Pagett Farm - Hosts Pam Page & Don Barrett - 2986 Rt. 3 Palermo, ME 04354 - Phone 207-993-2500 -
Pagett Farm

Rates

Tent on the Pond:  Nightly rate $149.00 for 1–2 people, (tax included).  Includes a large organic breakfast. Rates for additional guests: Children 0-3 years free, 4-12 years $12.00, 13 years to adult $25.00.   Multiple night discounts as described below. 

Cozy Woods Yurt:  Nightly rate $164.00 for 1-2 people, (tax included).  Includes a large organic breakfast.  Rates for additional guests:  Children 0-3 years free, 4-12 years $12.00, 13 years to adult $25.00.  Multiple night discounts as described below. 

Multiple nights discounts:  For all units, stays of 3-4 nights get a 5% discount, stays of 5-6 nights, a 10% discount, 7+ nights, a 15% discount.

Honeymoon and Anniversary packages: Pagett Farm Tent and Breakfast is perfect for special romantic occasions. Breakfast served in your tent or yurt for additional privacy. Complimentary champagne and a dessert, fruit or cheese platter provided in the evening. Add $20.00 to the nightly rate.  Multiple night discounts apply.

A $100.00 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your space.  We accept personal checks, cash or money orders.  Please call or e-mail to make a reservation.

When to Visit

Maine has 4 wonderful seasons, each with its own beauty, special features and recreational opportunities. Farm life and activities vary with each season as well. Depending on your interests, be sure to bring suitable clothes and foot gear for the outdoors, especially if you would like to participate in farm activities.  Maine also has an abundance of colorful festivals, check our home page for what’s happening nearby.

Collecting maple sap
Spring: In March and April, we tap sugar maple trees and boil down the sap into maple syrup. Our migrant songbirds return with a flurry of activity and song.  The songs continue into the night with chorusing Wood Frogs and Spring Peeper frogs.  Garden seedlings sprout in our greenhouse, and the chickens and ducks really ramp up their egg production. Our geese and turkeys make their nests too and begin starting families.  Grunting squealing little piglets are born. Possible activities include: helping with maple syruping, planting and watering seedlings, preparing the gardens, helping tend the farm animals, collecting eggs, clearing brush, pruning trees, managing the compost pile, hiking, bird watching, bicycling, boating, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, touring/sightseeing, train rides, relaxing, reading, star-gazing,...


Summer: Maine's traditional tourist season, for good reason. Summer in Maine is simply glorious. The farm is in full gear, and mother nature is in full song.  Possible activities include: helping tend the farm animals, collecting eggs, tending the gardens, harvesting, berry picking, drying herbs, fruits and vegetables in the solar drier, managing the compost pile, hiking, bird watching, bicycling, swimming, boating, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, touring/sightseeing, train rides, relaxing, reading, star-gazing, evening campfires and s’mores,... Garden


Fall colors Fall: The grand finale, Maine has bright fall colors and the bugs are gone. It is the favorite time of year for many Mainers. Life is still very busy on the farm, as we harvest and prepare for winter.  Possible activities include: helping tend the farm animals, collecting eggs, harvesting, tending the gardens, drying herbs, fruits and vegetables in the solar drier, managing the compost pile, splitting and hauling firewood, leaf raking, picking apples, hiking, bird watching, bicycling, boating, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, touring/sightseeing, train rides, relaxing, reading, star-gazing, leaf-peeping, evening campfires and s’mores,..




Winter:  Winter is very beautiful, with plenty of opportunities for play. We have a nice ice-skating pond, as well as trails for snow-shoeing or cross-country skiing. The ice-fishing is excellent at nearby Lake St. George and Sheepscot lakes. Maine beaches are exquisite in winter and far less crowded than in summertime. Possible activities include: Helping with farm animals, collecting eggs, hauling firewood, hiking, snow-shoeing, cross-country skiing, bird watching, ice skating, ice fishing, playing in the snow, touring/sightseeing, relaxing, reading, star-gazing,...

Come enjoy the activities of the farm and the beauty of Maine as they change with each season.

Ice skating party

"One way to open your eyes is to ask yourself, 'what if I had never seen this before?
What if I would never see it again?'"
~ Rachel Carson
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