- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out Weeknight discount: 5% off
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Start your trip off right with a big bundle of dry firewood waiting for you a...Read more
Watch a goat get handmilked and the poultry be fed breakfast. You get a glimp...Read more
Eggs from free ranged hens taste even better cooked for camp breakfast! And t...Read more
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Scenic, historical area, covered bridge.
There is a boat dock in Hardwick for access to the Quabbin.
You can fish in both the Ware river and the Quabbin.
Lovely views, clean air, wildlife, nobody else but yourselves on our property. The Gilbertville Fitness Trail access is on Mai...Read more
The Ware River runs through Gilbertville, where you can kayak. When the river is full it has class II-III rapids. Pleasant comb...Read more
The Ware River runs through Gilbertville, where you can kayak. When river is full it has class II-III rapids. Pleasant combinat...Read more
We do have plenty of wildlife here, bring your Peterson’s field guides!
Natural features you'll find at ‘Find Your Muse’ Camping in Massachusetts.
Woods, wild open field, overgrown with wild roses, serene, remote enough to not hear sirens or motor ways.
Gilbertville abuts the Quabbin Reservoir.
Besides a couple of acres of open pasture, we have open pastures, with wild roses and shrubbery like elderberries etc. fun to e...Read more
River, stream, or creek
We have a seasonal stream, it dries out near the end of Summer.
We have wet swampy areas, with frogs/toads, you can hear them in the Spring.
This is a small working farm, we have four goats, two are milked daily. We have 20 Muscovy ducks, about 45 chickens, and some p...Read more
We like you to meet us in the driveway of the farmhouse, but, the entrance to the camp is marked by a sign on the gate to the f...Read more
Places to see near Rosy Goat Farm
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We just returned from the most wonderful weekend camping at Rosy Goat Farm. The location is idyllic and peaceful, it was so special to have the space to ourselves to wander around watching the animals! We did the farm experience and it was so much fun for my kids to collect eggs, milk and brush Nutmeg the goat! Trisha and Bill are the perfect hosts, so friendly and accommodating, before we left they let my kids pick flowers from the garden to bring home. Definitely buy the eggs and milk, delicious! We can't wait to return next Summer.
Sweet location with curious ducks, goats and pigs for company. Trish was very helpful greeting us and getting us settled in. A badly sprained ankle kept us from exploring as much as we would have liked, but we would definitely return.
Lovely almost rainy wknd
Stayed here with my two kids on a wet, verge-of-rainy weekend and it was great nonetheless. Maybe a bit on the buggy side, but we were greeted by goats at our parking spot a couple steps from the campsite and woke up to sounds of the farm's roosters early in the morning. Oh, and Muscovy ducks also came to hang out with us later in the morning as well. The farm friends more than made up for the weather. The campsite was nice with a clean, comfy outhouse. And Trisha and her husband were wonderful hosts. Great weekend getaway.
Idyllic farm camping experience
Our family enjoyed our stay at Find Your Muse/Rosy Goat Farm so much! We used our small travel trailer. The landscape is simply idyllic - lots of rolling hills, a beautiful working farm, and lovey native plants. The outhouse was well maintained and a short walk away from the campsite. We bought the farm tour and it is was such fun for the kids, the eggs were also amazing! The stars at night were gorgeous, even with a bright waning gibbous moon. The weather was quite hot but there was a breeze. Bring your bug spray, the mosquitos were (unsurprisingly) active.