We live on a small hobby farm in Ashland County with a small herd of adorable goats with babies on the way, some sweet Idaho pasture pigs, 2 alpacas, 23 egg laying chickens and 1 fluffy bunny. We have 2 ponds for you to enjoy, one is stocked with bass for fishing. (may keep one a day) We currently have three campsites. Campsite #1 is area that an rv or travel trailer can pa
We live on a small hobby farm in Ashland County with a small herd of adorable goats with babies on the way, some sweet Idaho pasture pigs, 2 alpacas, 23 egg laying chickens and 1 fluffy bunny. We have 2 ponds for you to enjoy, one is stocked with bass for fishing. (may keep one a day) We currently have three campsites. Campsite #1 is area that an rv or travel trailer can park next to a cemented covered pavillion. It could also be used for a tent. The pavillion is on a pond with a rocky beach and a firepit. Campsite #2 is for tents only or small teardrop type trailers. There is an elevated fire ring provided. Site #3 is a rustic tent only site in the woods with a fire ring. Firewood and firestarters are provided for all sites. We also have a clean porta potty for your use. We have 5 acres of property with lots of wildlife for you to enjoy. The ponds have tons of tadpoles and giant frogs for the kids to catch. We have seen many turtles and find babies sometimes in the spring. Geese and ducks visit our ponds often. Our farm animals are spoiled, love attention and being petted. If you would like treats for your stay we offer treat bags for the animals in the extras section. We also offer fresh eggs available from our chickens for $3/dozen. There are lots of opportunities for outdoor activities nearby. Hurdle waterfowl park is just a few miles away which offers trails and wetland areas full of wildlife. We are about 10 minutes from Findley state park which offers trails, fishing, boating, wildflife and an amazing mountain bike trail which is great for kids all the way up to adults. We are right in the middle of amish country. Ashland and Wellington are both approximately a 15 min drive. We look forward to hosting you!
Please note we are a working farm so there are animals, animal noises, bugs and such. We have one crowing rooster and some goofy goats who are sometimes loud. Our cows moo and our pigs oink, actually its more of a snort I suppose. Our pond bullfrogs serenade you at night. But we think its the sounds of paradise and if it sounds like that to you too then you will love being our guests.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Group campsite(site 1 only)
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Animal treat bag
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
There is an amazing mountain bike trail located at Findley State Park which is just a 15min drive away.
We offer a stocked pond for bass fishing. We are also located just a few minutes from Hurdle Waterfowl Park which has great fis...Read more
We are located close by multiple parks and nature preserves offering trails and hiking.
Kayaks may be used at near by Findley State Park and Wellington resevoir.
We have a pond available for swimming and a beach at Findley State Park.
Multiple State Parks and Wildlife preserves located nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Broken Road Farm in Ohio.
Rocky beach on pond
Audobon Wetlands Nature Preserve is located 20 min away and offers miles of trails and nature viewing.
We are a small 5 acre hobby farm with multiple animals.
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Easy camping !
We stayed at site 1 with the pavillion. We van camped between the barn and garage.
The pavilion was perfect for us - plenty of dry fire wood with kindling. We spent the days hiking at the national park and didn't return back until dark so we really didn't see anyone. There were other campers at site 2, but they were far enough away we didn't hear them. The bathroom was a short walk and was amazingly clean and didn't smell anything like a porta potty. I was also amazed at how we were at a farm, surrounded by farm animals and there was zero farm smell. We could just barely hear the pigs snoring overnight and it was adorable.
Site 1 was a great mix of camping but comfort with tables and concrete. We loved it. We saw the owner once when she went to check on the pigs to see if they had babies overnight. She was lovely during our brief interaction.
Thanks to Jodie for having us, you have an awesome property.
Just gets better every time!
Second time camping at Broken Road Farm and honestly it just gets better. Peaceful, private, and clean and so well kept for a working farm. We loved the new additions of the alpacas also. And we can't say enough about our host, Jodie.....any questions or help you may need, she is right there in person or only a quick message away. Can't wait to go again! Thanks for a great time!
Goats and more!
This farm was such a fun and memorable camping experience. We stayed at site three, which was perfect for rent camping. We really enjoyed the animals and would highly recommend staying here. We can’t wait to go back.
Peaceful! awesome site!
This is a beautiful, peaceful spot! The animals were so fun to watch. When we visited we unfortunately had some unexpected challenges and everything was going wrong. BUT the tranquility of the space helped so much during a tough time. The pavilion was incredible and the fire pit was so nice.
One heads up would be that the space is pretty tight between the house and a tree. We definitely had to side swipe some branches and use extra caution when pulling in. Smaller travel trailers will have no issue but our 39 ft fifth wheel wasn’t a fan. “Luckily” we already had an area that needs buffing on that side so weren’t too concerned about hitting the branches.
Also, I was slightly concerned that it might smell as we previously visiting a farm that definitely smelled like a farm (totally normal but not always enjoyable!) and i will say this one didn’t smell whatsoever, even though we were so close to all the furry and feathered friends.
Great camping spot
We enjoyed our stay at Broken Road Farm. Everything was as described and pictured. We camped at the front pond and felt very private and quiet. Caught and released several bass during our stay. Highly recommend.