Pitch your tent or park your mobile home at Jara Farms. There is limited access in the winter and muddy conditions. Please keep in mind this is a working farm with animals.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
The vibe at Pitch a Tent
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Look for the farm stand by the road as you head to Jara Farms and do yourself a favor and stop to get some supplies before you head up the hill! There are some fresh eggs for sale ($3.00 for a dozen - hard to beat that price for fresh eggs!), homemade cookies & bread, maple syrup and even flowers. Once you’ve paid for some treats then hop back in your vehicle and head on up the dirt road that’ll take you to your campsite!
James is your host at Jara Farms and he’s a really nice guy. He was happy to show us around and even led us out to our campsite in his vehicle. You’ll have your pick of sites out in the back pasture as most of the land is flat. If you like peace and quiet, this is the place for you as the only neighbors you’ll be able to see are cows. Find yourself a nice patch of field to pitch your tent or park your van and then make yourself at home. We were delighted to be in a field with a smattering of wildflowers. It was quite a picturesque place to camp. The road out to the site became quite rutted but we had no problem driving alongside it in the grass!
If you’ve ever wanted to stay at a working farm, we recommend giving this one a chance. It’s a beautiful place to spend a night under the stars.