Pitch your tent in our Cedar Grove OR up on our Hilltop surrounded with all kinds of native trees. Listen to the whippoorwill and the frogs at night and watch the fireflies. There will be cows mooing and goats dogs and chickens. You can even help milk the cows or the goats and help feed the chickens. This is a working farm with milk cows and milk goat and Great Pyrenees guar
Pitch your tent in our Cedar Grove OR up on our Hilltop surrounded with all kinds of native trees. Listen to the whippoorwill and the frogs at night and watch the fireflies. There will be cows mooing and goats dogs and chickens. You can even help milk the cows or the goats and help feed the chickens. This is a working farm with milk cows and milk goat and Great Pyrenees guard dogs. There are spigots outside at several different places and there is an outhouse for your use. You will have complete privacy as we are surrounded by 500 Acres of woods. 77 of those Acres will be ours.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
We have a medium sized pond in the back of the property,and will supply a canoe.
We have lots of hills and hollers, caves, old abandoned cabin,trees to climb,etc.
Natural features you'll find at Misty Valley Farm in Kentucky.
The vibe at Misty Valley Farm
Places to see near Misty Valley Farm
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Super pretty drive out to the remote farm. The road in is a little bumpy for a low car, and the road back to the campsites was not good to drive on because it was mud. There are alot of cute big dogs running around. I would say they were friendly but am not sure how they would do with other dogs. The livestock is cool and the views of the hillside also are.
Questionable and confusing
It is possible that arriving in the daytime would have had a different outcome on our experience. That was not an option for us because our tire blew out and we were set back a few hours on our trip. I called to let Mark know this, and that we wouldn't be there during the day so I could cancel if that arrangement wouldn't work. Once on the phone he immediately explained that the description written wasn't accurate. We confirmed we were fine with no access to bathrooms or showers, we just wanted to set up for the night and awake to friendly farm animals.
Driving through the property as the directions advised we pulled past the house and was met with a junk yard with broken cars and scattered pieces of machinery and furniture. We were very confused and as we turned around and began to backtrack to see if we missed something, a light flickered in one of the broken cars. minutes later a young person knocked on our window asking what we were doing. He then ran inside and when he returned noted that his dad forgot to tell him we were coming. he then lead us back to the road and showed us some carved out dirt right aside the road that was meant for us to camp at. we debated for a few minutes before just heading to a cheap hotel nearby.