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Connecting Road Warriors and Farm Stay Locations across America

Some are like B&B's, some have cottages, some have RV/Camping spots.  Some have cows you can milk, some have no animals at all.  Some are "high-tech" and some are "old school," but they all share one thing!  They offer you a gracious and rural welcome to visit them...for a day or a season!


List your Farm Stay here for FREE ?  What FREE?  How can you do that?   Well not exactly free cause you know there's costs to bringing you a webpage each year.  We hope that folks who use our website to make a connection, both the folks providing Farm Stays AND those that visit them, will send us a few bucks now and then if we've delivered for them.

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Connecting Road Warriors and Farm Stay Locations across America

 PrairieRV.com  RURAL CROOKSTON MINNESOTA  We have closed for the time being, with 4$ gas and other economic things going on, we just don't have enough volume to stay open and available...when things change we will re-consider...thanks to all who dropped by!

OPERATORS   LIST YOUR FARM STAY WITH US TODAY   It just takes an email.

The Homestead Guesthouse
901 Peters Rd  New Holland PA 17557  717.354.8327   877 272 7252

Homestead Guesthouse

We are an Amish Family with a small farm and we welcome guests to come experience life on the farm!  We have a spacious comfy guesthouse that sleeps 10. Our guests are welcome to come and join in with milking the cow and gathering eggs. Stay three nights and get a free ride with an Amish horse and buggy!info@homesteadguesthouse.com   www.homesteadguesthouse.com   Fax 717.354.5211 Anna Zook

(Aug2011)


Capricorn Mountain Farm presents a farm stay opportunity...
You’ll be enticed by the rustic country charm of the 1700’s New England style Cape Gambrel home, complete with fireplaces and an exterior fire pit. Eclectically decorated with a flair that’s influenced by various parts of the country and time periods.

Step back into simpler times and experience the serene surroundings, with all that farm life has to offer.

Enjoy venturing off for exhilarating hikes to a nearby breath taking summit, or maybe just a refreshing swim in the pool. Stroll through our flower gardens while watching butterflies chase each other about, or listening to the flutter of a hummingbirds wings.

We have much to offer from early June through mid November, come pet and feed our friends and make memories to last for many years to come, and hope that we can make your rustic stay comfortable and enjoyable enough that you will someday return again.
-RV’s welcome
-Access to grill for cooking purposes
-Leaf peepers welcome/encouraged
-Art retreats available
-Art instruction with Artist proprietor available
-Close to Antique alley, Farmer’s markets, Racetracks and Speedways, Trails, Major cities, Ocean, Lakes/State Parks, Theatre
Please call for rates and availability.
Capricorn Mountain Farm
Northwood NH 03261
603-942-6196
Theresa LaBrecque
(aug 2011)


 

Solaris Valhalla CSA Farm & Educational Center
All Guests pay a flat fee of $10 per night, or may do work exchange of 4 hours per person.  Education on Solar, Wind Energy, Organic Farming, Sustainability, Green Living, Homesteading, and More.  We have over 12 workshops per year on the above subjects and more.  The farm is a "Community Supported Agriculture" Farm, which grows only "Organically Grown", Heirloom Vegetables, Herbs, and Edible Flowers.

We offer a group cabin with bunk beds, tent camping, 1 RV site no hookups. Our entire farm is "Off-Grid", and all water is from a "Rainwater Catchment System".  Our Restrooms are "Sawdust Toilet" Equipped.
The Shower facility is an open air solar shower. 

14996 Hwy U.   Cabool, MO  65689

www.svfarm.org      1-417-962-0148

 number & web appears disconnected as of July 2011

OPERATORS   LIST YOUR FARM STAY WITH US TODAY   It just takes an email.

 

Hi....we have a farm stay near Portland Oregon (actually under 45 min to Salem or Portland)
Our site is www.blueflowerfamilyfarm.com

info@blueflowerfamilyfarm.com
We are a growing bio-intensive, organic, and sustainable run farm that supplies our family food and distributes through farmers markets and locally. we offer farm tours for visitors. we can host up to 4 people, have a list for lots of excursions of various types... all pertinent info can be found at the site, but we charge $120 a night , $600 a week, and only need interested parties to supply a $100 deposit to reserve.
 
Dean & Cathy

Blue Flower Family Farm    503-824-2552

OPERATORS   LIST YOUR FARM STAY WITH US TODAY   It just takes an email.
 

MORGAN FARM STUDIOS

www.MorganFarmStudios.com/
Dan & Annette Morgan 

Morgan Farm Stay
646-621-6434

OPERATORS   LIST YOUR FARM STAY WITH US TODAY   It just takes an email.

Lazyatexas.com  LAZY A RANCH

 We are a working cattle ranch and have a Guest Lodge.

Margot Heard   979.865.5337   mheard@snschools.comtFragment:0000000126 EndFragment:0000000843 1059 Kurt Road, Bellville, TX 77418

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ROAD WARRIERS and other TRAVELERS
Connecting Road Warriors and Farm Stay Locations across America

Hey Travelers!  Welcome to our little part of the web.  We hope you'll check back with us as we work hard to add FARM STAY locations across America (and Canada too!).   We provide this website as a gathering space for those of you looking for this experience in America, and for Farm Stay Operators to post their availability.  If you can help by sending us a few dollars because you matched up with an Operator you found here, you would really be helping us.  Even if you are unable or choose not to send us some money, won't you please send us an email about your experiences!  Each bit of information is a great help to the people who are following you. 

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*List your FARM STAY for free on our site.  Here's how it works.  
Send us and email to PIONEER (at) RRV (dot) NET  Just let us know what you have to offer, if there's a link to a web page, your location etc.  As a Farm Stay location myself I understand that you might get 1 or 2 or a few reservations from this web site.  That's why it's free to list your location.  I trust that if you find some success in your little Farm Stay Operation, that you'll reward us with just a little token of your gratitude!  I'm aghast that some farm stay listing services want to charge more than I gross in some years.  ARE THEY NUTS?  This page works on the honor system!  I think that folks out there are good and honest people and are happy to reward those who help them.  I sure do.  In my little business if someone gets me a client I always send a little something to say THANKS!  I'm trusting that you'll do the same.

Our Address is:
Farm Stay America
Box 26
Fisher MN 56716
We're excited to hear from you!

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MY STORY
Connecting Road Warriors and Farm Stay Locations across America

Howdy!  Thanks for reading this far!  My name is John Reitmeier.  If you google my name you'll see that I'm involved in LOTS of different things.   All those together earn me enough income so that I can continue to live here on my 4th generation farm in Northwestern Minnesota!  We're located in the heart of the Red River Valley.   Many folks in the USA will remember back to 1997 when the great flood hit Grand Forks North Dakota.  We'll that's the Valley that we live and farm in.  No worries though, we're 44 feet higher than the HIGHEST flood waters every recorded, so even if a major flood should come along, the worst you'll have is a great story to tell your kids!  By the way, the next big flood like that isn't expected for another hundred years, and only comes during the spring snow melt, not with a few surprise rains! 

My great grand parents moved to this part of Minnesota back in 1888.  They first settled in Wisconsin but for some reason quickly left that part of the country, and hearing that land was being given out through land grants up here, this is where the suitcases were forever unpacked!  That homestead farm is just a mile to the west of us.  In 1919 my Grand Parents were a young couple with just 3 children.  The big house was just not big enough anymore so Great Grandpa and Grandpa together bought the 1/2 section of land that our farmhouse sits on.  There was nothing here at all...just a 1 mile by 1/2 mile piece of land with a low lying swail in the SW corner.  The first thing that went in was a deep well.  On the last visit of the well drillers in 07 they dropped a line down to measure it.  The pumping part of the well (which we have to pull every few years and re-leather the valves) is about 90 feet below the ground.  However we found that the actual well casing goes down over 187 feet into an aquifer that has water that dates back about 10,000 years when this entire valley was actually a Lake!  Now named Lake Agassiz, there was a recent time (just a few thousand years) when this farm location was under 300 feet of water.  That's what makes the soil some of the richest in the world!  (second only to the Nile Valley...which REALLY does flood each year) 

MORE OF THE STORY TO COME!

 


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Fisher Minnesota 56723

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