At Feel Good Farm you're free to explore 150 acres of field and forest or the 960 acre East Hill Wildlife management area both tucked away on a back road in Wolcott, Vermont. Currently, we are enrolled in the Audubon Society ground nesting bird protection program until August 1st. Bobolinks and Savannah Sparrows are nesting in the fields now and for that reason the fields ar
At Feel Good Farm you're free to explore 150 acres of field and forest or the 960 acre East Hill Wildlife management area both tucked away on a back road in Wolcott, Vermont. Currently, we are enrolled in the Audubon Society ground nesting bird protection program until August 1st. Bobolinks and Savannah Sparrows are nesting in the fields now and for that reason the fields are not being hayed until then. Spend the day here on the farm or drive to nearby hiking, swimming holes, lakes and reservoirs. Vermont has so much to offer, feel free to ask one of us for some hidden gems. Make your way back to camp to check out the beautiful sunset on the farm. You'll feel close to the stars up here on the hill!
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
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We spent the first of our two evenings at a lovely campsite low and almost in the woods at the rear of the property. There is a nice stone fire ring there and a couple of benches for sitting. The woods and fields wrap around the site with plenty of room for the sun to get in. Nice.
On the morning of the second day I walked the property and discovered the higher ridges have a beautiful view looking off to what I believe is Mount Elmore. Even though there was no formal campsite in the area I asked Carey if we might spend our second night there so we could look out over the fields and mountains. Sure, she said and it was done. It rained that night and the wind came up leaving us a little chilly in the late September morning but the view was worth it. Word to the wise, the trees bordering the top of the property screen the rising sun to the east so if sun is what you seek to take the chill off (and we did that morning) be sure to bring something to keep you warm until the shadows pass.
Great stay. We'd do it again in heartbeat.
I came during the winter on a day when there was supposed to be 2" of snow, but it turned out to be more like 2'. The hosts let me know what road would be best to take, given the snow and ice, which was much appreciated. Upon arrival, they got a fire going and gave me a bunch of firewood. Really friendly people! The campsite and surroundings have plenty of good views. There is a lot to do in the nearby area.
My son and I camped in late April on the edge of an open field, our hosts provided firewood given the cold temps. We had a great night enjoying the outdoors, cool temps and sleet squals :) Great farm with lots of camping options in fields and also woods areas. I explored around in the AM and found additional sites for our next stay. Carey was very helpful and made our trip to the farm great !
This little farm provided the happiest stay for my sisters and my trip up to Vermont. The host was incredibly kind! He went out of his way to make us feel comfortable and give us advice on where to travel in the area. The lovely little plot of land was secluded, complete with a fire pit, firewood, and a gorgeous view of the mountains. Would definitely stay here again :)
Naturally magical and peaceful.
Feel Good Farm was a magical place that we had a pleasure of staying. The gracious hosts, Tristen and his family were welcoming, they offered a pick at their garden and showed their farm around. The camp site was on the edge of a forest in the back of their farm along the tree line. It was very private homie environment that we got to enjoy while star gazing half the night under open sky. We wish you utmost success with your farm and we will definitely come back when we have the chance.