Pitch your tent or pull up your RV and enjoy the simple pleasures of farm life during your stay. You’ll be happy camping out in our back pasture, away from all the hustle and bustle of busy life. We're a small family farm, selling beyond-organic produce to our community through our CSA.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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We're right in between the beautiful Uinta Mountains and the Rocky Mountains.
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We're within miles of the Green River.
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Very sweet folks and the site was definitely private. The site was a mix of overgrown grasses, large bushes for shade, and, unfortunately, a LOT of cow poop. The whole site was mostly covered in it and particularly on the flat ground where we would have liked to put the tent. If they do a little weed whacking and a lot of cow poop scooping, this site would be a dream. :)
Peaceful utah night
The campsite was very secluded on the property with views of cows grazing and a back drop of mountains. It was far enough away from the main gate to feel alone but close enough to easily walk up to the faucet if you forgot to bring water. Camping here gives you a great opportunity to visit Dinosaur National Monument in Jenson, UT. It is filled with hikes and activities to entertain you for a few hours or a few days. If you are looking for a relaxing Utah night close to hiking and Colorado this is the place to be. Also Zoey, the dog of the property, is an amazing host and welcomer. She will never turn down a belly rub so don’t forget.
Peaceful and rural
This is a private, rustc area that doubles as a cow pasture when not in use for camping. Thus, cow pies are an issue,as was a quite decrepit picnic table. Otherwise, it's private, beautiful and welcoming. We quite enjoyed our evening there and would happily return on another trip to the area!