stay with us


Stay with us.

We believe in sharing this beautiful land with summer visitors who can come and learn with us about agroecology and participate in the diverse value-added products and enterprises we are engaged with— we also welcome those who come to teach us!  These activities are called ‘Agrotourism’  and are part of our mission, our conservation easement, and our goal of recruiting more young farmers to this region. 

car camping
we have one spot for car camping, site #4. Book accordingly, and enjoy the grandmother orchard
walk to the cove
woods for walking
platforms galore


At the main farm, all options include use of firepit, outdoor toilet, outdoor sink, outdoor shower, access to trails.

As of 2021 we will be offering farm-fresh breakfast on demand.

Please book on hipcamp / airbnb.. or you can call us.

Tent platforms at smithereen $40/ night

Car camping at smithereen $40/ night includes fire pit

Camping on our blueberry fields $25/night (no water or outhouse)

Yurt  $150/ night

Our sister organization, Greenhorns which is headquartered down the road at Reversing Hall, hosts camps and workshops, movie screenings, symposia and music events all summer long as well.  Greenhorns has newly acquired some buildings along the Pennamaquan river in Downtown Pembroke to host artists in residency, mycology workshop, carpentry workshop, and a gallery space. Go read about the artist in residency program here.
You can come stay on the farm during Greenhorns events, we will have group meals served in the timerframe kitchen. If you want a more peaceful time and want to self-cater at the timber frame, then you can book when we don’t have an event going on.

When you come please drive up the driveway carefully, as there are small animals. Little black dog in particular has a bad habit of nipping people, he is tiny and if you speak sternly to him he stops, but be forewarned of your ankles if you catch him unaware and he feels he must dominate.