Dancing the Land Farm is a small organic farm in Central Minnesota. Owned and operated by sweethearts Liz Dwyer and Curtis Weinrich, the farm raises veggies, flowers, medicinal herbs, goats for milk and fiber, and sheep, as well as lots of chickens and other fowl. The land is dotted with rolling glacial moraine hills surrounded by marshes. Sandhill Cranes, herons, swans, geese, ducks and all other kind of water loving critters are common sights here. Even otters and beaver have been seen! Periodically in the summer time we host concerts of musicians from both near and far on our Silo Stage, and we make pizza, featuring farm-fresh ingredients, in our little cob oven. We are a working farm and campers are welcome to get their hands dirty or not, as the desire arises. The farm has four people who live and make home there year-round, and during the growing season we host apprentices and travelers from all over the world. The community is friendly, warm, always up for meeting new folks! We have options available to buy fresh, organic veggies, meat, and goat cheese directly from the farm during your stay!
We have one four-meter canvas bell tent for our glamping site right now, and we're set to receive two five meter tents sometime in the next couple months! Our main campsite has water, a picnic table, a fire ring, and a beautiful view of some of our marshes and gardens. Folks bringing their own tents have their pick of a few other locations, some wooded, some in the farm fields, some on the edges of the marsh.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Dancing the Land Farm Dispersed Cam
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Curtis was very nice, he met us, showed us to the site. It was a good distance between their livestock field & the main house next to a marsh off one side of the road. Maybe a 20 yard carry in. You'll need a camp stove (no fire ring) & a good camping pad (deep divots/unlevel ground), skip using the out building facility if you can. Super nice folks, too pricey at $50/night (at time of review).