This five-acre property features a working hobby farm, an original farm house which dates back to 1780, and a large bank barn built in the 1800s. There is also a 400-square-foot greenhouse and several renovated outbuildings that offer garden space, craft work space, and kitchen space.
The farm is designed to provide individuals with intellectual disabilities meaningful work rooted in agriculture and the outdoors. They also have the opportunity to interact with the community.
The general public may participate at the farm as owners of livestock with participants managing their care and feeding and as members of yoga, art or cooking classes provided at the farm and inn.
The renovated farmhouse offers three rooms open to the general public for overnight stays. Reservations can be made by clicking here.
Meetings: The barn is available as a wedding and special events venue.