Ever dream of escaping the city to live the farm life for a few nights?
The Red Cabin at Left Foot Farm is one of the few authentic farm-stays available in the Mount Rainier region. Stay overnight at this labor of love, a small goat dairy farm. Founded by Jeremy, this working dairy farm is home to approximately 85 goats, 100 ducks, and 100 chickens, and an assortment of friendly farm dogs and cats on 5 bucolic acres.
At this farm stay, there are no required chores, only that you relax and enjoy yourself. Guests are able to collect eggs and milk for their breakfast. If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about caring for goats this is a perfect opportunity. The hosts are happy to share their knowledge. A stay at the farm is a chance to enjoy a different pace from the hustle and bustle of city life for a few nights, a weekend, or more.
About the Red Cabin
The rustic cabin has heat but no air conditioning. In the warmer summer months, guests can open the windows and turn on a cool fan. And/or embrace the rural experience, simply let in the fresh air and sounds of the countryside. While you’ll have the Red Cabin to yourself, the bathroom is a shared bathroom located 50-feet from the cabin. For guests who prefer a private bathroom consider another listing “The Nest at Left Foot Farm” as an alternative. The Red Cabin has a queen bed in the sleeping loft (with a low ceiling). Guests access the sleeping loft by a short step ladder, a sofa sleeper is on the main floor.
Activities Off the Farm
Guests can rent a bicycle or kayak for an additional fee. You’ll need a trailer or a rack for your vehicle if you plan to take the bike far or want to kayak in Alder Lake. Left Foot Farm is located about 10 miles from the shops in downtown Eatonville, 13 miles from Little Mashel Waterfalls, 15-minutes from Northwest Trek Wildlife Park, 15-minutes from Pioneer Farm Museum, 22-minutes from EZ Times Outfitters trail rides, and a 40-minute drive from Mt Rainier National Park.
Q: I’m a single mom with 2 kids under 12 can we stay here on the farm for a few nights?
A: Yes, you can. The Red Cabin is family-friendly and children of all ages are welcome. Just keep in mind Left Foot Farms it is a working farm so you’ll want to keep your kids supervised at all times.