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by C. H. Eastman
Come vacation at a working homestead and horse farm!
 
Located in scenic Columbia County, Pennsylvania near famous Rickett’s Glen.
 
Explore the fields and woods.
 
Participate in daily farm activities.
 
Enjoy a picnic or evening fire at the firepit.
 
Watch the spectacular summer firefly shows.
 
Spend the night or weekend or longer at our campsites.
 
Bring your horse for horse camping.
 
Easy travel distance from New York City and Philadelphia.
Land steward…
Barakah Heritage Farm strives to be the best possible steward of the land in our care by avoiding chemicals and genetically-modified organisms.
We believe wellness starts with healthy living balanced soils.
Working homestead…
Barakah Heritage Farm has goats to balance the pasture plants, clear the woods and help with parasite control.  We have poultry for parasite control, including flies (did you know a Muscovy duck will eat a pound of flies in one day!).
We also support practical purposeful heritage breed and heirloom plant preservation.  As much as possible, our animals and plantings are chosen to maintain old historic lines being lost to commercial production practices.  
We have a swimming,  boating and fishing pond.
Visit…
Barakah Heritage Farm welcomes visitors who would like to observe and participate in farm activities and learn right along with us.
We ask only that you schedule your visit with us.
Would you like to immerse yourself in the horse experience at Barakah Heritage Farm?  Would you like to take daily lessons or bring your horse for a spa week?  You can enjoy the quiet scenic country setting with easy access to New York City and Philadelphia.  Barakah Heritage Farm currently offers Sitting Rock campsite  for your tent or trailer plus unique open-air The Loft at Barakah Heritage Farm.
Your horse is welcome to join you.  Bring your horse for a conscious horsemanship experience or trail rides.  
  • Please bring your own horse corral, tie station or enclosure.
  • Trailer parking and horse housing are at the Sitting Rock campsite.
  • Well water is available at the entrance for you to haul to your site.
  • No housing, feed, hay, pens or shelters are provided.  Unfenced pasture is available.
  • Local trails and easy haul to many local state riding areas.
Visiting horses must show proof of Coggins, and if traveling from out of state, should have a health certificate.

 Horse board cannot currently be booked through Hipcamp or Airbnb. 

Please book board ONLY directly with Barakah Heritage Farm using PayPal.

 

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