Tour the Farm

Our family farm is nestled in Manistee National Forest! Come see our diverse grazing of cows, pigs, chickens and sheep on beautiful pastures. The farm also features a 20 acre lake with a floating peat island, tent sites, and healthy ecosystems with plenty of wildlife. Trailheads lead to hundreds of miles of public two-track, and the woods roll between oak/maple/beech and aspen/birch.

Stay At The Farm

Camping

Nestled in Manistee National Forest is our family farm. Trailheads lead to hundreds of miles of public two-track, and the woods roll between oak/maple/beech and aspen/birch. On the farm is a 20 acre lake with a floating island, tent sites, and healthy ecosystems with plenty of wildlife. Our farm pastures pigs, cattle, sheep and poultry, investing in our dirt and our neighbors. We are provision family farms because we provide for our animals even as we are provided for. Drop on in at the house and we may have time for a little tour. In the woods is a small composting toilet, but you’re welcome to fertilize our pastures anytime. There’s also a shower available in the house. The best time to visit Michigan forests is in October when the leaves turn color and the nights are cool. The mosquitoes are done for the winter and the air is brisk.