Now you can add our stop to Cross Country Ski in Door County.
Graywhale Farms has been welcoming guests all spring and summer to the farm. We opened our house this year in addition to setting up a private campground near the chicken coops on the backside of the farm.
We’ve received a ton of positive feedback and got 11 5-star reviews from our guests, too!
Some of them said:
“Jason’s place was private and comfortable. The house was big and easily accommodated our family. The chickens were very entertaining and the fresh eggs were a really nice touch! Would definitely come back”
“Peaceful and quiet place. You’ll want to stay in to eat dinner on the great deck–we did. We slept with windows open and it is silent and calm. The chickens wake up early, but I closed the window and went back to sleep–it made me feel in touch with nature and I’ve never slept so well.
Very nice house with vast amounts of room inside and out. The long paved driveway makes it feel like quite an estate. Good shower and fast internet. “
“We really enjoyed our stay. It was very secluded, couldn’t see any neighbors, but is 5 minutes from town. We spent every morning and evening on the deck watching the chickens. It was a lot of fun. We highly recommend it.”
This winter, we will continue to welcome guests and will be grooming Door County cross country ski trails on our Sturgeon Bay homestead that connects with Crossroads Nature Center.
We’re excited to work with the cross country ski community. If you’d like to visit our groomed cross country ski trails that wind through the farm and connect with Crossroads, you can book on our airbnb site here: