Pitch your tent in our beautiful meadow located on a back road in Vermont. We are a small family farm with alpacas and chickens. We are 10 minutes from beautiful quaint Randolph where you can catch a show at Chandler music hall or local drive in theater, play frisbee golf at the park or grab some delicious grub from our many local eateries! There are many outstanding local b
Pitch your tent in our beautiful meadow located on a back road in Vermont. We are a small family farm with alpacas and chickens. We are 10 minutes from beautiful quaint Randolph where you can catch a show at Chandler music hall or local drive in theater, play frisbee golf at the park or grab some delicious grub from our many local eateries! There are many outstanding local biking and hiking trails nearby!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Natural features you'll find at Heart of VT Farm in Vermont.
Camping in a Vermont meadow on a small farm.
The vibe at Heart of VT Farm
Places to see near Heart of Vermont Farm
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We had a great stay at Heart of Vermont Farm which was enhanced greatly by the incredible warmth and energy of the hosts. Upon our arrival, J. Lynn had prepared a hand-written welcome card for us along with a bouquet of hand-picked wildflowers (sunflowers of many colors) which was a sign of her creative energy. They also provided a composting toilet nearby decorated with similar flowers, a glass jug of freshly pumped spring water from their deep well, and a solar shower which was perfectly cool and refreshing after a warm day of exploring. In addition, they had just mowed a large portion of their fields with roads for us to easily travel to several open camping areas. There is a real community feeling to the owner’s homestead and they are multi-generational residents of the area and know many of the local farmers and wave to them as they drive by in their pickup trucks. They also offer a variety of produce, eggs and herbs as well as placing prize-winning animals in a fair taking place that weekend. Further, we enjoyed swimming off a bridge at a nearby lake. Our night was marked by another excellent view of the solar system, and the added benefit of the soothing sounds of meadow insects such as crickets and smell of freshly cut hay. Highly recommended.
Nice rural setting
J.lynn was a wonderful host and even helped me get my site set up since we arrived late. She is a wealth of information about the area. J.lynn gave us some homemade kombucha which was also great!
The camp was private although it was right off the road so there is a bit of noise and the eating area is visible to the cars going by. Our tent was hidden however.
The added shower was a nice amenity.
The location is nice and relaxing but quite a ways from some things we wanted to do: about 40 mins to Ben & Jerrys and well over an hour from the Hwy 100 scenic drive and hiking. Be forewarned there is no cell service in most of the area so be prepared ahead of time and have a map! Several roads were closed and we had to reroute.