Watch the stars with our forest fairies
Choose from so many special surroundings, in the woods, the forest and field edge or on top of the hill overlooking our "little lake" (the spring fed pond), hills and fields.
Our spring-fed pond is the finest, you'll share it with blue heron, green heron, ducks and geese, while you camp in your choice of a very private sweet cedar forest, or the north hilltop for a spectacular sky view . Our "beach" is a lovely sandy area by the shallow end of the pond that is fun for dibblers. We offer an artist residency program here so there may be farming or arts activities while you are here, you can join in or easily find solitude in the back forty where you'll find trails, and several campsites set up with fire pits, one even has an outdoor wood cookstove There is also a pond side cabin available with electricity if you are all camped out. If you want company you can visit with our Percheron draft horses or have some down time with our beautiful peace geese, a gaggle of Giant Dewlap Toulouse. Or play dock dog with one of our Australian Cattle Dog family. Wholearth Farmstudio is a 100 acre heritage breed, eco-friendly farm in the beautiful Northumberland Hills, minutes from Rice Lake and the Trent River. Go boating or fishing off the Hastings bridge. Just 15 minutes to visit the arts community of Warkworth, even closer to the Trans Canada Trail, Seymour Conservation Area, The Indian River Reptile Zoo , West Ben Theatre...
About the host
I’ve been spinner of yarns, watcher of whales, saver of turtles, wayfarer, shepherd. Always a writer, formerly a magazine art director, media coordinator, journalist, photographer, art farmist, and past winner of the Sutton Agricultural Fair Spelling Bee. I live in the rolling hills of Northumberland County, on a 100-acre farm in Ontario, Canada at Wholearth Farmstudio. I received a CBC Literary Award, Ontario Arts Council Writer’s Reserve Grant, with work appearing in EnRoute, Mind’s Eye, The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, Canadian Women Studies Literary Journal, Watershed Magazine, Edible Toronto and various other publications .
Contact the host
Contact Montana if you have a question about their campsite.
What does this mean?
50% Refund (excl Service Fee) until 7 days prior to stay. No refund within 7 days of stay.
Please no soaps of any kind in or around the pond, no sunscreen before your swim as it harms the aquifer.
Please note, location is not exact to ensure privacy. When your reservation is confirmed, please confirm location with the host.