We live in a remote area of northern NY. We are near the Canadian border crossing at Ogdensburg or Watertown, near the Thousand Island region of the St. Lawrence River.
No smoking or consuming alcoholic beverages, please.
We live on a dead end road, off a dead end road.
A tow vehicle can be parked beside RV.
We hope to take some trips this summer, but contact us and we will see if we can help you.
Although I never got to meet the hosts because they were away dealing with some family business, they were generous enough to allow me to stay on their farm. I did get to meet their sweet and incredibly friendly dog who apparently thinks that humans are put on this earth to play fetch (until they say no and then the dog disappears). I was grateful for the company so we got to be friends. It’s a lovely setting and my only regret was not meeting my hosts.
Had a wonderful couple of days on their farm. Very nice people and the sweetest most playful dog ever, we miss her already haha. Thank you again!
Beaver Creek Farm, thank you so very much for hosting a couple of strangers with a spoiled chihuahua. We will remember our stay especially with Emma guarding us through the night and her faithful and play loving spirit. Gorgeous area with unexpected fall foliage colors. A little off the beaten path but well worth the feeling of safe and secure nights sleep.
We enjoyed the stay and their family. A very warm and inviting family.
We had such a peaceful, rejuvenating stay at Beaver Creek Farm! Our hosts made us feel so welcomed. This working farm is truly a gem. The minute we pulled in, we felt right at home.Our hosts greeted us upon arrival and directed us to our spot for the night. We loved all the animals and the beautiful sky at night! These hosts are
superb! Thank you for sharing your farm with us! We would stay here again, for sure!
If you are looking for a quiet peaceful place to ‘get away from it all’ then Beaver Creek Farm should be on the top of your list for places to visit. This place is nestled in the farming hills of Northern New York. There are several Amish communities nearby, so be careful driving in. It is highly likely you will meet up with them on the highway in their horse drawn buggies.
Our host could not have been more accommodating to us. The designated site is an easy back in spot. You will be surrounded by pastures and a thick forest of trees. At night some of the local Whippoorwills serenaded us to sleep.
Grocery stores and service stations are in town, just a few miles down the road.
The first to greet you upon your arrival will most likely be Emma, a Border Collie. She is delightful. All she will want to do is fetch for you. If you don’t have anything to throw she will find a stick for you.
Great Host! Highly recommend.
Nice remote farm location. It wouldn't have been so remote if I had not made a wrong turn. Nice quiet farm. He was friendly due to difference in our schedules we did not meet her. I would recommend Beavercreek Farm.
What a pleasure to stay at BeaverCreekFarm. From the first correspondence I was encouraged with this couple. They were traveling themselves and were away, but yet welcomed our stay and had their son come by to give us the scoop and help me park. Fortunately, they came home the morning we left so we were able to meet them and get to know them a bit
Very nice, kind and hospitable couple who had no doubt worked hard on their farm and were now getting a little time to travel.
We are blessed to have spent time at BeaverCreekFarm!
We enjoyed our stay on the farm. We took some great pictures, and our hosts were welcoming and kind. Their dog will play fetch all day long if you’re willing. Thanks so much for showing us around the farm and how things work.