Come camp and experience the life of a "real life" organic dairy farm. Help the Windecker family feed the baby calves, milk the cows, and harvest the hay, and watch the animals graze in the lush pastures. We also offer our fresh beef for sale for your camping experience. Our creekside site is for renting only.
- Check in: After 10AM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Mohawk Valley Views in New York.
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We tent camped in a beautiful, open field near Dale and Deb's home. We enjoyed great views of the stars and fell asleep to the sound of crickets. In the morning, we got to walk around the dairy farm and help feed some calves. Great overall experience and hope to home back soon!
Sunset escape on a farm!
Oh my GORGEOUS! We met Deb upon arrival, and she is nothing short of the nicest person you will ever meet. She showed us around the campsites and made sure we had everything we needed. We felt so at home. The campsite we stayed at was down by the creek. It was incredibly peaceful and quiet. We had a little creek bubbling by, and Deb said we were welcome to build a fire, so we built a fire pit next to it. The roads have hardly any traffic and are perfect for a country stroll. We hiked to the top of their hill to watch the sunset which wasn't steep at all and perfect for little ones. The view of the rolling hills was breathtaking. It feels like you are in your own little world. Perfect for dog zoomies. We were invited to feed the baby cows, but we made future plans to come back to do that because we slept in. If you want to escape the world for a while, this is a perfect little spot.
Good spot on a working organic farm
A peaceful and bucolic spot on a quiet road overlooking the Mohawk Valley. We stayed in our camper trailer on a level patch of gravel with access to water, power and sewer (although we didn't need to use the hook ups for our short stay). Dale met us and guided us into the right place and we later met Debbie when we purchased some beautiful cuts of their beef. Easy communication, lovely location, convenient to the Thruway.
I’ll start with the pros.
Deb was very helpful leading up to our trip and Dale helped us navigate the soggy grass when we pulled in the RV. It has been raining for days, but they are fully prepared with a level gravel pad for RVs/trailers. Thankfully, we got it parked and hooked up to electric. The water hookup is down the hill, so make sure your fresh water tank is filled before parking in the RV spot. Dale was happy to help us get filled up, and we don’t go through water that quickly, so we didn’t have a reason to be connected to water. It was so fun to wake up and hear the cows mooing.
That said, the listing says that there is a bathroom and shower available, but this is not the case. I asked Deb about using the facilities when we were settling in and she advised that there is no bathroom or shower on site. We were hoping to shower because our hot water tank only holds enough water for a 5 minute shower. Hopefully the listing gets corrected so no one else ends up in the same situation.
If you’re in an RV and want to go out for dinner nearby, we were able to get an Uber.
We didn't actually end up staying at the site because our kids rental had more space than we thought, but we met the host and saw the site. Deb was most welcoming, and very responsive any time we reached out. The site is lovely, with pastures and cows, and we would definitely stay there in our camper van next time we're in the area again.
Perfect ending to a long day
Deb and Dale were amazing, and they better hosts than I ever could have asked for! I was coming in a little late on my bike, and perfectly fine with walking, they offered to come pick me up for the last mile or so (I was walking it up a big hill) and after many miles on my bike that day it was just the kindest gesture. They were so friendly, kind, and welcoming and gave me to full run down of everything Utica... Which I really loved. I showed up exhausted and tired, but I feel like I left having made new friends. 13/10