Kinnikinnick Farm Slideshow

08/29/2011

Animals, Food, Local Farms

I finally had the opportunity to stop at Kinnikinnick Farm on a glorious summer day!  The last time I visited, the snow was blowing sideways in a 30 m.p.h. wind, so driving up the road to the farm under a brilliant blue sky and puffy white clouds was a treat.  In case this is your first visit, Kinnikinnick Farm is a working farm.  You can stay there in one of 5 handsome, eggplant-hued tents on the property.  You make your meals from farm goodies, or the farmers will make pizza in their wood-burning oven for you.  You can hike, milk a goat, let your kids experience where their food comes from.  You can borrow a bike and ride the country roads to the little nearby towns and festivals.  It’s a beautiful setting.

Here is a glimpse of a summer stay at Kinnikinnick in photographs.  There is a slide show below, but if that doesn’t work on your computer for some reason, the gallery of pictures is below it.  There is an in depth article in the blog archives if you’re interested.  You can go to the Featherdown Farms web site to look into reservations for your stay.  If you decide to visit, please tell them Mary the Mental Farmer sent you.

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2 Comments on “Kinnikinnick Farm Slideshow”

  1. LP Machin Says:

    I tagged along with Mary on this trip, and I absolutely loved the concept of camping with children right on the farm! The “camping” is really GLAMPING, with wood floor tents and well appointed insides that will bring a smile to your face.
    I just had to look at the faces of the kids staying with their parents that day to see the excitement and joy! AND there wasn’t ONE ROLLER-COASTER in sight! Nice to see!

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