camping & agritourism
Stay with us. We have 4 tent platforms at the main farm, 4 tent platforms at the blueberry barrens, and occasionally, a refurbished airstream.
We also have rooms and houses for longer term rental down the road at the Pennamaquan River farm, and at Grey Lodge. In 2022 we will welcome artists and artist in residence at the Motel along the river. Please be in touch with enquiries, much is afoot this winter as we make ready for the coming year. [email protected] or call the farm house 207 726 4442
All options include use trails along river, to Long cove, and to Cobscook Bay, farm firepit and picnic areas, composting toilet, outdoor hose and outdoor sink, outdoor shower
We believe in sharing this beautiful land with 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.
Kayaking, hiking, biking, small boats, clambakes, bird watching, foraging fruit and wild foods, swimming in lakes, endless beach walks and nary a traffic light. More than a quarter of Washington County is under some kind of conservation protection, with the Cutler Coast, Moosehorn Wildlife Refuge, Downeast Salmon Federation, Downeast Coastal Conservancy, Maine Coast Heritage Trust, Grand Lakes Stream Trust, Nature Conservancy, Maine Islands Land Trust … plenty! of camping, and exploring, and plenty of terns, eagles, gannets, shearlings, plovers, puffins, petrals, eiders, shearwaters, loons, herons, black ducks. You can watch them race up and down the surf, fluttering up in great clusters to feed, and out on the water amongst the whales, dolphins and massive schools of herring and mackerel.
When you come please drive up the driveway carefully, as there are small animals.