Two families join together from the coast of NC to start a homestead. Walking in faith and trusting in this new adventure of agritourism. What started as a hobby farm with 5 goats has turned into a very active homestead with over 20 nigerian dwarf goats, dairy cows, horses, chickens, and the list goes on. We, the Inman's and the Willis', wanted our children to experience a life that focuses around the creation of God. We want to invite others to disconnect to reconnect with God, family, and friends.
Dobson, North Carolina, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Tara I.Joined in April 2019
Response rate: 100%Response time: Within 5 hours
7 ratings · 5 reviews
March 10, 2023
Fields and Streams
Peace on earth
Amazing views and hospitality! Heaven kisses this place.
September 26, 2022
We really enjoyed our 2 night stay. We camped on the more remote side of the property and found it to be a great fit for us. It was very private, quiet, scenic and dog friendly. All the people on the farm were a joy to be around and were very accommodating. We highly recommend this property.
ps: Verizon signal was manageable (1-2 bars).
June 29, 2022
We loved camping on Tara's land. It was nice and grassy and very private. We got to tour the farm and pet all the animals, even got to hold some four day old baby goats. Everyone was so friendly and patient with our girls. My girls loved running around with some of the kids that lived there and playing in there play house. They really did treat us like family and we will definitely be going back to stay again.
October 10, 2021
Fun on the farm
Tina and Shane were incredibly hospitable hosts. We booked on a weekend where heavy rains had made the intended camping spot too wet to pull in our camper for dry camping. They helped get us settled in a spot right outside the barn and hook into house power. Although it may have ended up putting us a little closer than intended, it still made for a pleasant weekend. We got to know their dogs and kids very well and toured the goat farm that also housed horses, cows, a bull, donkeys, and chickens. They are currently renovating their barn front into a country store offering fresh goat and cow milk, a variety of cheeses and homemade soap. The store will eventually provide local produce and other goods. It was a great weekend and we are glad we booked.
May 17, 2021
Beautiful farm, kind people
Lots of space to explore and camp! Lovely host families willing to help with anything you need, and plenty of animals to meet!! What’s not to love!?