60+ acre no spray/low spray farm.
Please be respectful of our land which is our livelihood, we depend on it for survival.
Clean up after your pets and please turn your generators off after 10pm.
Dirt road to farm
Call before parking
We are open for campers April-November!
30 farms in general area plus a brewery right across the road!
We enjoyed a quiet and peaceful night. Strolled through the orchards in the evening and morning.
We also met a in seasonal worker and enjoyed listening to his life story.
The gift store had soups, jam and fresh pie that we purchased. A nice place to stay.
If you have never been to Green Bluff in the harvest season, make point to visit it. We had a great night sleep after a very trying traffic day. It was a very busy time of year on the bluff. We did pick apples and chat briefly with staff. Thank you!
Very quiet- except for RV parked next to us- but the farm is beautiful and picked up some produce! Lovely spot! Would stay again.
We unfortunately couldn't get there before dark, but the hosts were great about it and it all worked out fine. The next morning our kids loved walking around the property looking at the animals etc. We even picked cherries which everyone loved!
This was a nice quiet place for us to lay our heads for the evening. The host was quick to accommodate us the very same day we requested.
It was a pleasure to be able to camp at a working orchard. The farm store is full of cute and high quality items. The homemade pies were such a treat. The jams and other specialty food items were so interesting. The kids would love the big assortment of "penny candy".Loved hearing the rooster crow. The views both morning and evening were lovely.
These hosts are wonderful people and gracious. We loved staying there a second time and the community of people who stay there are wonderful. It is a great farm with beautiful fruit and vegetables. We will return again. Thank you!
Echoing the remarks of others, this is a top-notch stay. Friendly, easy-going folks. Apparently a very popular place, based on how many other rigs were scattered around the orchard. Easy access (tight turn in but I had no issue with my 32ft Class A). 100% will return. Thanks!
Thanks so much. Enjoyed our stay with you and also enjoyed picking some cherries and apricots. Thanks again
The hosts are very nice. They have a nice gift shop with fruit and other stuff. You can also pick the fruit yourself, we got lots of cherries and apricots. You can also walk on the roads through the orchards and get probably over a mile without leaving the property. You can also take a nice outdoor shower for five dollars. The shower is an outdoor and close cubicle with hot and cold water. it is very quiet in the evenings as it is out in the country.
Super nice folks who responded quickly and allowed a late evening arrival at their beautiful farm. We didn’t use generators but were welcome to. A quiet space to spend a night.
We loved our stay at Hidden Acres! It was peaceful for us and lively for children! The playground is a treasure trove of learning experiences and climbing structures perfect for active kids. We picked incredible Rainier cherries in the morning before we left and bought our second round of three-berry hand pies which are not to be missed in the awesome gift shop. Hidden Acres hosts are wonderful people, and we hope to be back sometime in the fall for a bigger farm tour of the region. Also, the other RVers were very friendly.
Nice grassy area to park surrounded by gardens and fruit trees. Very nice hosts! And the cherries were ready to be picked.
Cherries were ripe so we picked a few pounds. They are delicious. Hidden Acres is also a hipcamp and harvest host location. They have a restroom and outdoor shower ($5). We parked on the grass right beside the apple orchard. Farmer told us to park on any grassy area on the property. Easy peezy. Short dusty road to get here but worth it. Also there is a brewery within walking distance. Good overnight.
This is a beautiful farm with great landscape views. Slept wonderfully. It was hands down the quietest place we stayed over our month long camping trip. Loved being aroused in the morning by the really cool rooster. Sheep, ducks, apple trees....just a delightful place.
This family is fantastic, and their property is beautiful. We got a place all to ourselves in the corner of an orchard. Unfortunately, we're too early for fruit but fortunately there is an amazing gift shop with all local delicacies in great variety. We had trouble reaching the host when we arrived but thanks to another boondocker, we were able to figure out that just about any open spot was okay for camping. We did meet the hosts the next morning, and they are lovely. They confirmed that where we were parked was fine. There are animals to see here (cute bunnies, Shetland ponies, ducks, geese, and a baby pig), orchards, lots of space for privacy, beautiful skies, and a great farm store.
We loved our time here! The drive up was gorgeous. The scenery was beautiful with a neighborhood feel with lots of other farms. The host was very friendly and welcoming. We were able to park wherever we wanted on the farm and there was a bathroom, optional shower, kids play area, animals and a country store. Would love to come back in the Fall. If you are in the area Hidden Acres is the perfect place to be!!! Thanks for a great stay!
Had a very nice, quiet stay at the top of the hill next to the orchard. There was another family parked there with us. We were a little worried about having to drive through the grassy field to get there. We were concerned that the ground was soft...but no worries...we made it just fine. Our spot was fairly level too. It was so peaceful. Thanks for a great stay!
Just a great place to stay. Super friendly and some really delicious treats. Plus a little playground for the kids.
Fantastic spot in the grass, in the orchard for our Class C. Nice country roads for walking in a quiet farm setting. We loved walking to the nearby brewery as well. We’re excited to stop at the orchard’s store this morning as I hear they have great jam and pies.
We absolutely loved this boondocking spot! Super friendly hosts, many options for places to park, beautiful farmland with views of the land and the best pie (we also picked up some jam and salsa and cant wait to try them)! We parked next to the outdoor bathtub, which was fun and made for a lovely spot to read and have some wine while watching the sunset. Our dog also loved exploring the space. We would definitely stay again!
We woke up to the rooster crowing! Wonderful farm with a great shop. The fresh made pumpkin donuts and just picked apple made a great breakfast. The hosts were very welcoming.
We arrived quite late, were able to pick any spot, slept very good and we woke up with an amazing sunrise. It’s so quiet and peaceful and the hosts are super friendly, easy going and more than helpful. Don’t miss the farm shop!!!!
Thank you for having us - we highly recommend this place.
Beautiful farm with so many different goodies to purchase! My 4yo son loved this place and was very sad we couldn't stay to play and visit all the animals. Truly a wonderful spot to spend a night!
A bit out of the way (traveling i-90) but worth it!
Nice and quiet and a great experience parking next to the apple orchards. Roosters may wake you up if you are a light sleeper- it is part of the farm experience, so no complaints. Lovely farm store with lots of preserves besides some fresh produce and the U-Pick. Would definitely consider stopping by again.
We spent one night at the end of one of the Apple Orchard rows - just past the pumpkins :-) The sunset was spectacular and the hosts were warm and friendly. Lots of yummy things in the farm store - we bought some raspberry jam, fresh regular and elephant garlic as well as some canned pickled beets. We will look them up again if we are passing thru the area in the future. Thank you for your hospitality!