Camping with others at a off grid organic community farm. Bonfires, music, healthy food and good vibes. There's a peaceful pond a fruit orchard strawberry patches beautiful woods and two creeks.
- Check in: After 8AM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 50% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Fantastic experience and community!
"The Garden" is the real deal! Had a great experience camping in my small 22ft RV for a long weekend here. Some highlights included wonderful star gazing with views of the Milky Way, strolling in the secluded creek with cold clear water for showers or an afternoon dip, community style meals with fresh fruits and vegetables straight from the garden on-site, campfires, music and interesting conversations. Patrick was a helpful and enthusiastic host and I really appreciated being given the opportunity to observe and learn about and even help with some of the duties and upkeep of the farm while I was there (totally optional!). Such a cool and unique experience and a nice break from the city life! I hope to be able to go back!
I had a great time! The Garden is unlike any place I’ve camped before. If was definitely a cool adventure. Our host was awesome and happy to show us around. Several others welcomed us as well. My favorite part was when a random passing camper, headed to the kitchen greeted us with, “Welcome Home!” ❤️ My kids enjoyed the creek and catching and releasing huge bullfrogs by the pond at night. The frogs serenaded us at night and the rooster woke us in the morning. I loved the sounds of home but if you are a city person you may want to be prepared for that. I also enjoyed listening to other campers play live music in the evenings by starlight. I’m such a look at the sky type person and the night sky there did not disappoint. No light pollution leaves a spectacular view of the heavens. As an artist I loved exploring all the bus paintings too. I also felt at home around all the vegetables, fruits and herbs growing. I regret not going on the guided nature walk offered but I took many on my own with my little dog on her leash. I think everyone learned my dog’s name before mine as she doesn’t meet a stranger. It was great being able to bring her along and be welcomed like that. So many sweet souls at The Garden with good vibes. I hope to go back again in cooler temps with another set of friends that I think would appreciate the experience. I miss my new friend, Joy already.
Not for just anyone...
The people were in general very kind and informative about their property and amenities, lots of hard work went into this place. However, it looks like a junk yard when you pull in, NOTHING like the pictures, everything was rather unclean and the campsite had little to no privacy.
They say no drugs, very they are growing pot. If you are comfortable in commune living with little to no sanitation and zero cell reception for miles, this is your place. This is not a place for just anybody.
This is truly an off the grid experience! We are so grateful to the community at the garden who welcomed us into their home, their space, and their community and to completely unplug and disconnect for a night. They have created a magical space and we are lucky to have been able to experience it.
It is exactly what it says it is, and it was perfect. I was met at the front, given a brief walking tour and given several options of where I could camp. The community of people who live and/or work there were so welcoming. Several times a day they blow a horn for their meals or hot coffee. I was always invited to partake. I didn’t have anything to offer in return (though they never made me feel like I should offer anything in return) so I only joined for the company and entertainment. Ukulele by the fire, chatting with the wonderful people on the grounds or walking about and looking at the flowers and garden beds. I was made to feel safe and had my privacy, even though I chose to camp next to the chicken coop.
It was beautiful and perfect. As long as you aren’t disruptive and are kind in return, you’ll have a wonderful stay. I certainly did.