America?s Greatest Farm Stays


America?s Greatest Farm Stays

Many people who live in the big and bustle cities wish to spend holidays in quiet and peaceful places. Children enjoy watching and milking cows. Farm stays in America will be the best places for those who love nature and daily works in the countryside. Farmers produce everything from flowers to fleece on farm where seekers will have chance to escape the city and spend time relaxing. Farm stay is a way of peaceful country retreat.

 

S&S Homestead Farm (Lopez Island, Washington)

S&S Homestead Farm, which is owned and run by former University of Washington professors Henning Sehmsdorf and Elizabeth Simpson, is great for environmentalists. It is an educational center for sustainable agriculture. Many people come here in order to escape from urban life or to get involved in daily farm activities including harvesting hay and making butter and cheese. There is an onsite studio apartment with basic cooking facilities and bathrooms. The farm’s closed system maintains a healthy environment and uses minimal resources from outside the farm.

 

The farm serves as an outdoor classroom for Lopez High School students who enroll in the Farm, Food & Sustainability class.

 

Pagett Farm (Palermo, Maine)

Pagett Farm, a 63-acre non-certified organic farm, is great for nature lovers. Guests can explore nature trails or watch birds or work on the 63-acre organic farm by harvesting wild blueberries.

 

There are tents with queen-size beds, propane fireplaces, handmade quilts and composting toilets.

 

North Country Farms (Kilauea, Kauai)

Hawaii, the islands, is the big on agriculture in addition to vacation with sand and surf. Guests can enjoy boogie boards and beach chairs and pick their own organic fruits and vegetables.

 

Guests can find a breakfast basket filled with granola, muffins, coffee and tea.

 

Hull-O Farms – Durham (New York)

Hull O Farms, an Upstate New York farm vacation can be the perfect family vacation. Visitors can feed baby calves and nanny goats, collect eggs, and play with puppies and barn kittens. Families can experience country life on historic farm founded by Hull family in 1779.

 

Guests can enjoy farm-fresh breakfasts like buttermilk pancakes with sweet cream butter and real maple syrup.

 

Farm Sanctuary (Watkins Glen, New York)

Farm Sanctuary is great for animal lovers. Visitors can stay in comfortable red cabins with double beds and stunning views of the countryside. Anyone can help make a difference in animal’s lives by volunteering on the farm.

 

Farm Sanctuary is great for animal lovers.

 

Blackberry Farm (Walland, Tennessee)

Blackberry Farm is great for luxury seekers. In the foothills of the Great Smokey Mountains are a working farm and a top-notch resort. Guests can study with master, tracing the path food taken from farm to plate.

 

There are both estate rooms and multi-bedroom cottages.

 

Abbey Road Farm Bed and Breakfast (Oregon)

Abbey Road Farm is great for couples. Guests can choose trips to nearby wineries and restaurants or stay on farm to assist with low impact chores and learn how to make goat cheese.

 

Abbey Road Farm Bed and Breakfast

 

Juniper Moon Farm (Virginia)

Juniper Moon Farm is great for knitters. It is a no-kill fiber farm and home to a flock of spoiled Cormo sheep, laying hens, and Angora goats. In the spring, the farm is blessed with baby goats and passel of lambs.

 

Wannabe shepherds can get all warm and fuzzy at Juniper Moon

 

Liberty Hill Farm Inn (Rochester, Vermont)

Liberty Hill Farm Inn is great for Localvores. There are a bright red barn on a hill and a pasture of Holstein dairy cows. Anyone can milk cow or help prepare fields for planting.

 

The 1825 farmhouse has seven country guest rooms and visitors can cook family-style breakfasts and dinners with local and seasonal foods.

 

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