Come camp with us at Yorkshire Farm. Primitive campsites are available. Check out the Mangalarga Marchador horses we raise! We are the biggest breeders of those gaited Brazilian horses in North America. We also are a working ranch. Have fun helping with irrigating, haying, fencing, playing with young stock, and more!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 3
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
World famous mountain bike trails from novice to hard core.
Sailboat is available, please ask for details.
The creek the cabin is 30 feet from isn't called Trout Creek for nothing! Rainbows, browns, brookies! You do need a Montana fi...Read more
From novice hikers to serious rock climber, our part of Montana is outstanding!
We raise and train Mangalarga Marchadors. These gaited horses from Brazil simply flatten out the mountains. We ride endurance ...Read more
AMAZING cliffs in Trout Creek Canyon where you can hone your rock climbing skills!
Cross country skiing & a down hill ski area (Great Divide) only 50 miles away.
Incredible birding (Lazuli buntings & hummingbirds to tedtails & bald eagles), white tail & mule deer, black bears, moose, coy...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Yorkshire Farm Tent Camping in Montana.
River, stream, or creek
Hauser Lake on the Missouri River is 15 miles away!
The vibe at Yorkshire Farm Tent Camping
Places to see near Vista da Serra @ Yorkshire Farm
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
From the listing, we expected a few amenities. Instead, we got a horse pasture. We expected potable water, a picnic table, shower and a toilet. We got none of that. We were directed to a hay field right next to a house that wasn’t the owners home. It had a lovely stream going through it.
We left the campground after one night to get supplies. As we arrived at our site, a guy at the home yells at us “who the heck are you?” After we explained we were camping with Tia he was much nicer. We struck camp and left. Very disappointed.
Will not return to this camp site
The site we were expecting is not the site that we were given. The site we reserved was to have potable water, showers, fire pit, etc. When we arrived we were told "Sorry you won't be getting that site because we are cutting hay." We were taken to a primitive site in a pasture with nothing listed in the ad at the site. We stayed one night, cancelled our reservation and drove until we found another site.