About Farm Stay Tent Camping
Pitch your tent in our meadow, which comprises three of our seven acres. You will have a private area with a brilliant view of the stars as our street has no street lights. Our composting toilet is in a comfortable outhouse. We have chickens, ducks, bees, a rabbit, and a mini-horse. We are less than a half mile from Lake Erie, and 15 minutes from dozens of wineries, a coffee house and roaster, fine dining, and a marina where you can rent a boat, a kayak, or a paddle board. We offer fresh eggs, honey, sourdough bread, and beverages. We have a large organic garden, and you are welcome to help with chores if that is of interest. We also have an onsite art studio and a wide range of art supplies available. We grow, raise, and make much of our own food, and we enjoy sharing with others what we do. We are located just 15 minutes north of I90 at 5003 Ninevah Road, Saybrook, Ohio. Earlier check-ins are fine than in the details; just let us know ahead of time. We look forward to meeting you!
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 2
- Accessible by: Drive
- Accommodation: Tent Only
- Check in after: 5PM
- Check out before: 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Alan and Chris are extremely welcoming and generous hosts! Thank you for sharing your beautuful farm with us, not to mention the fridge full of homebrewed beers and ciders to enjoy around the campfire and a delicious breakfast with homemade sourdough bread, homemade tomato jam, and fresh honey from the hive! Thank you for the tour of all the things living and growing on your farm. The tent site was very comfortable and we highly recommend this stay to anyone on a cross-country road trip like us, or just looking for a fun way to camp among the fireflies. We hope to come back!
Flannel Dog Farms was fantastic. Jeff and Chris were kind, generous and knowledgeable hosts. We had our pick of camp sites, laid-back tutorials on an array of hobby farm pursuits (beer brewing, geese, chickens, oh my!), firefly catching and even a lovely breakfast (with homemade bread and quiche) after we got caught in an early morning downpour. The property is lovely, very well-appointed and there's even a curmudgeonly mini-horse to visit. If you're looking for a romantic spot or traveling with kiddos (like us), we can't think of a better spot.
We had a lovely stay at Flannel Dog Farm. The property is beautiful and Alan was a great host- providing cooking utensils, water, firewood, and a fridge full of his glorious home brews. The composting toilet was really nice! We loved meeting the chickens and ducks, checking out the vegetable gardens, and peeking in Chris's art studio. A great location for spending time on the beach or paddling the Ashtabula River.
Staying at the farm was a really fun experience. Alan was very nice and helpful. The field behind the barn was very secluded and the fire pit area was perfect for roasting hotdogs and making a nice country breakfast in the morning. The homemade cider and beer was especially tasty as well :) We would stay again.