A working organic farm, we have chickens, vegetables and grains. Beautiful open spaces, beautiful sunsets, and night stars all at our farm. River nearby.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Lots of hiking/birding of our land.
Birding especially in spring and fall are really on the fly way of large birds. Throughout summer we have songbirds and lots of...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Doubting Thomas Farms in Minnesota.
The 6th generation farm is surrounded by huge oaks, elm etc. Lots of shade and able to tree bath as the Japanese say. Talk a ni...Read more
Lots of diverse crops from buckwheat, wheat, barley, oats, soybeans, corn all food grade. If you are a foodie this is the place...Read more
River, stream, or creek
The Buffalo River flows North into Winnipeg. It is right by our property where you stay. Great for canoeing, relaxing or just c...Read more
Our farm is 6th generation. We grow nutrient dense food to feed families and feed your soul. Diverse, and beautiful you can se...Read more
A long driveway 1/2 mile so you can watch the sunsets and the beautiful amber waves of grain. It is private driveway with lots ...Read more
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Relaxing, safe and clean camping!
Doubting Thomas was everything you could want out of a Hipcamp. Safe and beautiful rural location, clean amenities and warm, welcoming host are awaiting you at doubting Thomas. Can’t say enough about this charming spot!
Sad to leave!
I feel so thankful to have found this beautiful spot and these wonderful people! Two big dogs greeted me and became my buddies for the stay. Noreen told me about their organic crops, and indeed the farm was bustling, getting ready for a soil class and a rye harvest. The spot where I was invited to park was under a beautiful oak tree on a groomed lawn. While not totally private, there was plenty of space between me and the main house and I had a front row view of the action as trucks moved around and equipment was readied the next morning. The puppers stayed on guard throughout the night, alerting us when a rogue deer threaten to enter the yard. I slept well and felt very secure. I loved the experience of being on a working farm, especially one whose mission and values centered on sustainability. Noreen was kind and generous and extremely knowledgeable. I can’t recommend this place enough and wish I could’ve stayed longer.