The Loft at the Honey House

A unique vacation home located in the heart of our commercial beekeeping operation. This space originally housed our offices and queen shipping room. Since 2007 it has been used as conditioned storage until we began renovations in Winter 2021. Our goal was to make a memorable one of a kind vacation stay on our farm. Sleep above where we extract and pack our honey, sit on our screened in porch and enjoy a beautiful view of our farm, visit WildFlyer Mead’s tasting room, picnic and BBQ, stroll through our community garden, and shop at our historical honey shop! Follow up with Sweet Dreams. Book Now

RV Campsites

We welcome Campers with all sorts of stripes! Harvest Host members and independent travelers are welcome to book a night (or two!) at our farm at no charge. We offer several amenities to our guests – electric and water hook up ($25), picnic tables at each site, a shared fire pit in the campground, a BBQ pit on the Honey House Dock, and all the fun the farm has to offer. We encourage our guests to pre-book sites to guarantee a place and reserve space in any tours in advance. We do book up so a bit of planning ahead will help you get the most out of your visit. Learn More

Binford Corner-coming soon

Binford Corner was built in 1912 by the Binford family. Only 1 mile from our farm, this property was also used as a schoolhouse (Binford Weaver, went there as a boy in the 1930s), community center, park, storage for beekeeping supplies, and again, home to the Binford Family in the 1960’s and 1970’s. We feel honored to be the next Binford ancestors to steward this historic property. In 2022, we will be opening the home for vacationers to enjoy. Watch for details on this page. Learn More