Glamping guests have access to our 10-acre family-friendly farm, complete with groomed trails for hiking, organic garden, historic barn and tame animals. There is plenty of room to throw around a ball, take in the fresh air and beautiful views, and watch the deer or wild turkeys roam. You are welcome to enter into farm life by helping with animal chores or simply relax and
Glamping guests have access to our 10-acre family-friendly farm, complete with groomed trails for hiking, organic garden, historic barn and tame animals. There is plenty of room to throw around a ball, take in the fresh air and beautiful views, and watch the deer or wild turkeys roam. You are welcome to enter into farm life by helping with animal chores or simply relax and enjoy the natural space.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Paradise Farm Glamping in Wisconsin.
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A+ wonderful stay. wonderful hosts.
This was my first experience reserving a spot on hipcamp and I'm thrilled to be able to leave a glowing review.
My wife and I loved our stay at Paradise Farm. The location was ideal for us. It's close enough to activities while being just remote enough to feel like you are isolated. If it wen't for hearing an occasional car on the country road, would might think that the goats were your only companions.
The tent was nice. It had more than enough space for two. I liked covered porch and small table in front. Our weather was ideal so we didn't really need to use the porch much but I can see how it would be nice on a rainy day.
I especially liked how much room we had on the site. We are used to typical car camping in state parks and if you are familiar with that, this is the size of a 4 combined family site or one very large group camp site.
We got to meet the owners, Mary and Jim and they were so gracious. I'm thankful that they opened up their property for us to enjoy. The on site manager, Kathe. was awesome. She was able to answer any questions we had. It was nice to know there was someone nearby.
It's a short hike from the parking to the site. We brought quite a bit of stuff for our three night stay and Kathe was able to give us a wagon to help with the move.
If you like hiking, the ice age trail west bend segment is very close. I did a 7 mile out and back going north and I really liked the mostly wooded journey. For even more hiking, the Kettle Moraine northern forest unit is only 30 minutes away.
Pro Tip: If you are wanting farm fresh eggs either for your stay or to take home, ask Kathe, she can set you up :)
A breath of fresh air!
The perfect getaway! This is a beautifully maintained property that offers all of the amenities you need for a comfortable stay in the great outdoors. The tent is spacious and holds up to perfect standards in a wicked rain storm (we got hit hard and made it through without a drop! ) The is a great little firepit and an outhouse that comes with running water, handsoap, and hand towels. All of the animals on the farm are super friendly, and i cannot say enough about the owners, Jim and Mary, and the property manager, Kathe. They are the true definition of hosts! Be sure to ask about fresh eggs and honey-- you won't regret it!
Mary's place was absolutely magical. My friends and I had the very best time cooking over the fire, dancing around the property and enjoying the stunning nature space. It really exceeded our expectations. The tent was
comfy and beautiful and accommodating. We were so happy! Only suggestion is to bring extra blankets for sleeping! It can get a little chilly and it's better to be more prepared for warmth :)
The site was amazing! We met with Kathe when we arrived. She is one of the most kindest people you will ever meet. When we got settled in the kids took their walkie-talkies out to "explore the trails" alone. The next morning we had the chance to help with some of the farm chores. Kathe recommended we try Sandy Knoll Park. It was a great recommendation. There is a small pond to swim in, a nice playground and a golf course. The only recommendation I would have for people visiting with kids who are NOT fans of mosquitoes, invest in the small citronella candles (they were a $1.50 at Walmart). We put 2 in the tent and it made all the world of a difference while sleeping. Needless to say we had a blast and are already planning our next trip back.