OVERNIGHT CAMPING

BACK TO FARM TO CAMPFIRE MAIN PAGE Camping is at its best when time is reserved for eating, sleeping, and just plain relaxing after a day exploring the wild worlds around us. So get out there and root around, or join the field games on the rolling grass. As the sun goes down there will be an open ... [Read More...]

WILD EARTH SCHEDULE

WILD EARTH SCHEDULE

BACK TO FARM TO CAMPFIRE MAIN PAGE go to Wild Earth website [Read More...]

DIRECTIONS

BACK TO FARM TO CAMPFIRE MAIN PAGE      TO BEACON BY TRAIN: Take Metro-North Railroad trains (Grand Central – Poughkeepsie Line). Trains run hourly in either direction. For train information, visit www.mta.info. For train travel from north of Poughkeepsie, take an Amtrak train to Poughkeepsie and transfer to a Metro-North train. From Beacon station, you could either walk (for 20 minutes), ... [Read More...]

TICKET PACKAGES

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BACK TO FARM TO CAMPFIRE MAIN PAGE _____  INDIVIDUAL & GROUP PACKAGES AVAILABLE  _____   ALL TICKETS AVAILABLE AT BROWN PAPER TICKETS CAMP ACTIVITIES: Free! Field games, hiking, producers’ presentation, outdoor film, campfire 2-DAY RUNNING WILD PASS / INDIVIDUAL: $125 (tickets here) Includes all camp activities + programming: harvest dinner, harvest breakfast, performances, and overnight camping. Bring your own camping ... [Read More...]

SCHEDULES & TICKET PACKAGES

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BACK TO FARM TO CAMPFIRE MAIN PAGE • all activities are FREE except for meals, music & overnight camping • ALL TICKETS AVAILABLE AT BROWN PAPER TICKETS CAMP ACTIVITIES: FREE ! ! Field games, hiking, producers’ presentation, outdoor film, campfire HARVEST DINNER / ADULT: $75 (tickets here) HARVEST DINNER / UNDER 18: $30 (tickets here) HARVEST DINNER / UNDER 6: Free (need to be accompanied by ... [Read More...]

The Island that Pays Tribute: Our Land, Our Wines

My family has mango trees. Because of that background, whenever I eat mangos I have a sweet endorphin reaction that goes beyond the mere taste. Mangos from Meinong, Taiwan, are sweet and full of love. As a kid, we’d arrive on the farms and scream out to our aunts and uncles who would inevitably trot from behind ... [Read More...]