Please come, sit a spell, and see our various settings for weddings, family reunions, class reunions, small meetings, company picnics, events or family getaways. We are close to Lake Michigan and South Haven (one of the Midwest’s most popular vacation destinations) and the wineries of Southwest Michigan. Think about a chocolate tour as part of a day tour to Dowagiac and Coloma. Take an hour’s drive to Northern Indiana's Amish country for back road tours and the weekly flea market. Pick some fruit in season, mow or bale hay on our working farm, or just enjoy a bike tour of our scenic back roads during the fall color season. Help build our pumpkin tower in October, or enjoy a leisurely hayride down Lovers Lane. Winter months offer sledding on the highest hill in the county and a sleigh ride around the farm, followed by hot chocolate in the cozy tack room around a roaring fire in the fieldstone fireplace (built by stones from the farm).
Our centennial farm house, built in 1869, will comfortably sleep 12 people. The smell of fresh mowed hay stacked in our 1867 hay barn or the sight of sheep shearing in March beckons everyone back to the farm. We are pleased that a member of the original family, who came to the farm when she was just 8 years old and is now 97, lives just down the road. She visits often to see all our improvements. Bette Judd has many good stories to tell about the history and growth of the orchards in our area.
Our first wedding was back in 2007 and since then we have celebrated many events, including weddings, family and class reunions, company picnics, and even 50th anniversary parties.
We would be honored to have you choose our beautiful centennial farm as the destination for your next event. Please call us any time for more information and let us make your next memory a special one.