Choose from a range of campsites: secluded woodland areas near seasonal streams or right at the forest's edge with easy access to composting toilet outhouse, campfire ring, pure well water and farmstead amenities. Solar shower bags may be borrowed and fresh organic produce, free-range eggs, and pastured meats are available for purchase.
On rainy nights, campers may access a cozy, dry, honey-scented space in our Slovenian Beehouse. Our bucolic rural town is nestled between many cultural centers and we are one town inland from the beautiful Maine coast. Four recreational trail systems within a five-minute drive, great locavore cafes, brewpubs, galleries & shops only 10-15 minutes away.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Tir Na NOg Farm Camp
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I had an amazing stay on the Tir na nog Farm. It was very peaceful and scenic. The owners of the farm are very friendly. There are really cool sites that allow you to sleep on a field right next to their extremely friendly Scottish Highland cows. They also have some more private camp sites that are tucked away in a beautiful wooded area. It was all around the perfect camping experience.
We loved staying on Holly and Sue's farm. We arrived pretty late after dark, but the location was easy to find. Holly gave us very detailed instructions of how to find our campsite, so it wasn't hard navigating in the dark. I would recommend getting there before sunset if you can. I would have liked to spend more time on the farm during daylight hours.
We arrived the day that one of their cows gave birth to a calf, so when we woke up in the morning we got to see the baby! They also had another calf that was 1 week old. The cows and the calves were adorable. Definitely my favorite part of our trip to Maine!
I would love to visit again and stay with Holly and Sue. One thing to note is that they have an unheated side cabin that you can rent. We didn't know about that when booking the place, but would probably check it out if we come back in the future.
This was such a great spot! Tent site was very private & comfortable and the fire pit was perfect for a cool summer night. Our favorite part was learning about the farm and animals from Holly & Sue. They took the time to give us a tour of the farm & had so much interesting information about their plants & animals. It was a really cool farm with great people. We will definitely be back!
Truly a fantastic spot. I agree with all the other comments about this camp. What I can add is some information about the campsites in the woods. The site we stayed at was somewhat deep into the woods. Solar powered lights guide along the trails guide you to your campsite at night. The sites themselves are spacious, utterly secluded, beautifully selected, cleared, and flattened. Hosts are very friendly and helpful, but will also give you your space. Hope to return!
We spent a rainy night at Ti Na N Og Farm Camp this August and were thankful for a waterproof tent! We were also thankful for Holly's warm welcome and tour of the farm (including showing us two new piglets, Rona the farm-dog-in-training, and the many chickens and guinea hens!) and the very nice composting toilet (there are 2, we only used one) in the Slovenian beehouse. Unfortunately there was already a guest in the beehouse so we couldn't stay there w/the rain, but got to learn about the beekeeping system and see how it worked. We didn't end up using the solar shower stall (because it was too rainy and grey to heat up the bag) but on a sunny summer day it would've been great! There isn't anything by the actual site (#5) (eg no fire pit, table, etc)--there is a communal fire pit with chairs near the house. All in all, the campsite was nicely cleared and level, about a 7-min walk into the woods, and the area was very green and beautiful; Holly the host was very nice and the tour was great.