As a growing agritourism enterprise, Stillwaters Farm is first and foremost an exhibition farm where animals of many different varieties reside for the primary purpose of our (and their) enjoyment! Because these gentle creatures are approachable even by the youngest of us, they are wonderful teaching tools for our visitors. It is unfortunate that a growing number of people in our country have never been up close and personal with a donkey or a cow or a sheep. Secondly, have successfully married a “farm stay” at the Cottage with the exhibition nature of the farm. We invite our guests to take a tour, get to know our residents, and jump right in to our daily activities, if they are so inclined. Thirdly, we are a nature preserve. You will not find any hunting on our premises—unless it’s with a camera. As a result, we have plentiful deer, turkey, birds of all kinds, an occasional red fox, and coyote. Our guests are encouraged to bring their cameras along for photo opportunities that happen each and every day. Finally, we are a working hay farm. Ours is a mixed grass hay—with a good percentage of Bermuda along with fescue, legumes, and clover.
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The Cottage at Stillwaters Farm is available year-round. Tours, available by reservation, are available from April 1 through October 31.
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