Four Springs Farm & Campground - 70 acres for sale - Royalton, VT

Posted on February 2, 2020Last updated 3 months ago

The Land

Property Owner:

Farmer or farm family

Property Location:

776 Gee Hill Road, Royalton, Vermont

Total number of acres available with this property:


Acres of cropland or tillable land:


Acres of pasture:


Acres of forested land:


Other open and/or non-farmable land

Streams and springs divide the open land into sections for crops or pasture as well as fruit production. There are a few wet areas including some mid-field wails. Campground sites and cabins are strategically located to use non-productive corners. Certain areas are left open for guest use and lawns.
Farm Information

Water sources present


Types of water sources present

Drilled well
Shallow well or spring reservoir

Water sources details

The farm is spring-fed with five streams and two strong springs one of which gravity-feeds the farm buildings. The pubic facilities are supplied by a delicious drilled well with 30 gallon/min. capacity.

Barns, sheds or other structures


Farm infrastructure details

A farm structure with some shop area was built in the 1990s. It is mostly available for some livestock and has good storage areas. A shed has recently been adapted for goats or other small animal housing. Mobile buildings are in use for pasturing poultry. Two 1100 sq ft greenhouses are in operation. The campground facilities are not listed.

Farmer housing

None available

Farmer housing details

The present housing is the owner's farmhouse, plus an off-grid house some distance into the woods and temporary seasonal housing or farm workers or guests. An excellent location is available for partners to put up a home. Arrangements for temporary housing can be discussed.

Equipment and machinery


Equipment and machinery details

Two John Deer farm tractors are old but still in seasonal use. Plow, harrow, tiller, mower, row rake and grading blade are available attachments. A lawn tractor with good wagons is valuable for many activities. No haying equipment is included.
Tenure Arrangement

Tenure arrangement

Property for sale

Property for sale

The value of the property and business has not been determined at this posting.
Additional Information


The landowner believes that sustainablity of ag-based businesses depends upon having more that one person or family living on and using the land.  Multi-generations is preferable.  It is now a great time to bring in a second owner to this farm. One strong advantage is that there is an on-going viable business, the agritourism piece, along with agricultural possibilities. The current business was established here in 2001. The property is a beautiful west-facing hillside farm in central Vermont with ample land for more than the current operations which are plant central with only a small amount of poultry production.  Education, both the passive element that the campground facilities provide and organized school group programs, along with value-added products produced in the 10 year old farmhouse kitchen are the principle businesses.  Spring greenhouse production is also ongoing.  Homestead level raising of meat, vegetables, and maple make use of a small amount of the land. Since the need is for partners instead of an outright purchase it will be important to set up a working relationship to discover the right fit between potential owners and the current landowner. The ideal co-owners will be able to purchase half the value of the farm and campground and also build a house to live in.   Please check out the farm website for more information about the business:  

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