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Farm Vacation in Wisconsin: Rainbow Ridge Farms

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Are you tired of trying to talk to your friends, kids and grandkids only to find their faces buried in a smart phone? Well my friends, you are definitely not alone! Summer is here and it's time to unplug and connect to nature and each other. What better way to do it than to head to a wonderful farm up in Wisconsin and do yoga with the goats – yes, I said Goat Yoga – classes offered June 17 through August 19 – yoga mats and goats provided.

Farm Vacation in Wisconsin: Rainbow Ridge Farms

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Are you tired of trying to talk to your friends, kids and grandkids only to find their faces buried in a smart phone? Well my friends, you are definitely not alone! Summer is here and it's time to unplug and connect to nature and each other. What better way to do it than to head to a wonderful farm up in Wisconsin and do yoga with the goats – yes, I said Goat Yoga – classes offered June 17 through August 19 – yoga mats and goats provided.

 

 

Rainbow Ridge Farms is a working farm about 2 hours from Madison. It caters to both adults and children with hands-on educational classes on working with the animals and living the farm life. They have ducks, llamas, sheep, pigs, goats and turkeys as well as cows and bees for beekeeping. What better way to bring the entire family together than to bond with animals and nature?

 

 

You can stay in their 1880s Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast. You get a free breakfast daily with fresh eggs that you may have helped them collect, along with homemade jams, fresh honey and lots of other goodies like pancakes and fresh fruit.

 

 

The rooms are basic with no TV ( you're on a farm for pete sake!) They do offer a Guest Comfort Station that provides a Keurig coffee maker, small fridge and a microwave. There is free parking and free WiFi (if you must have a peek at your phone).

 

 

You can take a hike with the goats and also feed and milk them – use your phone to take a picture of the grandkids doing that activity – what a wonderful memory!

 

 

You are also in a great location for nearby activities. There are breweries, wineries, biking, kayaking, paddle boarding and fishing. This farm is open year round, so in the fall you can go pumpkin picking and in the winter there is snowshoeing, downhill skiing and cross country skiing.

 

 

This is a wonderful place for the entire family – a great multigenerational vacation! Plus where else can you do Goat Yoga? Check Them Out!

 

 

www.rainbowridgefarms.com

 

 

3 stars for accommodations

5 stars for the experience

 

May 20, 2017

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