We are a full service equine retirement home. We live on the property with our animals (chickens, goats, horses, dogs, cats, pig, sheep) We offer full boarding for horses and have a small area in the rear of our property for campers to tent camp. Room to sleep under the stars. Wake up to a beautiful sunrise. Close to major shopping if cooking under the stars is not an op
We are a full service equine retirement home. We live on the property with our animals (chickens, goats, horses, dogs, cats, pig, sheep) We offer full boarding for horses and have a small area in the rear of our property for campers to tent camp. Room to sleep under the stars. Wake up to a beautiful sunrise. Close to major shopping if cooking under the stars is not an option. Fresh eggs from our hens are available for sale.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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We raise fresh pasture raised chickens. Our family sells eggs and broilers.
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We are on a two-month road trip around the US and picked this spot primarily because of its proximity to Philadelphia as we wanted to be able to leave our trailer for the day, drive in to check out Independence Hall National Park, and then carry on with our travels after picking up our trailer. It served our purposes for that. Campers should be aware, however, that this is a farm and that means roosters (this was not our first stay with roosters, so the 4am wake up was not a surprise for us, but other should be aware). The home and property are beautiful, but campers should also be aware that you are essentially camping at the end of the driveway, right behind the garage next to the barn, so the location does not feel very private. The listing is dog-friendly (we had our dog on-leash as required), and we were expecting animals (this is a farm after all), but we were not expecting 7 super-friendly and curious barn cats. Our kids loved this. Our dog did not. He lives with a cat at home, but did not appreciate seeing cats playing with his kids, etc and so there was lots of barking (which led to us feeling guilty about how much noise our dog was making). Finally, we discovered a lot of dog poop around our site (we assumed from the hosts' dog although possibly from previous campers) so had to watch our step. I would still recommend this location as it suited our needs and my kids had fun playing with the host's children before we left.
This working farm was a fantastic camp spot. Taryn was very accommodating to us using her land for our primitive style teardrop camper. Just Beautiful and peaceful. Town was super close with all amenities. Another plus was the Cowtown Rodeo and also the flea market was about 2 miles away.