AROUND BOONDOCK FARMS
If you like to be outdoors in nature, this might be the place for you. You are welcome to walk or bike the nature trails,
reserve a campsite to spend the night or weekend, work with us in the garden and learn to tend the animals.
We have a Farmer's Market to shop for fresh local produce, eggs, and goat cheese.
We also carry hand crafted gifts and souvenirs of your visit to Boondock Farms!
Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to keep informed about our upcoming community events and classes.
We are offering flower arranging classes, seed starting classes and art classes. All experience levels are welcome.
In the spring, come get your blueberries and sunflowers.
In the fall, come drink a glass of hot cider and pick out your pumpkin!
Our vegetable and flower gardens provide fresh produce and fresh cut flowers most of the year. Are you interested in gardening? Take a look at our greenhouse built of reclaimed windows and stained glass; this is where the seedlings begin to grow.
Then, we plant in raised beds in the garden and watch our food source provide fragrant and colorful vegetables and herbs.
Visit our Farmer's Market and select your fresh produce, eggs, cheese,
and hand crafted items.
We are working on clearing our paths and campsites to be available SOON! Stay tuned.
HIKING + BIKING
We have over 20 acres of woodlands and farmland with nature trails to hike, bike and explore.
Not only that, but we are close to the Audobon's Silver Bluff Center and Sanctuary with 22 miles of hiking and horse trails. And Boyd Pond Park is nearby with plenty of biking, hiking, and fishing availability. Redcliffe Plantation State Historic site is down the road and good for site-seeing.
Would you like to see happy chickens that lay blue eggs?
How about sweet little bouncing goats?
We even have a couple of friendly dogs running around and I think a barn cat has adopted us.
The animals like having company over just as much as we do. Ask us for a tour!