Intro: I am a wife and mother of two (and a pup) who suffers from a sever case of wunderlust 365 days a year. I love to travel and explore new areas and meet new people. I have a passion for photography and a love for nature.
So our GPS took us a round about way to get there (be sure to get directions from Arisa to avoid lol). Upon arrival we were wonderfully greeted and given the grand tour of the farm. She really made us feel at home. There are goats, alpaca, pigs, chickens, cows, sheep, and pups. We were lucky to cuddle with three baby goats (one which was born about an hour before we arrived). We stayed in side the field where the goats live and hung out with them all afternoon. It was a magical experience. In the morning we woke up early and were able to learn how to milk a goat ourselves. This experience was unparalleled to any camping I have done in the past. I will definitely be returning to visit again and bringing my kids to experience.
The site was beautiful and peaceful. Upon arrival we were greeted by Meagan. She was so friendly and welcoming and took us to our camping spot.They port-a-potty was the cleanest I have ever seen. They had electricity and water hookups. I would definitely book a stay here again (and next time I will be sure to book a horse back ride). In the afternoon we watched as the horses were released to the field and it was magical to watch them run around. Loved everything about this spot!