Site 1: Park your RV at our gate, pitch a tent on our ridge, and watch the sun rise over the Berkshire Mountains!
Site 2: Park at our barn and tent camp by the pond
Upon request, additional vehicles will be permitted with a fee of $35.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at TomorrowTomorrowFarm: pond & views in New York.
Places to see near Tomorrow Tomorrow Farm & Rescue
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Great winter camp experience
Came for a few days for some winter camping. Mike has a beautiful farm. He and his manager Pete were very accommodating.
The view from on top of the ridge was beautiful and revealed the land. It was very cool to interact and feed the horses and goats. Would definitely return again!
We had a wonderful visit to Tomorrow Tomorrow Farm, and Mike was so welcoming to me and my 9-year-old daughter, who loves animals--especially horses. He is devoted to rescuing horses and goats and providing them with a safe space to roam. We camped under the stars and full moon, and woke to the rooster and the sounds of the horses right near us. The setting is rustic and simple but welcoming. You can cook at your camp site, or head to nearby restaurants. And, you can simply enjoy the horses and help to feed them, or arrange a riding lesson. We will definitely return!
Horse/goat/animal lover’s dream
We really enjoyed our stay at the farm. We chose to put our camper in the horse field by the pond. We could see the horses from our camper window just a few feet away! If you are freaked out by horse/goat poo this isn’t the place for you (as it is a farm where the animals are able to graze freely in the field you camp when you aren’t there), however, if you enjoy a legit farm experience then you will enjoy this site. Mr Michael was SO kind and great with our kids (ages 10,7,4) and let them help feed and brush the animals. We laughed and played with the goats, fed the horses and goats carrots and hay, visited with the GIANT pig (so cute!), and my kids had a riding lesson with a wonderful instructor. We would love to come back again this summer.