Introducing Bumble Farms, a 13 acre hobby farm where an early rising rooster, 1 llama, 2 alpacas, 2 horses, 10 goats, 6 cats, 3 hens, 3 dogs and 2 humans reside.
Set up camp in our forest area, or on our hill looking out onto forest and field vistas. We have a fire ring, water pump and compost/waste pile for you to use.
The camp site is less than 1 minute from the main house and less than a five-minute drive to the Root River where you can rent canoes, kayaks, and tubes.
Peterson, MN and Rushford, MN also offer bike rentals to cruise the Root River Trail – enjoy a slice of pie on your way to Lanesboro – a small hub of local artists.
Visit us at bumblefarms.com
- 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 Weeknight discount: 50% off
The vibe at Llama Landing
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Stumble across this beautiful farm surrounded by miles of beautiful farmland for a unique retreat with llama and goats and horses. Even though the host was not able to be there when we were, we could clearly see the acreage of forest pines and fields that were just waiting to be experienced. We relaxed under big billowy trees and said hello to the farm animals. A great place to stay and communication was still awesome.
Llama Landing is the perfect spot to pitch a tent and enjoy a quiet stay. We spent 2 days on the Root River and it was a great base camp to leave our items and come/go as we please. But the best part are the animals! The goats, llamas, dogs and cats were very friendly and warmed up quickly as long as you weren't too invasive. They were one major highlight of our trip.
This was a very unique stop for a second night of a camping road trip! We are a couple with a two and a half year old, and we were so thankful to get a very last minute reservation with Llama Landing at Bumble Farms after a different reservation fell through due to weather and site conditions. We definitely recommend using the directions through the Hip Camp listing, as regular Google can bring you to town instead of the farm. We arrived and Cassidy was welcoming, explained that the animals were all very gentle and friendly, and typically roamed so we could decide if we wanted them to leave the gate open overnight and possibly wake up with a llama outside our tent in the morning! They ended up closed in so we could eat without sharing, but it was a pretty exciting idea and we loved all the friendly animals. The site is just behind their house and farm buildings, and there is a mobile "fire pit". We stayed fairly close to the trees right behind them rather than going a little further by the grassy overlook, but it was pretty. There were two adorable and very friendly farm kittens who spent most of the night in our laps and then sleeping by us - we all loved that. It was a little rough getting back to the site because it was recently wet from weather and kind of mucky/bumpy, but we had 4WD so it was fine. A little strange to feel like you are camping in someone's back yard behind a farm, but the animals really made it a fun experience and I'm glad we stayed with them. I wouldn't recommend camping with small children since there are farm animals and related things all around, it was hard to keep an eye on ours and prevent her from picking up all of the little things she found (some of which I'm sure were left by the animals), but if you don't mind roughing it a bit without a formal toilet in the back of a farm, a school aged or older kids and animal loving people would probably enjoy it. We did. 😊