Farm Stay


Pasture Raised Meats & Never Sprayed produce




We have on-farm sales hours 9 to 6 Fridays, 1:30 to 4 Saturdays, and by appointment for large orders - so stop in sometime! Map to find us is on the "Contact" page.

Quiet, rural setting, on a working farm

Market garden, laying hens, sheep, steers, pigs, & livestock guard dogs

Just 5 minutes from Interstate 40/85

Create your own meals using farm fresh seasonal fruits, vegetables, cheeses, eggs, & meats.

The Garden View Efficiency offers you the comforts of home with its full kitchen, private bath, and spacious deck.

  • Queen Bed
  • Pull-out Single Bed
  • Full Kitchen
  • Full Bath w/ Shower
  • Large Deck
  • Private Parking & Entrance

For availability and rates please visit our Airbnb web page.

From May through October, we offer tours every FIRST SUNDAY of each month at 1 pm for $8 per person. Reserve your spot!

We are happy to provide customized tours of our farm that focus on what is important to you and your group. Tours must be arranged in advanced and are $8 per person ($200 per group minimum), and last about 2 hours. Arrange a Custom Tour!

Fellow farmers and the public have a chance to see Fickle Creek from time to time through the various tours we offer on a regular basis.

  • Piedmont Farm Tour: The Carolina Farm Stewardship Association coordinates this annual tour of over 30 farms in Orange, Chatham, Alamance, & Caswell Counties. Most years it is the third weekend of April.
  • Tours for Children: Groups we have hosted C'est si Bon Cooking School (Chapel Hill), Central Park School for Children, Durham Academy, Durham YMCA, home schooling families, and local youth groups.
  • Tours for 4-H & FFA: Hoke County 4-H came to visit us the day WUNC-TV Weekend was on site filming.
  • University / College Tours: Classes that have come to Fickle Creek Farm to learn more about the practices we use include NCSU School of Veterinary Medicine, Central Carolina Community College Sustainable Farming Program, NC School of Science & Math, Meredith College, and Duke-Nicholas School for the Environment.