accommodating host with a deep knowledge of the land. Hilarious animals, each with their own personalities. Nice warm and cozy cabin- the three of us slept solid.
Corvis K.recommends
November 3, 2022
Peace farm
Camping with Animals!!
This stay was fantastic, Ric is a very courteous host who made our stay amazing. Getting to see so many animals up close was absolutely amazing!! The hiking and sights were beautiful and when we forgot one of our chargers ric came in clutch with one to save the day!
King E.recommends
October 22, 2022
Peace farm
Amazing place & host! Definitely will come back
Jennifer P.recommends
September 27, 2022
Peace farm
Best experience camping! ✨♥️
Richard is the best host, always friendly, helpful and kind. Peace Farm is so relaxing, beautiful and if you like to have contact with animals (usually campers do) YOU WILL LOVE IT! All animals (goats, baby goats, dogs, bunnies, rooster) are friendly and you can pet them gently. It’s not noisy at all. Ric has string lights that look so pretty at night, he also gave us everything for the wood fire. For sure we will come back 😀
Gaurav M.recommends
September 6, 2022
Peace farm
A really nice place and it was such a tranquilizer for all of us. Ric was a wonderful host. All of us enjoyed the venue to the fullest with his host of animals.
Jp L.recommends
September 6, 2022
Peace farm
Absolutely fantastic! Was able to hang out with goats, walk trails in the woods, the cabin was cozy and the host was great!
Monica G.recommends
August 29, 2022
Peace farm
Camping at beautiful peace farm!!
Camping at peace rescue was one of the best decisions we ever made! We spent 3 days there for a bacherollete party and could have never left! The animals are friendly, ric the host is absolutely amazing and very accommodating, and the land is beautiful and serene. If you want simplicity and to get away to retreat into the woods this is the place for you. The money Ric raises goes back into taking care of his rescues (so awesome!) Also you can get to town within 10 minutes if necessary. There is running water and a shower which is a huge bonus!!! We will definitely be back!!
Melissa E.recommends
July 18, 2022
Peace farm
Once In A Lifetime Experience
Peace Farm Review As a previous guest mentioned, Peace Farm Rescue is not for everyone. Keep in mind, this space is a peaceful rescue for the animals - you are a guest of them. Here are a few reasons you may not be the best fit for Peace Farm - If you are looking for complete peace and quiet, absolute solitude, look elsewhere because upon arrival, you will be greeted by Ric, at least one boisterous dog, a cacophony of goats, chickens, ducks, and geese, and a pair of roosters who have no sense of time (try complete dark at 3:30 am), and they will be your companions your entire stay. If you are a light sleeper and would be irritated by being woken up at sunrise by the animals mentioned above, if you would be annoyed by aforementioned goats helping themselves to your, well, anything they can get their mouths on if you leave it there, or if you’re not big into flies dive bombing your head if you forget to put on peppermint oil (hint, hint), Peace Farm will not be a good fit. If you enjoy being surrounded by a farm of animals who have access to the entire property, like having a chatty neighbor with amazing stories, if you believe in the magikal power of healing crystals and would love the opportunity to hike a mountainside and find the crystal that calls out to you, pull it out of the ground with your own two hands, carefully wash it and know that it is already charged, blessed, powered by the magikal mountains on the property - look no further.
Awilda O.recommends
July 15, 2022
Peace farm
Great time.
Rick was magical. We arrived late and he was most accommodating. He is a gracious host. He cut up wood for us and fixed the bedding late at night. The animals were fun and friendly. The land is healing and peaceful. Highly recommend.
Angela D.recommends
June 28, 2022
Peace farm
Great experience! Loved all the goats, chickens and geese. Great camping areas, trails and the cabin was super convenient. Very cool piece of land.
Jennifer S.recommends
June 8, 2022
Peace farm
True peace can be found here.
We had such a wonderful stay here and found it hard to leave to go back to the city after waking up to all the sights and sounds of the farm. Richard was a great host who was sure to check in and see if there was anything we needed. He showed us the walking paths along his property were, where we saw a bountiful of beautiful ferns and wildflowers. Our children enjoyed the large field where they tossed a ball with dad and flew their kite. Just beware of the mischievous goats who will sample your toiletries if you forget to close the bathroom door, as we found out! Thank you again for sharing your little slice of heaven with us! We look forward to staying with you again in the near future!
Sue L.recommends
June 2, 2022
Peace farm
A nice location.
I really enjoyed my stay. Ric is very friendly and clearly loves to share his bucolic setting. It may not be for everyone, though. There are a lot of goats, chickens, dogs, roosters, ducks, etc. and when I arrived, they were making quite a racket. I was concerned about the noise level, but they quieted down by evening and it wasn't a problem. The Hawley trail system is just down the road and is a great place to hike. I stayed in my van, but you can choose to stay in a small, rustic old mining cabin or in a tent that's on the property.
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