- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
The vibe at Bubbling Springs Farm
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Our stay at Bubbling Springs Farm was akin to being old friends with the the wonderful family who lives there. Upon arrival we were greeted with a warm welcome, cold drinks, and tour of the farm. We got to see the cows, chickens, sheep, dogs, and cats who live on the farm, as well as learn about the various plants that grow there (intentionally, and just naturally wild) that are edible or medicinal. The camper refrigerator/freezer was stocked with farm fresh eggs, produce from the garden, assorted beverages, as well as other essentials, which was a pleasant surprise and went above and beyond our expectations! The bathroom was clean, and the kitchen area had a vase of fragrant flowers, a stove, microwave, functioning sink with clean water, and a table with nice booth-style seating, and a second vase of beautiful flowers. The bed was comfortable and adorned with a colorful, handmade quilt and a TV in view. Outside the camper, there was a cute rug and two chairs, plus a little table decorated with even more flowers! (I love fresh flowers, so pardon my excitement over that detail). We got to meet most of the family members who live/work there, and they even invited us inside to their family dinner. They served us the most delicious lasagna made with beef from the farm and packed with veggies harvested from the garden. The food was amazing, and conversation was entertaining. They also mentioned the possibility of purchasing yoga classes and body work on site in the future, so be sure to inquire about that if you're interested! We are endlessly thankful for the unmatched hospitality our hosts bestowed upon us during our stay. It was hard to leave, but we can't wait to go back for another visit!
I had a great time at Bubbling Springs Farm! The farm is nestled into the Red River valley and surrounded by lush vegetation, trees, and gardens. The camper was situated next to the main farm home which felt safe and yet provided enough privacy, as needed. I spent time in the garden pagoda, by the pond, watching the many birds at the feeders (including two families of Baltimore orioles), helping to gather eggs up at the hen house, and going for walks on the tractor road. The camper had everything I needed, including a small refrigerator, sink, stovetop and microwave. The bed was comfortable and I slept well. I went to sleep watching fireflies and woke to the many birds chirping all around. I even had air-conditioning, which was much needed on one of the hot nights. I'll go back again and again!