This Harvest Host is a working farm. We were able to see the newborn calves, watch the free range chickens scurry around and tour the operation. This was a great place to rest and relax.
As with all Harvest Hosts the product they sell is their beef. We purchased several packages of ground beef. We were hoping to get some steaks but they were all out.
When produce is in season you can also buy a variety of fresh garden vegetables. Unfortunately we were at the beginning of the season so we missed out on the home grown produce.
We had a nice relaxing time at the Grazin Acres Farm before once again getting on the road to continue our travels.
This winery is nestled in the woods. A cabin sits among the trees with a view of the grape vine fields. You can walk the trails through the grapevines or sit on the front porch and have great conversations with other travelers and the owner.
Various wines are available for purchase.
This Host site only has a few spots for RV’s so, as with all Harvest Host sites, you need to call and reserve your space.
This Harvest Host location offers a great selection of wines and concentrates, jellies, etc. They specialize in Elderberry. The staff was very friendly and helpful. It was a great way to take a break from driving and tour their store and all the products available.
One added benefit, if you like their wines, jellies, etc, they will ship them to your home.
I love the Elderberry concentrate which I add to seven up or orange juice. A small amount is quite sufficient. I order it regularly.
We boondocked in their spacious parking lot which can accomodate several RV’s.