- Check in: After 12AM
- Check out: Before 12AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Have pond limit of one fish per person
Have pond for kayaking
Garden of the Gods is an hour away
Have pool 14’
Natural features you'll find at Deaf Barefoot Melange Farm in Illinois.
Small forest on property
Rend Lake is one hour drive
Places to see near Deaf Barefoot Melange Farm
The vibe at Deaf Barefoot Melange Farm
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Such a great spot with SOOO many great spots (both shady or sunny) to set up camp and enjoy your time here.
The host was so sweet and welcoming with some great amenities available to you to enjoy. Take a kayak to the pond or lounge around on the hammock. You'll find a few ducks, chickens, and house cats roaming around the house. You have so much privacy here with quite a few different trees to identify, blackberries to pick, and campfires to build.
You will not be disappointed in picking this site to camp at!
What a wonderful place to spend the weekend! Especially if you have kids. There are lovely kitties around the farm (we even saw some tiny newborn kitties), ducks chasing chickens around, a friendly dog. Plenty of activities, big trampoline, play in the sand or rocks, two kayaks and a pond (there are actually two ponds on the property), some interesting labyrinths in the foresty areas around the farm to explore. Abundance of firewood. Access to the bathroom and shower in the house. This would be perfect if you want a lonesome quite time as well. There’s a hamack to relax, a bench by the pond to read a book. Light pollution in the country side is minimal, so we spent two nights stargazing. Best part is - Shawnee National Forest is 30 min away, but that’s for a different review, it is also absolutely fabulous!
Deaf Barefoot Melange Farm was fabulous. Our family loved staying there. All of the animals provided a much-needed distraction for our active 2.5-year-old. Mustang was an incredible host, and we loved getting to know more about her farm and her life there.
It is a close drive to Shawnee National Forest, which we had the chance to explore during our extended weekend stay there.
The place itself was just as described, serene, beautiful and full of wildlife. Enough shady spots for your tent set up, so if you're on the fence about booking - don't be. You won't regret it. What can be better than laying in a hammock and watching the stars at night? It was a great escape from city life and just what we needed!