About Pine Forest Camping
All are welcome at Still Point Farm.
This rustic camp site is in the pine forest of our 10 acre flower farm. The rustic (no RV or trailers) campsite is down a short path from the log cabin so pretty private and shaded/cool. This is the smaller of our two campsite and can accommodate 1 tent large tent or two small tents and up to 4 people. The site has a hammock for added fun. This tree canopy above is closed so no campfires are allow on this site. You may use the community fire pit or the labyrinth fire pits if you like. (Our larger campsite with fire pit (Site #2) is listed as our Camping in the Woods if you would prefer that one.) FYI We try to have the community bonfire going on Saturday nights during the busy season and offer our guests s'mores.
Campers have access to lower level community kitchenette, bathroom with shower and living room for relaxing. Enjoy the outside community fire pit outside the Harvest House (former horse stable). Take a walk in the pine forest. Walk the flower labyrinth in the shade of a 100+ old Oak Tree named Victoria in the back acre. Watch for wild turkey, birds, deer, and possums. Help out on the farm and get your hands in the dirt or greenhouse. Or just pick & purchase a bouquet of flowers ($1 per stem) or organically grown veggies (pricing varies) to take home. Farm kitchen breakfast featuring Farm Fresh Eggs offered for a cost of $15 per person (please indicate when making reservation that you desire breakfast).
Still Point Farm is 8 miles from the 9,000 acre Brooklyn Wildlife Preserve, 15 minutes to New Glarus (Little Switzerland) which is home to New Glarus Brewing Co. with brewery torus, rails to trails biking Sugar River Trail and wonderful cheese fondue. 20 minutes to Stoughton (Little Norway) and the Stoughton Opera House (Great local music scene) and farm-to-table restaurant Wendigo. 25 Minutes to downtown Madison's Capitol Square.
Hope to see ya on the farm.
Farmers Penny & Phil, sweet Farm dog Rory and the "chicks" Alma, Cora, Pearl, Milly & Mabel.
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 1
- Accessible by: Walk
- Accommodation: Tent Only
- Check in after: 2PM
- Check out before: 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Pine Forest Camping
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This location was absolutely a treat. My partners and I traveled to Wisconsin to visit the University of Wisconsin and chose to camp during our stay. Penny and her family were very hospitable to the three of us. They had any thing we needed. The campground was gorgeous and a wonderful place to explore. The farm really brings out the beauty of being outdoors. There are several locations on site to sit and have a cup of joe while finding shapes in the clouds. We brought along our dog Chaco and he got on great with their dog, Rory. Rory is a sweet and super soft well mannered dog! During our stay Penny had a WOOFER (volunteer farmer) on sight helping manage the farm and she was a pleasure to be around. We played board games and sat around the table sharing life stories. Truly an experience you only dream of.
Visiting Pine Forest is a must if you are looking to travel this way or even if you're looking for a joyous get away. We traveled to the farm before the flowers bloomed and it was still gorgeous.
Penny and Phil were incredible hosts and their farm is a magical place. We stayed two nights with our toddler and they couldn't have been more accommodating. Sharing the swing for the baby, showing us how to feed the chickens, joining us for a nice chat over dinner one evening, and (very kindky) setting us up in their log cabin when a thunderstorm made tent camping impossible on our second night. This place is great! We can't wait to come back for a visit soon.
Camping at Pine Forest was absolutely lovely! The flower farm is a beautiful, and the sprawling property left us plenty of room to ourselves. Penny and Phil were communicative prior to and during our stay, flexible about where we camped given the recent weather and bugs, offered a back-up options of an adorable trailer on site, and offered up the amenities of the bathroom/kitchen/indoor areas as they did for the people staying at their Air BnB.