Visits by appointment only.
CAUTION: In winter and spring the small town roads can be icy or muddy: 4wd may be advisable. ALSO: GPS will almost certainly take you to the wrong end of a dead end road!! Follow these:
Take Exit 7 off 91 to 11 E towards Charlestown. Follow 11E for approx. 1.5 miles (crossing over bridge, past Fort No. 4 on the right) until you come to a T at Route 12. Turn R onto 12S for one tenth mile. Take first Left onto Fling Road. Bear R across the bridge and go straight across the next intersection onto Acworth Rd. Stay on Acworth Rd for 5.7 miles to Black North Rd. You will have passed a road on the R with a big sign for Bascom's (this is Luther Hill Road, but the road sign is missing), and gone up the hill less than half a mile to the next road on the Left (this is Black North Road but the road sign is missing). Look for the Dead End Sign (it says No GPS on it) and a "2GF" sign. If you get to Old Claremont Rd, turn around. Follow directions below.
From the East:
Take 9 W to 123 N to 10N to 123A-W.
123A is off of route 10 north of Marlow and south of Lempster. From the south, you'll turn Left onto 123 A. If you're coming from the north, you'll turn Right. In a few miles 123A takes you into South Acworth. Pass the South Acworth Village Store on the Left and turn Right onto Hill Rd just beyond. Hill Road takes you a couple miles up to Acworth, where you'll follow the main road to the Left onto Charlestown Road at the church. Continue on for another 2 miles. Pass Old Claremont Rd. on the Right. The next road on the right is Black North Rd (although the road sign is missing). Look for a sign that says '2GF'. If you pass a sign for Bascom's Maple Syrup at Luther Hill Road (this road sign may also be missing), turn around. Follow directions below.
Once on Black North Rd (look for the '2GF' signs!):
Go down the hill, back up the hill, and then bear Left at the Y. There is a '2GF' sign here, but no sign for Black North Rd or Quaker City Road. Continue on .6 miles and bear Right at the next Y (McWethy Rd. and Quaker City Road, also missing its road sign, but with a '2GF' sign on a tree). The farm is at the end of the road on the right about another .5 mile down. Follow the "2GF" yurt signs!