About Ewe n Me Farm
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 1
- Accessible by: Walk
- Accommodation: Tent Only
- Check in after: 8AM
- Check out before: 5PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out
The vibe at Ewe n Me Farm
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We had a wonderful time at Ewe n Me Farm. Carol was an amazing host who went above and beyond to make sure we were comfortable, happy and experienced what the area had to offer. The sheep on the farm are adorable, and we were surrounded by beautiful farming fields that made for incredible sunsets.
You'll be just an hour and half away from Yellowstone National Park, and there are plenty of fun things to do just minutes from the farm including river floating. If you're looking for a stop between Yellowstone and Grand Teton or just wanting to see Idaho's beautiful farming country, Ewe n Me Farm is the place to camp!
Carol was an amazing hostess. She accommodated multiple visitors with varying dietary, activity and camping location desires. The Eclipse was amazing but what truly made this visit exceptional was staying with actual farmers who care about you and the community. I would highly recommend this spot as a great gateway stop to Yellowstone. There are so many things to do in the area: tubing, sandunes, hot springs, etc. that you'll end up wishing you had more time to spend here. And, compared to the hustle and bustle of Yellowstone, you'll find yourself pining for your time at Ewe N Me.
We had an amazing experience camping on Ewe n Me Farm for the eclipse. Hipcamp brought together an awesome group of people who were really eager to share an amazing experience together. Carol, our host, ensured we were always comfortable and brought us together socially, hosting a beautiful steak dinner and bonfire evening as well as providing delicious community breakfasts each morning. It was an unforgettable experience on a beautiful property with wonderful people.
What an incredible experience! We were beyond impressed by everything at the farm. Carol and Dwight not only did an amazing job preparing for everyone's arrival, but went out of their way to make the event a success at every opportunity. Beyond the beautiful scenery and the proximity to national parks, this stay was unique due to the hospitality of people who truly opened their home to strangers. We were treated to home-cooked breakfast each morning, and the Sunday night dinner provided a chance for everyone to get better acquainted prior to eclipse day. Carol and Dwight were also quick to point out local activities and to tell us all we wanted to know about their farm, community, and Idaho in general.
By being so welcoming, Carol and Dwight created a spirit of community, bringing together campers from across the country and even across the ocean. The atmosphere made a memorable trip even more enjoyable. If you are traveling in the area, don't miss the chance to stay here and meet two genuinely gracious hosts. Thank you so much, Carol and Dwight!
Carol and her husband gave us a hearty welcome at the farm! There was a larger sloping grassy area for camping, plus a smaller fenced off area at the top of the property near the house, with a few trees along the corners of the property (the area is open and grassy, for the most part, so you will definitely be in view of other campers). The terrain is rolling wheatfields, which is pretty. We were there for the 2017 Total Eclipse, so it was fun to have other campers around, and Carol cooked up a dinner of steaks and Idaho potatoes, and had a campfire going for folks to hang out around. Breakfast was yummy, too, with pancakes, sausages, fruit, etc.