About Riverside Camp at Brandmoore
Set up your tent in a flat, grassy area near the Salmon Falls River. In the barnyard of our dairy farm while being very peaceful and clean. You may hear the cows in the morning!There is a covered 'sawmill building' with a picnic table for you to enjoy.
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 3
- Accessible by: Drive
- Accommodation: Tent Only
- Check in after: 10AM
- Check out before: 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 24 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Riverside Camp at Brandmoore
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Great spot, tucked onto the back of the farm on the rivers edge. I setup a tent beside the mill shed and my friend hung his hammock inside the mill shed for coverage incase it rained overnight. Easy to find and friendly hosts!
The camp sites available at Brandmoore Farm are not only beautiful, but Becky and Phil give you tons of range to choose where you'd like to wake up! There is also barn space for cooking and a work table, along with a few electric plugs which can be helpful for multi-night campers! Overall, the farm is a beautiful and incredible operation of local & organic values and wonderful people making it happen!
Brandmoore Farm is a fantastic spot to stay. We made sure to purchase some veggies and milk from the farm stand and had a restful sleep next to the river. Beautiful property and easy to get to! Rebecca and farm staff were welcoming and informative. Hope to be back in that area some day so we can stay again.
We loved our stay at the farm - a great and convenient stop on a trip North that was surprisingly lovely on a sunny summer morning. We camped under the barn to avoid the wet grass and loved the (primitive) but handy set up of table tops for cooking. Our daughter loved waking up to the cows mooing and the milking, and we walked along the river, then bought a supply of delicious milk for our trip. This is a working farm - do not expect glamping and plan to be totally self sufficient - but it was a great stop on our trip.