The goat house farm provided most of the things I needed. There’s an outside living room, including games. Free coffee, utensils, cups, plates, bread and butter, filtered water. Also, a Friday to store your food. There’s an outside sink to wash your dishes and also a bathroom with a shower. Basically, it’s an outside house at the farm. Melissa provided towels. Toilet paper, and shampoo and conditioner. There’s a lake and she provides kayaks. I stayed in the coop, very small, but cozy and clean. little heater in the coop worked well. It says pet friendly, but it’s best not to take your dog because it’s a farm and the chickens run around all day. Most dogs chase chickens and it was sad to have my dog on the leash most the time, but she did warn me so I could not be upset. I wish there was more to do in that area, but it’s really far from everything and barley any signal. If you decide to camp and just want to relax by the fire and tent the whole trip, then it’s a great place, but if you plan to try adventurous things near by it is not the camping environment for you. The goats are cute and very friendly and Melissa is open to anyone interacting with them. She does well at raising such a big farm of animals. I would recommend this place to anyone that just wants to relax and camp out without any additional fun plans, or maybe take a few friends and bring a lot of games to make it fun.