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May Meadows Farm

· De Kalb Junction, New York
120 acres
1 site
1 Tent
Located in a hay meadow that is farmed 2 to 3 times a year to provide food for our animals. Next to the meadow is a mix of maple and pine trees. In the spring we use the maple trees for maple syrup production.  Learn more about this land: This site is close to the road but easy to access. It is located where there was once an old stone barn, and all that is left is the stone foundation. Set around shrubbery trees, with two big maples at the parking spot to provide shade and coverage. You look out to an open hay meadow. That abuts our maple sugar stand with a mix of pine trees in the woods. You will be able to watch lots of deer frolic and play in the meadow and hear the sounds of the wildlife and birds around the woods. You may hear the occasional horse-drawn carriage as our neighbors are Amish and utilize the road frequently. In the distance, you might hear a stray moo as we have three farms on the road that are home to a variety of cows. On the campsite, you are more than welcome to bring a pet and let them safely roam around the field, or take a walk around yourself. If you are up for a farm adventure, please let us know we are more than happy to share our story and give a tour of our multifunctional farm, featuring dairy production, sheep, goats, cropping, and a few horses. In this unique spot, you will have convenient access to Route 11 and be a short 12 min drive to the town of Canton. Around us, we have a nature preserve that allows for walks and wildlife sittings, the Grass River where you can kayak and swim.
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De Kalb Junction, New York, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Megan & Julie P.Joined in June 2020
1 ratings · 1 review
Alyssa Y.recommends
August 11, 2020
May Meadows Site
Endless Wildflowers and Butterflies
This place was beautiful, it was like walking straight into a children’s storybook. The meadow was huge and filled with various wildflowers as well as butterflies. Julie and her mother were the ones that greeted me and they were so kind! They even offered to show me around the milk house and offered lots of firewood and other amenities. That’s what’s cool about Hipcamp- you get the chance to get a glimpse of how other people live and it is such a cool and enriching experience.
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