Canvas A-Frame

Private room in farm stay hosted by Severine

2 guests, 1 bedroom, 2 beds, 0 shared baths
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We operate a diversified salt water organic farm on the shores of Cobscook Bay close to beautiful hiking trails, kayaking, seafood. Enjoy Downeast scenic beauty and historic architecture. Our charming, rustic canvas tents are located on the blueberry lands. Enjoy the small farm life, without the work!

If we have no openings, or you just don't want to go through Airbnb, give us a text or a call at 86024854six3 and we can see if we can find another space for you on the farm!

The space
Come stay in our beautiful timber-framed tents! Enjoy coastal views and blueberries (seasonal)! Located at approximately 272 Youngs Cove Rd. in Pembroke, ME (off of Leighton Point Rd.) Follow signs for U-PICK Blueberries. Blueberry Land is about 2 miles from our other sites at Smithereen Farm.

The 12ft x 12ft tents are easy to access from the grass mowed parking lot / drive way that leads up the hill from the road. This is a rustic site -- there is no water or facilities on site (we will soon install a Bison Pump in the well that we found!). If you need more facilities you can visit our main farm on Leighton Point Road where we have a hot shower, composting toilet and outdoor sink (**shared kitchen is currently closed to guests due to Covid-19**).

Camp out under the spruce trees looking out at the twinkling Young’s Cove. We just finished building these four new tent structures on our blueberry land where you can also enjoy beautiful walking, biking and canoeing in every direction. Blueberry bushes are low growing, covered in flowers in spring and then berries in summer, turning bright bright red in the fall when kissed by frost. Our blueberries are certified organic by MOFGA and surrounded by birch, fir, spruce and flowering perennial beds to improve insect habitat. The parcel is about 60 acres and all the surrounding farms are mostly forested too. Lots of wildlife! So don’t leave any food out or you may find a bear in your campfire pit!

The tents contains a full mattress on a box spring with a mosquito net above, an additional twin-sized cot (without mosquito net), pillows and a blanket. Please BYO-linens / towels! The tent has a front door so you will have complete privacy.

Down the road, at the farm, is an outdoor kitchen in the timberframe structure that is on the top of the hill to the right of the driveway. It contains a sink with hot water, potable drinking water, a propane stove top, a wood stove (can be used as an oven), pots and pans, utensils, and spices. It is covered and has plenty of space to hang out if it starts to rain.

COVID-19 Update:
Due to current health concerns, our timberframe kitchen is CLOSED to visitors. Thank you for understanding.

Campfire pit available for use! Camping stoves welcome.

The outdoor bathroom:
The outdoor shower has hot water and has a cover for privacy. The outdoor bathroom has a composting toilet and a hand washing station. It is located directly out the back of the timberframe hidden in the tree-line.

You are welcome to access any part of the farm except the house with the red door. Feel free to explore the lower piece of land and the trail to the beach, the trail to the cove, and anywhere else on the farm.

What this place offers

Beach access – Beachfront
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Backyard
Luggage dropoff allowed
Fire pit
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Pembroke, Maine, United States

Hosted by Severine

Joined in June 2018
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Severine is a well-known farmer-activist, however having recently just bought her first farm, she is happy to say that she now also a full-time farmer. She is director of Greenhorns, a grassroots organization with the mission to recruit, promote and support the rising generation of new farmers in America. Severine has spent the last seven years gathering, bundling and broadcasting the voices and vision of young agrarians. Greenhorns runs a weekly radio show on Heritage Radio Network and a popular blog. They produce many kinds of media, from documentary films to almanacs, anthologies, mix-tapes, posters, guidebooks and digital maps. They are best known the documentary film, “The Greenhorns” and the raucous young farmer mixers they’ve thrown in 37 states and 14 grange halls. Severine is co-founder and board secretary of Farm Hack, an online, open-source platform for appropriate and affordable farm tools and technologies , as well as National Young Farmers Coalition which now boasts 23 state and regional coalitions. She serves on the board of the Schumacher Center for New Economics. She co-founded Agrarian Trust, which is focused on land access for the next generation of farmers and permanent protection of affordable organic farmland. Severine attended Pomona College and University of California at Berkeley, where she graduated with a B.S. in Conservation/Agroecology.
Severine is a well-known farmer-activist, however having recently just bought her first farm, she is happy to say that she now also a full-time farmer. She is director of Greenhorn…
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Check-in: 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Pets are allowed

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