Fresh produce is available for purchase for your dinnerstraight from our organic farm! Have lunch with the alpacas or just kick back and commune with nature. There is a beautiful swimming and boating lake just 3 miles down the road. Campsite is in a beautiful meadow near a pond. Fall asleep listening to the chirp of tree frogs and the hoot of owls
- 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 Weeknight discount: 15% off
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Great place for birders. In the evening watch bats dart as the sky darkens.
Enjoy the change of the season with apple picking and grape harvest.
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Big lake boat launch is about 3 miles from the farm. Clear lake is a short 10 minute drive and has a public swimming area.
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Pulling off Highway 9, you're greeted to When Pig's Fly Farm, "Eggs...Veggies...Herbs..." and the vision of the neighbor's beautiful thoroughbred farm. The road curves back to picturesque, green lushness. When I fantasize about what MY farm would look, feel, smell like, I envision When Pigs Fly Farm. Surrounded by a rolling landscape of mountains, trees, and lush, well-loved crops and animals. Chris and Tom have maximized every 10 acres with countless chickens, two roosters, seven personality-rich alpacas, two highland cattle, grazing land, a rodent-hungry barn cat (living in the rodent-free barn!), a German Shepherd named Sam, a pond full of a multitude of frogs who will sing you guttural lullabies at dusk, a barn-house covered in solar panels where Martine, their talented land manager lives, an impressive garden that feeds forty CSA members from the community and themselves, and a thoroughly relaxing space next to the pond where visitors camp. Over the past twenty years of ownership, Chris and Tom have hosted music festivals and have upcoming Farm to Table dinner events! The farm is truly magical and not a space you want to leave first thing in the morning. The light pollution is so minimal that the stars seem to explode into view and the milky way is fully visible. I highly recommend visiting and staying on the farm for multiple nights!!
Beautiful farm and welcoming hosts! We were given a tour and fresh vegetables upon arrival. Three campsites are very close together on the pond and in close proximity to the house. With the added benefit of being close to the bathroom and water source. There's one more campsite out in the back field that offers more privacy. It is close to the alpacas and highland cows.
Chris was a lovely hostess. They set us up, left us some delicious produce, and headed out of town themselves for the weekend - meaning that we had the whole place to ourselves! It was quiet and peaceful, with the occasional cow, alpaca, duck, heron, falcon, and frog sightings to keep my daughter well entertained. Sitting outside our tent at night, listening to the owls in the forest and frogs in the pond, and looking at the amazing night sky was the perfect start to our vacation.
We were disadvantaged due to the weather, being wet and cold. It is natural during Thanksgiving time. I would love to visit back again if we have a chance. Kids enjoyed seeing the farm animals close. Their hospitality was excellent. It would be beautiful place with plantations and pond.
We booked for a Friday night with expectations of heading to Baker lake the rest of our memorial day weekend. We stayed until Monday mid day. Chris, Tom, Megan and Martine were amazing hosts. Our new friends and the rest of my dreamy Farm life animals were just what this farmer's daughter needed after living in the subs of Snohomish county. I refilled my honey jar. Ate the organic chicken eggs. Sleep in my ⛺ as the roosters crow. It's a magical csa in Skagit county. Thanks for the great outdoors.
A fun and idyllic place to relax, chill, watch some farm action and sit around a camp fire at night. Farm-produced honey, eggs and other things are available to add to your foodie-culture -- We loved it … and Chris was a great host! Cheers.
This was our 3rd hipcamp stay in a week and I'm sorry to say it was just ok. It was quiet as we were the only one's there and the girl taking care of the place was super nice and let us help with the animals, sold us some veggies and gave us a tour.
It was just a bit messy and there didn't seem to be much care put towards the camp area. A muddy hose area for water, outhouse with only hand sanitizer, dog poop here and there and the pond was a mosquito magnet. We did have a quiet night by the fire and enjoyed the animals a lot. Seems like it's under some renovations and is being fixed up so maybe it will be better soon.
Price seemed very high for what we got.