CAMPGROUND CLOSING OCT> We have had a great season -see you next year! Pitch your tent in our meadow between our organic blueberry fields and our forest. You are able to drive or walk in. You are a short walk to the farm house and all farm activity but secluded and out of sight of it all. Guests are welcome to observe our farm activities and purchase goods at our farm store
CAMPGROUND CLOSING OCT> We have had a great season -see you next year! Pitch your tent in our meadow between our organic blueberry fields and our forest. You are able to drive or walk in. You are a short walk to the farm house and all farm activity but secluded and out of sight of it all. Guests are welcome to observe our farm activities and purchase goods at our farm store. Coffee, tea, muffins as well as our goat cheese and jam are complimentary in the front of our barn for our guests.
Although we have designated spots to offer our guests privacy in an untouched natural surrounding we do honor special request such as next to the goat yard or closer to the farm house. Its all about us sharing our land with you.
While you are here you are welcome to hike through our woods on our rough logging trails.
Jonesboro is situated a short drive from Machias which has all conveniences (groceries, pharmacy, restaurants) and University of Maine Machias which has a full fitness facility with a pool and showers for $5 a day we are also centrally located to enjoy many out door hikes. Down the road you can drive through Jonesport and over to Beals Island where you find yourself in the middle of classic Maine Fishing villages. and able to access Great Wass Island Preservation which is a 1,576-acre open space reserve located on the coast of Maine. Drive a little further and enjoy Acadia, Bar Harbor, Eastport, Lubec, New Brunswick or Compobello Island.
" I believe Nature is where human enlightenment and comfort is found."
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Roque Bluffs State Park near by and many local beaches and lakes
Natural features you'll find at Meadow Site in Maine.
The vibe at Meadow Site
Places to see near Hatch Knoll Woodland Oasis
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
We absolutely LOVED our experience here! Kim was very accommodating and friendly, the goats and kittens were adorable, and the site was clean, well-maintained, and beautiful. This was a wonderful stop on our road trip, and I only wish we could’ve stayed longer. I’ll definitely be visiting again soon!
Kim and her husband were fantastic hosts that were super helpful and friendly. We want to go back for all the fresh goat cheese, duck eggs, chicken eggs, muffins, and bread that they fed us. Was a very unique and special experience.
They clearly go above and beyond and we had a wonderful time. Interestingly, because they don't want you to use cook stoves at the campsite, you end up interacting with them more and taking advantage of their hospitality in the makeshift nook/kitchen that they provide for you near their house. Was definitely a highlight of our trip.
Kim and her family were very kind and welcomed us into their property. They have a lot to see and offer, we loved seeing the goats! We were just passing through and only stayed the night, we wish we could have stayed to see more.
Our site was a good size and close to a very clean porta potty. We stayed on a site that was very open with no trees but they also offered a wooded site if that’s what you’re looking for.
I couldn’t have asked for anything more. Kim and Don allowed us plenty of privacy, but were generous and kind. They offered all sorts of simple delights, creating a sense of unexpected abundance in our humble plans.
The farm is beautiful. It’s a special experience to spend time on a working farm, but even without the incredibly cute goats, chickens, ducks and cats, you’d be charmed by the rustic beauty of downeast Maine.