At Feel Good Farm you're free to explore acres and acres of field, forest and gardens. Unique sites with fire pits. Plenty of privacy
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Camping at Feel Good Farm in Vermont.
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In season garden vegetables available. Feel free to pick berries or apples in the fall from the wild bushes and trees.
Places to see near Feel Good Farm
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Late fall camping
We stayed at sight 6. The host came to visit the site just after I pulled in. She was very friendly. The campsite was beautiful. The outhouse is well kept. We had a perfect late fall weekend complete with frost. The sight is located in a back field with mountain views. We had it to ouselves. I recommend Feel Good Farm.
Perfect! Exactly what we needed for a quiet and peaceful little getaway. My boyfriend, dog, and I had the whole meadow to ourselves and it was awesome. Highly recommend to anyone looking for a quiet and beautiful place to camp.
Feel good farm says it all!
I loved everything about my stay at Feel Good Farm! The name is 100% appropriate. Our host was incredibly kind and welcoming, giving a tour of the farm and camp sites upon arrival and inviting us to pick raspberries and blueberries with them.
All of the sites were beautiful and each had its own unique charm. We camped at site #7, which was tucked back into the corner of the furthest field, nestled against the forest. There was a fire pit surrounded by logs for seating, and a huge grassy area to set up camp. There was a mowed path all the way to our campsite, which made it easy to drive up & park right at the site.