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Weathered Hill Farm

· South Kortright, Delaware, New York
100 acres hosted by Sarah C.
First settled in the early 1800s by Joseph McCracken as payment for his service in the revolutionary war, the original farm encompassed over 100 acres. It has exchanged many hands and is now where we call home, a quiet little farm on top of a hill on a dead-end road.  Today, we raise Katahdin sheep, use horses to work the land, eat fresh eggs, grow our own vegetables, and raise our own meats. This is what we would like to share with you. Kids can get in on the action and help with chores, brush the horses, learn to garden and so much more. We are welcome to answer any questions you may have. Learn more about this land: Let's count sheep! Bring your tent and campout under the stars in our sheep pasture. Hilltop views looking down into the valley. Combination meadows and woodlands to suit your wants. Brisk country air and lots to do. Help with daily chores and seasonal tasks on a working farm. Ever been on a horse pulled wagon ride? Our chickens love any leftovers that you may have. Ask about Oprah, she loves meeting new people. Bring as many people as you want on our 30 acres of pasture and woods. Want to be next to grazing sheep? Just pitch your tent. Want to be next to a babbling creek? Just pitch your tent. A composting toilet will be provided, so no need to feel uncivilized. Breakfast will be provided on Saturdays and Sundays. Some advanced notice will be required. Complimentary coffee, tea and hot chocolate is available.
Wildlife watching
Fall Fun
Natural features
River, stream, or creek
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South Kortright, Delaware, New York, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Ho-de-no-sau-nee-ga (Haudenosaunee) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Sarah C.Joined in April 2018
16 ratings · 14 reviews
Karly L.recommends
October 5, 2021
Counting Sheep
Perfect farm stay
Absolutely enchanting farm in the hills. The owners were very hospitable and seeing the animals was a fun treat.
Jacob W.recommends
September 7, 2021
Counting Sheep
Great spot!
Amazing people and amazing views!
Mark K.recommends
July 25, 2021
Counting Sheep
Great hosts. Peaceful setting. Interesting place. Would definitely come back!
Zoë R.recommends
June 14, 2021
Counting Sheep
Lovely farm of many animals
Lovely farm, amazing tour! Sarah and Jason were very kind and generous hosts. This is a wonderful place to camp and meet many animal friends! Gorgeous view of the valley. Highly recommend!
Margarita M.recommends
July 4, 2020
Counting Sheep
Perfect place for city getaway
Great place! Very quiet and beautiful!
Pearl G.
June 29, 2020
Counting Sheep
Sarah and Jason were excellent hosts. My 4&7 yo enjoyed collecting chicken and duck eggs, exploring, and helping groom the horses. The view from the spot behind the barn was excellent. It was in a double grade, which made sleeping uncomfortable and the rooster crowed all night. I think there were other spot options, but Jason and Sarah were at the farmers market when we arrived and this was the only clear spot to set up in. We would’ve preferred to be in or closer the woods, which may be an option. We ultimately left after 1 night because of the torrential downpours for the day.
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