We welcome you to visit our community, and have many attractions and accommodations for our visitors. Whether you are visiting for a day trip or an overnight - please contact Vickie at The Welcome Center to notify her of your visiting plans. For overnight accommodations please consider The Welcome Center Campground, The Ecovillage Training Center EcoHostel, or one of our many Farm Bed & Breakfasts.
Upon arrival, you will enter The Farm at the Welcome Center's gate. Make sure to stop in to say hello to Vickie, have a look around, and grab a map of The Farm. The Welcome Center has information about the community, events, and our many businesses and non-profits. There are also many books written and published by our Book Publishing Company for sale, along with tie-dyes and other gift items.
Further inside of The Farm is the Ecovillage Training Center where visitors are invited to peruse the Eco-Bookstore, take a tour of the Ecovillage grounds and enjoy the many naturally built earthen buildings and permaculture systems. The Bookstore is open weekdays 9am - 5pm and most weekends, but visitors are welcome to take a look around the site at any time!
Also open to visitors is The Farm Store. The Farm Store sells groceries, health food, junk food, organic produce, vitamins & supplements, vegetarian snacks, crafts, Farm Tie-Dyes, Book Co. titles, and local arts & crafts. Soups, sandwiches, and cold drinks make it a great place to stop for lunch! They are open 9am - 7pm every day.
If you plan to visit during the summer months, make sure and bring your bathing suit! The Farm Swimming Hole is open to visitors for a small fee of $5 per adult and $3 per child. A lifeguard is on duty daily from 12 - 4pm.
The Farm Community is open for visitors from 9AM - 7PM every day, except for Christmas, New Years, and the 4th of July holidays. The Welcome Center is open Monday - Friday 1pm - 4pm.