If you're looking to experience a unique RV adventure, consider camping on farmland instead of a traditional campground! If this piques your interest, we've curated a list of 15 farms across the United States where you can park your RV and enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience. From picturesque lavender fields to working goat farms, these farms offer a range of amenities and activities for RV campers.
MoonBeam Farm, Corning, California
Nestled between the stunning Mendocino and Tahoe national forests. You can reserve a spot on Harvest Hosts for dry camping and even take a tour with the farm owner to learn all about the different organic lavender varieties. Oh, and remember to swing by their country store for some fantastic products to freshen up your rig.
Whistlestop Farm, Elberta, Alabama
This charming farm welcomes RV campers looking for a peaceful retreat. Nestled in the heart of Alabama's Gulf Coast, Whistlestop Farm offers spacious campsites, farm-fresh produce, and friendly farm animals. Enjoy fishing in the pond, picking fruits and vegetables, or simply relaxing in the serene countryside.
Hansen's Dairy, Hudson, Iowa
This working dairy farm is a pet-friendly haven that can accommodate up to four RVs. For just $15, you can indulge in a trolley ride, experience cow milking and calf feeding, witness butter making in action, and even pet the farm's adorable kangaroos. Plus, they offer a range of creamery items, beef products (including Kobe beef and bacon), and local eggs for you to savor.
Whippoorwill Farms SC, Ridgeland, South Carolina
Looking to embrace the organic farming lifestyle? Whippoorwill Farms, in Ridgeland, South Carolina, is your ideal destination. Located near Savannah, Georgia, and just an hour away from the beaches of Hilton Head, this working farm offers full and partial hookups for your convenience. And guess what? They provide classes on organic farming for both children and adults.
Schnepf Farms Campground, Queen Creek, Arizona
If you're craving peachy goodness, head to Schnepf Farms Campground in Queen Creek, Arizona. This family-run peach farm near Phoenix offers a plethora of entertainment options. From exciting annual festivals to an inviting onsite country store, you'll be captivated by stunning sunsets and mouthwatering food. Take advantage of their lending library, and take a moment to relax in a cozy hammock with a good book. Bliss!
The Farm, Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Surrounded by the picturesque Ozark Mountains, this campground sprawls across 160 acres of scenic farmland. Besides offering full hookup grass sites, they also have a fishing pond, hiking trails, and captivating art installations. And the best part? This gem hosts music festivals, food events, and exciting activities like mountain biking and disc golf. There's something for everyone here!
Blueberry Hill Farm, Washington, Maine
Experience the beauty of Maine's blueberry fields at Blueberry Hill Farm. This family-owned farm provides RV camping opportunities amidst acres of lush blueberry bushes. Join in the blueberry picking, savor homemade blueberry treats, and embrace the tranquility of rural Maine.
Lazy Llama Campground, Chuckey, Tennessee
This unique RV campground was born when the owners purchased a neighboring llama farm and transformed it into an idyllic retreat. Take advantage of the free wagon rides on Saturdays and marvel at baby llamas, emus, and miniature donkeys. Oh, and did I mention they offer storytelling llama hikes? Get ready for some spooktacular llama trails during Halloween. Plus, nearby activities like golfing, whitewater rafting, and hiking in Great Smoky Mountains National Park await your exploration.
Constellation Farmstead, Houghton, Michigan
If you're up for an eco-friendly farm experience, Constellation Farmstead in Houghton, Michigan, is the place to be. Although it doesn't offer hookups or a sewer dump, this pet-friendly farmstead boasts 120 acres of pure charm. Help out with farm chores like cleaning barns, prepping hay, and feeding pigs and chickens. And as the sun sets, gather around the nightly bonfire hosted by the welcoming farm owners. Oh, and there's a Finnish sauna on the property, too, built by the original Finnish residents. You can enjoy it for a small fee or lend a helping hand on the farm. Talk about a unique experience!
Maple Wind Farm, Richmond, Vermont
Immerse yourself in the beauty of Vermont at Maple Wind Farm. This sustainable farm offers RV camping with stunning mountain views. Learn about regenerative agriculture, visit the farm animals, and indulge in farm-fresh products like grass-fed meats and organic vegetables.
Double S Alpaca Farm, Princeton, Minnesota
This alpaca farm offers three RV campsites and welcomes furry friends as well. Take a tour, meet the adorable alpacas, and learn about the farm's production practices for alpaca wool. Don't forget to browse their retail shop for some fantastic finished products. Plus, being part of Harvest Hosts, you can stay for free and support the farms you visit by making a purchase.
Burrell School Vineyards, Los Gatos, California
If you're a wine enthusiast, this farm is for you. Burrell School Vineyards offers RV camping in the Santa Cruz Mountains with breathtaking vineyard views. Explore the winery, indulge in wine tasting, and stroll through the picturesque vineyards.
BelleWood Acres, Lynden, Washington
Get a taste of farm life at BelleWood Acres, a picturesque farm and apple orchard in the Pacific Northwest. Park your RV and enjoy the stunning views, explore the orchard, participate in cider pressing demonstrations, and savor delicious apple-inspired products at their country store.
Goat Farm Campground, Lancaster, Kentucky
For a unique and memorable experience, visit the Goat Farm Campground in the rolling hills of Kentucky. This working goat farm offers RV camping surrounded by friendly goats. Get hands-on with farm chores, learn about goat husbandry, and even milk the goats. It's a delightful farm adventure for all ages.
Great Brook Farm State Park, Carlisle, Massachusetts
Combine RV camping with a visit to a working dairy farm at Great Brook Farm State Park. Located just outside of Boston, this park offers RV campsites, hiking, and biking trails. Explore the farm, watch the cows being milked, and enjoy delicious ice cream made from the farm's own dairy products.
Switch up your normal RV routine and stay at one of these fine farming campgrounds. For more bucket-list travel ideas check out our guide for top places to visit this year.
See you on the road!