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Feather Down Farm at Kinnikinnick Farm

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skokie
Reviewed 9 September 2015

My family of two adults and two teenagers spent Labor Day weekend at Kinnikinnick Farm. It is hard for me to pick only a few things to talk about. We milked a goat, gathered eggs, picked tomatoes, fed the pigs and chickens. We joined our welcoming and thoughtful hosts Susan and David for a barbecue (where they paid special attention...

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Thank spejo
Reviewed 31 August 2015

There is nothing that compares to a few days at the farm. Susan and David are totally delightful and the experience is nothing that you can describe, outside of just saying FABULOUS! My grandchildren, who live in the heart of the city, only wish that they had permanent housing for them .It is a must for all families, so get...

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London
Reviewed 5 July 2015

We spent a wonderful time at the farm, David and Susan are great hosts; They offer a personal attention to each of their guest. The children absolutely loves to do the "chores ' twice a day with "farmer David". the pizza night is also a lot of fun, made with very good quality ingredients and a very tasty dough you...

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Thank LaurenceDB
Elmhurst, Illinois, United States
Reviewed 10 January 2014

We've been going to the farm since they first opened as a part of Feather Down Farms. It's become an annual summer trip or two. We feel like Susan and David are family, and that's what they do so well. You feel very welcomed. You need to go with the intent of just relaxing and getting a little dirty. One...

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2Thank Mary D
Chicago, Illinois
Reviewed 1 August 2012

This was our first visit to a featherdown branded farm, which apparently are all independent. Over this place was an A. Arriving we met Susan, the propriator along with her husband David. These folks are as good as they come. Susan was quick to make us feel welcome, give us a tour around the campsite and our tent. The tent...

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5Thank brewertraveler
Vista, California, United States
Reviewed 14 June 2012

My friend and I had such a wonderful time. This farm is beautiful! Susan and David are the best. They are so friendly and helpful and so willing to teach you! They felt like family the instant we arrived. We went too early in the season so we couldnt pick our own produce but it was so peaceful and relaxing....

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1Thank freakinhilarious
Morton Grove, Illinois
Reviewed 8 September 2011

We stayed at Kinnkinnick Farm for three nights and had an absolutely fabulous time. Farmers David and Susan were so hospitable and helpful - the entire farm was ours to explore. We were encouraged to go into the fields and pick veggies for consumption on our stay - from beets and tomatoes to basil. All delcious. Susan bakes fresh bread...

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4Thank Kate L
Den Bosch, The Netherlands
Reviewed 27 July 2011

David & Suzanne of the Kinnikinnick Farm made us feel right at home. After entering the US from Europe just 2 hours before we set foot on their land, we were welcomed by David and Suzanne. We quickly got acquainted with the farm and beautiful surroundings. This 117 acre farm provides all the space we needed, great views, goats, chickens,...

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4Thank MichelMBA
Chicago, Illinois
Reviewed 25 July 2011

I was staying at Kinnikinnick Farm with 3 friends and it was just one of the best short-break holidays I have ever experienced! Living in the city with a busy job, Feather Down gave me the opportunity to really hit the breaks and to slow down. I came back so refreshed. No need for saunas, spas or any other luxurious...

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2Thank jvanhaaster
Chicago, Illinois
Reviewed 20 July 2011

The idea of staying in a tent that has no electricity and no light and that too situated in the middle of nowhere was definitely not my type of place especially when it comes to choosing a short getaway trip with my friends and family. But boy – was I blown away with the experience I had at “Feather Down...

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  • Free Parking
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  • Wheelchair Access
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  • Kitchenette
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  • Free Parking
  • Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Feather Down tents are spacious 484 square feet designed to accommodate up to 6 people. The tents come with a kitchen, cooking stove, flushing toilet, dining area and three sleeping quarters.At the farm, life follows the rhythm of the seasons so there is always something to do. Guest participation can vary from just watching to rolling up sleeves and helping with harvesting crops, tending the farm’s garden, feeding animals, or simply gathering eggs. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Feather Down Farm at Kinnikinnick Farm

Address: 21123 Grade School Rd, Caledonia, IL 61011-9582
Region: United States > Illinois > Caledonia
Price Range: $249 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 30
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