About Walker Honey Farm and Dancing Bee Winery Vineyard Camp
Visitors can enjoy camping on a partially private couple of acres with a beautiful treeline and lots of open space for star gazing. The Dancing Bee Winery tasting bar (specializing in Mead, open 7 days a week), and The Honey House Cafe food truck (open Thurs - Sat) sit on the property so eats and drinks are available. Our Farm Store is also open 7 days a week where you can sample and buy Honeys, Peanut Butters, Beeswax Soaps and other specialty items. Come hang with us, relax and camp with the bees on the honey farm!
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 4
- Accessible by: Drive
- Accommodation: Tent Only
- Check in after: 11AM
- Check out before: 3PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Walker Honey Farm and Dancing Bee Winery Vineyard Camp
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I arrived in mid-afternoon to a warm welcome in the store, including a little care package of products made by the honey farm. Though there are 4 designated places to set up a tent, the spots are pretty flexible. I set my tent up just past the outdoor seating area near the acre of grape vines. It was a great place to watch the sunset! Both staff were super friendly and very accommodating. I got a fire ring and some dry wood ($6) for a small campfire, which turned out to be wonderful.
I spent part of the afternoon inside doing a tasting of a selection of 6 honey meads and other wines. I ended up using a discount coupon provided in my care package on some wine and mead to bring home. I was welcomed to spend the remainder of the afternoon until closing lingering over a glass of wine or two, which I happily did.
I recommend Walker Honey Farm & Dancing Bee Winery to folks with RVs or tents/ear plugs, due to the fact that the winery is situated in between a very active railroad track and a busy road - it was pretty loud all night. Also for tent campers, bathroom facilities are only available when the store is open. I would definitely camp here again, but better prepared for traffic noise.