Hipcamp host Darci  S.
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Cool and private chalet nestled on a scenic 34 acre working farm. Enjoy this quaint little building with kitchenette and loft bedroom. You will sleep indoors with heat and running water. There is a Scotty Potty a skip away for the restroom (not heated). There is an outdoor shower that is available seasonally (April-Mid October). Enjoy the free ranging chickens, th


Cool and private chalet nestled on a scenic 34 acre working farm. Enjoy this quaint little building with kitchenette and loft bedroom. You will sleep indoors with heat and running water. There is a Scotty Potty a skip away for the restroom (not heated). There is an outdoor shower that is available seasonally (April-Mid October). Enjoy the free ranging chickens, the goats and sheep in the pasture, or walk the beautiful property and take a tour of the bee yard. So much to do!

Guest access

Feel free to explore the property. Visit the barn and see all the animals or walk our trails and mowed paths that lead you to the honey bee yard, through the woods, and to either of the two ponds on the property. We have a shop located in the garage where we sell all of our homemade goods we make right here on the farm. Plan to enjoy the shared fire pit and patio/grill area. Lots to do so make yourself at home! We have a shared cookout/fire pit. Supply your own wood or buy a bundle here for $15.  Pet fee is $15 per night per pet. 

Other things to note

We have an Irish Wolfhound, Sis who guards the farm. She loves humans, other dogs, cats, and children. She also love to splash around in our pond and then come say hello. If she's too much please let us know and we can pen her up. Remember this is still a working farm and she's an outside dog that can be wet and dirty at times

Lodging provided
1 site
Up to 2 guests per site
Park at listing
No ADA access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Potable water available
Kitchen available
Showers available
Picnic table available
Wifi available
Bins available
Have a question? Send Darci a message!
  • Check in: After 3PM
  • Check out: Before 11AM
  • Cancellation policy: Strict
  • On arrival: Go straight to camp
  • Minimum nights: 2
  • Accepts bookings: 18 months out
  • Response time: Within 12 hours
  • Response rate: 80%


Offered on the Host's property or nearby.


CATHC and RELEASE ONLY at the FARM. Other fishing near by.

Horseback riding
Snow sports
Wildlife watching

The vibe at Glamping at the Honey Farm

Places to see near Summer Smiles Honey Farm

11 Reviews

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Hipcamper KyAnn
Ky Ann M.
recommends this listing.
May 29th, 2018

We absolutely LOVED staying at this property!! The cabin was so cute and well-furnished. It provided everything we needed for a comfortable stay. We loved sleeping in the loft and being able to wake up to the huge floor to ceiling windows and look out at the view. The outdoor shower is beautiful as well as such a nice convenience to have! The property itself was very well kept up and offered SO many activities. This property definitely had more activities than any other Hipcamp we have visited-they had animals (cows, goats, chickens, pigs) that you could interact with, bread, bee-keeping, and candle making workshops, and even honey tastings. One of our favorite things that they offer is farm to table meals right there on the property! They make the delicious meals from fresh vegetables, etc. that were grown right there on the farm and it is such a neat experience so definitely make sure to do that! Overall, this location was definitely our favorite Hipcamp we have stayed at so far and we highly recommend staying here!! :)

Exterior of the cabin and outdoor shower.This is the beautiful patio area available for use with a wood-burning pizza oven (you have the option of adding on farm-fresh meals to your stay!)!Overview of the eating area as well as the beautiful floor to ceiling windows on the far side of the building!The view down into the lower level of the building and the stairs.
Hipcamper Valerie
Valerie A.
recommends this listing.
September 10th, 2018

This was a perfect retreat for two people used to tent camping and wanting less effort than usual for a relaxing vacation. The cabin is adorable and had everything we wanted, and we loved the beautiful farm.

Hipcamper Samuel
Samuel C.
recommends this listing.
October 29th, 2018

Had a fun time at Summer Smiles Honey Farm, despite the rain, the tiny house stayed warm and dry.

Hipcamper Molly
Molly Y.
recommends this listing.
March 19th, 2019

Our stay was wonderful! The tiny house was so cozy and warm. Darci was very helpful and made our stay a relaxing treat. We opted to add on the Welcome Platter which I would highly recommend. It had a ton of delicious local/homemade goodies and was perfect to share. We enjoyed getting to explore the farm in the morning with a guided tour from Sis, their pup. Loved being able to support and learn about their business and was happy to leave with a bag of treats from their shop. I really hope we can make our way back soon :)

Hipcamper Polina

Great, unique experience

Polina T.
recommends this listing.
April 6th, 2019

We really enjoyed our stay! Though it’s a “tiny” cabin, we never felt cramped and had all of the amenities we needed. The blacksmithing class was such an unique experience! The lasagna add-on was delicious and came with a ton of side goodies. The farm is well kept, perfect for a walk, and all of the animals on the farm are so friendly!

Hipcamper Jinghuang
Jinghuang Q.
recommends this listing.
July 2nd, 2019

Very chill and trusting host! The farm is definitely a great place for people who are a bit sick of city life and wants a break from technology, though rest assured you’ll have good cellular signal there. Lots of fireflies and really good vibe when it’s dark and you have the campfire up.

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Hipcamper Sue

What a wonderful 3 days❣️

Sue A.
recommends this listing.
July 22nd, 2019

I couldn’t have picked a better place to relax and rejuvenate❣️ Darci and Amanda have created a great atmosphere on their Summer Smiles Honey Farm for folks to take a timeout from the demands of everyday life. The Farm is peaceful, the animals engaging, and the paths cleared for exploring.

I stayed in the glamping studio loft house... comfy, cozy, and cute. The upstairs loft bed was excellent. The downstairs room had plenty of space for eating and sitting without feeling cramped. Oh, the outside shower... awesome! And the Scotty Potty was the cleanest I’ve ever seen in my life!

I had the welcome platter on day 1, which sustained me for my 3 day visit because of all of the delightful treats. But I also had the yummy lasagna and a super fresh salad day 2... enough for 2 days. I enjoyed crusty, warm homemade bread and herb butter that came with both meals.

The Farm provides opportunities to sit quietly and reflect, to romp around with sweet Sis, Big Fluff, and the hilarious chickens, to hike several trails, to observe the bee yard, and even take classes if available. Several covered bridges, the Flight 93 Memorial, and other sightseeing possibilities are within easy driving distance.

Great hosts, a great setting, great beasts, great food, great bed, great outdoor shower... all add up to a wonderful, unique, ‘can’t wait to go back’ experience❣️

Thank you, Darci and Amanda❤️

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Hipcamper Michaela

Tiny house in the country

Michaela R.
has mixed feelings towards this listing.
September 4th, 2019

The Summer Smiles Honey Farm was beautiful. We ordered a cheese platter that was supposed to be ready close to our arrival- it instead took a couple of hours which kind of threw off our dinner plans (arrival is at 3pm). We didn’t have any communication about that which was a little frustrating and we texted the host a question about fire wood that wasn’t answered for about an hour and a half. All in all, pretty minor issues and they ended up being resolved. However, we were not clear before our arrival how close the tiny house was to both the host’s home and a secondary guest suite- I think it was referred to as the Potting Shed. If we had been looking for a more communal vibe, this place would’ve rocked but we had gone out with the intent of really having some privacy and unwinding. The close proximity definitely hindered that. We did appreciate that the farm allowed dogs. Though be aware, if you have a grouchy pet, it can be a little challenging to steer clear of Sis (who is a sweet, sweet girl).

Hipcamper Dana
Dana R.
recommends this listing.
October 13th, 2019

Loved the Tiny House! It’s tight on the property of the main house and honey farm and is also the same site as the potter’s shed (also listed), which I guess I just didn’t realize. Overall, such a great experience! We got super lucky, timing-wise, and were able to help Darci harvest honey! What a cool experience! The outdoor shower totally made this place a 100% winner for me also. Loved it. Great little getaway.

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Summer Smiles Honey Farm
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