Farmstay U.S. Blog

Created for and by travelers and the farmers, these posts will cover a variety of topics related to farm stays in the U.S.

Where are all the farm stays hiding?

Andrus Ranch Idaho

Andrus Ranch, Lava Hot Springs, Idaho

Finding working farms and ranches that offer lodging in the U.S. is a mighty challenge.  We have spent over 8 months searching the Internet and then entering information found on farm websites and Google links to create a database of what we think is out there for guests to enjoy.

Every time I read an article about farm stays, farm vacations, haycations, and sleeping in the hay, I check to see if these farms and ranches are on our site. Usually we have most, but often not every one.  I wonder what key words the writer has used to find them all?

So, this is a plea.  If you have a favorite farm or ranch that is not listed on Farm Stay U.S., please forward the website or contact information and we will add it  here.

Our criteria: the property must be a working farm or ranch producing something that is sold off the property to generate income.  I suppose, if the farm consumes everything it grows, as an example of self-sufficiency, that works too. If you can't decide, send the link anyway!

Word-of-mouth is the most powerful social media tool we have...and one of the oldest. Tell us what you know.  We'll share it with the world!

Pagett Farm

Pagett Farm, Palermo, Maine

2 comments for “Where are all the farm stays hiding?”

  1. Posted Monday, July 05, 2010 at 11:33:47 AM

    Please list on on your website as we are the first in Northwest Florida or South Alabama to try to jump on this "bandwagon".

    We have a fish camp/farm/nature park on 420 acres on a beautiful bayou & creek of the Escambia River, the best fishing river in Florida and the 4th largest River in the State. Check out the website and I'd be happy to answer any further questions.

  2. Posted Tuesday, September 28, 2010 at 12:01:20 PM

    nice pics!

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