Brewery Fire in Taneytown, MD releases Special Edition Farmhouse Saison Ale. This farmhouse ale saison is brewed in small batches and the can design is an old aerial photo of our farm from the 1950’s! Available on draft and in cans at Brewery Fire while supplies last.
BEST Hipcamp in Maryland 2021
We won! Willet Family Farm was recently named the BEST Hipcamp in the state of Maryland for 2021! Don’t just take our word for it, book a farm-stay with us in 2021!
CANCELLED: 12/5/2020 Christmas Around The World (Please Read Update)
Our family has closely been monitoring the rising cases of COVID-19 in the state of Maryland, and in particular, Carroll County. Our entire mission is to be a local farm with a global impact that serves the most vulnerable people. After much discussion, prayer, and consulting leaders in the community,…
“FAVORITE HIPCAMP SITE IN THE STATE OF MARYLAND” by OUTSIDE MAGAZINE!
Recently, Outside Magazine published their favorite Hipcamp Sites in each state, and Willet Family Farm was named the “Favorite Hipcamp Site in the State of Maryland!” Such an honor!
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Farm SnapBack Hats On Sale Now
We created this hat as a way to connect with a select group of people in our community who believe in our dream. We specifically only printed 50 hats because we want to take a moment to share our renewed vision for Willet Family Farm privately, before sharing with the…
Yoga On The Farm At Sunset
Join us on the farm at sunset for a peaceful night of Yoga led by Certified Instructor, Lisa Thomas.
Camping On The Farm | Now Available
We have partnered with HipCamp to open our farm for camping!
Collection Drive for Immigrants, Refugees & Asylum Seekers
Last December, I traveled to the U.S. / Mexico Border to gain a firsthand perspective of the issues threatening our neighbors. How this situation is affecting families, and especially children, is devastating to me, but being in McAllen, TX and also crossing into Mexico opened my eyes to ways that…