Pitch your tent or roll your RV up to a beautiful farmstead (we no longer have animals, crops only). We are a rustic wedding / event venue located mid-way on the Mountain Bay Trail, Wisconsin's longest rail-trail which runs about 90 miles from Weston to Green Bay. Fire pit available. Views of farmland all around. Quiet and peaceful but not secluded. See pictures at ko
Pitch your tent or roll your RV up to a beautiful farmstead (we no longer have animals, crops only). We are a rustic wedding / event venue located mid-way on the Mountain Bay Trail, Wisconsin's longest rail-trail which runs about 90 miles from Weston to Green Bay. Fire pit available. Views of farmland all around. Quiet and peaceful but not secluded. See pictures at koellercountryevents.com. You can move tent into the machine shed (wood chip floor) during severe weather. There are electrical outlets to use to re-charge devices.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
In addition to the Mountain Bay rail-trail, Shawano County is a great place to bike. We have maps of rural routes including ro...Read more
Shawano Lake and the Wolf River are nearby with many boat launches.
Shawano Lake (and other lakes) and the Wolf River nearby.
Hike at Maple Hills County Park - about 10 minutes away.
Very nice quiet water water trail starting from Judd Park, on the Wolf River, about 10 minutes away. Rent kayaks or inner tube...Read more
Swimming beach on the Wolf River in Shawano - about 5 minutes away.
Upper Wolf River and Red River are famous for whitewater paddling and rafting. Outfitters about an hour away.
Natural features you'll find at Mid-way on the Mountain Bay Trail in Wisconsin.
The vibe at Mid-way on the Mountain Bay Trail
Places to see near Koeller Century Farm
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Very beautifully kept grounds of this century farm were a pleasure to witness. We enjoyed a peaceful night in the country. Not a sound to be heard except for a distant cow moo or a couple of hooting barn owls. This made a great stopover place for the night on our way through.
We had a great stay! Nancy was not able to great up upon check in, but texted great directions and was very clear on where everything was located on the property. We loved the fire pit and the feeling of the farm!
So you’re basically staying in the backyard of a de-commissioned farm.
Depending on exactly where you pitch your tent, you can be within view of the host’s home, or you can be more isolated on the backside of the barns. Whatever floats your boat. There’s a lovely view of surrounding farmland/buildings and a stand of trees. You can see stars at night. It’s not super isolated, there’s a little bit of town traffic and local race track noise, but not distracting. They do events in the barn, so they do a great job of keeping the property cute and tidy. The amenities (bathroom and water) are primitive as plainly stated in their description, but again, the upkeep is really great. The hosts were very friendly and communicative. If I were in the neighborhood again, I’d certainly stay!