Want to learn more about regenerative farming? Need to get away? Consider the homestead log cabin at Mt. Folly. We love visitors to our working farm, and emphasize that this is a real farm, not a tourist trap. The original log cabin, built around 1785, with a mid-19th century ell, has been painstakingly renovated and now has central heat and air, nice bathrooms, granite countertops in the kitchen, a full pantry, and a washer and dryer. In addition, guests can hike the 2.5-mile-long farm road whenever they like, go birding, biking (we provide two good mountain bikes), or just hang out.
Guests are welcome anywhere on the farm, and many love to collect their table scraps to feed to the chickens or the goats, pick fresh vegetables or sunflowers from the farm garden, hike the farm. All we ask is that you stay away from the bulls and shut gates.
Mt. Folly-raised beef, chicken, cornmeal, and hemp products are available for purchase in the renovated summer kitchen behind the cabin. We hope to see you soon.