1926 Route 103, Wakefield, E7M 1A9, New Brunswick, CanadaVisit the website See on the map
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Lone Pine Farms is nestled in the heart of the beautiful Saint John River valley. Located at Wakefield, New Brunswick, we are roughly an hour north of Fredericton and just 10 minutes from the world's longest covered bridge in Hartland.
We are a mixed farm approximately 35 acres, specializing in market gardening and breeding purebred Nubian goats. We also make and sell pure goat's milk soap, lotions, laundry soap and other goat milk products.
At Lone Pine Farms, we believe that simple is sometimes better. Our soaps are all made from our tried and tested recipe, and we always make small batches, to ensure that quality meets our standards and lives up to what our customers have come to expect. We also make personalized soap for weddings, anniversary parties, baby showers, graduation or any event you may be holding. We also have 2 oz bottles of lotion that show a personalized label.
Service in English.
Welcome to all Terego RV travellers!
Overnight RV Parking and Travel Information : To get to the farm, you have to go down a small hard and well maintained gravel road for about 150m. The larger RVs park on the grass at the top of the private gravel road leading to the farm. Smaller RVs can park on the lawn near the house and shop. Another option is on the way to the stall, where there is more privacy. Levelers may be required as the ground is uneven.
Pets are allowed on the parking if held in the leash
Maximum arrival hours: 17:00 h
|Location name||Length||Ground type||Availability|
|RV Parking 1||up to 35'||Gravel/Sand|
|RV Parking 2||up to 27'||Grass|
|RV Parking 3||up to 27'||Grass|
|Location name||RV Parking 1|
|Length||up to 35'|
|Location name||RV Parking 2|
|Length||up to 27'|
|Location name||RV Parking 3|
|Length||up to 27'|
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