This is a family farm on 48 acres, with access to hiking the snow mobile trails that run over a couple of hundred miles. We have horses and alpacas to pet and visit, a few sheep and chickens, and a couple of Scottish Highland Cows.
Swimming at a state park/lake is 5 miles away, and there are other hiking trails within about a 20 minute drive. You can pitch a tent of your own, or borrow one of ours here by the house, or further out by the creek. Bonfires up by the house, at an established fire pit. Bring your Mountain Bike!
Restroom is available just inside the house with your own entrance, and potable water is available via pump or hose outside the house or at the barn. We have a couple of dogs on sight, and we like to visit with folks - let us know if you want to socialize or not and we'll respect that.
Your dogs are welcome, but please keep them leashed. Chickens like to run away, and dogs like to chase them.
If you are traveling with horses, please check for the alternate listing with u s! We can provide turn out or possible stalls for you, if your shots are current (proof required).
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 50% off
The vibe at Family Farm
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Rashid Field Farms is in a great location in a quiet wooded area. The camp sites are a short walk (or drive!) away from the house, nestled in the woods with a creek running throughout. Host Jennifer hand dyes her own wool in her home studio and gave us a tour of the property, introducing us to the animals and showing us the nearby walking trails. The site we camped at had a fire pit right by the creek and was close to other paths winding through the woods to explore. This location is also close by to Pratts Falls, a local state park that's worth a visit. The whole trip was a great little getaway, I would definitely recommend!