Camps Road Farm

33 Camps Road, Kent, CT 06757

12 acres available for farming

Camps Road Farm

  • 33 Camps Road, Kent, CT 06757

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The Land

Is the farm currently in operation?


Type of Property Poster

Other private organization

Type of Farm Operation

  • Livestock
  • Field crops
  • Specialty crops
  • Other

Farming Practices

  • Organic (not certified)
  • Sustainable

Water Sources

  • Drilled well
  • Pond


Lots of water, wetland, and pasture areas. Topsoil over glacial silt.

Tenure Arrangement

  • Short term lease
  • Long term lease
  • Partnership

Are there any other current leases, partnerships, or arrangements on your property?

There is a house available for rent. Kent Falls Brewing Company is also located on the property and is interested in cooperating with the farm to support retail sales, composting, and events. The Cozy Inn of Connecticut, a small bed and breakfast, is also on the property.

Is the farm presently listed with a realtor?


Additional Information

Other Farm Amenities

  • Access to electricity
  • Access to water (irrigation)
  • Cooler (for produce storage)
  • Fencing
  • Living space for farmer
  • Other facilities available
  • Parking space for farmer
  • Space for heated hoophouse
  • Storage shed (enclosed)

Farm Infrastructure

  • Equipment
  • Farm buildings
  • Housing

Is the farm land protected under any conservation easements or other programs?


Have you applied for a restoration grant for the property?



I am looking for a part-time or full-time farmer interested in creating a working farm and homesteading operation in conjunction with the brewery on site.  The property has approximately 12-15 acres of available land and another 15 acres of forest.  2-3 acres are suitable for vegetables, with the remainder suitable for pasture.  There is additional acreage more suitable for hay and similar crops next door.  The farm has done a mix of pastured pork, pastured chicken, various vegetable crops, hops, and other social farming over the years.

There is a small greenhouse that was damaged but could be repaired and reskinned with associated infrastructure.  The farm has a tractor with various implements and receives organic waste (spent grain) from the brewery, which also rents on the property.  There is a mobile chicken coop, a shipping-container pair of workshops, and other small infrastructure on the farm, but no large barn.